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One of the most common questions we field is "How light can you make my bat?" or "I want the biggest barrel possible but it has to be -3!".  Something has to give and the majority of players hink that swinging a lighter baseball bat is the best thing they can do for their performance at the plate.    Baseball players need to stop thinking like this. Why? 1) The lighter a wood bat, the less dense the wood.  In order to produce a wood bat that is a -3, we need to start with a lighter wood billet.  The...

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One of the first things you might notice about your new bat is the “ink dot” on the handle of the wood.  Back in 2009, there were many concerns about the safety and durability of wood bats; specifically maple bats.  Major League Baseball commissioned studies to see how the safety of maple bats could be increased.  Prairie Sticks, is committed to providing the best possible to wood, and every maple and birch bat we produce gets the ink dot test.  If you purchased a bat with a stained/painted handle you will see a 1” circle around the ink dot for inspection...

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