Yes, onlyBBCOR certified bats will be used in the 2012 Baseball season In high school. However, the BBCOR bats are terrible. I prefer you save your money and buy a wood bat.
Yes they do. All Bats need to be besr certified for high school baseball.
-5 bat is legal for Central Valley Middle School's , I'm not sure if it has to be BBCOR or BESR.
Yes you can use them until the spring season of 2012, then you must use BBCOR certified bats. (Right now they are BESR certified)
Yes, as long as it has the BESR stamp on it.
According to the BESR composite bats are compulsory when playing baseball in America sine 2003, however in Mexico they are still illegal and in the UK baseball doesn't exist.
Not necessarily. Here's what we know so far...The NCAA will have a new bat rule which takes effect 1/1/2011.The NFHS will follow that rule on 1/1/2012.Aluminum barrel bats that are BESR certified now will Probably meet the new standard and grandfathered in.To avoid internet hearsay and self-proclaimed "experts", for the most current regulation approved high-school / college (BBCOR) legal bats, see perpetual link below.
Yes but they have to meet a requirement just go to this website and it shows u the bats u can use see below
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well if ur using -3 bats then they have to have a 3 number difference between the length and width and have to be BESR certified. This means that the Bat Exit Speed Ratio of the ball coming off the ball cant b above a certain mph, i think it is 97 mph. If the bat has a BESR sticker on it and is -3 its good
The bat has to have a -3 difference in the length and weight (exp. 32 inches long 29 ounces) and has to be BESR certified. This means the Bat Exit Speed Ratio that the ball can't come off the ball above a certain speed. i believe its 97 mph. So if ur bat is a -3 and has a BESR sticker on it its good
Usually the same as Major Leagues, but only playing 7 innings. The bat has to have a -3 difference in the length and weight (exp. 32 inches long 29 ounces) and has to be BESR certified.
a kid got killed in Georgia with a BESR composite bat. they are trying to prevent that from happening again so BBCOR batshave a lot less pop and "trampoline affect". or they don't jump off the barrel like BESR bats
- Aluminum bats that are BESR certified and labeled as such are legal for play in the 2011 season. .- Any aluminum bat that meets the 2012 standard is legal for play in the 2011 season. .- Any composite bat that meets the 2012 standard is legal for play in the 2011 season. .- If a composite bat is not 2012 compliant (BBCOR and appropriately labeled), it is illegal for play in the 2011 season. .- The BBCOR performance standard positions the performance of non-wood bats to the high end of wood bat performance. .- Composite Bat BBCOR standard requires compliance with Accelerated Break In (ABI) testing; i.e., the bat remains within the performance limits throughout its life. Current composite bats exceed the top performance limit with use. Taso umpires
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The sv12 has a composite handle and a scandium alloy barrel so the barrel is not composite. Even so though the bat is only besr certified so no matter where you play starting spring of 2012 it will be illegal.
Yes... but very hard to find!
It really depends on what league/association you are playing in as some required the new BBCOR certification and others just need a BESR certification which almost all bats have, but if you look at a bat it has the certification printed on it so just look at it before you buy it
Performance standards on non-wood bats have been tightened as they are governed by the BESR (Ball Exit Speed Ratio) standard. In layman's terms, the speed of the batted balls off metal/non-wood bats is comparable to that of the best major league wood bat.This standard has been adopted by the NCAA and the National Federation of State High School Associations.Bats used at the Little League level are governed by the BPF Standard which dictates that the rebound effect of the batted ball off non-wood bats cannot exceed the rebound effect of the batted ball off a wood bat. These standards (both BESR and BPF) are presented to bat makers which they must follow.Mike May Don't Take My Bat Away (www.dtmba.com) 561-427-0657 (office)
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I am looking for that info also. I looked in the rule book and it does not say much other than barrell diameter (2 1/4" and 2 5/8" jr ansd sr) and length. But it also has to be Little League approved. That is the unknown. I know for non-wood it has to be tested (BESR) and have a BPF less or equal to 1.15.
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