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Questions and Answers for Bratt Bat Wood Training Youth Baseball Bat: BRATTBAT
My son is 11 years old. He uses a 29" Mako and also has a 30" XL1. What size would you recommend for a player of his size?
For a player of his size, our bat coach recommends the Bratt Bat Wood Training Youth Baseball Bat (BRATTBAT) in a 29" 40 oz. model.
Do you think an 8 year old could handle this or should we wait a couple more years?
The lightest the Bratt Bat Wood Training Bat: BRATTBAT Youth is available in is 35 oz. This may be too have for an 8 year old. It may be best to wait a few more years.
Trying to decide amongst the three different weights in the 29" length. My son is 11 and swings a 30 inch, 20 oz. How heavy should he go on the Bratt?
You won't want to go too heavy to where he is completely dragging the bat during his practice swings with this Bratt bat, so the 29" 40 oz. should be a good option. It will be heavy enough to serve its purpose and not too heavy that it will create bad habits.
How do I choose between a 35, 40 and 45 oz options? My son is 10 and weighs 70 lbs. He usually swings a 29 in. 18 oz. bat.
Normally, a player should use the same length bat that currently uses. So the 29 inch 35 oz would be the best option.
Why can you not hit baseballs off the tee with this bat?
You can hit baseballs off a tee with any training bat.
your bat sizes only show that you only offer bats 29 inches long.It also states that this traing bat should be the same size as the game bat. My son uses a 31 inch long bat. Can I get a 31 inch long bat that is 40 oz?
Unfortunately, the youth Brattbat is not made in that size. The closest option would be the intermediate version in a 31" 50 oz.
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