How Split Billets Make Better, Stronger, and Safer W...

Back in the day, baseball players made their own bats. Historically, all wood baseball bats were made by splitting logs, and then turning those triangular staves into round billets. This resulted in wood baseball bats that had straight-grained wood, which is exactly what you are after.
Ink Dot: Why is it important to your game? The Ink Dot is the stamp of the highest quality wood bat. Bats that feature the Ink Dot signify that they are in the top 3 percent of wood from the harvest and they satisfy the strict slope of grain requirements by Major League Baseball. Indicating that your bat is big league quality and approved. All playing bats sold by The Wood Bat Factory carries this seal of approval. This guarantee...
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The Great Debate - Wood VS Metal

The great debate of which type of baseball bat is better has raged on for years, and will more than likely continue long into the future. Which is better? A Wood bat, or metal bat? Performance, Affordability, Safety. We've got you covered.
The great debate of which type of baseball bat is better has raged on for years, and will more than likely continue long into the future. Which is better? A Wood bat, or metal bat? However, for any batter that is trying to improve their swing, their batting average, their RBIs, or just their game in general - the debate is over. Wood is the clear choice. In this blog we'll look at three key metrics to ending the debate.1....
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