Questions and Answers for 2014 Axe Avenge Youth Baseball Bat: L142A
Should I avoid using this bat in batting cages with dimpled yellow ball that are supposedly bad for composite bats?
You should always avoid using your bat in the cages with the yellow dimpled balls. Whether the bat is composite, aluminum or wood, the yellow dimpled balls are heavier and more dense than regular baseballs. They can cause any bat to crack, break or dent easier and can shorten the life of the bat.
Seeing how this is a one-sided bat, but full composite, how would having it rolled work? Wouldn't rolling it damage the non hitting side?
We do not recommend rolling any of the bats we sell. Rolling the bat would void the manufactures warranted.
How can I demo the Axe L142A bat for my son?
Axe offers a 30-day risk free money back guarantee, so you can try it out for 30 days and if you don't like it you can send it back. However, the purchase has to be through axebat.com
Due to the AXE bat handle design, doesn't this more or less force you to hold the bat the same way each time, thus forcing you to hit with the same side of the bat all the time? That isn't good for any bat let alone a composite that needs to be broken-in evenly on all sides, correct?
The 2014 Axe Avenge: L142A Youth axe-like handle does cause you to hit with the same side of the barrel on the bat every hit. Axe engineers their bats to ensure durability for one-sided hitting. You will only need to break in the one side of the bat, unlike other composite models that need to be rotated while breaking in.
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