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Questions and Answers for Sam Bat Maple Wood Baseball Bat: CD1 Black Adult
Is there any paint transfer on the ball from Sam Bats, the black models especially? Our league made black wooden bats illegal years ago because of it.
I haven't heard of any issues with the Sam Bat Maple Wood Bat (CD1) involving paint transfer regardless of the colors.
Is there any difference besides paint between the CD1 & CD1 walker?
There is not difference between the Sam Bat Maple Wood Bat: CD1 Black Adult and the Sam Bat Maple Wood Bat CD1: Walker/Black Adult other than the color of the handle. Sam bat calls the color of the handle on the second bat "Walker."
I'm deciding between this bat and the Marucci Jose Bautista Maple Wood Bat: JB19 Adult. I'm a contact hitter, I usually bat 2nd for my team. I'm a line drive hitter and I like well balanced bats. Which one should I get?
The Marucci JB19 Adult will be a balanced model that will have a light swing weight. The Sam Bat Maple Wood Bat: CD1 Black Adult does not feature a balanced swing weight. According to customer reviews on this bat is has a really solid balanced feel. It seems both would be a good option for you.
What is the difference between the Sam Bat CD1 and the Sam Bat KB1?
The Sam Bat CD1 has a slightly smaller handle and conventional knob. The Sam Bat KB1 will have a slightly larger handle and a medium flare knob.
Are wood bats like these BBCOR and allowed in high school play?
Wood bats are not governed under the same BBCOR rules as non-wood bats. In a sense, as long as it is 100% wood, it will be legal for high school play. This bat is legal for play in high school and collegiate levels.
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