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Published on: 24 Apr 2017 by annaseo

The Differences Between Aluminum Bats And Wood Bats

I hear
the question all the time, "Which is better for kids, the aluminum
baseball bat, or the wood baseball bat?" Let's take a quick look at
there differences and then you can decide for yourself.

In Little
League Baseball everyone thinks that the aluminum baseball bat is the
best thing since sliced bread. I've heard many coaches, players and
parents as well talk about these bats giving their kids the ability to
hit the ball farther than ever. You'd think they were ready to go to the
big leagues. I think they are a little mistaken though. Yes, an
aluminum bat will give you more power, but a $200 bat isn't going to get
an offer from the NY Yankees anytime soon.

One thing is for sure,
an aluminum bat will go farther than wood. In fact, it is approximately
a 10% increase. The ball also comes of the bat much faster and with
more power. Well, that sounds great, but it can come with a cost. Using
only aluminum bats can create many bad habits over several years of use.

truth of the matter is, it's all about the sweet spot on a bat. This is
the area on the barrel of the bat that will really makes a ball fly
with maximum force and velocity.

Every baseball bat, regardless of
whether it is aluminum or wood all have a sweet spot. The difference is
that the sweet spot on an aluminum bat is bigger. It's also more
forgiving than a wood bat Best wood bats. This is something that is important. It gives
kids of all abilities a better chance to hit the ball. Even with poor
hitting habits you can be a more productive hitter than you can with a
wood baseball bat.

The downside is that you can get used to
hitting with an aluminum bat and later fail miserably at the pro level.
There have been many cases of good college hitters that used aluminum
bats, then fail at the pro level because they couldn't hit with a wood

The best method is to use a combination of both wood and
aluminum. Use a wood bat for practice. Then, at game time Best baseball bats 2017, use the
aluminum bat. I think you'll really like the results.

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