- -3 Length to Weight Ratio
- Approved For Minor League Game Use By Major League Baseball
- Ash Wood Exterior Shell
- Barrel Size of 2.505"
- BBCOR Certified - Approved for H.S. and Collegiate Play
- Composite Reinforcement Surrounding Core
- Foamed Plastic Core
- Free Shipping
- Full Four (4) Month Manufacturer's Warranty
- NCAA, NFHS Approved
- Standard Knob
based on 70 ratings. 70 user reviews.
Baum Bats - world patents pending - are durable, unique wood composite structures that are manufactured under conditions similar to those used to make advanced aerospace products. Baum Bats products are the result of years of intensive research and development in materials science, physics and mechanical engineering. As Baum Bats reputation proves, the Baum Bat is simply the best bat in the world! With the AAA Pro Model Baum Bat, you will: Save money because you not have to buy another wood bat all season. You will without a doubt become a better hitter and prove to coaches, scouts and fans you can hit with a wood bat. Thousands of Baum Bats have been placed in worldwide service in professional baseball, collegiate summer leagues, colleges and high schools. All reports indicate the same thing - the AAA Pro Baum Bat is a wood bat, except it is far more durable. Thousands of hits were attained on some bats while maintaining the inside-jam pitch effectiveness due to bat sting and wood-like ball exit velocity. Umpires, fans, coaches and players could not tell any difference in the game, and most importantly the hitters became noticeably improved at the college and high school level while maintaining the game as it was designed. A designed combination and clone of the five most popular Major League hardwood bats. The AAA Pro Baum Bat hits, feels, looks and sounds exactly like wood, with a maximum diameter of 2.505" and a sweet spot diameter of 2.473". Length to weight ratio of -3 guaranteed weight. The major difference is durability. Imagine not having to replace your wood bat every 20-70 swings when it breaks! This is without a doubt the most durable bat in baseball. The Baum Bat has no equal! The Patented AAA PRO model Baum Bat is the only true high-tech wood composite bat that is BBCOR Certified and legal for high school and collegiate play. This bat features a Four (4) Month Manufacturer's Warranty!
70 Product ReviewsReview This Bat
by nwibl.org - May 03, 2009
Pros: feels light, well ballanced using wilson 1001 balls and they just jump off this bat, can use in a batting cage at 80+ with no sting, best bat I ever bought
by Swingman - Jul 12, 2011
Pros: Did not miss a beat going from BESR to this bat for summer league! Great bat!!
Cons: NOT REALLY ANY
by leadoff - Feb 11, 2009
Pros: Best composite wood bat around. It hits like wood. This bat is filled with a foam like substance and even when I hit it off the handle or the end it never broke. Bought my first one in 2003 and used it until I got a new one in 2008. Still use my old one for BP and the new one in games.
by Luis - Jan 15, 2012
Pros: Good balance.....wonderful bat...is the best bat I've bought
by JayLegit - Feb 07, 2012
Pros: The first time I swung this bat it felt great. 1st at bat hit a screaming line drive up the middle (almost took the pitcher's hat off!) and ever since then I made it a priority to own one for myself although it is expensive. It's a big plus that I don't have to worry about it breaking. - Well Balanced - Great Pop - Durability
Cons: - Expensive - Boring look - Only one design
by 27outs - Mar 07, 2012
Pros: Perfectly weighted, feels light, and the ball flys off. The bat is worth the money, and I will never again by a composite wood that isn't a baum bat.
Cons: price is the single con.
by Jimmy,NJIBL - Apr 11, 2013
Pros: This is the best wood bat I have ever own.it has more pop than my marucci AP05, and my demarini 271, it is also great for some one who just started playing in wood lieges.
Cons: For the price it could look nicer.However, you buy the bat for performance and durability not the looks.
by baller - Jul 27, 2013
Pros: i used this bat in a 32 1/2 and it felt lighter than my 31. this bat has serious power especially for a wood bat. plus the thin handle feels great
Cons: absolutely none at all. BUY THIS BAT NOW
by brian - May 05, 2009
Pros: best wood bat i ever had, the ball jumps off this bat. it will pretty much never break
by logo - May 27, 2009
Pros: Best Wood Bat around to hit and train with it is won't break. Very Good Pop and very little or no sting when hit off the handle.
