Senior league baseball bats are big barrel bats. There Barrels are at least an inch larger than a regular little league baseball bat and are recommended for travel baseball.
a -7.5 Bat is used. they are also called Senior league bats
No, composite bats, including those that use carbon fiber, have been banned for use in Little League.
Yes, but why use it, it isn't better than aluminum
Combat baseball bats can cost anywhere from $70 for a junior bat to $270 for a Senior League baseball bat. They can be purchased at the Amazon online store.
The baseball bats used in major league baseball are 42 inches long, they can not exceed that length.
The national league "Senior League" refers to the youth league after "Little League" but before High School. Senior League players are usually between the ages of 13-15 and/or grades 7-9. Most Senior Leagues allow bats larger than the 2.25" Little League approved bat diameter, and bats can be lighter than the High School -3 minimum weight/length, but the bat weight ratio limits vary with the specific senior league organization. For example, Catholic Youth Athletic Association limits grade 7-8 bats to -7 weight ratio (no lighter). So, be careful when shopping for a "Senior League" bat as the rules for different organizations are less consistent than they are for the 9-12 year olds that usually follow Little League rules.
Yes, you can use them.
No. There is only set size for the MLB. You would not be able to get away with a bat of a different size.A player usually has about 5 bats that is specifically 'his'. That is why you see players put their bats back into 'cubbies' when they go back to the bench.They are allowed to add their personal preference of pine tar to the bat, which is why they have their own.
this is a little late but as of January 1 2011 composite bats have been banned from little league baseball.
I just picked up a sweet Easton Stealth from this site. It's definitely worth checking out. This site has a ton of different bats. I use it to buy bats for my son's league.
wooden bats made by any company
Professional baseball rules require the use of wooden bats only.
At Chandler Bats of course!!
Players in the MLB are supplied bats by their team.
For one thing, colleges use metal bats and the MLB uses wood bats. That is about it.