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Questions and Answers for Marucci ONE Senior League Baseball Bat: MSBX1014-BK Black
Is there a -5 version of this bat? Also, how does it compare tot the Cat 6?
Unfortunately, the Marucci ONE Senior League Baseball Bat (MSBX1014-BK Black) does not come in a -5. But, the Marucci ONE and the Marucci Cat 6 are going to be very similar designs. Both are going to be one piece alloy designs that have an evenly balanced swing weight.
My son is looking to replace his Cat 5. How does this bat compare to a Cat 5?
The 2014 Marucci ONE Senior League Baseball Bat (MSBX1014-BK) Black is going to be very similar to the CAT 5. Both bats are one-piece alloy designs which allow for out of the wrapper performance. Additionally, they are both well-balanced and manufactured out of the same AZ3000 Alloy. The Cat 5 will have a slightly longer barrel; but in terms of performance and durability, both bats will be very comparable.
Does this bat need to be broken in or does it have pop right out of the wrapper?
The alloy barrel on the 2014 Marucci ONE Senior League Baseball Bat (MSBX1014-BK) will be ready to go out of the box. It will not require a break-in period.
Does this bat have the same or similar anti-vibration knob, similar to the CAT 5?
The 2014 Marucci ONE (MSBX1014-BK) features anti-vibration technology, similar to the CAT 5.
What bat would you say is better? My son has a B4 29" 19 oz. But he used his teammates Marucci 28" 18 oz. and hit bombs with it. Do you think it's the weight or bat I used? Your bat coach referenced to pick the size. I would hate to have bought the wrong size.
The 2014 Marucci ONE (MSBX1014-BK) and the COMBAT B4 are both very balanced bats. The correct weight a player uses can also vary based on the strength of the player and the size he uses now. If he is had success with the 28" 18 oz. bat, we recommend to move to that size.
My son is 7. Good contact hitter. The coach has a Marucci 2013 CAT 5 27/17 and my son loves it. I've never seen a bat with that much pop. I can't find one. He needs a bat like the CAT 5. What would you recommend? The ONE, Easton, Vexxum, or is there another one I don't know about?
The 2014 Marucci ONE (MSBX1014-BK Black Senior League) will have the same one-piece fully alloy design as the CAT 5. The swing weight will be very balanced like the CAT 5 also. The Easton S3 and DeMarini Vexxum would both be very high performing models.
What is the difference between the Marucci ONE and the red Marucci Team bat? What would be better for 9 year old? He is 4' and weighs 62 lbs.
Both the 2014 Marucci ONE: MSBX1014-BK Black Senior League and the Marucci Team bat would be great for a player at his size. The Team is a previous model from Marucci and the ONE is the 2014 version of the Team. They will swing and feel the same.
How has Marucci improved the durability? It's the same AZ3000 alloy right?
The 2014 Marucci ONE: (MSBX1014-BK) Black Senior League bat does feature an alloy material that is branded with the same AZ3000 name, but Marucci has altered the blend of metals used in the alloy and the production process. Unfortunately, we don't know the specifics of the change on the manufacturing level, but Marucci has addressed durability issues that were experienced with the 2013 models.
What are the difference between this bat and the Marucci Team -10 bat?
The 2014 Marucci One MSBX1014-BK has a new profile for smoother swings, similar to the old Marucci Cat 5. It also has player preferred wood like knob shapes for improved balance and control.
Has Marucci re-engineered this bat compared to last year's Team? My son cracked his Team in half.
Marucci has improved their technology on the 2014 Marucci ONE: MSBX1014-BK Black Senior League for a more balanced and durable bat.
Is the any difference in the black or blue, looking at a 28" 18 oz.?
The only difference between the 2014 Marucci ONE: MSBX1014-BK Black Senior League and the blue model is the color.
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