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2014 Louisville Slugger Attack BBCOR Baseball Bat: BBAT14-RR

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2014 Louisville Slugger Attack BBCOR Baseball Bat: BBAT14-RR
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Questions and Answers for 2014 Louisville Slugger Attack BBCOR Baseball Bat: BBAT14-RR

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I'm a power hitter who focuses on extra base hitting. I have heard mixed reviews about the pop, can you sway me towards this bat?

The 2014 Louisville Slugger Attack BBCOR Baseball Bat (BBAT14-RR) would be an excellent option for you. The three-piece design strengthens the link between the barrel and handle and virtually eliminates vibration. The Flex Band technology improves the sweet spot as well as lowering the swing weight.

Jake Expert ·Dec 08, 2014

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Would this bat be good for a doubles hitter? Also, this would be my first composite so how do you break it in? Are there any other bats you would recommend for a 5 foot 11 130 pound 12 year old?

The 2014 Louisville Slugger Attack BBCOR Baseball Bat (BBAT14-RR) would be a good model if you are required to use BBCOR certified bats. It can be used by any type of hitter and has a well balanced swing weight for a lighter feel. We would recommend a brief break-in period of about 100 hits or so while rotating the barrel of the bat a quarter turn each hit. You can do this using soft toss or tee work.

Patrick Expert ·Dec 01, 2014

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For a fast hands hitter would you recommend this bat or the Marucci Black? Can you returned this bat if you don't like it?

The 2014 Louisville Slugger Attack BBCOR Baseball Bat (BBAT14-RR) or the 2014 Marucci Black BBCOR Baseball Bat (MCBB14) would both be great options. They are both high-end two-piece designs. The major difference and what your preference would be based on is if you want the alloy barrel on the Black or the composite barrel on the Attack. The Attack does come with a limited 30 day "love it or return it" program. After that 30 days, you would not be able to return the bat except under the warranty with the manufacturer for a defect.

Patrick Expert ·Oct 03, 2014

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Are you guys going to restock 33" 30 oz.?

Unfortunately, the 2014 Louisville Slugger Attack BBCOR Baseball Bat (BBAT14-RR) is a closeout model, so we do not anticipate getting any additional sizes back in stock. We apologize for the inconvenience.

Tessa Expert ·Sep 14, 2014

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Will TPX come out with a new Attack? Why did the discontinue this model? My son used the -5 and loved it. It had lots of pop, more than the Omaha. He now needs a -3. He is 5'4" and weighs 105 lbs. He is a contact hitter. What other bats would you suggest?

The new version of the 2014 Louisville Slugger Attack BBCOR Baseball Bat (BBAT14-RR) will be called the 2015 Louisville Slugger Prime 915 BBCOR Baseball Bat (BBP9153). It is really the same model and design with a new name and color scheme. I would definitely suggest this bat for him and also the Easton MAKO, DeMarini CF6, and Rawlings TRIO BBCOR models.

Brandon Expert ·Aug 02, 2014

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What is the difference between the 2013 and 2014 Louisville Slugger Attacks?

The composite material has been upgraded to a lighter, Pure 360 Composite and the TRU3 technology for reduced vibration and increased energy transfer has been added to the 2014 Louisville Slugger Attack BBCOR (BBAT14-RR).

Mac Expert ·Jun 09, 2014

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When will the new Louisville Slugger BBCOR bats (Prime 915 BBCOR, Select 715 and Omaha 515) be available?

You can expect to see the new 2015 bat line for Louisville Slugger BBCOR around 8/1/2014. The 2014 Louisville Slugger Attack BBCOR (BBAT14-RR) has already been released.

Brandon Expert ·May 26, 2014

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What is the difference between this bat and the 2012 Z-1000 BBCOR? Which bat has more pop? Which bat has a lighter swing weight?

The 2014 Louisville Slugger Attack BBCOR (BBAT14-RR) is a two-piece composite bat. The Z-1000 is a one-piece composite bat. They both have great pop. The Attack has a slightly lighter swing weight.

