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Questions and Answers for Mizuno Classic Maple Wood Bat: MZM110 Black/Brown Adult
Does a wood bat have to be BBCOR? And if so is this?
The only wood bats that require an actual BBCOR stamp are bamboo bats. Every other adult wood bat automatically meets BBCOR standards and does not require a BBCOR stamp. The Mizuno Classic Maple Wood Bat: MZM110 meets BBCOR standards and is approved for play.
I have my son's bat from last year- it broke when he lent it to someone! So I'm trying to get my son a replacement but don't know the size. He's 5' 11", a power hitter. The current bat has the number 2 and "1Z" on the top and is MZM110 Black/Brown Adult bat.
Wood bat manufacturers will typically identify the length of the bat by a number engraved on the knob of the bat or the end of the bat. A 32" bat will be identified on the bat with a "2", a 33" bat will be a "3", etc... So, if his Mizuno Classic Maple Wood Bat: MZM110 bat had a "2" on it, that would indicate it was a 32" model.
Which has a thinner handle and bigger sweet spot: this or the MZP51?
The Mizuno Classic Maple Wood Bat: MZM110 and the Mizuno Maple Wood Bat: MZP51 will have nearly identical turning models, giving them nearly identical handles and sweet spots.
Is the MZM 110 barrel size similar to 271? And it appears not to have a tapered handle knob like the 271?
Both the MZM110 and the MZM271 will have 2 1/2 inch barrels. The MZM271 has a flared knob, the MZM110 does not have a flared knob.
Is this bat BBCOR certified?
The BBCOR standard does not apply to wood bats. NCAA and High School only require that non-wood bats be BBCOR certified. Wood bats are still legal.
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