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BamBooBat Bamboo Wood Youth Baseball Bat: HBBWY Black/White

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BamBooBat Bamboo Wood Youth Baseball Bat: HBBWY Black/White
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My son plays 50 70 feet 12u summer ball. Wood bat tournament coming up next weekend , would this bat be legal for wood bat only games.

Yes, the BamBooBat Wood Youth Baseball Bat (HBBWY) is approved for 50/70 12U baseball wood bat tournaments.

Sean Expert ·Jul 05, 2014

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Is this bat approved for High School?

No the BamBooBat Bamboo Wood Bat (HBBWY) Black/White Youth is not BBCOR approved. It will not be legal for play in High School or College play.

John Expert ·Feb 20, 2014

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What is the weight of the 31" bat?

The BamBooBat Bamboo Wood Bat: HBBWY Black/White Youth bat features an approximate -5 to -6 length to weight ratio. Therefore, a 31" model is approximately 25 oz. to 26 oz.

Aubrey Expert ·Aug 02, 2013

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Is this bat BBCOR certified for Suffolk County, NY?

The BamBooBat Bamboo Wood Bat: HBBWY Black/White Youth is a youth bat and will not be BBCOR certified. The BamBooBat Bamboo Wood Bat: HBBB100D Black Adult is BBCOR certified.

Kara Expert ·Jul 11, 2013

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What is the oz. of the 32" bat?

The BamBooBat Bamboo Wood Bat has an approximate -5 to -6 drop. Therefore, it would be a 27 oz. to 26 oz. bat.

Frank Expert ·Feb 06, 2013

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My son is an 8 year old select player using both big barrel and little barrel bats; would this be a good training bat for him to increase his bat speed?

Due to their heavier composition, wood bats make great training tools for younger players and older players alike. With a -5 to -6 length to weight ratio, the BamBooBat Bamboo Wood Bat: HBBWY would be a good option for you son.

Tyler Expert ·Feb 06, 2013

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hi im 5'3 130 pounds should i get the 31 in bat?

Yes. Based on your height and weight, the 31" model is recommended.

Tyler Expert ·Jan 30, 2013

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What's the weight of a 32-inch bat?

The BamBooBat Bamboo Wood Bat: HBBWY Black/White Youth 32" will weigh approximately 27 oz.

Kara Expert ·Nov 29, 2012

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I'm looking for a good quality wood bat (maple or bamboo) for my 13 year old. He's a select ball player and training indoors this winter. Uses a 31/26 Marucci Cat 5 for school ball. Would this youth bat be too small, or should I step up to an adult size wood bat?

The BamBooBat Bamboo Wood Bat: HBBWY Black/White Youth is a high quality youth bat, but it may be a little too small for him. I would recommend trying a drop closer to a -4 or a -5. Our Sam Bat Maple Wood Bat: LLCD1 is going to be a little closer to the weight you should be using.

Noah Expert ·Nov 23, 2012

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How much does this bat weigh?

The BamBooBat Bamboo Wood Bat: HBBWY Black/White Youth bat has an approximate -5 to -6 length to weight ratio.

Tyler Expert ·Nov 21, 2012

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Is this bat high-school certified?

No. This is a Youth model for little league players.

Damon Expert ·Sep 16, 2012

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Hi, Why are there no wooden bats that equal what most 11 or 12 yr olds use now as far as weight goes? There is no way my son who swings a 19oz CX5 can swing a 21 or more ounce wooden bat with any confidence and I need a wooden bat for a tourney this fall. What should I do?

That is because wood is a different consistency compared to composite or alloy. Since wood is solid, and can't be hollowed out like alloy or composite bats, they will be heavier in weight. When I played in wood bat tournaments when I was younger, my wood bat (along with everyone else's on my team) was a good 4 ounces heavier than my non-wood bat. I did practice with it for a week prior to the tournament to get used to the added weight. Two of the lighter youth wood bats on the market are the Rawlings VELO Ash Wood Bat: Y62LTE and MaxBat Maple Wood Bat: Youth. To get closest to 19 oz., a 26" or 27" model would be recommended.

Tyler Expert ·Aug 27, 2012

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Are these wooden bats BBCOR Approved?

No. The BamBooBat Bamboo Wood Bat: HBBWY Black/White Youth model is a youth bat that is not BBCOR approved.

Tyler Expert ·Aug 07, 2012

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how can you tell if the bat is cracked? my nephew says the bat stings his hand when he hits the ball solid.

I recommend this helpful link: http://www.ehow.com/video_7331719_tap-wood-baseball-bat.html

Tyler Expert ·Jul 24, 2012

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My son is 5' 101 lbs and 13 years old. What length bat should he use?

Based on that particular height and weight, a 30" bat is recommended.

Nick Expert ·Jul 17, 2012

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My son is 8 turning 9 in October. He weighs 65-70 lbs. He plays on a traveling team and he needs a wooden bat, right now he is using a 27oz -10 TPX. I want to get a wooden bat that fits him like his TPX.

The lightest 27" wood bat we currently have would be the MaxBat Maple Wood Bat: Youth. Here is a link to take a closer at this bat. http://www.justbats.com/product/maxbat-maple-wood-bat--youth/8220/

Tom Expert ·Jun 27, 2012

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How much would a 30 in weigh?

The BamBooBat Bamboo Wood Bat has approximately a -5 to -6 drop. The 30 inch bat will weight between 24 and 25 ounces.

Kara Expert ·Jun 04, 2012

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My son is 5'5 and 160 lbs, what length bat should he use. He is 12 years old and playing on a majors team.

The recommended length for a player his size is a 32". The HBBWY is available in a 32" and will have a weight between -5 to -6.

Kris Expert ·May 25, 2012

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What is the weight of a 29 inch bat?

This bat has a weight of 24-23oz. The approximate weight of this bat is -5 to -6 length to weight ratio.

KG Expert ·Dec 20, 2011

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