Kara Expert ·May 12, 2014

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I am 6' and 220 lbs. Would you recommend a bat like this for me our an XL1 type of bat?

The 2014 Louisville Slugger Attack BBCOR (BBAT14-RR) is a balanced two-piece bat and is best for a contact hitter. The 2014 Easton XL1 BBCOR (BB14X1) is a two-piece composite bat that is end loaded and designed for a power hitter. Both are very high performing.

Kara Expert ·May 09, 2014

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Which bat will be more balanced, have faster swing weight, and have more pop. This bat, or the Louisville Slugger Assault?

Both bats will be balanced but the 2014 Louisville Slugger Attack (BBAT14-RR) will feature a lighter swing weight.

Bobby Expert ·May 07, 2014

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What bat has the biggest sweet spot on the market?

The 2014 Louisville Slugger Attack BBCOR (BBAT14-RR) will have a very large sweet spot. A few other great models for sweet spot size would be the 2014 Easton MAKO BBCOR or the DeMarini CF6 BBCOR.

Brandon Expert ·May 07, 2014

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I have a Z-1000 and I am more of a contact hitter. I want to stay with Louisville, but my friend has an XL1. I was wondering if this bat could compete or be better than the MAKO, XL1 and CF6?

The 2014 Louisville Slugger Attack BBCOR (BBAT14-RR) replaced the Louisville Slugger Z-1000. The Attack is comparable to the MAKO and the CF6. They are all balanced, two-piece composite bats. They are designed for a contact hitter. The Easton XL1 is an end loaded bat and is best for a power hitter.

Kara Expert ·May 06, 2014

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The Attack or DeMarini M2M? I know the prices are drastically different is the performance of these bats drastically different as well?

The 2014 Louisville Slugger Attack BBCOR (BBAT14-RR) is a balanced two-piece composite bat. The DeMarini M2M BBCOR: (DXM2C) is a two-piece alloy bat and is slightly end loaded. Both perform very well. The Attack will have more flex, and designed for a contact hitter. The M2M is a stiffer bat, better for a power hitter.

Kara Expert ·Apr 29, 2014

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Does this bat need a break in period? I have the 2013 Attack, but where the handle and barrel connect got loose an now its wobbly, is that normal?

Yes, the 2014 Louisville Slugger Attack BBCOR (BBAT14-RR) will require a break in period as it is a full composite bat. If a bat becomes loose and/or wobbly then there is a defect of some sort, and you might try contacting Louisville Slugger about the warranty on the bat.

Kyle J. Expert ·Apr 26, 2014

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Would you recommend this bat to more of a power hitter? Are there better bats on the market for that kind of hitter?

It really depends on your preferences. There are several power hitters that prefer a balanced swinging bat, in order to maximize bat speed. The 2014 Louisville Slugger Attack BBCOR (BBAT14-RR) is very balanced, and would allow any player to increase their swing speed. Many times though, power hitters will opt for a more end loaded bat, like the Easton XL series or the DeMarini Voodoo. These bats will try to increase the weight in the barrel in order to maximize power.

Justin R. Expert ·Apr 20, 2014

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Does this bat have more pop than the Mako and CF6?

The Mako,CF6 and the 2014 Louisville Slugger Attack BBCOR (BBAT14-RR) all have equal pop. All three of these bats are composite.You could not go wrong with either one of these bats.

Kyle Expert ·Mar 21, 2014

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Is this bat completely composite?

The 2014 Louisville Slugger Attack BBCOR (BBAT14-RR) Adult has a three-piece fully composite design.

Jason Expert ·Mar 18, 2014

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Is the Raid or the Attack better? I am a balanced hitter that hits around 6 home runs a season but also bats for contact. I play college ball so which do you recommend?

