Louisville Slugger M9 Maple Bat
This bat handles well and has great pop. I got a few singles off the handle so I feel confident the bat will hold up. I definitely see myself getting another when it finally breaks.
May 20, 2013
Solid Wood Bat
Bought this at the same time as the new Omaha TPX for my son. He loves them both. He's been hitting very well in training with this bat. He's conflicted which to use in a game. I told him use both.
March 9, 2013
They should really put the barrel size on the web site when u look at it. Now I'm stuck with it cause it not approved by little league. It's a nice bat.
February 15, 2013
It's a great bat made solid. I will be purchase it again after this one breaks.
October 16, 2012
This is a great bat! Its worth the money and great for teens and those preparing for college. It lasts through the reps and performs well.
August 18, 2012
High school wood bat leagues
My son plays in summer and fall High school wood bat leagues and at times we find ourselves short on bats. This happened after breaking one in a tournament so we quickly picked an extra up. This turned out to be a good hitting bat, for an "over the counter" bat, in fact my son says it is the best hitting bat he's had.
July 16, 2012
good bat for the price
nice bat, balanced and durable, price is right.
July 10, 2012
Love the looks and the feel!
June 26, 2012
Good wood bat
After getting used to swinging a wood bat, my grandson really likes the feel and power.
June 26, 2012
Maple bat lasted whole season
Last summer I played in a Senior baseball league that does not allow metal bats. 4 other players and I used a Louisville Slugger M9 bat for the whole season and it never broke. This is very unusual in my experience with old style wood bats. The M9 has good balance, large sweet spot and as stated, very strong. The only way I would improve the M9 is 34" but lower the weight from 31oz to 30, better to swing.
March 9, 2012