Cons: no cons at all
by stillbangin' - Jul 02, 2009
Pros: My very first wood bat and I could not be happier. The weight displacement is excellent and the ball explodes off the bat. Also love the knobby handle. Was concerned about buying such an expensive wood bat but after researching a little bit I found you weren't going to find a better bat out there w/that kind of guarantee as well.
Cons: Needs lots of pine tar.
by Kenjr20 - Jul 25, 2009
Pros: Simply AMAZING!!! This bat is used by over half our team and accounts for all of our home runs so far this year. Must have for wood bat leagues.
Cons: Price, but well worth it
by Nicky G - Aug 04, 2009
Pros: My team bought 4 of them and all have lasted through a year of BP. I had to buy one myself. Awesome Pop! Ive gotten fisted, jammed, and hit off the end. Will not Break! Worth the money.
Cons: Kind Slippery. But nothing Pine Tar and tape cant fix,
by george - Mar 22, 2010
Pros: greatest bat my son ever used. you could see the ball jump jump off the bat and i put on a easton grip and my son loves it.
by CROOKSY#27 - Sep 20, 2010
Pros: great bat...best wood composite out there by far...light and very durable
Cons: none what so ever
by Westchase Express Cougars - Apr 29, 2011
Pros: My daughter bought me this bat, and it was the best feeling bat I have used in a long while. My teammates didnt like the small knob at first but it quickly became the most popular bat we had. We averaged 1.4 homeruns per game since getting it. It repeatedly paid for itself. I have 7 minor league players who love it and will be buying one for themselves for next year in Low A and Rookie ball.
Cons: It can be broken in the handle if a batter has weak hands, but Baum Bat will replace it as advertized. Amazing for a smaller company.
by Kainoa - Aug 20, 2011
Pros: Great bat!! Rather use this bat than my new composte.
by soldier - Jan 19, 2012
Pros: used one in rookie ball, works great
Cons: lower price, lol!
by budbud - Feb 18, 2012
Pros: Great balance. It had better balance than my now BBCOR Exogrid2!!!
by on a line - Feb 24, 2012
Pros: has a great feel for a wood bat. was scared to get it at first espically for my first bbcor but it was definatly worth the money
Cons: need griptape for it, no big deal
by Coach - Mar 02, 2012
Pros: If you want a durable product look no further. Hands down the best composite wood bat on the market. Many players say they don't like hitting with wood composite because the ball doesn't come off of the bat like a real wood bat. NOT the case with this bat. Very true wood bat feel.
Cons: If taken care of no problems. If mistreated foam can chip from end cap area and handle knob.
by batboy - May 12, 2012
Pros: the ball flies off the bat and it is very well balanced
Cons: for some reason, my bat is a little crooked...
by pcole - Jan 15, 2013
Pros: Best wood bat I've ever hit with. It gets better as you use it.
Cons: none, except it's pricey.
by Anonymous - Apr 27, 2013
by Tommy G'z - Jun 07, 2013
Pros: this bat has great pop
by Hank - Sep 02, 2013
Pros: Very durable, good pop, very balanced swing.... Recommend to anyone who is serious about baseball and needs a wood bat.
Cons: The bat is very plain, but it preforms which is much more important than the looks.
by john #21 - Jul 29, 2009
Pros: im 15 and i play in a wooden bat league. it is the best possible bat to buy i think on the market for wooden bats
Cons: none, too good
by bigdaddynuffnuff - May 27, 2010
Pros: Large barrel, good pop, the warranty, how it looks,
by Georgia Boy - Jul 31, 2010
Pros: Great Bat! Bought it about a year ago for a practice bat because the team I play for uses wood year round and we have to hit in the cages with wood and every bat i used broke. This one has fisted balls repeatedly and off the end and it has not broken in any way and hits great! Good Pop also.
by mrman - Apr 11, 2012
Pros: Love this bat, Felt good to hit with. But it does break .
Cons: The Baum Factory only has a 6 month return/repair policy . My bat started to split and then broke in half two days after the 6 month mark. They said sorry . So keep the date of of purchase handy in case you need to return or repair within the 6 month date of purchase. Don't know if I will go with another Baum or not.
by Blairmo - May 17, 2012
Pros: These bats are the best conposite type bats available. I love it
by Dave - Dec 25, 2012
Pros: Most balanced bat I have used. Great pop. It has a very good sound coming off the bat.
