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Rawlings Protege Big Stick Ash Wood Bat: 151T Youth

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Rawlings Protege Big Stick Ash Wood Bat: 151T Youth
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Questions and Answers for Rawlings Protege Big Stick Ash Wood Bat: 151T Youth

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If you get a 30 in., how light is the bat?

If you go with a 30" size in the Rawlings Protege Big Stick (151T) it will weigh approximately 25 oz.

Zach Expert ·Apr 14, 2014

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Hi. Based on Little League rules 1.10, it appears that with a handle diameter of 7/8", it would not be legal to use (the rule states min of 15/16). Can you please confirm if my son can use this bat in intermediate (50/70) play? Thank you.

The Rawlings Protege Big Stick Ash Wood Bat: 151T Youth is not legal in Intermediate League. He must use an adult wood bat such as the Rawlings VELO Ash Wood Bat: 271V Adult.

Kara Expert ·Dec 09, 2013

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Could I get my name carved in the bat before I order it?

Unfortunately, we cannot personalize any of products that we sell. If you were interested in a personalized Rawlings Protege Big Stick Ash Wood Bat: 151T Youth, you could contact the manufacturer directly.

Mac Expert ·Jul 30, 2013

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Based on just performance would you recommend the Rawlings Protege or the Louisville Slugger MLBM9YBH?

The Rawlings Protege Big Stick Ash Wood Bat: 151T and the Louisville Slugger M9 Maple Wood Bat: MLBM9YBH are great bats. The Rawlings Protege Big Stick Ash Wood Bat: 151T will feel a little lighter, great for younger players.

Kara Expert ·Feb 22, 2013

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Would you recommend this for a 12 year old playing 13 and under travel baseball?

Sure, the Rawlings Protege Big Stick Ash Wood Bat: 151T Youth With FREE Pine Tar Rag would be a fine selection. This bat will be an approximate -5 length to weight ratio. A player at the age of 12 or 13 should start transitioning from a -8 to a -5. At 14, they will be swinging a -3 BBCOR model in high school. The -5 size is a great transitional size for any player at the middle school age level. This bat will be very balanced in swing weight. The pro cupped end will also provide an easier swing weight as well.

Brandon Expert ·Nov 28, 2012

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