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Marucci Team BBCOR: MCBT Green

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Marucci Team BBCOR: MCBT Green
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Questions and Answers for Marucci Team BBCOR: MCBT Green

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Question 1: is this bat better for a contact hitter? (less pop but also less end loaded) or for a power hitter? (more pop and more end loaded) Question 2: is this bat more end-loaded than the demarini vexxum?

The Marucci Team (MCBT) bat would be best for a contact hitter. It will have more of a balanced swing weight then a end-loaded feel.

Zach Expert ·Mar 30, 2014

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I'm a 5'9" power hitter but looking for a bat to use in the cage. I weigh about 175 lbs. Do you think I should purchase a 32" or a 33"?

Based on your height and weight, we recommend a 32" Marucci Team BBCOR (MCBT). For more information regarding sizing, please visit our Bat Coach: http://www.justbats.com/bat-coach/

Tessa L. Expert ·Jan 24, 2014

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So I'm 6'2 and 200 pounds. I have a kinda slow swing but good at making contact, do you suggest this bat or another selection?

The Marucci Team BBCOR (MCBT) Green will have a balanced swing weight, typically preferred by contact hitters. The balanced swing weight allows players to put a smooth stroke on the ball and increase bat speed. This would be a great option for you.

Tessa L. Expert ·Jan 24, 2014

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I'm a contact hitter. I want a bat that'll put me on base. I'm a junior at 5'11" and 150 lbs. Is this what I need?

The Marucci Team BBCOR: MCBT Green Adult would be an great choice for a contact hitter. It will provide a very balanced swing weight.

Brandon Expert ·Nov 25, 2013

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Is this bat good for High School?

Yes, the Marucci Team BBCOR: MCBT Green Adult is certified for high school and college baseball. It will have a very balanced swing weight and a one-piece alloy design.

Brandon Expert ·Nov 16, 2013

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I'm 5'5" and 145 lbs. Would a 32 inch be a good size to use?

Yes, a 32" would be the size I would recommend.

Justin R. Expert ·Aug 11, 2013

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I'm going to Intermediate would this bat be good?

The Marucci Team BBCOR: MCBT Green Adult would be a great choice for you. It is very balanced and has good pop.

Kara Expert ·Aug 08, 2013

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Would you recommend the Marucci Team BBCOR or the 2013 Louiville Slugger Omaha?

The Marucci Team BBCOR: MCBT Green Adult and the Louisville Slugger OMaha are both going to be one-piece balanced bats. You will not see a difference in performance from either bat, so it will be your personal preference.

Noah Expert ·Jul 23, 2013

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I mainly hit line drives, I produce power with extremely fast hands. Would this bat be a good bat for me?

Yes. The Marucci Team BBCOR is a balanced bat designed for line drive hitters.

Damon Expert ·Jun 28, 2013

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Can i use this in high school baseball?

Yes, the Marucci Team BBCOR: MCBT Green Adult bat is legal for high school baseball as it features the BBCOR certification.

Aubrey Expert ·Jun 13, 2013

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Can I use this in USSSA?

The Marucci Team BBCOR: MCBT Green Adult is legal in USSSA.

Kara Expert ·Jun 05, 2013

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How does this bat compare to the Easton XL1?

The Marucci Team BBCOR: MCBT Green Adult is a one-piece alloy design that is very balanced, while the 2013 Easton XL1 BBCOR: BB13X1 Adult is a two-piece composite design that is end loaded.

Katie Expert ·May 16, 2013

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Will this bat be legal next highschool season?

Yes. The Marucci Team BBCOR: MCBT Green Adult bat is BBCOR certified.

Tyler Expert ·Oct 31, 2012

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How does the swing weight of this bat compare to the Rip-It Prototype, and Rip-It Prototype Air?

The Marucci Team BBCOR is a balanced bat, so it will be more comparable to the Rip-It Prototype Air which is also balanced. The Rip-It Prototype will have more of an end load.

Damon Expert ·Oct 30, 2012

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Is this bat certified for Usssa 13yr league?

Yes. The Marucci Team BBCOR: MCBT is BBCOR certified and approved for play in USSSA.

Tyler Expert ·Oct 22, 2012

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I am thinking of getting this bat but how does this compare to the easton xl3? i want a durable goodlooking responsive bat with good pop and power but also good weight and balance for contact

The Easton XL3 will be a little more endloaded compared to the Marucci Team. If balance is an important factor, I would recommend the Marucci Team bat. Both have great pop.

Tyler Expert ·Aug 26, 2012

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Hey im a 3 hole hitter and hit a lot of triples and some homers but i also make a lot of contact and just get a lot of hits would this bat bring my power down?

No, the balanced feel of the Marucci Team, MCBT is going to help increase bat speed but it will also keep your power at the same level because of the good amount of pop the bat has.

