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This really is a question with no answer. The question also leaves out -10's, -8's, and -5's. You want a bat that you can swing fast enough and be comfortable with. A heavier bat will carry itself better when you hit the ball, ecspecially if you can get good bat speed. That's the reason people get heavier bats. Just get a bat that you can swing good but it should not feel like a twig.

This really is a question with no answer. The question also leaves out -10's, -8's, and -5's. You want a bat that you can swing fast enough and be comfortable with. A heavier bat will carry itself better when you hit the ball, ecspecially if you can get good bat speed. That's the reason people get heavier bats. Just get a bat that you can swing good but it should not feel like a twig.

the lightest -3 is 28 ounces

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Well I have been playing Baseball for 10 years.and last nighr 5/30/12 I hit a triple with a drop 3 but a drop 12 is good aswell but drop 3 is best

Q: Which drop on a baseball bat is the best a -3 or -12?

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a demarini -13,-12,-11 or -10 drop

The -12 is the 'drop' of the bat and means the number of ounces the bat weighs is 12 less than the number of inches the bat is in length. If you have a 32 inch bat, a -12 drop means the bat weighs 20 ounces. If you have a 30 inch bat, a -12 drop means the bat weighs 18 ounces. If you know the length of the bat in inches and the drop, you can figure out how many ounces the bat weighs.

I doubt there is a rule requiring a specific drop. Most players at that age would be using -10 or -12.

Bat Length Minus The Drop = Bat Weight "The Drop" is a common term for describing the weight of an aluminum bat. It is unique to aluminum and composite bats as the weight of a wood bat varies somewhat within each bat. The drop simply means you take the length of the bat and subtract the drop to determine the weight. For Example: The DeMarini CF4 is a -10 and is available in 31", 32", 33" and 34". Therefore, a 31" would weigh 21 ounces, a 32" would weigh 22 ounces and so on.

That is called the 'drop'. Subtract the length of the bat in inches from the weight of the bat in ounces and you get the drop, or minus number. EXAMPLE: A 34 inch long bat weighs 30 ounces. 30-34=-4. -4 is the drop of the bat.

It stands for drop 10. The drop of a bat depends on what the length and weight is. You find out the drop by subtracting the weight from the length. So if your bat was 32 inches long and 22 ounces then it would be drop 10 (-10) if your bat was 32 inches and 25 ounces then it would be drop 7 (-7)

Definately the -10 if you swing the bat fast enough, which you'd have to swing pretty slow not to. The -10 is the best for you probably (more pop)

Hi, -12 or -anything is the length to weight ratio. So for example if your bat is 32 inches it will be 20oz

The drop is the second most important thing in sizing a player with a new bat. First is the proper length. Once you determine that, the player should swing the heaviest bat she can get around quickly. That's not to say the heaviest bat, but the heaviest bat she can get good bat speed with. For most high school age girls with above average ability that's -10 or even -9. For high school players with average or below (less than a .300 batting average) as well as younger girls the drop should probably be about -11 or -12. As stated before, the first thing to find out is the proper length. To do that click the Bat Sizing Guide link http://www.aluminumbats.com/batsizingguide-thebattersbox.aspx What is the drop? Bat Length Minus The Drop = Bat Weight "The Drop" is a common term for describing the weight of an aluminum bat. It is unique to aluminum and composite bats as the weight of a wood bat varies somewhat within each bat. The drop simply means you take the length of the bat and subtract the drop to determine the weight. For Example: The DeMarini CF4 is a -10 and is available in 31", 32", 33" and 34". Therefore, a 31" would weigh 21 ounces, a 32" would weigh 22 ounces and so on.

There is a slow-pitch BASEBALL bat is more for Little League. A fast-pitch BASEBALL bat is mostly 10 and under or 12 and under or even 14 and under. There isn't a slow-pitch and a fast-pitch BASEBALL bat. Meaning they cant be morphed together.

34 inch marucci

Depends who swings it. But i have seen the techzilla and it has some major pop to it. I would recomend the techzilla to kids ages 12 and down due to the fact that when they get older they need to use drop 3 bats and techzillas drop 3 bats are not durable