Questions and Answers for B45 Yellow Birch Wood Bat: B141 Adult
What's the approximate drop weight of this bat?
The B45 Yellow Birch Wood Bat: (B141) will have an approximate -3 length to weight ratio.
Can I use this bat in high school, it doesn't specify whether its BBCOR certified or not?
Yes, the B45 Yellow Birch Wood Bat (B141) can be used in high school play. Only composite wood bats have to be marked with the BBCOR certifaction.
Is birch as durable as maple, and is the flex when hitting ash as noticeable with birch?
Birch wood bats actually have a lower breakage rate than Maple or Ash. Birch offers a combination of the great characteristics of each type of wood. This B45 Yellow Birch Wood Bat: B141 Adult offers hardness and flexibility in between both Ash and Maple; with Maple being harder and Ash being more flexible.
Is this bat more balanced than the Marucci CU26B model?
Both the B45 Yellow Birch Wood Bat: B141 Adult and the Marucci CU26B feature very balanced swing weights.
How does this bat compare to the Sam Bat PS2? I know the Sam Bat is maple, but which has a more balanced feel?
The B45 Yellow Birch Wood Bat: B141 Adult bat's 141 turn model design features a 2 1/2" barrel diameter and 29/32" handle. The Sam Bat PS2's 72 turn model features a 2 1/2" barrel diameter and slightly thinner 7/8" handle. Both bats have a balanced swing weight and feel very similar.
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