Sean Expert ·Aug 25, 2012

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If I am a power hitter is this a good choice ? Or is the Cat5 or Black a better choice?

Any of the three Marucci bats would be a great choice.

Zach Expert ·Jul 17, 2012

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I was trying to pick from the 2012 voodoo or the team and i was wondering which would be the best for a contact hitter.

The Marucci Team BBCOR and the 2012 DeMarini Vodoo are both good bats but for a contact hitter I would recommend the Marucci team. The Marucci team will be better balanced compared to the 2012 Vodoo which is more end loaded.

Cooper Expert ·Jul 09, 2012

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I'm a contact hitter about 135 pounds. Do you think this bat would fit me since it is balanced?

Yes. If you are a contact hitter this would be a good choice for a balanced BBCOR bat.

Damon Expert ·Jun 09, 2012

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Which bat is a more even weight, the CAT 5 or the Team?

The CAT5 and the Marucci Team both have balanced swing weights and have a very similar feel.

Ryan Expert ·May 29, 2012

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Why is the Marucci Team $100 less than the Marucci Black?

The Marucci Team and Marucci Black are two completely different bat designs, hence the price difference. The Team is a one-piece alloy and the Black is a two-piece hybrid with an alloy barrel and composite handle.

Derek H. Expert ·May 29, 2012

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I am a sophomore in high school who hits for power. What should I get, the Marucci Team or the Marucci Black?

If you are a power hitter then the Marucci Team would be a great choice for you! The Marucci Black is a great bat, but the two-piece design of this bat is usually better suited for contact hitters.

Jennifer Expert ·May 29, 2012

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What is the difference between the red, black, green, orange, and blue Team bats?

There are not any differences among the red, black, green, orange or blue Marucci Team bats. They are just different colors to help give players a variety of colors to choose from.

Jennifer Expert ·May 29, 2012

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Is the Team end loaded or balanced?

The weight in the Marucci Team is evenly distributed. This gives the bat a balanced feel.

Jennifer Expert ·May 29, 2012

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Is this bat legal for high school and college ball?

The Marucci Team is BBCOR approved and is legal for use in high school and collegiate level play.

Alberto Expert ·May 29, 2012

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What is the drop weight on this bat?

The Marucci Team BBCOR is an adult BBCOR bat with a -3 drop. All adult bats will have a -3 drop.

Jennifer Expert ·May 29, 2012

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What is better, the Marucci Team or the Marucci Black?

Both, the Marucci Black and the Marucci Team are great bats. Determining which one is better is difficult and is really dependent on the type of hitter you are. If you are more of a power hitter, the Team would probably be the best option for you because it is a one-piece ally. However, if you are more of a contact hitter, then the two-piece hybrid design of the Black would probably better suit your needs.

Jennifer Expert ·May 29, 2012

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Is this a one-piece bat?

Yes, the Marucci Team is a one-piece all alloy bat. A bat like the Team would be a great option for a power hitter!

Jennifer Expert ·May 29, 2012

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Do you have the Marucci Team bats in stock?

Yes, we currently have the Marucci Team bats available in the colors available on our website. We run a live inventory on our site, so if we sell out of a certain size, we will remove that item from our site.

K.B. Expert ·May 29, 2012

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Is this Team bat BBCOR certified?

Yes, the Marucci Team is BBCOR certified and legal for high school or collegiate level play.

Jennifer Expert ·May 29, 2012

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How does the Marucci Team compare to the Marucci CAT 5?

The Marucci Team BBCOR: MCBT-B Adult bat is Marucci's 2013 one-piece alloy model that replaced the Marucci CAT 5. The Marucci Team bat is BBCOR certified and legal for play in NCAA and NFHS sanctioned events.

Austin Expert ·May 29, 2012

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For an average on base hitter with good power, would this or the Marucci Black be a better bat for me to use?

The Marucci Team bats are a one-piece alloy design made more for power hitters. The Marucci Black is a two-piece hybrid design that has more flex when swung; designed more for a contact hitter.

Derek Expert ·May 29, 2012

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How does this compare to the Marucci Black?

The Marucci Team BBCOR will be stiffer than the Marucci Black because it is a one-piece bat. Both are very high performing.

Kara Expert ·May 29, 2012

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Would you recommend the CAT 5, Marucci Black, or Marucci Team based on pop? I am a power hitter.

All are great bats with very good pop. The CAT 5 and Team models are one-piece bats that often benefit power hitters. The CAT 5 was one of the highest performing BBCOR bats on the market, but it has been discontinued and we no longer have any in stock. I think the Team bat is comparable to the CAT 5, but it will be hard to match the CAT 5's performance. If you prefer a one-piece bat, go with the Team, if you have traditionally used two-piece bats with success, go with the Marucci Black.

Tyler Expert ·May 29, 2012

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For the money, is the Marucci Team series just as good as the 2012 DeMarini Voodoo?

