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9+ Best Youth Baseball Bats we Hit the Farthest [2021 Updates]

Updated March 12, 2021

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The best youth bat depends on the league in which you play. For USA, we like the ADV drop 11. In USSSA, we like the CAT 9 Connect for 2021. However, there are plenty of other solid options at different price points.

 

After hitting with every USSSA and USA bat for 2021, comparing that data (mostly HitTrax) to 2020, 2019, and 2018 data, we think the ADV 360 Drop 11 in USA and the Marucci CAT 9 Connect in USSSA are the best youth baseball bats on the market today, regardless of price. Those looking for a deal (and who isn’t) should check the 2019 Solo in USA and in USSSA the best value is an eBay search for an older 2018 Easton Ghost X. Many variables are at play for the best youth bat, we intend to cover all of them here.

Updated March 12, 2021

We updated our list with all the 2021 bats data we’ve collected. We don’t expect much to change in our rankings unless certain bats come back with durability or illegality issues.

1. 2021 Marucci CAT 9 Connect

Player Feedback (30%)
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Tech Specs (5%)
Total Weighted Rating 10/10 Total Weighted Rating 10/10
Specs

Certification: USSSA

Sizes: 28/18, 29/19, 30/20, 31/21

Barrel Size: 2 3/4

Drop: 10

Swing Weight: Balanced (Within +/- 5% of Industry Average)

Serial Number: MSBCC910

Original Price: $299.99

Release Month: October 2020

Best USSSA Bat - 2021

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2021 Marucci CAT 9 Connect

$299.99

Original Price

For as long as we’ve been reviewing bats (2014) we’ve never chosen a best USSSA bat that was anything but the CF. But, the CAT 9 Connect just blew us away. We love the bat’s feel, barrel size, durability, price point, and performance. Player feedback is also top-shelf stuff. We have nothing bad to say about this bat and feel like it matches the CF stride for stride in performance and feel and then passes it up in durability and price.

2. 2020 DeMarini CF

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Total Weighted Rating 10/10 Total Weighted Rating 10/10
Specs

Certification: USSSA

Sizes: 28/18, 29/19, 30/20, 31/21, 32/22

Barrel Size: 2 3/4

Drop: 10

Swing Weight: Balanced (Within +/- 5% of Industry Average)

Serial Number: WTDXCBZ-20

Original Price: $349.95

Release Month: October 2019

Best USSSA Bat - 2020

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2020 DeMarini CF

$349.95

Original Price

The 2020 CF is a legend. The bat hasn’t changed much over the last few years after its retooling in the 2017 version (to be made legal). But, it still has a huge barrel, light swing weight, and feels great on hits and mishits. We’ve never seen a kid hit with the CF and think anything other than this bat was legit and one of the best, if not the best, in the bunch.

We like the CF even better in a drop 8, bu the drop 10 is where 9 through 11 year old legends are made.

3. 2021 DeMarini CF

Player Feedback (30%)
Performance (30%)
Relevance (20%)
Demand (15%)
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Total Weighted Rating 10/10 Total Weighted Rating 10/10
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Certification: USSSA

Sizes: 30/25, 31/26, 32/27, 33/28

Barrel Size: 2 5/8

Drop: 5

Swing Weight: Balanced (Within +/- 5% of Industry Average)

Serial Number: WTDXCB521

Original Price: $349.95

Release Month: November 2020

Best Drop 5 Bat

USSSA
2021 DeMarini CF

$349.95

Original Price

Spend a few minutes at any serious game where drop 5 bats are used, and DeMarini’s CF will be spotted. If not an older version like the very popular 2017, then this new version in the 2021. The bat has a massive barrel, a huge sweet spot, a fantastic feel, and, according to most, the best performance in the game. The drop 5 doesn’t have nearly the durability issues of the drop 10 so, if you can swing it, you should be swinging it.

Its major disadvantages are its price and the fact other USSSA bats (like the CAT 9 Connect) are legit too. As well, it isn’t the stiffest bat out there, so if you want more stiffness in your drop 5 bat, then look at a Mizuno Hot Metal or CAT 9.

4. 2019 DeMarini CF Zen

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

Certification: USSSA

Sizes: 28/18, 29/19, 30/20, 31/21, 32/22

Barrel Size: 2 5/8

Drop: 10

Swing Weight: Balance - (Between 5 and 10% lower than Industry Average).

