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Birdman Bat Reviews

By Bat Digest | Last Updated December 7, 2020

Birdman Bats is a fresh bat company with a great take on a century-old product. They remind us of Warstic several years back when people just started to notice their look, design, and commitment to quality bats. As well, they are now on the MLB circuit approval. These are a favorite “newcomers” of the year in the wood bat space.

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2021 Birdman Bats Private Stock BM110 Review

Overall Private Stock BM110 Line Review

Our hitters love the pro-quality of Birdman bats. They also love the ridiculousness (and we use that word lovingly) of the logo. We hit both a birch and maple version of Private Stock and, compared to any other brand we hit, including all the major ones, kept going back to the quality, feel, look, and love of our Birdman bats.

Overall Private Stock BM110 Line Grade
Player Feedback (30%)
Performance (30%)
Relevance (20%)
Demand (15%)
Tech Specs (5%)
Total Weighted Rating 8.8/10 Total Weighted Rating 8.8/10

2021 Birdman Bats Private Stock BM110 Review

Overall Private Stock BM110 Line Review

Player Feedback (30%)
Performance (30%)
Relevance (20%)
Demand (15%)
Tech Specs (5%)
Total Weighted Rating 8.8/10 Total Weighted Rating 8.8/10

Our hitters love the pro-quality of Birdman bats. They also love the ridiculousness (and we use that word lovingly) of the logo. We hit both a birch and maple version of Private Stock and, compared to any other brand we hit, including all the major ones, kept going back to the quality, feel, look, and love of our Birdman bats.

2021 Birdman Bats Private Stock BM110 Model Tips

If you’re new to the wood bat game and want a real crash course in the world of professional-level wood bats, we suggest a Birch model. In years past, guys like Jeter and Rose loved Birch. It really wasn’t until recently, and Barry Bonds with Sam Bats, where lots of guys swear by Maple and, no doubt, they swing stiffer with more feedback. But, in terms of pure feel, feedback, and balance, we think the Birch makes sense for most novices. Those who have hit wood for a while and know what they might like the Maple a bit more. It’s a harder feeling wood with a bit of a different sound.

2021 Birdman Bats Private Stock BM110 Review

The turn model of a wood bat is what determines its swing weight. So, if you need more swing weight look for one with a smaller barrel profile, longer taper in a Birch bat. If you want more weight, check a thicker barrel, faster taper, and Maple stick.

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2021 Birdman Bats Private Stock BM110 Deep Dive Review

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