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Tater Bats TB-271LL Maple Wood Baseball Bat. Shown here with a Grey Finish and Gold detailing.
Tater Bats TB-271LL Maple Wood Baseball Bat. This closeup of the barrel shows the Grey Finish and Gold detailing.
Tater Bats TB-271LL Maple Wood Baseball Bat. This closeup of the barrel at an angle shows the Grey Finish, cupping and Gold detailing.
Tater Bats TB-271LL Maple Wood Baseball Bat. Shown here with a Blue Finish and White detailing.
Tater Bats TB-271LL Maple Wood Baseball Bat. This closeup of the barrel shows the Blue Finish and White detailing.
Tater Bats TB-271LL Maple Wood Baseball Bat. This closeup of the barrel at an angle shows the Blue Finish, cupping and White detailing.
Tater Bats TB-271LL Maple Wood Baseball Bat. Shown here with a Navy Finish and White detailing.
Tater Bats TB-271LL Maple Wood Baseball Bat. This closeup of the barrel shows the Navy Finish and White detailing.
Tater Bats TB-271LL Maple Wood Baseball Bat. This closeup of the barrel at an angle shows the Navy Finish, cupping and White detailing.

Tater Bats Model TB-271LL Wood Baseball Bat | Maple

$89.00
  • SKU: 1735
  • Availability: in stock Many in stock Out of stock You can purchase this product but it's out of stock
  • Vendor: Tater Bats
  • Product Type: Playing Bats
DESCRIPTION

This youth bat's barrel diameter comes in 2.25" in order to comply with Little League and local baseball standards.

The TB-271LL wood baseball bat is perhaps the most consistently popular bat in the major leagues since its introduction in the early 1970s. For over three decades, the classic flared knob and balance has been preferred by power and poke hitters alike.

The TB-271 has a faster transitional from the taper to the barrel of the bat making it feel more balanced. Hitters swinging the TB-271 will definitely be able to feel the barrel more so than hitting swinging the TB-P72. The TB-271 is used by contact hitters and power hitters alike.

Maple is the most popular wood used to make bats. Maple is very hard and dense wood which many say helps the ball jump off the barrel of the maple bat. Maple bats are hard giving little to no flex. Maple is usually preferred to advanced hitters looking to add pop and distance to their swing.

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