Serial Number: WTDXCBZ 2131-19

Original Price: $349.95

Release Month: October 2017

Best USSSA Bat - 2019

USSSA
2019 DeMarini CF Zen

$349.95

Original Price

Aside from its durability (or lack thereof), the 2019 DeMarini CF Zen in a drop 10 is all anyone could ever hope for. The bat has a great sweet spot, feels fantastic on every hit, and was the most popular 2019 USSSA bat for a reason. Despite the problems, the 2017 through 2018 version had with certification (some got banned), people still flock to this bat.

Note, for sure, the bat still suffers from durability issues. If you are going to buy it, we suggest you either get a terrific deal on a used one or find one from a vendor who can make sure you have a warranty.

As a colorway, DeMarini also released a “Black” version of this exact bat. It is not any different than the other 2019 other than the paint job.

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9+ Best Youth Baseball Bats we Hit the Farthest [2021 Updates]

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2021 Marucci CAT 9 Connect

Best USSSA Bat - 2021
CAT 9 Connect Ratings
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Why We Love the 2021 CAT 9 Connect

For as long as we’ve been reviewing bats (2014) we’ve never chosen a best USSSA bat that was anything but the CF. But, the CAT 9 Connect just blew us away. We love the bat’s feel, barrel size, durability, price point, and performance. Player feedback is also top-shelf stuff. We have nothing bad to say about this bat and feel like it matches the CF stride for stride in performance and feel and then passes it up in durability and price.

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Specs

Certification: USSSA

Barrel Size: 2 3/4

Sizes: 28/18, 29/19, 30/20, 31/21

Barrel Size: 2 3/4

Drop: 10

Serial Number: MSBCC910

Release Month: October 2020

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2020 DeMarini CF

Best USSSA Bat - 2020
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Why We Love the 2020 CF

The 2020 CF is a legend. The bat hasn’t changed much over the last few years after its retooling in the 2017 version (to be made legal). But, it still has a huge barrel, light swing weight, and feels great on hits and mishits. We’ve never seen a kid hit with the CF and think anything other than this bat was legit and one of the best, if not the best, in the bunch.

We like the CF even better in a drop 8, bu the drop 10 is where 9 through 11 year old legends are made.

Price Checks
Specs

Certification: USSSA

Barrel Size: 2 3/4

Sizes: 28/18, 29/19, 30/20, 31/21, 32/22

Barrel Size: 2 3/4

Drop: 10

Serial Number: WTDXCBZ-20

Release Month: October 2019

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2021 DeMarini CF

Best Drop 5 Bat
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Why We Love the 2021 CF

Spend a few minutes at any serious game where drop 5 bats are used, and DeMarini’s CF will be spotted. If not an older version like the very popular 2017, then this new version in the 2021. The bat has a massive barrel, a huge sweet spot, a fantastic feel, and, according to most, the best performance in the game. The drop 5 doesn’t have nearly the durability issues of the drop 10 so, if you can swing it, you should be swinging it.

Its major disadvantages are its price and the fact other USSSA bats (like the CAT 9 Connect) are legit too. As well, it isn’t the stiffest bat out there, so if you want more stiffness in your drop 5 bat, then look at a Mizuno Hot Metal or CAT 9.

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Specs

Certification: USSSA

Barrel Size: 2 5/8

Sizes: 30/25, 31/26, 32/27, 33/28

Barrel Size: 2 5/8

Drop: 5

Serial Number: WTDXCB521

Release Month: November 2020

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2019 DeMarini CF Zen

Best USSSA Bat - 2019
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Why We Love the 2019 CF Zen

Aside from its durability (or lack thereof), the 2019 DeMarini CF Zen in a drop 10 is all anyone could ever hope for. The bat has a great sweet spot, feels fantastic on every hit, and was the most popular 2019 USSSA bat for a reason. Despite the problems, the 2017 through 2018 version had with certification (some got banned), people still flock to this bat.

Note, for sure, the bat still suffers from durability issues. If you are going to buy it, we suggest you either get a terrific deal on a used one or find one from a vendor who can make sure you have a warranty.

As a colorway, DeMarini also released a “Black” version of this exact bat. It is not any different than the other 2019 other than the paint job.

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Specs

Certification: USSSA

Barrel Size: 2 5/8

Sizes: 28/18, 29/19, 30/20, 31/21, 32/22

Barrel Size: 2 5/8

Drop: 10

Serial Number: WTDXCBZ 2131-19

Release Month: October 2017

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2019 Louisville Slugger Solo

Best Cheap USA Bat
Solo Ratings
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Why We Love the 2019 Solo

At the time, the 2019 (and 2018) Louisville Slugger Solo were rock stars. The bats were one of the very few bright spots in the uncharted world of USA bats. The 2018 version was sold out at most places most of the time. They made a lot more of the 2019 version and, at least at the time of this writing, the 619 Solo can be found in lots of places for ridiculous prices.

