Drop 3 Baseball Bats
Drop 3 baseball bats are the required bats for high school and college play. Choosing the right drop 3 baseball bat is a great step forward for your hitting career. To start, the term drop 3 refers to the weight to length ratio of the bat. To explain, if a bat is 31 inches in length then it will weigh 28 ounces. The ratio is very important, and in this case it helps translate more power per inch to your swing. A higher weight drop will result in less overall mass and less pop upon contact. Bats with a higher weight drop are not legal for high school and college play.
The drop 3 baseball bats certification is known as BBCOR. BBCOR bats from the likes of Easton, Demarini and Rawlings are some of the most popular on the collegiate level, especially for large D-1 schools like Virginia, Maryland, UNC, etc. You'll see college athletes use metal BBCOR bats all the time. College players tend to like the ping sound you get from an alloy bat. Composite BBCOR bats tend to have a wider sweet spot, so they are considered more forgiving to hitters. Practicing at a young age with a denser bat can prove beneficial to you as you get older and gain more strength and experience. These drop 3 baseball bats are available in multiple sizes for youth and adult players. So starting young with a drop 3 baseball bat can only help you in the long run.
Drop 3 Bats
Made with composite and alloys BBCOR bats offer a wide array of hitting perks. All available in drop 3 bats, we even offer wooden baseball bats that have the same drop 3 weight to length ratio. So if you are a bit old fashioned and love the crack of a wooden bat, we have just the bat for you. There are so many options when trying to choose a drop 3 bats. Feel free to reach out to the experts at Baseball Bargains to help identify which drop 3 baseball bats might be right for you.