Questions and Answers for Mattingly Demon BBCOR: DMNABB Adult
I am going into seventh grade and need a BBCOR bat. What one would be the best? I am 5 foot 105 pounds.
Based on your height and weight we recommend a 30" BBCOR bat.
What is the difference between the Demon and the Ripped?
The Demon has a round handle and the Ripped has the "V" grip handle. They both have the same alloy barrels and will have tons of pop.
I have an 11 year old son who is 5'4" tall and is playing travel and must have a bbcor. Any suggestions on length and drop for me? I have heard Mattingly bats are awesome, I just need an age appropriate bat.
The smaller BBCOR bats can be found in 29 inches and 26 ounces, this may be a good option. This Demon;s smallest size is a 31'. You may want to make sure that your son needs a BBCOR certified bat and not a USSSA certified bat.
Which would you say is better bat between Mattingly Demon the Easton Rival and the TPX Omaha
All three bats use top of the line alloy and will be similar in performance. The Demon would be an excellent choice.
How much pop does this bat have compaired to say the RIP-It, 5150 or the M2M and is it balanced or end loaded?
The Demon is a 1 piece alloy that is more of a balanced bat. Alloy bats are hot right out of the wrapper.
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