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Youth Big Barrel Baseball Bats

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2014 Easton MAKO Big Barrel Baseball Bat -10oz SL14MKB
2014 Easton Mako Big Barrel Bat Minus 10 ounce SL14MKB
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Reg: $379.95
Sale: $349.95
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2014 Easton MAKO Big Barrel Baseball Bat -9oz SL14MK9
2014 Easton MAKO Big Barrel Bat -9oz
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Youth Big Barrel Bats, also known as Senior Youth Bats, are baseball bats with a "big barrel", meaning these USSSA Approved Bats have either a 2 5/8 inch or 2 3/4 inch diameter barrel. Depending on the rules of your baseball organization, Big Barrel Bats are typically used between the ages of 6 years old and 13 years old. By far the most popular length to weight ratio is Minus 10 Ounces, but Minus 9 and Minus 5 bats are popular as well, depending on the strength, size, and skill level of the batter. Check out our Big Barrel Bat Reviews and the best selection of Closeout Bats for sale online!

Youth baseball bats are toughest to select as  the wrong decision can have a huge impact on your batting stance, hitting technique as well as swing speed. Simply put, you need to concentrate on the size of a youth baseball bat more than anything else. Make sure that the bat you select is ideal for your height and body weight.

 Most youth bats have a drop weight between -10 and -13.5. You already know that the length to weight ratio tells how heavy your bat is when compared to its length. The higher the number, the lighter your bat will be.

So, if a youth bat has a drop weight of -13, you can actually swing it more easily and comfortably compared to an -8 bat. Having said all this, here’s another secret to make your task easier. When it comes to picking the right bat for your size, it is better that you try several models. Once you hold the bat in your hands, check whether or not it is easy to swing and control. Remember, heavier bats are not the easiest, but they give you the ability to hit the ball with great power. 

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