I love playing in wood bat leagues, tournaments, and games. I love hearing the crack of the wood bat and seeing the ball fly in to the gaps or over the fence. You just can’t hide your flaws hitting with a wood bat. Here are the 3 things that happened when I switched to the Baum bat.
3. I gained confidence: I became a more confident hitter with the Baum Bat. At first I was skeptical of the company’s statement that the bat was, “nearly indestructible, 400x stronger than wood.” But taking my first hit off “The Hands” without the bat breaking made me a believer. That was all I needed to step up to the plate with more confidence.
2. I hit the ball harder. I’ve used various brands of maple bats, D-bats, Diablo Bats, Sam Bats, Marucci Bats, and Louisville Slugger to name a few. The ball seemed to jump off my Baum Bat, unlike the other brands. I definitely hit more home runs and extra base hits with my Baum Bat.
1. I saved money. The Baum Bat is more expensive than other composite wood and maple bats; However, I was able to save money in the long run. I’ve had my 3 Baum Bats for about 8 years. I bought 2 (33 in., 30 oz.) for my adult baseball team and 1 34in., 31 oz. bat for myself. Prior to buying the three Baums, I’ve spent $1000+ on team and personal wood bats in about 2 years. I’m glad I made the change, I know my wallet is.