Don’t be scared off because the bat is a drop 11. Swing weights were all over the place in 2018/19 for USA bats and this thing swings like a drop 10. It’s the perfect bat for that entry-level or new travel ball-playing USA kid who doesn’t want to spend a fortune on a bat. The fact you can find these for well under $100 in today’s market is bonkers.

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Specs

Certification: USA

Barrel Size: 2 5/8

Sizes: 28/17, 29/18, 30/19, 31/20, 32/21

Barrel Size: 2 5/8

Drop: 11

Serial Number:

Release Month: October 2018

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2021 DeMarini CF

Best Full Composite Youth Baseball Bat - 2021
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Why We Love the 2021 CF

If you chose the 2021 DeMarini CF as your favorite bat youth bat, you are in fantastic company. Hitters love the CF in a drop 10, and by all measures it is legendary. The bat has a massive barrel, great light swing, and gives the perception of serious pop on just about every swing. The 2021 Demarini CF is the same as the 2019 and 2020 version of the bat, so still suffers from durability issues—although much less than the CF from 2015 to 2017. If it were not for the durability, it’s no holds bar price and the fact composite appears to be a bit less dominant among youth players in 2021 (no reason, just preference), then the CF would be our favorite.

In fact, it probably is our favorite; we’ve just been awarding it, so the last 5 years so are biased towards a change.

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Specs

Certification: USSSA

Barrel Size: 2 3/4

Sizes: 28/18, 29/19, 30/20, 31/21, 32/22

Barrel Size: 2 3/4

Drop: 10

Serial Number: WTDXCB721

Release Month: November 2020

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2018 Easton Ghost X

Best Cheap USSSA Bat
Ghost X Ratings
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Why We Love the 2018 Ghost X

If you want a legit USSSA bat with great performance at a serious discount, then Easton’s Ghost X from 2018 should treat you well enough. At the time of this writing, we found it well under $100 on Amazon and eBay. The bat was great in its prime, but it was overshadowed (as most were) by the USSSA CF Zen. Aside from the CAT 7 at the time, the 2018 Ghost X from Easton was the next most popular USSSA bat for a reason.

We like the drop 5 with a 2 3/4 barrel profile the most. However, the drop 10 version pictured here is plenty good. Note, there is also a white version that is a 2 5/8 if your league requires that. Some even like that better than the 2 3/4.

We know many players want the latest and greatest. Fair enough. We like those bats too. But, if it comes down to a question of economics, you won’t miss out on a single inch of carrying distance, and you’ll save yourself a few hundred bucks, by tracking down the best cheap USSSA bat in the 2018 Easton Ghost X.

(Just so we are clear, this is not the Ghost X Hyperlite. We are not big fans of that bat. If you want/need a lighter swing then sized down an inch in the Ghost X).

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Specs

Certification: USSSA

Barrel Size: 2 3/4

Sizes: 28/18, 29/19, 30/20, 31/21, 32/22

Barrel Size: 2 3/4

Drop: 10

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2021 Easton ADV 360

Best USA Bat 2021
ADV 360 Ratings
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Why We Love the 2021 ADV 360

The Easton ADV drop 11 is was our favorite (#1) USA bat for 2021. However, we’ve had enough feedback about its durability that we are taking a breather from recommending it outright.

We’ve warned that it had durability concerns and that it reminds us a lot of the CF series from DeMarini in USSSA—where the bat can hit rockets but it really might not last a season.

We’re still a thumbs up for purchasing it, but PLEASE purchase it from a verified retailer to assure your warranty is intact.

All USA bats struggle in the exit speed department. But, in terms of the feel the USA ADV 360 drop 11 feels as good as a bat like the CF in USSSA. Most hitters don’t notice a difference between the USA ADV and a good two-piece USSSA bat.

As well, the drop 11 version of the ADV is just better than the drop 10. We aren’t exactly why other than they do use a different composite in the drop 11 compared to the drop 10.

Although expensive, we are fans of the drop 11 ADV and think it the best USA bat for 2021.

