Baseball Bats Size Chart

Guide Baseball Bat barnett ENG 2014 3
Wood Type
ASH (Northern
White Ash)
Maple
Birch
Bamboo
Overall
Characteristics
Less dense;
more flexible
Dense; heavier;
not flexible
Hard; strong;
with some
flexibility
Light, yet very
strong
Grain
Mix of straight
grain & oval air
pockets
Denser, less
visible, uniform
grain
Fine uniform
grain
Laminated
strips
Pros
The “Gold
Standard”,
Larger sweet
spot
Strength;
Doesn’t
delaminate;
More pop
Larger, Longer
& Lighter bat
designs; Flex
w/ strength
Strong,
Environmental
ly friendly
Cons
Less pop;
Delaminates w/
high usage
More expensive;
Sharp edges
when it breaks
New Material;
No long term
claims
New material;
No long term
claims
2) How to choose the right bat for you
There are some standard rules in choosing the appropriate bat length. The charts
below offer some guidelines based on age, weight and height.
Age
Using your age as a guide, use the chart below to determine the bat
length for you
Determine the length of your Bat by Age
Age
5-7 years old
8-9 years old
10 years old
11-12 years old
13-14 years old
15-16 years old
17+ years old
Height and weight
These are usually better ways to determine what bat length may work best
for you
Determine the length of your Bat by Weight and Height
Your height (inches)
Your
36-40’’
41-
45-48’’
49-52’’
53-
57-60’’
61-64’’
65-68’’
69-72’’
73’’+
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