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WBPL14-10CBK-34 Inch

Louisville Slugger Pro Stock Lite M110 Ash Wood Baseball Bat (34 Inch)
$39.99


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Louisville Slugger Pro Stock Lite are -3 or lighter. Louisville Slugger Pro Stock Ash Wood Bat. Strong timber, lighter weight. Pound for pound, ash is the strongest timber available. Ash has flexibility that isn’t found in other timbers, including maple. It tends to flex rather than break. This gives you a larger, more flexible sweet spot in terms of breakage. Due to ash being a lighter gross weight, we can produce a wider range of larger barrel models. Many MLB players use ash wood bat like Joey Votto, Evan Longoria, Derek Jeter, Jay Bruce, Brandon Phillips, Adam Jones, David Wright, Ryan Zimmerman. Features #1 Grade Ash. Black Finish. M110 Turning Model. Cupped End.
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Extremely balanced weight and feel. Good pop for a bat that isn't designed for power hitters. Also durable. I only broke one all last season and it was on a pitch I should not have swung at. I suspect it would have broken any bat since it was so close to my hands. I use this thing in the cage against those heavy rubber balls and it still works great in game. Great workhouse bat, great price. Don't see a need to drop $100-$200 on a piece of lumber.

OK but there is a very small "sweet spot" if ... Reviewed in the United States on March 30, 2017 OK but there is a very small "sweet spot" if you don't hit it just so Hands ring- not impressed

Stay away Reviewed in the United States on June 27, 2016 I know wood bats break, but this one was used in about 7 games--maybe 3 times up at bat each game and it broke.Not worth the cash.

Reviewed in the United States on June 19, 2016 possibly too lite for pro use, feels quite solid though

Reviewed in the United States on August 20, 2015Size: 34-Inch x 14-FeetColor: Black Good

Reviewed in the United States on June 20, 2015 Cracked first time my husband used it.

Poor Quality, Cheap Wood Reviewed in the United States on Bought a 33 inch bat and weighed it when I got it and it only weighed 28 oz. I know it says "at least" -3 weight differential but -5 is ridiculous. It feels like a toy bat in my hand and I'm pretty sure it will break immediately upon use. I'll probably not use it at all. They say it's pro stock but the truth is you're not allowed to used anything less than a -3.5 weight differential in professional baseball so this wouldn't even be legal in rookie league/single A. It looks kind of cool, but that's about it.

0 commentsSort by: Stay away Reviewed in the United States on June 27, 2016 I know wood bats break, but this one was used in about 7 games--maybe 3 times up at bat each game and it broke.Not worth the cash. Reviewed in the United States on June 19, 2016 possibly too lite for pro use, feels quite solid though Reviewed in the United States on August 20, 2015Size: 34-Inch x 14-FeetColor: Black Good Reviewed in the United States on June 20, 2015 Cracked first time my husband used it. Poor Quality, Cheap Wood Reviewed in the United States on Bought a 33 inch bat and weighed it when I got it and it only weighed 28 oz. I know it says "at least" -3 weight differential but -5 is ridiculous. It feels like a toy bat in my hand and I'm pretty sure it will break immediately upon use. I'll probably not use it at all. They say it's pro stock but the truth is you're not allowed to used anything less than a -3.5 weight differential in professional baseball so this wouldn't even be legal in rookie league/single A. It looks kind of cool, but that's about it. 0 commentsSort by:

WBPL14 10CBK 34 Inch

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WBPL14-10CBK-34 Inch

Louisville Slugger Pro Stock Lite M110 Ash Wood Baseball Bat (34 Inch)
$39.99


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Louisville Slugger Pro Stock Lite are -3 or lighter. Loui
 Slugger Pro Stock Lite are -3 or lighter. Louisville Slugger Pro Stock Ash Wood Ba
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ille Slugger Pro Stock Lite are -3 or li
ille Slugger Pro Stock Lite are -3 or lighter. Louisville
isville Slugger Pro Stock Lite are -3 or lighter. Louisville Slugger Pro Stock Ash Wood Ba
isville Slugger Pro Stock Lite are -3 or lig
lugger Pro Stock Lite are -3 or lighter. Louisville Slugger Pro Sto
Louisville Slugger Pro Stock Lite are -3 or lighter. Louisville Slugger Pro Stock Ash Wood Bat. Strong timber, lighter weight. Pound for pound, ash is the strongest timber available. Ash has flexibility that isn’t found in other timbers, including maple. It tends to flex rather than break. This gives you a larger, more flexible sweet spot in terms of breakage. Due to ash being a lighter gross weight, we can produce a wider range of larger barrel models. Many MLB players use ash wood bat like Joey Votto, Evan Longoria, Derek Jeter, Jay Bruce, Brandon Phillips, Adam Jones, David Wright, Ryan Zimmerman. Features #1 Grade Ash. Black Finish. M110 Turning Model. Cupped End.
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WBPL14-10CBK-34 Inch,Elly,01/06/2019,5,, Extremely balanced weight and feel. Good pop for a bat that isn't designed for power hitters. Also durable. I only broke one all last season and it was on a pitch I should not have swung at. I suspect it would have broken any bat since it was so close to my hands. I use this thing in the cage against those heavy rubber balls and it still works great in game. Great workhouse bat great price. Don't see a need to drop $100-$200 on a piece of lumber.
WBPL14-10CBK-34 Inch,Leda,03/25/2019,5,, OK but there is a very small "sweet spot" if ... Reviewed in the United States on OK but there is a very small "sweet spot" if you don't hit it just so Hands ring- not impressed
WBPL14-10CBK-34 Inch,Henry,06/03/2019,5,, Stay away Reviewed in the United States on I know wood bats break but this one was used in about 7 games--maybe 3 times up at bat each game and it broke.Not worth the cash.
WBPL14-10CBK-34 Inch,Hildagard,06/17/2019,5,, Reviewed in the United States on possibly too lite for pro use feels quite solid though
WBPL14-10CBK-34 Inch,Caryn,08/08/2019,5,, Reviewed in the United States on AugustSize 34-Inch x 14-FeetColor Black Good
WBPL14-10CBK-34 Inch,Nathan,06/18/2019,5,, Reviewed in the United States on Cracked first time my husband used it.
WBPL14-10CBK-34 Inch,Lelah,06/01/2019,5,, Poor Quality Cheap Wood Reviewed in the United States on Bought a 33 inch bat and weighed it when I got it and it only weighed 28 oz. I know it says "at least" -3 weight differential but -5 is ridiculous. It feels like a toy bat in my hand and I'm pretty sure it will break immediately upon use. I'll probably not use it at all. They say it's pro stock but the truth is you're not allowed to used anything less than a -3.5 weight differential in professional baseball so this wouldn't even be legal in rookie league/single A. It looks kind of cool but that's about it.
WBPL14-10CBK-34 Inch,Christal,06/05/2019,5,, 0 commentsSort by