Category: Baseball Bat Reviews

  Don’t want to spend $190 every time you get busted inside?  Neither do I.  To get MLB quality wood bats, you unfortunately almost always have to pay a premium.  Most of us can’t drop that kind of money, but we still want hard wood.  So how can you get […]

Great Lakes Bat Co. PRO GLB R2 Maple Bat Review – $99 Company Overview The Great Lakes Bat Co is a new bat company that joined the scene in January 2017.  While it’s no secret that the wood bat space has become crowded over the past 10 years, Great Lakes […]

2018 Louisville Slugger Solo 618 Review – Price $179.95-$299.95 The 2018 Solo 618, now back for year two, looks to build on its success from last years introduction of the Solo 617.  Structurally, the 618 is essentially a carryover of the 617. It does incorporate new graphics, a smaller knob […]

2018 Rawlings Velo Bat Review – Price $199.95-$299.95 The 2018 Rawlings Velo has been one of the top choices for hitters due to its solid performance and extremely low swing weight. Their Comp Lite end cap has a lot to do with that low MOI (moment of inertia).  The Velo […]

Louisville Slugger Prime 918 Bat Review – Price $349.95-$449.95 In the past few years, the Louisville Slugger Prime has risen to become one of the most popular bat choices for players across the country.  The 2018 Prime 918 looks to continue that trend with a brand new look and some […]

Many of you have heard about the upcoming USA Baseball bat regulations that will be affecting youth baseball.  The primary goal of this new rule is “making our game more uniform at the youth level and ensuring the long-term integrity of the game.”  This new standard will make youth bats […]

Omaha.  The most common word posted in division one college baseball locker rooms across the country.  Usually not known for its extravagance, once a year it turns into the college baseball Mecca.  If you have ever been, you understand the energy that surrounds TD Ameritrade Park (or the old Rosenblatt) […]

BY AARON BARROWS In today’s world, players have more choice than ever when selecting a new non-wood bat.  While there are many factors that make up a decision, in this article we are going to cover the differences between material and construction types. Aluminum / Aluminum Alloy Aluminum has been […]

Editor’s Note: Welcome Aaron, aka The Bat Scout, to What Pros Wear.  We’re lucky to have him (and so are you).  We think that Aaron is the most trustworthy reviewer of bats on the internet.  The reason why is because he is the most qualified.  He was a 4-year starting outfielder at […]

Ever since I started doing this, I’ve been asked a lot of great questions.  The most popular question by far has been to explain the difference between the Louisville Slugger LXT and Xeno.  Well lets not waste any time and dive right in! Bat Xeno Plus LXT Hyper Price (MAP) […]

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