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US9T12-3018

Rawlings 2018 Threat USA Baseball Bat 30 inch 18 oz
$124.00


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Great USA Bat for your Smaller USA leauge players! A little overweight like ALL Bats but still the lightest USA Bat and Lightest MOI or swing weight. This bat has some Sting but my son has never complained about it. He's 6 playing 8U and has hit to the fence a few (4)times for in the park HR. Lots of Tripple's when the opposite team sees a smaller hitter and underestimates them.Don't listen to your VOLUNTEER "Coach" when he's says the bat is dead because it doesn't "ping" or it's too heavy for your childIt has solid pop in the USA Spectrum and it is THE LIGHTEST! 1

11 comment Report abuse Comment Great weight balance Reviewed in the United States on September 13, 2018Style Name: -12Configuration: 27 inch / 15 oz I bought this for my 6 year old who is playing with 7/8 year olds. We had initially purchased the -11 Rawlings Prodigy, but it was so too heavy that it handled more like a -8. This bat is just perfect. The weight distribution feels like a true -12 and he has a much easier time getting it through the zone. Like any USA bat, this lacks some of the pop of a USSA bat, but with the new regulations theres nothing you can do about that. 1

The length of the bat is very important Reviewed in the United States on November 23, 2018Style Name: -12Configuration: 30 inch / 18 oz I read multiple websites that an 8 year old should have a 30 inch larger barrel (sometimes called senior league which just means large barrel) bat based on weight and height. Lol That is not the case at all. The length of the bat is SO important. For a young 8 year old 28 inch bat is perfect (even if they are on the taller side). This is a very light weight bat and swings really well. Dont make my mistake and get a 30 inch bat for an eight year old. I am guessing 30 inch bat would be for a 10 year old. But really the younger kids want the thicker barrel so they can hit the ball. I would think by age ten a child would probably want a more narrow bat to swing really fast and a larger barrel would slow them down. I would suggest this bat for age nine and younger.

Best USA bat for smaller and/or younger players! Reviewed in the United States on August 31, 2018Style Name: -12Configuration: 27 inch / 15 oz We bought the 27/15 and this is the best USA bat for the smaller & younger players, hands down. My son is almost 6, is 4'1" and about 52 lbs and has no trouble swinging this bat with speed and accuracy. I made the mistake and initially bought a 27/17 and it was just too heavy. We tried a 27/16 and it wasn't much better. He was discouraged with the heavier bats, and has been doing great with this bat! 1

Its alright for the price Reviewed in the United States on June 11, 2018Style Name: -12Configuration: 30 inch / 18 oz I purchased the 30 inch model, for 12U Cal Ripken. Its been used for half the season with no defects to the construction so far. I have noticed that it has descent pop when the batter is strong enough to get bat speed up, otherwise it can sound dead and the ball just dribbles of it. Also, this being a 1 piece bat, it WILL sting without hitting the sweet spot. The sweet spot is about 3 inches, anything on either side of the sweet spot will result in vibration. Would I buy this bat again? Probably not. Like others have said, it does weigh more then advertised and the 1 piece design can cause hesitation from batters not willing to deal with the sting. The market for a full composite bat @ around $150 is almost nonexistent, otherwise be ready to spend $300-$400 for 2 piece composites.

11 comment Report abuse Comment Go ahead and buy it... Reviewed in the United States on SeptemStyle Name: -12Configuration: 27 inch / 15 oz My son went from hitting in the infield to the outfield with this bat. Weighs close to approximate weight. At 7 years old his swing speed has increased and with the bigger barrel he connects the ball more. No the bat doesn't "ping" like the other bats, but does that really matter? The answer is no!

Great bat at a great price Reviewed in the United States on January 20, 2019Style Name: -12Configuration: 28 inch / 16 oz My son just turned 7 and 51.5" tall and this bat is pretty much perfect for him. If anything it could be an inch shorter but I wanted the 28" so hopefully he can use it for more than one season. It's not easy to find a drop 12 full composite at this price point (I paid $100) so I'm very happy with it. As far as the bat's performance, so far so good. Haven't had any complaints of stinging hands and it definitely doesn't have the ringing sound that annoyed me with the cheaper alloy bats. He's hitting the ball harder with it but I think most of that has to with the fact that I finally got him to step into the pitch, so overall there is more power and bat speed.

11 comment Report abuse Comment This is a decent composite bat at this price point. Reviewed in the United States on June 22, 2018Style Name: -12Configuration: 29 inch / 17 oz This bat has a good pop and is well constructed. My son is 9 years old and had played travel ball for several years. Several players of all different skill, size and swing speeds have tried this bat this season. All with different results. You definitely have to have a higher swing speed to get this bat to perform to its potential. Players with slower bat speed wont find this bat helpful compared to the more expensive 2-piece composite bats. Sure its better than most all of the aluminum bats at this price point. But if I had to do it again, I would have spent the extra investment for a 2-piece composite.

Like all USA bats it is overweight Reviewed in the United States on April 21, 2018Style Name: -12Configuration: 28 inch / 16 oz Got it today. My 8u Son loves it. Like all USA bats it is overweight. My scale says 17.5 oz It is supposed to 16 oz.It is the lightest USA bat we own so far the other two being an Eason 18oz actual 21oz and an axe bat 20 oz actual 22 oz I will update after we use it for the remainder of the season.

11 comment Report abuse Comment Absolutely perfect! I had a tough time finding a bat ... Reviewed in the United States on May 18, 2018Style Name: -12Configuration: 28 inch / 16 oz Absolutely perfect! I had a tough time finding a bat that my 6 year old could swing comfortably this season ( because of the new bat requirements) and I'm so glad I splurged and bought this one! If you have a smaller child that is having a difficult time with the heavier bats this year, I highly recommend this bat! My little guy plays on an 8 and under team and is hitting like one of the "big boy's" again.

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