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Louisville Slugger Pro Stock Lite Ash Wood Baseball Bat: PLM110B Adult

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Louisville Slugger Pro Stock Lite Ash Wood Baseball Bat: PLM110B Adult
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Reviews for Louisville Slugger Pro Stock Lite Ash Wood Baseball Bat: PLM110B Adult

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Louisville Slugger Pro Stock Lite Ash Wood Baseball Bat: PLM110B Adult
3 Star Rating
by Thomas Ontiveroz
Louisville Slugger Pro Stock Lite Ash Wood Baseball Bat: PLM110B Adult review by Thomas Ontiveroz
Pros: Good Pop Lightweight Cons:not very durable bat broke after my second week of the batting cages maybe 200 pitches in.

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Louisville Slugger Pro Stock Lite Ash Wood Baseball Bat: PLM110B Adult
3 Star Rating
by Jarod C
Louisville Slugger Pro Stock Lite Ash Wood Baseball Bat: PLM110B Adult review by Jarod C
Pros: Very balanced bat. Comfortable handle. Nice looking black finish. My son is a Freshman in high school, and used this bat several times in wood bat tournaments, batting cages, and tee work. He and I are new to the wood bat market, but I was surprised how durable the bat seemed and how he was able to hit outside or inside pitches without it breaking. My son is not the biggest or strongest kid on his team, but he hit some of the furthest shots in a tournament with this bat. He loves it...enough that we bought another one after his first one broke (see Cons below...not really a Con). Cons:There are some places where it looks like the black finish wore off from rubbing against other bats in his bat bag. It's not a big deal, and I think being a bit mindful of it might have prevented it. As for durability, the bat did break...BUT, it was after a teammate, who didn't already own a wood bat, used it and I'm pretty sure did not have the bat turned with the logo facing up. So, the natural strength of the wood grain was facing the wrong direction. And the bat broke at the handle. This teammate is a big kid for a Freshman, and swings very hard. I don't fault the bat, I fault the player for using it wrong.

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