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Questions and Answers for BamBooBat Bamboo Wood Youth Baseball Bat: HGBBY Brown/Black
How many ounces is this bat?
The BamBooBat Bamboo Wood Youth Baseball Bat (HGBBY) features an approximate -5 to -6 length to weight ratio. It can vary from bat to bat due to wood density and how the bat is turned out. For instance, a 30 inch bat should weight around 24 or 25 ounces.
Is this bat BBcor Certified? And if so, would it be legal to use in high school play?
The Bamboo Wood Bat (HGBBY) is not going to be BBCOR certified so it will be deemed illegal for play in High School. Any Bamboo model bat will have to feature a BBCOR stamp on the bat for play in High School and NCAA.
Have read a couple comments stating the bat is heavy. Are they referencing this bat vs a metal bat of same length which would have a -9 drop? Or are they referring to it being end loaded which might explain the "heavy" feel? I'm looking for a -6 or even -7 for a 30 inch bat and bamboo or a wood composite would fit my bill. Just wondering what the bat is like to swing.
This model is slightly end loaded, making it feel heavier than most other youth wood bats.
is this good for youth players
Yes, this bat is going to be a good option for youth players, bamboo is going to be one of the lighter woods used to make wood bats.
what is the weight of the 29" bat?
The weight for the 29" model would be right around 23oz to 24oz. since it is a approximate -5 to -6 length to weight ratio.
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