D-Bat Senior League Hybrid Baseball Bats are a maple hybrid that is the lightest big-barrel youth bat on the market. It is designed to feel comparable to a metal bat.
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This maple hybrid is the lightest big-barrel youth bat on the market and is designed to feel comparable to a metal bat. It has a length/weight ratio of -8 to -10.
Wood Type: Maple Only
Lengths: 27" - 30"
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S. CHIDDISTER (Michigan) on June 25, 2013
After having these on backorder forever we received our bats. We had heard some good things about these bats but were a little disappointed. Lightweight for sure with good bat speed but perhaps too light. My son won't use it because it stings the bejesus out of his hands (like it was a cracked bat but its not). We simply went with another product as a result and the other products have worked just fine. Just wasn't for us.
A. MELONE (New York) on April 8, 2013
The bat weight was good; however on my sons first swing of the season the bat cracked. Not sure if this was bad luck, or a bad bat.