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Will there be a 31 inch model? Please reply, it hasn't been showing up on the website.
The Louisville Slugger Maple Wood Bat: MLBHMYG Youth does come in a 31" model however we are out of stock. Unfortunately this model has been discontinued and we will not be getting anymore in.
What weight is the 30in. model?
The Louisville Slugger Maple Wood Bat: MLBHMYG Youth has an approximate -6 length to weight ratio. So, a 30" model will weigh approximately 24 oz.
My 9 year old son currently uses a 30 inch 18 oz aluminum bat comfortably. He is approximately 70 lbs. and 4'8" tall. What size wooden bat would you recommend?
Using the Bat Coach Feature on justbats.com, I was able to determine that your son should be using a 29" Louisville Slugger Maple Wood Bat: MLBHMYG Youth bat.
My son is 9yr old & weighs 105. He currently is swinging a Eastn big Barrel -10 & is L30" / W 20oz...what size wooden bat by Louisville Slugger should he use? Thanks!!
Wood bats are naturally heavier than non-wood bats. Therefore, I would recommend a 29" or 28" wood bat.
Hi, I'm 13 5'8 125 lbs. Do you think I should get a adult bat or one like this?
We recommend an adult bat to start making the transition to a BBCOR bat. The Louisville Slugger Ash Pro Stock Wood Bat: MLBC271B Adult, 32" would be a good choice.
Interested in a wood bat for my son. What is the weight in ounces of the 27" wood bat. My son currently uses an aluminum that is 27" long and 16oz.
The Louisville Slugger Maple Wood Bat: MLBHMYG has an approximate -6 length to weight ratio so the the 27" would be about 21 oz.
Do you think that this bat is good for a 13 year old? I'm 5' 3" and 102 lbs?
The Louisville Slugger Maple Wood Bat: MLBHMYG is a youth model with and approximate -6 length to weight ratio. you could use it now but I would recommend using a -3 adult model in the near future.
How much does the 30 inch weigh?
The 30" Louisville Slugger Maple Wood Bat would be approximately 24 oz.
How long do you think this bat will last for a 14 year old?
The Louisville Slugger Maple Wood (MLBHMYG) is a youth model. For that age we would suggest moving them into an a adult model. You could run into some durability issues using this model for a 14 year old.
What is the difference between this bat and the Louisville Slugger MLBM9YBH? Also, my 9 year old son swings a 29" -12 alloy, should I go with a 28" wood bat? He is 4ft 5in, 65 lbs.
The MLBM9YBH uses a higher grade maple than the MLBHMYG. Normally we would recommend a 29" bat based on his height and weight. However, wood bats are going to be much heavier so the 28" would be a better length for him.
Do you think this bat would be good for a 10 year old boy because I want to use something besides an aluminum bat?
I think so. This wood bat is a good bat for a younger player and is a good choice for his first wood bat.
I'm looking for a wood bat for my grandson. He's 7 years old and I was told he would need a 27 length bat. What would you suggest in the $25-$35 price range?
I would suggest going with the mlbhmyg, maple bats are going to be a little more durable than ash wood bats
Is this approved for Little League majors division play for the 2012 season?
Yes, wood bats are legal for play in 2012.
Is the handle of this bat finished or does it need finished?
It is unfinished by design. Many will tape their handles.
need help about this bat 4 my son
This is a quality youth wood bat. It has a 2 1/4 inch barrel with an approximate -6 length to weight ratio. If you have any specific questions, feel free to give us a call at 1-888-521-4487
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