Bookmark This Page

HomeHome SitemapSitemap Contact usContacts

Senior League Baseball Bats

Baseball bats are available in both wood and a variety of metal versions; purists often prefer the wood bat, but aluminum or other alloy bats are usually standard at non-professional levels. Wood bats still have their own beauty as well as technical advantages; for example, the baseball player who practices with a wood bat can get more oomph from an aluminum bat, due to differences in weight and a more precise “sweet spot.”


Senior League baseball bats are designed for kids 13-15 years old. Most senior baseball leagues opt for aluminum bats as the standard. Quality Senior League baseball bats generally cost around $200 and up. The more expensive bats boast a tough, hard aluminum alloy or other high-tech composite designed to weigh less and punch more. Usually, the thinner the bat’s walls are, the more expensive the bat. This is because it requires a more advanced shell. However, there are plenty of used bats available that can cost as little as $25.


When purchasing Senior League baseball bats, consider the player’s height and weight. Select a bat that gives you the most length for the least amount of weight. Baseball bats are given ratings based on their length (inches) and weight (ounces). So, if a bat with a rating of (-10) is 33 inches long, it weighs 23 ounces. The higher the negative number, the lighter the bat is for its length.


Picking the wrong baseball bat can hinder a potentially good hitter. In fact, when choosing a bat, you should give it the ultimate test by actually hitting pitched balls. This allows the batter to get a true feel for the grip, length, weight, and sweet spot. Go to a local batting cage and try out a multitude of bats, or borrow bats at a local Senior League practice before you make one of the most important investments in baseball.


Baseball Bats Info provides detailed information on youth, wood, college, senior league, and discount baseball bats, baseball bat reviews and more. Baseball Bats Info is the sister site of Baseball Gloves Web.


Source: www.isnare.com