Questions and Answers for 2014 Easton B2.0: SP13B2 Slow Pitch
What does the Easton B2.0 (SP13B2) Slow Pitch bat compare to from older Easton models?
The 2014 Easton B2.0 (SP13B2) Slow Pitch bat replaced the Easton Synergy 100: SP12SY100 Slow Pitch bat. It only has a higher quality composite handle.
Are two-piece bats hotter than one-piece?
The 2014 Easton B2.0 (SP13B2 Slow Pitch) will have a one-piece fully composite design. One-piece bats can feel more stiff compared to two-piece bats. Power guys tend to prefer one-piece designs. Two-piece bats can help eliminate hand sting and vibration. Plus, they can help the player's bat speed with more whipping action through the swing.
Why can't I find any of theBb Series bats in a 30 oz?
The 2014 Easton B2.0: SP13B2 Slow Pitch bat is only produced in the 26, 27, and 28 oz. sizes. The only 2014 Easton models that are offered in the 30 oz. options are the L1.0, L2.0, and L4.0.
What the different between the B1 and the B2?
The difference between the Easton B1.0 and B2.0 is the construction of the bat. The B1.0 is a two-piece full composite design while the B2.0 is a one-piece composite design.
I've been using a Miken MV3 since it came out. It's a 34L 27oz balanced bat. As far as a "direct" competitor of the MV3 for the B-Series, would this one be it or would one of the others be a closer match?
The 2014 Easton B2.0: SP13B2 Slow Pitch bat would be the B Series model that is most similar to the Miken MV3. Both bats are balanced, one-piece composite models that are USSSA certified. However, the MV3 features a 14.5" barrel length while the B2.0 has a 13.5" barrel length.
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