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2015 Marucci Hex Composite Senior League Baseball Bat: MSBC1410

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2015 Marucci Hex Composite Senior League Baseball Bat: MSBC1410
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  • 2015 Marucci Hex Composite Senior League Baseball Bat: MSBC1410
  • 2015 Marucci Hex Composite Senior League Baseball Bat: MSBC1410
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Questions and Answers for 2015 Marucci Hex Composite Senior League Baseball Bat: MSBC1410

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Is this bat approved for Little League play?

The 2015 Marucci Hex Composite Senior League Baseball Bat (MSBC1410) is not approved for any division in Little League baseball as it has a 2 3/4" barrel diameter and is a composite model that does not feature the BBCOR performance certification mark.

Mac Expert ·Jan 27, 2015

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I am thinking of purchasing the Marucci Hex Composite (-10) youth bat...28 inches and 18oz. I bought a Easton composite bat last season and we just could not get it pop when the kids hit. Will this bat be different?

The 2015 Marucci Hex Composite Senior League Baseball Bat (MSBC1410), and all composite bats take 150-200 swings rotating them a quarter of an inch on each swing to break them in, and to get them to their peak performance.

Frankie Expert ·Jan 05, 2015

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How does this bat compare to the 2015 Louisville 915 full composite? Does it have the same sweet spot?

Comparing the 2015 Marucci Hex Composite Senior League Baseball Bat (MSBC1410) to the 2015 Louisville Slugger Prime 915 Senior League Baseball Bat (SLP915X), the Hex has a slightly larger sweetspot because it does not incorporate a connection point like the three-piece design on the Prime. So it has a bigger sweet spot but less sting and vibration protection than the Prime.

Patrick Expert ·Dec 21, 2014

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Is this bat more end-loaded or balanced? Does it compare more to the Easton XL1 or Easton MAKO? Does it favor the power hitter or contact hitter?

The 2015 Marucci Hex Composite Senior League Baseball Bat (MSBC1410) is a very well-balanced bat, so it would be more similar to the MAKO in that aspect. Typically, a contact hitter will gravitate toward a balanced bat, but a power hitter could still swing this bat effectively if they preferred a more balanced bat.

Mac Expert ·Oct 14, 2014

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When will the 2 5/8" barrel version be available?

Unfortunately, we don't have an expected release date for that at this point. Marucci is likely your best resource for expected release dates and potential models, and you can reach them directly at: http://maruccisports.com/contacts. I would assume that model is in the works, but I can't confirm that.

Mac Expert ·Sep 29, 2014

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Will this bat come in a bigger size like a 31" or 32"?

The 2015 Marucci Hex Composite (MSBC1410) will be offered in a 31" size.

Kelby Expert ·Jul 31, 2014

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Does it have the "wood bat" composite kind of sound?

The 2015 Marucci Hex Composite Senior League Baseball Bat (MSBC1410) will have more of a thud or a crack like most composite models.

Patrick Expert ·Jul 31, 2014

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What is your opinion of this bat? There are not many reviews on it. What bat would you recommend for fall baseball? Is it advisable to have a bat for summer baseball, and one for fall baseball?

The 2015 Marucci Hex Composite Senior League Baseball Bat: (MSBC1410) is brand new to the market. Therefore, we unfortunately do not have many reviews on this model. However, it will be high performing, and will have a strong sweet spot. As for recommendations for the fall, ultimately it will depend on your playing style. If you are a power hitter, I would suggest an one-piece, end-loaded design. If your game is more representative of a contact-hitter, I would suggest a two-piece, balanced design. It is not uncommon for players for to have two different bats for seasons.If you are using an alloy for both, this type of material tends to lose its pop a little quicker than composites. Therefore, it might a good idea to have two different alloys for the various seasons. However, if you are using composite, I would probably suggest only having one model. This material tends to become hotter over its lifetime,and would continue to perform through multiple seasons.

Merritt Expert ·Jul 20, 2014

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