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Specs

Certification: USA

Barrel Size: 2 5/8

Sizes: 27/16, 28/17, 29/18, 30/19, 31/20

Barrel Size: 2 5/8

Drop: 11

Serial Number: YBB21ADV11

Release Month: November 2020

The Research

Best Youth Bats Ever

9 Best Youth Baseball Bats Ever

1. Best Ever: BZ1-C Sc500 Easton Redline Drop 5

Some may argue over this as the first pick. Still, if the order of the top 9 best youth baseball bats is decided on secondary market value, then the Redline ZCore with the now-famous SC500 aluminum/scandium alloy—is the winner. The bat appreciates in value, and now, after over ten years on the market, only used models can be found. They price well over $500, and often well into the $600 range. It’s a drop 5 or drop 8 and an adult/middle school bat. The Easton SC500 is a full aluminum single-piece bomb-dropping fool. The bat is, as you can imagine, banned in high-school and NCAA. The drop 5, we submit, is the best bat on the planet. The Drop 5 CF is the only bat we can find that appreciates. It has become the Michael Jordan Rookie Card of little league baseball bats–often fetching well into the thousands of dollars for used bats. It is, at least these days, challenging to find. Even eBay searches like this often turn up nothing. They are said to last forever (at least by those trying to sell them), have a pop that would impress your grandmother, and for those willing to get out a small bank loan to purchase a little league bat, will hit your favorite pitch somewhere into the Pacific Ocean.

2. Best 2 1/4 Youth Bat EVER: 2014 Easton MAKO Youth

In the last decade, no bat has changed the game like the Easton MAKO in the 2 1/4 youth barrel. Easton dominated the BPF 1.15 space in the 2 1/4 barrel in 2014, and many argue, they still do today. The Orange MAKO was a man among boys 18 months before other bats began to close the gap. Other bats have arguably caught up to the 2014 MAKO’s impressiveness. But, at the time, the MAKO was the best youth barrel bat on the market—and it wasn’t even close.

3. Best Big Barrel EVER: CF Zen Drop 8 2 3/4

The CF8 2 3/4 Drop 10 is a tough bat to find—and there is a reason for that. The CF8 from 2016 is the best big barrel bat somewhat readily available on the market today. Yet even despite the ridiculous price points on the bat, people willing to spend that much may not be crazy. Durability has always been a serious concern with the drop 10 CF8, but the bat flat out rakes. A good substitute for the drop 10 CF8 may be the new CF Zen. We discuss that more below.

4. Best Aluminum Barrel EVER:  2006/2007 Anderson Techzilla

The original version of the Anderson Techzilla circa 2006 and 2007  was (and is) a valid bomb dropper. A double-walled two-piece 2 1/4 alloy bat with enough pop to make a sailor blush, but this bat squarely in the top 9 best youth baseball bats ever. You can still buy them used for around $200, and we suggest, like the Combat B1 and B2 above, it’s worth every penny. This bat swings like a hot knife through butter, and if the game was on the line and we were at the plate with two outs and the bases loaded, there are few other friends we’d want in our grip than this sweet swinging lady with a punch like Ali. The Techzilla makes a bad hitter good, a good hitter tremendous, and a great hitter the king of the league. The only problem is the bat is not legal in very many leagues anymore. But, if you happen to be in one, and like the feel of dynamite in your hands, then figure out a way to get this bad boy.

5. Best Drop 5 EVER: 2015 DeMarini CF7 Drop 5

The 2015 Drop 5 DeMarini CF7 is an amazing stick. Once you hit with you, you can’t stop thinking about it. It is the perfect combination of balance and power. In terms of the best drop 5 bat that is somewhat readily available on the market today, this is our choice. If you’d like some cheaper and more readily available options, then you will like our best drop 5 bats article. The drop 5 CF7 is smooth on contact. Butter-like drives in the gaps is one-hopped to the wall. Hanging a ball in the zone and the bat nearly crackles at the ball before driving it into the stratosphere. The bat has a middle-range balance point on the barrel and is an earth-shattering blast at full contact. It’s hard to miss with its overextended barrel. Since it is not held back by BBCOR standards, we think it’s the biggest hitting baseball bat you can still buy new in wrapper today. The drop 5 CF7 is an unashamed grizzly bear bat made to destroy baseballs, home run records, and pitchers’ confidence.

6. Best Drop 8 EVER: Marucci CAT 7

We have hit with drop 8 bats more than any other line or niche of bats. Many, including the CF ZEN and Beast, are fantastic. But the Marucci CAT 7, with its single-piece feel and beautiful ping pop, is our favorite. We have yet to find a player that can swing a drop 8 correctly who does not just love the bat. The CAT 7 comes in several other sizes too. The BBCOR is also one of our favorites, and so is the drop 10 JBB version. But, the drop 8, tops our list of best drop 8 baseball bats. We also love the CAT 7 because the price point is at least a little more manageable than other top-tiered bats. Those who swing the CAT 7 drop 8 will never go back.