The 2014 Louisville Slugger Attack BBCOR (BBAT14-RR) and the 2014 Louisville Slugger Raid BBCOR (BBRD14-RR) are both nice options. Both bats feature Louisville's new Three-Piece Tru-3 Technology which helps to greatly reduce sting and vibration to the hands. With this new technology, Louisville is offering a 30 day period in which to try the bat and if you are not happy with the performance, they will issue you a refund. The main difference is going to come down to what you prefer for a barrel material. The Attack features a composite barrel that will require a short break-in period before reaching peak potential and will get hotter over the lifespan of the bat. The Raid features an alloy barrel that will be hot out of the wrapper and gradually dull in performance towards the end of the bat's lifespan. The Raid will have more of a ping sound when the ball is struck whereas the Attack will have more of a thud or a crack. Both bats adhere to BBCOR performance standards.

Patrick Expert ·Mar 11, 2014

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What is the difference between this and the Raid?

The 2014 Louisville Slugger Attack BBCOR (BBAT14-RR) is a three-piece full composite design. The 2014 Louisville Slugger Raid (BBRD14-RR) is a three-piece design with an alloy barrel.

John Expert ·Feb 20, 2014

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What's the break-in period for this bat?

For composite models like the 2014 Louisville Slugger Attack BBCOR (BBAT14-RR), we recommend 150-200 hits off a tee or soft toss. It’s best to start off at about 40% power, and gradually increase. Also, be sure to rotate the barrel a ¼ inch every swing.

John H Expert ·Feb 19, 2014

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should I get this or the last year version? Is there really that big of difrence in this years model from last years.

The 2014 Louisville Slugger Attack BBCOR (BBAT14-RR) uses new Pure 360 Composite for better durability and performance. It also features the brand new Tru-3 technology versus the two-piece fully composite design of last years model.

Tessa Expert ·Feb 18, 2014

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Will this bat have the same shaking problem as the 2013 model?

The 2014 Louisville Slugger Attack BBCOR (BBAT14-RR) uses new Tru-3 to reduce vibration. It also uses new 360 composite for increased durability and performance.

Kara Expert ·Feb 06, 2014

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Is this considered a "balanced swing-weight" bat? My son is a contact/spray hitter, not a power hitter.

The 2014 Louisville Slugger Attack BBCOR (BBAT-RR) features a balanced swing weight, typically preferred by contact hitters.

Tessa L. Expert ·Jan 31, 2014

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My daughter needs a 32" 22 oz.,but the sizes are limited in this bat. It looks awesome.

The 2014 Louisville Slugger Attack BBCOR (BBAT14-RR) is an adult baseball bat. All of the sizes will be a -3. If she is playing fastpitch softball, we recommend the 2014 Louisville Slugger Xeno (FPXN14-RR) Fastpitch. It is available in a 32" 22 oz.

Kara Expert ·Jan 30, 2014

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When was this bat released?

The 2014 Louisville Slugger Attack BBCOR (BBAT14-RR) was released January 1st.

Kara Expert ·Jan 23, 2014

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Is this bat worth price?

The 2014 Louisville Slugger Attack BBCOR (BBAT14-RR) Adult uses flex bend technology for a low swing weight and a huge sweet spot. The new three-piece Tru-3 technology helps reduce the vibration to the handle. The 2014 Attack is a top of the line bat.

Jason Expert ·Jan 22, 2014

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Is this bat as balanced as the DeMarini CF6?

The 2014 Louisville Slugger Attack BBCOR (BBAT14-RR) is one of the most balanced bats on the market and will have a similar swing weight to the DeMarini CF6.

John H Expert ·Jan 17, 2014

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What is the difference between this years Attack and last year?

The 2014 Louisville Slugger Attack BBCOR (BBAT14-RR) uses new Pure 360 Composite for better durability and performance.

Kara Expert ·Jan 16, 2014

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Is this balanced?

Yes, the 2014 Louisville Slugger Attack BBCOR (BBAT14-RR) is a balanced bat.

Tori Expert ·Jan 09, 2014

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