Cons: Absolutely none.
by Anonymous - Feb 11, 2013
Pros: Great weight! Great pop! Very very durable! Love this bat!
by Bobcats214 - Apr 09, 2013
Pros: Second Baum bat. First one lasted for over two years. Had thousands of cuts with it. Used it for batting practice and games.
Cons: Some could say the price, but if it lasts as long as the first one did, then it's probably the best value.
by t.j - May 06, 2013
Pros: I love this bat it is nice mean when it comes to the plate.
Cons: almost every one wants to use it incluoeding the other team.
by Cactus Cobra - May 23, 2013
Pros: Quick shipping. Bat has great pop and is well balanced compared to other wood that are usually barrel heavy. Will buy another if and when needed.
Cons: Minor blemish on end but needed it for a tournament so could not return. Should not affect performance just a little disappointing in the quality control.
by Manoa 808 - Jun 26, 2013
by Anonymous - Jul 22, 2013
Pros: i have had this for a year and it has never broken or cracked as every other bamboo bat has.
by Dad19 - Sep 05, 2013
Pros: Bought this bat for my son two years ago before he broke it this year at age 16. He loved the feel of the bat. Well balanced and great pop. He's going to try the Brett Bros Deraptor next.
Cons: The Price.
by Kev - Sep 10, 2013
Pros: Best wood out there. I like the new DeMarini, but nothing will beat this 35" 32 oz. feels like a 33 oz. Perfect bat for a guy that's 6' 1".
Cons: None. My friend swings it and he should be getting drafted next year.
by Alan Zaremba - Oct 26, 2013
Pros: My kid loves it, uses it over the metal bats even.
Cons: None at this time, as we have only used it for two weeks.
by dezzo1026 - Oct 27, 2013
Pros: best bat out there!
by Troy - Nov 03, 2013
Pros: Feels really solid! Jam shots and off the end of the bat does not sting as bad as normal wooden bats.
Cons: A little high on price but we will see how long it will last.
by Chris - Dec 08, 2013
Pros: I've been using this bat for 3 years now. I take BP with it in the cage and at practice. I hit grounders to our infielders with it. I use it in games. This bat has been abused and it still hasn't broken. It has amazing pop. When you hit the sweet spot you don't feel a thing. The handle may be thick for some but it doesn't bother me. As far as durability is concerned I play in 2 rec leagues here in VA that are 20-25 games per league not including playoffs. I've seen guys on my teams buy Louisville, Rawlings, even Marucci. They go through 6-10 bats per season and I've been using the same bat for 3 seasons. If anyone is skeptical, don't be. This is the best composite bat on the market. PERIOD. Nothing else compares. Not even those DeMarini bats.
Cons: Absolutely NONE.
by barret - Dec 10, 2013
Pros: Fantastic bat! I will use this over my 5150 and i love that bat alot to but definately using this bat!
Cons: The handle should he a bit thicker but not a huge deal
by Moeball - Jan 16, 2014
Pros: I'd rather use this than my XL1. You can even hit with it in the cold and it will still stroke. Using this in games a lot for sure.
Cons: Plain design but so is the Marucci Blacks.
by Ben - Feb 16, 2014
Pros: The bat has a great swing feel. is balanced the way i like and had get pop. i am consisering another.
Cons: The bat snapped at the handle after 8 months. I believe they only provide 4 month guarantee. Havent decided if I will buy another but but don't know a good alternative.
by shawn - Feb 28, 2014
Pros: Best pop of any bat I've ever used, extremely light and durable best bat on the market hands down.
Cons: NONE what so ever
by Marlin #5 - Apr 07, 2014
Pros: The pop this bat provides is awesome, first live pitch I saw in 2011 went over the fence. Its 3 full seasons later and my Baum has the same pop. I can hit the ball "wrong" and the ball will still fly. Amazing!
Cons: Top of the Bat chipping away...then again my bat is 3 years old.
by Oscar V. - Apr 13, 2014
Pros: Insane durability, yet has tremendous pop. I've hit bombs left and right with this.
