I play middle school ball. We are not allowed to use anything but a -3 drop according to our rule book. Hope I helped.
Yes I used a -3 bat the past three years and so did the rest of my team.
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.
This can vary greatly from league to league and town to town. It is best to consult the game umpire for this information
We live in Northern Delaware and the middle school teams, including parochial and private schools follow the rules for High School. These rule allow a drop of -3 on any non-wooden bat. So my answer is to check with your middle school and see what rules they follow.
You must use a -3 bat from 7th grade on.
It depends in what school but usually yes
a -10 bat should be OK because 30-32" would be 20-22 oz. and is what a middle school kid needs.
-5 bat is legal for Central Valley Middle School's , I'm not sure if it has to be BBCOR or BESR.
In Effingham County,Georgia the Middle School uses a -3 drop bat. In nassau county, New York the middle school players have to use a -3
Just depends on what kind of bat it is?
2 5/8 inches