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Questions and Answers for 2014 Louisville Slugger Attack Tee Ball Bat: TBAT14-RR
On the Louisville Slugger website it says the construction is alloy. Is this model composite or alloy? I just ordered this bat thinking it is composite, now I am having doubts.
The 2014 Louisville Slugger Attack: (TBAT14-RR) will be a one-piece composite design.
Is this bat fully composite? I asked the same question about 6 months ago and was told that it was not. So is the bat fully composite like the 2013 model or not?
The 2014 Louisville Slugger Attack (TBAT14-RR) is a one-piece composite bat.
Is this bat approved for use in Little League since it is a composite bat?
The 2014 Louisville Slugger Attack Tee Ball bat (TBAT14-RR) is approved for play in the Tee Ball division of Little League play. However, some individual leagues have placed restrictions on composite material bats that go above and beyond the Little League rules. It would be advisable to contact your coach or league office to make sure that they allow composite material tee ball bats.
My daughter plays 7-8 year old coach pitch slow pitch softball. Would this bat be recommended for that? It is hard to find a composite bat in her weight needed other than the one she has.
No, the 2014 Louisville Slugger Attack (TBAT14-RR Tee Ball) would be a bat designed for tee ball. This bat may be more easily dented or damaged in coach pitch leagues. If she is hitting coach pitch softballs try this model: 2014 Worth Storm Hyperlite (FPLT13 Fastpitch) or the Easton Alpha (FP13AL Fastpitch). They will be very light weight and balanced and more durable for her.
Does this bat need to be broken in?
The 2014 Louisville Slugger Attack (TBAT14-RR) Tee Ball is a one-piece composite design and will benefit from a proper break-in.
How does this model compare with the same bat from 2013? My son enjoyed using a 2013 last year for tee ball. Are there any differences?
The 2014 Louisville Slugger Attack: TBAT14-RR Tee Ball is going to be very similar the the previous years model the 2013 Louisville Slugger Attack. Both of these bats will be one piece composite, balanced bats. The biggest difference is primarily going to be cosmetic changes.
I have a 3 year old interested in the sport and she has a 12.5 oz. bat. I noticed it to be end heavy for her. Will the 2 oz. make a big difference in her swing? What benefits will she get from the Attack vs. Raid?
The 2014 Louisville Slugger Attack: (TBAT14-RR) uses composite materials. The two ounces will be a significant difference. The composite materials in the Attack is lighter than the alloy used in the Raid.
Will this bat dent in a machine pitch league 7-8 year old. Machine pitch is about 35-40 mph with a real baseball.
Yes, you would risk damaging the 2014 Louisville Slugger Attack: TBAT14-RR Tee Ball bat in machine pitch play.
What is the difference between TBAT14-RR Attack and the TBRD14-RR Raid?
The 2014 Louisville Slugger Attack: TBAT14-RR Tee Ball and TBRD14-RR Raid will be similar in their balance and swing weight. The only difference is that the Raid has an alloy barrel and composite inserts in the handle while the Attack is fully composite.
What is the barrel diameter? I'm looking for 2-5/8 to meet PONY Shetland division spec's.
The 2014 Louisville Slugger Attack: TBAT14-RR is a tee ball bat and has a 2 1/4" diameter.
Is the bat composite or alloy? Every other website with that model number says it's alloy.
According to Louisville Slugger's website the 2014 Louisville Slugger Attack (TBAT14-RR) is a one-piece composite bat.
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