Cons: Composite, so check if its legal in your league first.
by Oliver Martinez M. - Feb 22, 2010
Pros: Best composite wood bat around. Too good.
by BayAreaBaseball11 - Mar 14, 2010
Pros: The best composite bat I've ever hit with. It has lots of pop and the ball jumps off the bat
by falcon1 - Apr 10, 2010
Pros: Has the exact feel of a wood bat. Extremely durable.
Cons: Graphics and lettering are sometimes missing/messed up.
by PacMan - Sep 05, 2010
Pros: Great balance, lots of pop
by rondog - Dec 23, 2010
Pros: nice pop great balance for a wood bat
Cons: doesnt have any markings
by - Jan 19, 2011
Pros: Indestructible great training bat that can be used for games as well. Good balance and feel.
Cons: Slick handle so wear gloves.
by frekklz - Jun 25, 2011
Pros: Long lasting, great pop. I use the 33" 30oz and it feels perfectly weighted. Hit two HRs in a row in my last game. Both off the first pitch. 3 RBI for the first and a Grand Slam for the second! If you're in a wood bat league don't go past Baum. Yes they are a little more expensive but they are worth their weight in gold. Long lasting and the just get better and better the more you use them.
Cons: Only con is that the handle is very slippery. I use batting gloves plus pine tar.
by dallas - Apr 20, 2012
Pros: great pop just amazing inside on the hands and outside of the plate no matter whereyou hit it on the bat it goes far
Cons: heavy, hard to get the sweet spot on target
by Chad B - Aug 09, 2012
Pros: Well balanced, very strong and forgiving. I have never had a bat last a full season. I jammed myself a few times this year and the Baum bat stayed true. Well worth the investment.
Cons: Slightly less "pop" than a maple bat.
by FaustoMLB - Jun 14, 2013
Pros: its very light and it has a the best pop ever .the ball just jump from the bat asap..works great with tape ..
Cons: it hurts your hands when u dont hit the ball well..trust mee it will hurt
by Mark H - Sep 17, 2013
Pros: Son loves the feel, sound and swing better than metal/composites.
Cons: Not as durable I we where leadto believe. My son whois15 broke two this year one at the handle and one at the barrel.
by ballplayer006 - May 03, 2010
Pros: Don't let the price scare you. This bat is worth every penny! This bat has so much pop I have hit homeruns getting jammed and hitting it off the end of the bat with the baum bat when normal wood bats wood have broke.
by Pchingy - Sep 05, 2010
Pros: great balance a ton of pop super durable no sting if hit farther in on the barrel or handle hugh sweet spot i cant wait till fall wood games start
Cons: may need to choke up on the faster pitchers
by studd - Oct 22, 2011
Pros: very good bat... great pop and is impossible to break.... recommend this to everybody who hits with wood bats..
by ice - Nov 18, 2011
Pros: very good quality. great shipment time. very good company to work with.
Cons: bat seems kind of top heavy. but custimized with batters tape and was fine after that
by Bob - Nov 24, 2011
Pros: amazing pop. Best money i've ever spent.
by DaveL_CT - Sep 25, 2011
Pros: Looks,feels,and sounds just like a wood bat. I bought this for my 14YO first wood bat league after breaking a couple of Louivilles. He loves the balance and says it feels lighter than his alloy -3 bat. He's getting consistant hits every game with it. My son really likes the bat and it gets a lot of attention at practices.
Cons: A bit pricy, and I know this is cosmetic. But I would have expected the finish to be a bit nicer looking for $200+.
by - Aug 06, 2011
Pros: Bat seems unbreakable and has great pop for wood. Has a good feel and weight is evenly distributed throughout the bat.
Cons: Bat will chip along the cap and my handle has a piece of wood that wasn't sanded all the way down on the handle
by love baseball - Jan 21, 2009
by Clean-up - Nov 26, 2011
Pros: Use this bat for practice and games. very reliable and when they say it doesnt break. Trust me it doesnt. The bat has a ton of power and great feel
What do you think about the Baum Bat Composite Wood Bat: AAA Pro Adult?
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Since the bat has an ash shell, is it "bone rubbed", or is there a benefit to "bone rubbing" the bat when received?
