Phoenix Phoenix Model BB71B Wood Bat | Birch | 32" (-3)
Traditional Knob | Medium Handle
Gradual Transition | Medium Barrel
32" (-3) Slightly End Loaded
$129.00
Phoenix Bats Model BB71 Wood Baseball Bat typical user: - Singles/doubles hitter that values bat speed & light weight- 1, 2, 9-hole batter in the line-up- Average size/build hitter for high school bat STATS: 2-1/2" slightly weighted barrel for fast swing- 15/16" medium flared, average size handle- Enough knob to catch hand- -3 drop (length - 3 = weight)
Phoenix Phoenix Model BB71B Wood Bat | Birch | 33" (-3)
Traditional Knob | Medium Handle
Gradual Transition | Big Barrel
33" (-3) Slightly End Loaded
$129.00
Phoenix Bats Model BB71 Wood Baseball Bat typical user: - Singles/doubles hitter that values bat speed & light weight- 1, 2, 9-hole batter in the line-up- Average size/build hitter for high school bat STATS: - 2-1/2" slightly weighted barrel for fast swing- 15/16" medium flared, average size handle- Enough knob to catch hand- -3 drop (length - 3 = weight)
Phoenix Phoenix 141HD Wood Bat | Birch | 31" (-2)
Traditional Knob | Medium Handle
Gradual Transition | Medium Barrel
31" (-2) Balanced
$109.00
The Phoenix 141HD Wood Baseball Bat is geared toward the batter who: is a 3, 6, 7-hole guy for pop without end weight Hits for average, so seeks a balanced bat that blends good pop with good bat speed Values extra durability vs customizing bat Wants bat fast (ships same/next day) with no rush fee STATS: 2-1/2" balanced, moderate length, cupped barrel 15/16" fairly straight handle into average width knob to rest hand on
Phoenix Phoenix Model DRD4 Wood Bat | Ash | 29" (-5)
Flared Knob | Medium Handle
Quick Transition | Big Barrel
29" (-5) End Loaded
$105.99
The DR series of wood baseball bats are perfect for the transition of a young player moving from a youth bat to a bat with a full-size barrel.Normally, at age 12-13, a hitter outgrows their K455, K240, or K271 wood youth bat. This is a result of physical size, league requirements and/or the speed of pitching now faced. Stick with a youth bat and the chance of breaking the wood bat increases greatly. Go to a high-school weight bat too soon and your young hitter starts picking up bad habits (like dropping the shoulder and dragging the bat through the strike zone).Enter the DRD4 to give the big 12-13 year old a power hitter's wood bat. The DRD4 transition bat is another great option for the youth player moving from a lighter weight bat and looking for something heavier before advancing to an adult bat. The DRD4 is similar to our DR271, but the difference is in the handle and knob. The flare on the DRD4 is classified as a medium flare and has a slight lip on the knob. Modeled after the RD4 for the Astros Ronnie Dawson.
Phoenix Phoenix DR271 Wood Bat | Maple | 29" (-5)
Traditional Knob | Medium Handle
Gradual Transition | Medium Barrel
29" (-5) End Loaded
$105.99
The Phoenix Bat DR271 wood baseball bat typical user: Big, muscular 12-13 yr power guy getting ready for high school ball Wants more hitting area and has size to handle barrel end weight Likes more cone shaped knob for more flare than traditional style Too big for youth bat but not ready for weight of full size bat STATS: 2-1/2" high school size barrel but at more manageable weight Longer hitting area makes for end-weighted power bat 15/16" flares out into just enough knob to catch hand -5 drop (length - 5 = weight)
Phoenix Phoenix Model HR1421 Wood Bat | Maple | 31" (-4)
Flared Knob | Medium Handle
Gradual Transition | Long/Medium Barrel
31" (-4) Slightly End Loaded
$159.99
This bat has two main attributes that make it a power hitter's dream wood bat: higher wood density and performance. The HR1421 professional wooden bat combines two of our most popular professional bat models. The barrel comes from the LA43, making it longer for more hitting area (also known as sweet spot). The density of wood used adds more pop for longer hits. Normally, the long barrel of the HR1421 pro bat would make this wood bat top heavy. But, the biggest flared knob we offer balances out the bat. Coming in at a moderate drop weight of -2.5, it is one of the more "swingable" power hitter bats. This professional series wood bat allows you to generate more bat speed versus a traditional power hitter's wood bat. So, if you are looking for a really balanced power hitters bat, but still want a long, dense barrel, the HR1421 is your bat!
Phoenix Phoenix Model BB71M Wood Bat | Maple | 30" (-3)
Traditional Knob | Medium Handle
Gradual Transition | Big Barrel
30" (-3) Slightly End Loaded
$139.99
Phoenix Bats Model BB71 Wood Baseball Bat typical user: - Singles/doubles hitter that values bat speed & light weight- 1, 2, 9-hole batter in the line-up- Average size/build hitter for high school bat STATS: - 2-1/2" slightly weighted barrel for fast swing- 15/16" medium flared, average size handle- Enough knob to catch hand- -3 drop (length - 3 = weight)
Phoenix Phoenix Model K240B Wood Bat | Birch | 27" (-7)
Traditional Knob | Medium Handle
Gradual Transition | Small Barrel
27" (-7) Balanced
$90.00
Phoenix Bats Model K240B Wood Baseball Bat Typical User: 5-11 yr old for more inside pitch protection Inexperienced 10-11 yr old wood user, especially for wood bat games & tourneys Youth wants improved swing in lessons/BP Hitter needing bat that meets Little League & new USA Baseball wood bat standards STATS: 2-1/4" balanced barrel 15/16" slightly tapered handle Properly weighted Properly balanced to durability -7 drop (length - 7 = weight)
Phoenix Phoenix Model F110M Wood Bat | Maple | 33" (-2)
Traditional Knob | Thick Handle
Gradual Transition | Long/Medium Barrel
33" (-2) Slightly End Loaded
$129.00
Phoenix Bats Model F110M Wood Baseball Bat Typical User: Singles/doubles hitter desires longer hitting area for bigger hits. Can handle the little extra weight to get it Player with bigger hands or who needs some added inside pitch protection STATS: 2-1/2" balanced barrel, cupped, longer vs singles/doubles bat 1" slightly thicker handle Enough knob to catch your hand on -2.5 drop (length - 2.5 = weight)
Phoenix Phoenix DR271 Wood Bat | Birch | 29" (-5)
Traditional Knob | Medium Handle
Gradual Transition | Medium Barrel
29" (-5) End Loaded
$95.00
The Phoenix Bat DR271 wood baseball bat typical user: Big, muscular 12-13 yr power guy getting ready for high school ball Wants more hitting area and has size to handle barrel end weight Likes more cone shaped knob for more flare than traditional style Too big for youth bat but not ready for weight of full size bat STATS: 2-1/2" high school size barrel but at more manageable weight Longer hitting area makes for end-weighted power bat 15/16" flares out into just enough knob to catch hand -5 drop (length - 5 = weight)
Phoenix Phoenix Model BB71B Wood Bat | Birch | 32.5" (-3)
Traditional Knob | Medium Handle
Gradual Transition | Big Barrel
32.5" (-3) Slightly End Loaded
$129.00
Phoenix Bats Model BB71 Wood Baseball Bat typical user: - Singles/doubles hitter that values bat speed & light weight- 1, 2, 9-hole batter in the line-up- Average size/build hitter for high school bat STATS: - 2-1/2" slightly weighted barrel for fast swing- 15/16" medium flared, average size handle- Enough knob to catch hand- -3 drop (length - 3 = weight)

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