It is the legal bat in high school and college that uses an alluminum barrel to progress players towards wooden bats for the future
it depends on your bat. if it is, it says BBCOR APPROVED on the barrel
Yes, on the bat there is a small white rectangle that reads "BBCOR Certified .50" or something like that.
Bat-Ball Coefficient Rating.
No, BBCOR bats are required for high school baseball. BBCOR stands for "Batted Ball Coefficient of Restitution."
i heard that the V12 will be outlawed due to the ridiculous amount of pop it has
Batted Ball Coefficient of Restitution
everythng that isnt bbcor
It means that the ball must come off of the bat under a certain speed.
It is basically an original aluminim/metal bat that has no composite pieces in it or half composite pieces. Now for little leauge, babe ruth, and highschool BBcor bats must be used, although in AAU which is more competitve and considered travel baseball you can use composite bats
rip it prototype II and demarini have the most pop. If your not a power hitter I would suggest looking at the easton speed series they are weighted better but have less pop. Overall though all BBCOR baTs are pretty much the same.