Asked by Justin on Apr 16, 2014
The Baum Bat Composite Wood Bat: AAA Pro Adult won't receive the benefit from bone rubbing like most bats will. You might be able to achieve some compression of the outer shell, but the results will be very minimal if any at all due to the composite core.
· Apr 16, 2014
Is the whole bat supposed to have a rough texture?
Asked by Haden on Mar 18, 2014
The Baum Bat Composite Wood BBCOR Bat (AAA) has a rough texture.
· Mar 18, 2014
Will the barrel flake off because it's ash, or does it not because it's just an ash shell?
Asked by A on Jan 28, 2014
The Baum Bat Composite Wood BBCOR Bat (AAA Pro) uses a foamed plastic, surrounded by composite material and has an ash wood exterior shell. With the exterior shell being made of ash, it is susceptible to flaking, like most bats made of ash tend to do. However as depicted by the video and customer reviews of this bat, it is very durable and is back by a full 4 month manufacture warranty.
· Jan 29, 2014
What is the swing weight to this bat? Balanced or slightly end loaded?
Asked by Nick on Jan 03, 2014
The Baum Bat Composite Wood BBCOR Bat: AAA Pro Adult has a balanced swing weight.
· Jan 03, 2014
What does it mean that it is a composite wood bat? And since this is a composite wood bat would it be outlawed by tournaments? Thanks.
Asked by Nick on Jan 01, 2014
The Baum Bat Composite Wood BBCOR Bat: AAA Pro Adult has a composite surrounding core. It is BBCOR certified and legal for tournament play.
· Jan 02, 2014
Is this bat legal for high school play?
Asked by NIck on Dec 25, 2013
The Baum Bat Composite Wood BBCOR Bat: AAA Pro Adult is BBCOR certified, which is required for high school and collegiate play.
· Dec 26, 2013
What about use during temperatures below 50? Will its performance or durability be significantly changed?
Asked by Doc on Dec 20, 2013
The Baum Bat Composite Wood BBCOR Bat: AAA Pro Adult can be used in colder temperatures. The Baum Bat is a very durable bat and should not be affected by the colder temperatures.
· Dec 20, 2013
Can this bat be used in the MLB or only up to AAA division ?
Asked by robbybats66 on Dec 05, 2013
The Baum Bat Composite AAA model will not be approved for MLB play. MLB will require one solid piece of wood.
· Dec 05, 2013
What are barrel and handle dimensions of this bat?
Asked by Hacks on Nov 17, 2013
The barrel dimension of the Baum Bat Composite Wood BBCOR Bat: AAA Pro Adult will be 2.505". The handle thickness will be standard at slightly less than 1".
· Nov 17, 2013
Can it be used for high school.?
Asked by Nas on Nov 09, 2013
The Baum Bat Composite Wood BBCOR Bat: AAA Pro Adult has the BBCOR certified .50 stamp and is legal for high school.
· Nov 09, 2013
Is there a special way to hit with the baum? Do the labels have to be up or can you hit with anypart of the barrel?
Asked by nickspili on Oct 17, 2013
We recommend to still hit the Baum Bat Composite Wood bat with the label facing up. That will help increase the life span of the bat.
· Oct 17, 2013
I'm more of a power hitter and it's really between this and the Demarini composite S243 wood. Which is a better bat overall for power and balance?
Asked by Tom on Oct 09, 2013
The DeMarini Pro Maple Wood Composite BBCOR Bat: S243 Adult is more end loaded than the Baum Bat Composite Wood BBCOR Bat: AAA Pro Adult. Both are very high performing and can be used by a power hitter.
· Oct 09, 2013
Can you use it in the batting cage?
Asked by daviv on Oct 09, 2013
Yes the Baum Bat Composite Wood bat would be fine to use in a cage or in a live game.
· Oct 09, 2013
Can the Baum Bat crack? Would it be obvious if it did?
Asked by MR on Oct 05, 2013
Yes, the Baum Bat Composite Wood BBCOR Bat: AAA Pro Adult could possibly crack. You would know by the vibration or lack of performance. Plus, you may see signs of damage on the barrel material. Internal damage may be harder to diagnose and may require using the 4 month manufacturer warranty.
· Oct 06, 2013
Is the barrel made out of wood ?
