Questions and Answers for Easton Typhoon BBCOR Baseball Bat: BB13TY
Is this a composite bat?
The Easton Typhoon BBCOR Baseball Bat (BB13TY) is not a composite bat. It is made of an aluminum alloy.
Is this bat legal for Juniors (13-14 years old) in Little League?
Yes, the Easton Typhoon BBCOR (BB13TY) would be approved for the Junior Division of Little League Baseball: http://www.littleleague.org/learn/equipment/baseballbatinfo/batrules.htm.
What is the difference between the Typhoon BBCOR BB13TY and the Typhoon BBCOR BK63?
The Easton Typhoon BBCOR (BB13TY) is the newest version of the BK63. They both use the same 7046 alloy.
Is the Easton Typhoon BBCOR (BB13TY) for contact or power hitters?
The Easton Typhoon BBCOR (BB13TY) is a great bat for contact hitters and power hitters. The Typhoon has a balanced swing weight, which is great for contact hitters. The Typhoon is also a one-piece design, which is great for power hitters because of the stiffer feel.
Why is it that these bats are so cheap on this website compared to the store prices?
Here at www.justbats.com, we are a preferred dealer of Easton. We can price previous year Easton bats however the market demands. You want a low price on bats like the Easton Typhoon BBCOR (BB13TY)? Be sure to check us out before anyone else!
What would be better the Easton Typhoon BBCOR BB13TY , s400 BBCOR or the s500 BBCOR in the terms of best pop and biggest sweet spot
Out of all those bats, the Easton S500 BBCOR (BB14S500) would have the largest sweet spot and the best pop.
Do both of these bats featured have a drop three length to weight ratio? I need them both to be.
The Easton Typhoon BBCOR (BB13TY) Adult has a -3 length to weight ratio and any bat it is featured with in a Bat Pack has a -3 length to weight ratio as well.
Which bat would be better for high school ball, the 2013 Easton Typhoon BBCOR Adult or the 2013 Miken RZR BBCOR Adult?
The 2013 Easton Typhoon BBCOR: BB13TY Adult is a balanced one-piece bat and would be a great choice for high school.
Do they make a 29" in a -3?
The 2013 Easton Typhoon BBCOR: BB13TY Adult bat is made in a 29". Currently we are out of stock on that model.
I'm 13 and I'm wondering if this bat is too heavy for me?
BBCOR bats are mostly used by High School and College players. Not knowing your height and weight you can go on our website and use our Bat Coach. It will assist you to the size that we would recommend for the 2013 Easton Typhoon BBCOR: BB13TY Adult.
What are the differences between this Easton Typhoon and the BK63 model?
The Easton Typhoon BK63 is the 2012 model and the BB13TY is the 2013 model. Both models are a one-piece all alloy using the 7046 aircraft alloy.
I'm a freshman in high school and I'm 5'2" and I weigh 97 lbs. and I ordered a 31"/28 oz. Did I make a good choice going with that bat size?
Actually using the Bat Coach feature on www.JustBats.com I was able to determine that for your size a 29" bat is recommended. The 2013 Easton Typhoon BBCOR: BB13TY Adult bat does have 29" and 30" options if you feel the 31" bat is too heavy for your swing.
Is this bat that is considered to have good pop?
Compared to other BBCOR bats under $100, the 2013 Easton Typhoon BBCOR: BB13TY has very good pop.
Is this bat end loaded with weight?
In my opinion, the 2013 Easton Typhoon BBCOR: BB13TY is a decently balanced bat. But a few other players I know say it feels just a little endloaded to them.
Is this more of a balanced bat, or end loaded?
The 2013 Easton Typhoon BBCOR: BB13TY is considered a balanced bat.
I am currently using the 2011 Easton Typhoon and I am a contact hitter. Would the 2013 model be good for me? What are the differences between the 2011 and 2013 models?
The 2013 Easton Typhoon will use the same 7046 aircraft alloy as the 2011 and 2012. The main benefit to the 2013 is that is features a vibration reduction system.
Does this bat have a lighter swing weight than the old Typhoon BBCOR?
The 2013 Easton Typhoon BBCOR will be similar in swing weight to the 2012 model.
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