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Questions and Answers for 2013 Marucci Team preBCOR: MSBT5 Blue Senior League
Is this bat as good as Easton's bats?
The 2013 Marucci Team preBCOR: MSBT5 Blue Senior League is made of top of the line alloy, for outstanding performance and durability.
I am going to try out for my middle school team next year, should I get a drop 5 bat or stay with something lighter?
Generally, a -5 bat like the 2013 Marucci Team preBCOR: MSBT5 Blue Senior League bat is used in the season before high school.
Is this bat BBCOR?
No, the 2013 Marucci Team preBCOR: MSBT5 Blue Senior League is only USSSA certified.
Well I am 12, a big framed boy and am 5 ft. 4.5 inches. I am trying out for middle school ball and need a drop 5 bat. Personally I want the best bat on the market. Does this Marucci fit my size or is there another bat that fits?
Based on your information, I would recommend a 30" model in the 2013 Marucci Team preBCOR: MSBT5 Blue Senior League bat. For further information on sizing, please visit out Bat Coach at http://www.justbats.com/bat-coach/
Is it stiff or dose it flex?
The 2013 Marucci Team preBCOR: MSBT5 is a one-piece bat that will have be more on the stiff side.
Is this a big barrel bat?
The 2013 Marucci Team preBCOR: MSBT5 Blue Senior League has a 2 5/8" barrel and is considered a Youth Big Barrel bat.
I'm 13 years old, would it be good for me to start transitioning into a -5 before eventually going to a -3? Would you personally like the blue or the red model better?
The 2013 Marucci Team preBCOR: MSBT5 Blue Senior League bat is a very good bat to aid in transitioning to the -3 BBCOR bats. You are at a good age to begin that transition because you will need to change in the next year or two. Both the blue and red models are equal, so I would suggest you to choose the color you like best.
What's the difference between Marucci Black and the Marucci Team?
The 2013 Marucci Team preBCOR: MSBT5 Blue Senior League bat is a one-piece alloy design where the 2013 Marucci Black 2: MSBB25 Senior League bat is a two-piece hybrid design with an alloy barrel and composite handle. The following is a link for further comparison http://www.justbats.com/compare/
I'm interested in buying this bat. Would this be a good bat for a Middle School kid?
The 2013 Marucci Team preBCOR -5 bat would be a good option for a Middle-School-age player. The -5 Length to Weight ratio is a good transitioning size prior to using BBCOR bats.
Is there a difference between the blue, red, or black bats in the Marucci Team preBCOR series?
No. There is no difference in material or performance in the Marucci Team preBCOR series, only the color.
What's the difference between this bat (MSBT5) and MSB115 Senior? Both are priced the same for -5.
The 2013 Marucci Team preBCOR: MSBT5 Blue Senior League performs more like a BBCOR than the MSB115. Therefore, it will have less pop.
My son is 13 yrs old, about 5 ft and just under 100 lbs. I bought him the CAT 5 PreBCOR. How does the Team PreBCOR differ? And which is more like the MSB25?
The 2013 Marucci Team preBCOR bats were made to replace the Cat 5 preBCOR bats. Both are very similar with the biggest difference being an upgraded grip on the Team bats. In terms of overall feel and balance, the Cat 5 preBCOR will be most similar to the Marucci CAT 5: MSB25.
What's the difference between team Marucci and cat 5 Marucci?
The Marucci Team PreBCOR will act more like a BBCOR bat in terms of pop and feel, while the Marucci CAT 5 Senior League will have slightly more pop.
What is different between this and the original preBCOR?
The 2013 Marucci Team preBCOR bats feature a higher end alloy that will be a little more durable and offer slightly better performance than last year's preBCOR bats.
Whats the point of the colors?
The Marucci Team bats come in different colors so different players with different color preferences can pick from different bats with different colors.
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