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Victus Vandal vs Louisville Solo vs Rawlings VELO ACP - Which is better?? BBCOR Baseball Bat ReviewThe Baseball Bat Bros bring you the final showdown of the ultra light-swinging one-piece alloy + composite end cap BBCOR bats of 2020. These bats share the same design: a full one-piece aluminum bat until the last 10% of the barrel/end cap - which is composite. This allows for a more balanced, light-swinging bat.
Hitting With The Marucci Cat8 - POSEY28 vs CAT8 CONNECT vs CAT8 - BBCOR Baseball Bat ReviewsFollowing a ton of requests from you guys, the Baseball Bat Bros try out the new Marucci Cat8 BBCOR Series. This is a Showdown of the Marucci CAT 8, POSEY 28, and CAT 8 Connect BBCOR Baseball Bats.
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BBCOR vs USSSA Baseball Bats - Which is Better? Comparing the 2020 Easton Maxum 360 Models
The Baseball Bat Bros test out the performance of BBCOR (high school) baseball bats vs. USSSA (youth travel ball) baseball bats. Comparing the two 2020 Easton Maxum's (bbcor and usssa) to see which performs the best and give parents and players the understanding of the difference in the two stamps.
HITTING WITH THE 2020 EASTON ADV 360 - BBCOR Baseball Bat ReviewsThe 2020 Easton ADV 360 is a 2-piece composite bat that swings pretty balanced and will be best suited for contact hitters. In terms of swing weight, we think it swings pretty similarly to the DeMarini CF Insane and DeMarini Voodoo. We thought it was pretty refreshing to come across a 2-piece composite bat that wasn't so overly-balanced. The ADV 360 still had enough mass in the barrel and handle stiffness to hit the ball out of the yard, but a big enough sweet spot and light enough swing to impress contact hitters.
QUATRO PRO vs VELO ACP - Showdown of the Lightest BBCOR Bats - Rawlings BBCOR Baseball Bat ReviewThe Baseball Bat Bros try out two of the lightest swinging BBCOR bats in the game: the 2020 Rawlings Quatro Pro BBCOR and the 2020 Rawlings Velo ACP BBCOR models.
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SELECT PWR vs VOODOO - 2-Piece Alloy Showdown - Louisville & DeMarini BBCOR Baseball Bat ReviewThese are two of the most-used bats in college baseball and definitely fall into the "power bat" category.
While the DeMarini Voodoo has frequently been bucketed into the "balanced" baseball bat discussion. This bat is quite a bit more endloaded than some of its counterparts like the CF Zen & Voodoo One - and is actually more comparable to the CF Insane in terms of its swing weight. That's why we think they dropped the "Balanced" from the name in 2020 - and went back to simply the "Voodoo".
The Select PWR is widely accepted as an endloaded, power-optimized brute. Definitely a bit more swing weight on this one, but it made up for it with a very explosive sweet spot.