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DeMarini’s Voodoo is the longest-running line of bats for DeMarini. Since 2011, the bat has come in many shapes and sizes but stays true to the hot out of the wrapper aluminum barrel. Although it hasn’t changed much over the years, it still serves as one of the most popular BBCOR, USSSA and USA bats on the market and more often than not is ranked among the best.

DeMarini Voodoo

2021 DeMarini Voodoo One

$299.95
(8.7)

The 2021 Voodoo One is very popular due to some online YouTube publicity. However, the bat is the same version as it has been for the last few years. Our general rating is higher this year than in years past because part of our rating is based on consumer demand. And the demand for the 2021 Voodoo is way beyond its predecessors despite being the same bat. Such is life in the world of bat hype.

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2020 DeMarini Voodoo

$349.95
(9.2)

2020 DeMarini Voodoo Review: Best Hybrid. Proven. The DeMarini Voodoo has long been one of our favorite bats. Last year it was our favorite USA Bat. We contend there, as we will here, that a hot out of the wrapper USA performing bat with a CF like connective feel is a perfect fit for the USA player. In BBCOR the Voodoo is our favorite hybrid bat with a top end exit speeds regardless of price or design. The only lackluster Voodoo is in USSSA which is overshadowed by its more expensive CF kin. Our Score: 9.9/10 (BBCOR); 9.9/10 (USA); 8.0 (USSSA).

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2020 DeMarini Voodoo One

$249.95
(8.1)

Cage and game hitting and exit speeds and direct player feedback compromise this 2020 DeMarini Voodoo Review. The bat is considered a light swinging, entry-level performance baseball bat in the single-piece aluminum space. The Voodoo One, not to be confused with the hybrid Voodoo Balanced, comes in BBCOR, USA, and USSSA. Players looking for a value deal or big and strong players that want a very light swing in a stiff bat will like the 2020 DeMarini Voodoo One. The USA bat is a real bright spot, the BBCOR version is average, and the USSSA bat is avoidable.

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2019 DeMarini Voodoo Balanced

$299.95
(9.2)

Not much has changed on the 2019 DeMarini Voodoo Balanced. It’s still a two-piece hybrid bat with a reasonably balanced swing, good barrel profile, and relativity stiffer feel than the two-piece composite world. The bat is very popular and difficult to find but everyone who has ever had the bat loves it. There is another version of this bat that has a heavier swing and a very stiff feel called the DeMarini Voodoo Loaded.

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2019 DeMarini Voodoo One

$199
(8.1)

Not much has changed on the 2019 Voodoo One. It comes in a number of sizes, sits in the value space, and delivers a decent value buy for the single-piece aluminum baseball player. Hitters who like it prefer the stiff feel and light swing. The barrel size is decent and the feel on mishits is manageable. The bat has not changed for several years and if you can find this one at a discount then be all over it.

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2018 DeMarini Voodoo Balanced

$349
(9.2)

We hit the 2018 Voodoo Balanced a lot. We also compared it to some of the greats. In the end, we found the 2018 Voodoo can hold its own compared to any BBCOR bat in the space. They’ve met the BBCOR limit and the bat, in the right hands, can sing. The 2018 Voodoo also has a loaded version that looks just about like the balanced version other than the word Insane on the barrel.

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2018 DeMarini Voodoo Insane

$349
(8.5)

After a couple of games, several hours in the cage, reading direct user reviews, discussing the bat with the manufacturer and major vendors we put together the following review on the 2018 DeMarini Voodoo Insane. Although the bat does come with a larger barrel then the Balanced Voodoo or One, the added end weight is a real hindrance to smaller hitters. If, then, you are stronger hitter looking for a hybrid bat then we are confident you’ll be happy with the 2018 Demarini Voodoo Insane.

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2018 DeMarini Voodoo One

$249.95
(8.1)

We have now spent considerable time both in the cage and during games with the 2018 DeMarini Voodoo One balanced. It is a light swinging version of the older Voodoo Insane and does really well against a bat like the Rawlings VELO.

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2017 DeMarini Voodoo Insane

$350
(8.5)

We have a week’s worth of cage hitting with the 2017 DeMarini Voodoo Insane. We’ve also exchanged emails with DeMarini discussing the upgrades and performance of this new bat. The bat is an endloaded hybrid with a great feel, big barrel, and top-end performance. This is made for good to big-sized hitters and is reminiscent of the new The Goods that people pay twice the price for.

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2017 DeMarini Voodoo

$350
(9.2)

We hit with the 2017 DeMarini Voodoo Balanced in both BBCOR and big barrel sizing and gathered feedback from several different hitters. We also spent considerable time reviewing previous versions of the Voodoo and NVS Vexxum, which are, we argue, predecessors to the DeMarini Voodoo Balanced. Added to our extensive knowledge of performance baseball bats and the several hundred reviews we’ve written on this site collectively, this 2017 Voodoo DeMarini Voodoo Balanced review comes on the heels of thousands of hours of research and testing.

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2017 DeMarini Voodoo One

$199
(8.1)

After 2 hours in the cage and on the tee with the DeMarini Voodoo One, we review thoughts. The One should be considered the 2017 version of the 2016 Insane bat. You will recall that bat was a single piece aluminum bat with a moderately sized barrel and a swing weight for big hitters.

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2016 DeMarini Voodoo Raw

$299.95
(8.8)

For several years DeMarini has created a beast of a bat in the Voodoo line, and many expect DeMarini to do it again this year. Hence the excitement for a wildly popular model that, year in and year out, has lived up to high expectations (if not outpaced them).

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2015 DeMarini Voodoo Overlord FT

$349.95
(8.8)

Ever since Bryce Harper, at the age of 16, used the DeMarini VooDoo to smash a 502-foot home run at Tropicana, the two piece hybrid Voodoo bat has been, to say the least, a popular choice.

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