World Series MVP Corey Seager swings the Trinity CS271 in 34 inch/32 ounce (-2) length to weight ratio. The model is a slightly beefed-up version of the 271. The CS271 features a medium tapered barrel and a medium handle complemented by a comfortable flared knob. These characteristics increase the density which increases exit velocity and durability of the bat. Birch wood continues to eat into Maple market share.
Bat companies often like to say that the 271 and similar cuts like the M110 are good for players transitioning from metal to wood, but that shouldn’t be a turn-off to those that are experienced with wood. After all, its good enough for the World Series MVP, too. Get it for $139 at TrinityBatCo.com.