yes as long as on the bat some where it says that this bat is approved for play in Little League
No Little League bat has a bpf of 1.2. As of Jan 2009, a LL bat cannot exceed bpf 1.15.
In the National Baseball League - the pitcher is not only allowed to bat - he is required to. In the American Baseball League, the pticher does not bat. He was replaced in that capacity many years ago by the "designated hitter".
Yes it is! And is a GREAT bat to!
no, it is considered an illegal bat in little league
the batter is out
A Mako bat is a neon orange/green composite bat that is best for little league or major little league. It has great pop and sweet spot is 2/3 of the barrel
If it for use in little league, it is illegal to roll the bat. The player will be disqualified if they are caught. Try Batrolling4u.com... I've had great luck with them
a -7.5 Bat is used. they are also called Senior league bats
That does nothing to help the bat.
Yes, but it must be solidly taped up to (I believe) one-third up the bat. This is to prevent the bat from shattering and hurting the batter or nearby fielders.