in the USA yes, in Australia no, in australia it will be labelled on the bats if you are allowed to use that particular bat in middle school.
No, BBCOR bats are required for high school baseball. BBCOR stands for "Batted Ball Coefficient of Restitution."
Most bbcor bats are pretty much standardized, however, my school and others in our conference are going with the Akadema Apocalypse.
Batted Ball Coefficient of Restitution
No. BBCOR is a certification for a baseball bat to be used on the 90-foot base field. I don't even know what BPF is.
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.
everythng that isnt bbcor
Yew: Not sure what that is but i googled it with no luck New: Yes there are 2012 BBCOR bats out now.
You can use Big barrel bats in middle school ball.
Yes you can use them until the spring season of 2012, then you must use BBCOR certified bats. (Right now they are BESR certified)
Miami Hurricanes are using Nike BBCOR bats.
Yes, certain bats are. If they are metal, they must be BBCOR certified. If they aren't, then it's illegal. However, any size of wooden bat is legal for play *as a side-note, I have been umpiring for 3 years, so I know what I'm talking about