Rated 3.4 out of 5 by 84
Rated 4 out of 5 by tmk12345 good bat for a good hitter
This bat is excellent for the price. Lets face it all wood bats break and the cheaper the better. You can break a 200 dollar bamboo wood bat if you hit it right, or a 400 dollar metal bat for that matter. So for all those reviews saying it vibrates, its not durable, it shatters. yes that is all true, but, wood bats are for good hitters. they teach you to hit the ball on the sweet spot and make your hitting ability better. therefore, if your using it correctly(gripping tight enough, hitting it well on the barrel) you will do amazing with this bat and your hitting skills will show because of it.
March 26, 2014
Rated 4 out of 5 by mob79 i havent used it yet
i haven't used it yet but it looks and feels like a quality bat, i got it on clearance for 24.99, so you cant beat that price, im sure its a good bat, if you take it to the batting cages where the speed is 80+ mph im sure it will break eventually but most bats at this price will, i bought two, ill use one for the cages and one for the field
March 23, 2014
Rated 3 out of 5 by tony Misplaced price tag
Price tags were placed directly on the finished bat where you are not able to remove the tag without leaving a sticky film. In trying to use a small amount of rubbing alcohol and goo gone it removed part of the finish on the bat rendering it useless for autographs.
February 5, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by nickname Needed it for a Halloween costume
I wasn't using this bat for it's intended purpose. I used it as an accessory for a Halloween costume. Now it will sit under my bed and collect dust unless someone breaks into my house... then I'll smack a home intruder with it.
October 29, 2013
Rated 1 out of 5 by bretski Bat cracks easily.
I broke 3 of these bats in 2 days. The quality is not good. The bat does not feel solid, and it stings your hands when hitting a ball.
Recommend higher quality bats.
September 17, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by GOZER the DESTRUCTOR SORIANOWOULDBEPROUD
picked up a 33" C 243 Evan Longoria non cupped last week.my life is now better.this bat can hit 300 feet without a pitcher or a tee. at first it only made a dull sound,now it cracks since i got a feel for it. best balance,handle and feel of any bat i picked up. i showed it to everybody at my job as if i were doing "show and tell". i need binoculars to see where the ball lands sometimes. i am 43 years old 5 ft 8 /161 lbs. my sons and their friends are in awe of the power of the LOUISEVILLE SLUGGER. the pale blonde wood also looks great. the grain pattern looks like an expensive salmon filet.i am looking for a 40+ league so i can play and put this bad boy to work.
September 11, 2013
Rated 2 out of 5 by Pathejacker Ok for price
Got this bat to play fall ball great pop hit a home run. Unfortunately it split in half on my third at bat
August 2, 2013
Rated 4 out of 5 by BBoy Great Bat for the Money!
Grabbed one of these bats from my son who was competing in a 12U wood bat tournament as a spare. Hit a home run with it. He was very impressed and complemented the bats "POP". I would like to see different colors offered, or maybe a little better quality finish, but Its a very inexpensive bat!! Lasted 7 games so far, and still in his bag.
July 30, 2013
Rated 4 out of 5 by JBaller Half decent
It's a decent bat for the price. Has exceptional pop but get jammed anywhere and say goodbye. In a home run derby I used it and broke on the second pitch. I still used it and hit 4 other bombs including the one that it wa broke on. Long-term? Get a maple.
July 16, 2013
Rated 3 out of 5 by JHill-27 It's an Ash bat, what do you expect?
It's a White Ash bat for $25, what do you expect out of it? I generally snap these bats like twigs, so I only use them for BP and as a backup to a better bat. I have 3 of these right now, 2 of them with duct tape all over to keep the splits held together and splinters from flying. The other one I use as backup in case my maple or bamboo bats break. If you're looking for a cheap bat to last a few games, or a bat for BP, it's a good value. If you're looking for a game bat to last a year or two, spend the $80-$90 on a better quality bat.
July 2, 2013