7. Best Drop 10 EVER: DeMarini CF Zen

For much the same reason, the CF8 is our best overall big barrel bat; the CF Zen is our specific drop 10 winners. The 2 5/8 version of the Zen is outlawed in USSSA in the drop 8 versions. As well, the 2 3/4 drop 10 CF Zen is not legal there. Somehow, the drop 10 CF Zen passed the test. And, it turns out, the bat is an absolute ball killer. We have an entire article discussing the best drop 10 bats. You may find those helpful if you are not up for spending the money required to acquire the CF Zen. But if the total cost is not an object, the CF Zen is the best drop 10 on the market.

8. Best Drop 12 Bat EVER: 2017 Rawlings VELO Composite

Rawlings makes a version of the VELO called the VELO composite. This bat is a two-piece composite bat and built much differently than the traditional single-piece hybrid VELO. But, the drop 12 is a fantastic bat for the kid looking for as much bat control and speed as possible with a reasonable and over-sized barrel. There are a handful of good drop 12 bats. Our best drop 12 bat article sums them up nicely. So, if you are looking for more options and price points, head over there. On the whole, we would take the VELO for its ultra-light drop 12 swing and legitimate price point over just about any bat in that specific class.

9. Best Youth Wood Bat EVER: Marucci AP5

It is difficult, at best, to narrow down the best youth wood baseball bats. This difficulty stems from the fact that no bat company has a patent on maple or ash trees. As such, just about anyone can buy a high-quality wood billet from a major supplier and then put it on their lathe. Some minutes later, boom, you’ll have beautiful ash or maple bats. That said, we do have an affinity for the AP5 from Marucci. At the pro level, it is one of the most popular turn patterns. The maple is as good as you can get anywhere. The brand name that stands behind it is the most popular MLB bat. In other words, it is tough to go wrong with a youth wood AP5 from Marucci.

Consumer Votes on Youth Bats

We asked over 2,000 of our readers their thoughts on the best youth bats. We document the responses in the chart below. Under the USA and USSSA sections, you can see most users use (1) Demarini and (2) Marucci in USSSA. For USA, the race is close, but Slugger, DeMarini, and Easton own a pretty similar market share.

The outer ring of the chart below measures what brand owners (inner circle) think is the best youth bat (outer ring). For example, Marucci USSSA owners think Marucci is best (not surprising). But, you’ll also notice, several Marucci USSSA owners think DeMarini is the best USSSA baseball bat (maybe unexpected).

Best Youth Baseball Bats

 

How to Get the Best Bat

We spend considerable time using the bats we review on this site. We are not, as so many are, merely parroting lists from Amazon or other major vendors’ bestsellers lists. Our reviews take on serious research by players and parents. Often, we discuss our findings with significant vendors and several manufacturers. Throughout that process, bats in each category tend to rise to the top of the lists. That said, we are the first to admit that our recommendations are not foolproof. Indeed, the best for most is not the best bat for all. We are hopeful our insights are one piece of the puzzle for you in determining the best youth baseball bat.

Youth Bats vs Little League Bats

We should blame the industry for the confusion. There is an entire swath of young players that play youth baseball in Little League organized leagues. Notice the capital L’s. Those leagues put their own set of requirements on the bats. Including, for example, a 2 1/4 inch max barrel diameter. But, there is also an even more significant swath of players that we call Youth players. But, they do not play in leagues affiliated with Little League. As such, the youth bats they use are not the same as the youth bats Little League uses. 2 1/4 baseball bats are called Youth Bats. But, 2 5/8 or 2 3/4 barrel bats are called Youth Big Barrel Bats. It is confusing. But, in the end, Youth Bats and Little League bats are not always the same.

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2 years ago

hey, had a question. Regarding -5 bats… on this page you suggested the CF7 is best ever, but on the -5 page, someone said the 2017 CF Zen is the best option. Hoping you might be able to clarify.

Brian
Brian
3 months ago

My son may be approaching a transitional point with bat sizing and am looking for advice. He plays travel baseball, USSSA. He turned 10 this past November. He is 5 ft tall without shoes and 95 lbs. He bats in the 4/5 spot and hits the ball very hard. He has been using a 30 inch bat for the past year or so. I’m wondering if I should immediately graduate him to a 31 inch -10 or stay with 30 inch but move to drop -8. Ideally I guess, because he’s growing, I should move to 31 inch -10 then pretty quickly to a 31 (not 30)inch -8 in light of bat weight regulations. So I guess there are 3 different scenarios I’m considering. He currently uses a marucci connect 30 inch -10. Thanks

brooks basler
brooks basler
1 month ago

hey so i have a easton redline can you use it for usssa play?

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