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The “drop” as some may call it, the number with the minus in front of it as others call it, or the length-to-weight ratio. What this term defines is the difference between the length of the bat in inches and the weight of the bat in ounces. The larger the number, the lighter the bat. Our bats come in a variety of length-to-weight ratios varying anywhere between a -3 to a -14.
The answer to this question is going to depend on the league that you’re in. Each and every league has its specifications and limitations. The barrel diameter of a bat may come in four different sizes: 2”, 2”, 2”, and 2”.
One is not better than the others. Each material is going to offer unique pros and cons. What it ultimately comes down to is a personal preference.
Typically, a larger barrel diameter will result in a larger sweet spot or hitting surface. The pop of a bat is not a physically measured feature. It will vary from player to player and bat to bat.
Not all bats feature a warranty, but most alloy and composite bats feature a full twelve-month manufacturer’s warranty. Warranties will differ from bat to bat. If your baseball bat or softball bat should break or become defective, and it comes with a warranty, you need to go through the warranty replacement process with the manufacturer.