That depends on who you ask. The Marucci Team bats are stiff, one-piece bats. The DeMarini Voodoo is a two-piece bat with more flex. Both are high performing bats, just depends on whether you prefer a two-piece or one-piece bat.

Tyler Expert ·May 29, 2012

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What is the difference between the colors on the bats?

The Marucci Team bats are the same design and construction, except one is blue, one is red, one is orange, one is green, and one is black.

Tyler Expert ·May 29, 2012

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How long is the break-in period for this bat?

Since the Marucci Team does not have a composite barrel, there is no break-in period required. This bat will be hot right out of the wrapper!

Jennifer Expert ·May 29, 2012

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Does this bat come in a 33/30?

The Marucci Team is available in a 33/30. Our website shows all sizes we have available and that are ready to ship.

Jennifer Expert ·May 29, 2012

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What is the drop on this bat?

Since the Marucci Team is an adult BBCOR bat, it will have a -3 drop. All adult bats have a -3 drop.

Jennifer Expert ·May 29, 2012

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Does this bat have a balanced or end loaded feel?

The weight in the Marucci Team is evenly distributed. This gives the bat a very balanced feel.

Jennifer Expert ·May 29, 2012

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Is this bat college approved?

The Marucci Team is BBCOR certified and is legal for high school or collegiate level play.

Stonum Expert ·May 29, 2012

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Does this bat have the USSSA stamp on the bat?

The Marucci Team BBCOR does not have the USSSA stamp. Adult bats are not stamped with the USSSA approval as they are BBCOR certified and do not have to feature the USSSA stamp. The Marucci Team is offered in a Senior League model that does feature the USSSA stamp.

Derek Expert ·May 29, 2012

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Is this bat alloy or composite?

The Marucci Team is a one-piece fully alloy design. There is no composite material anywhere in the bat.

Jennifer Expert ·May 29, 2012

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Is this a one or two-piece bat?

The Marucci Team is a one-piece all alloy bat. A bat like the Marucci Team is great for power hitters.

Jennifer Expert ·May 29, 2012

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Is this a BBCOR bat?

The Marucci Team BBCOR does meet the BBCOR certifications and is approved for play at the high school and collegiate level.

Jennifer Expert ·May 29, 2012

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How does this bat differ from the CAT 5 Squared BBCOR? Is it better?

The Marucci Team is very comparable to the Marucci CAT 5 and designed with the same high end alloy as the Cat 5. Both have excellent pop and performance.

Kara Expert ·May 29, 2012

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Do you think this bat will get banned like the CAT 5?

I do not think the Marucci Team BBCOR bat will get banned like the 33" Marucci CAT 5. The 33" 30 oz. CAT 5 was the only size that was decertified. Marucci has since done a great job of testing their bats to make sure they are legal for play at the different levels. If the Marucci Team does lose its BBCOR certification, the NCAA and NFHS will be the governing bodies that make this ruling.

Austin Expert ·May 29, 2012

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Does this have a -3 drop weight?

The Marucci Team does in fact have a -3 drop. All adult BBCOR bats will have a -3 drop.

Jennifer Expert ·May 29, 2012

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Is this bat approved for NCAA play?

Yes it is. This Marucci Team bat is BBCOR certified and legal for NCAA play.

Tyler Expert ·May 29, 2012

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Is this approved for high school play?

Absolutely! The Marruci Team is BBCOR certified and is legal for play in high school and collegiate levels.

Jennifer Expert ·May 29, 2012

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Is this bat BBCOR certified?

The Marucci Team BBCOR is BBCOR certified and legal for use in high school and collegiate level play.

Jennifer Expert ·May 29, 2012

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Is there a break-in period? If so, how long?

Since the Marucci Team BBCOR bat is an all alloy bat, there will not be a break-in period required. Only composite barrel bats will require a break-in.

Jennifer Expert ·May 29, 2012

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Where is it made?

Marucci’s headquarters is located in Baton Rouge, LA. However, the Marucci Team model is manufactured overseas.

John Expert ·May 29, 2012

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Would it be too heavy, in your opinion, for a 13 year old who is 5'3" and 100 pounds?

Based on that height and weight, a 29" bat is recommended. Since the smallest size we currently have available is a 31" 28oz, these sizes will probably be too large for you. However, if you feel like you can swing a 31" bat, then I say go for it! It shouldn't hurt anything.

Jennifer Expert ·May 29, 2012

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I'm an 8th grader and about 5'4" and 125 lbs. and wanting to upgrade from a 31 in. 28 oz. Easton Hammer. Would this be a good upgrade?

The Marucci Team would definitely be a great bat to upgrade to. The Team is a full alloy bat like the Hammer and you shouldn't have any problems switching to this bat!

Jennifer Expert ·May 29, 2012

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