Asked by bmial on Sep 26, 2013
Yes, the Baum Bat Composite Wood BBCOR Bat: AAA Pro Adult features an ash wood shell that surrounds a foam plastic and composite core.
· Sep 26, 2013
Does the Baum bat contain any metal? I was told the bat has internal metal rods.
Asked by Daryltaylor535i on Jun 22, 2013
No. The Baum Bat Composite Wood bat has a foamed plastic core.
· Jun 22, 2013
Why does it hurts your hands when hit the ball? What's the difference between the Baum Bat and the Robinson Cano bat on the barrel?
Asked by FaustoMLB on Jun 17, 2013
The Baum Bat Composite Wood BBCOR Bat: AAA Pro Adult uses a foamed plastic, surrounded by composite material and has an ash wood exterior shell. These materials should reduce any type of sting. The Robinson Cano bat has a pure maple barrel.
· Jun 18, 2013
What is the diameter of the handle?
Asked by RL on Jun 11, 2013
The Baum Bat Composite Wood BBCOR Bat: AAA Pro Adult will provide a standard handle size. It will be slightly less than an inch in diameter.
· Jun 11, 2013
I use a Baum bat for baseball and recently have joined a slow pitch softball league that uses wood bats. Can I use the Baum bat for slow pitch too without doing damage to the bat?
Asked by Goose on May 28, 2013
The softballs can damage the Baum Bat Composite Wood BBCOR Bat: AAA Pro Adult, but it is also a big barrel and all softball bats have a 2 1/4" barrel diameter, so it will be illegal.
· May 28, 2013
Thinking of this, or the 2012 XL3. Which do you recommend?
Asked by ck on May 10, 2013
The Baum Bat Composite Wood BBCOR Bat: AAA Pro Adult is as near to indestructible as a wood bat can be. The XL3 will be a one-piece all alloy design. The XL3 will have a barrel heavy, end loaded feel to the swing weight. It will help with power. The Baum Bat will have more of a balanced feel. It will help with swing velocity.
· May 10, 2013
Is bamboo better than maple?
Asked by boots on Apr 17, 2013
Bamboo is more durable than maple. However, composite wood bats like the Baum Bat Composite Wood BBCOR Bat: AAA Pro Adult will be the most durable and high performing.
· Apr 17, 2013
My bat as some dents in it and its only been about a month. Will it effect the performance of the bat? Should I return it?
Asked by Ricky on Apr 16, 2013
Dents can alter your performance at the plate by causing a loss of ball control/placement if contact is made on the dented areas of the bat. If your Baum Bat Composite Wood BBCOR Bat: AAA Pro bat was purchased within the last 4 months, it will be covered under warranty through Baum. Their phone number is 231-929-0598.
· Apr 16, 2013
When should you get a new baum bat if you already have one? I had my bat for 2 and a half years should i get a new one?
Asked by Squezz on Apr 13, 2013
If your Baum Bat Composite Wood BBCOR Bat: AAA Pro Adult is still in great shape I wouldn't see any reason to replace it. It is supposed to last a long time.
· Apr 14, 2013
Do you have in stock a size of 32.5"?
Asked by Justas on Apr 04, 2013
No, we are currently out of the 32.5" model in the Baum Bat Composite Wood BBCOR Bat: AAA Pro Adult bat. When we receive more, they will be listed on the website. To be put on an out of stock reminder list, please call 1-866-321-2287.
· Apr 04, 2013
Should I use the label up on this bat? Also, is there any break in system I should use?
Asked by Dave on Dec 25, 2012
You do not have to hit with the label up on the Baum Bat Composite Wood BBCOR Bat, and there is no break in process.
· Dec 26, 2012
Can I use this bat in little league?
Asked by Dave on Nov 30, 2012
You could use this bat in little league juniors, but not little league, because it requires 2 1/4 barrel diameter.
· Nov 30, 2012
If the bat breaks before the 4 months, will I return it to JustBats or would I need to return it to the manufacturer?
Asked by lou on Sep 25, 2012
The Baum Bat AAA Pro Adult has a 4 month manufacturers warranty so you are able to return to Baum Bat if the bat is defective.
· Sep 25, 2012
Was there any design changes in making it BBCOR? Or will it perform the exact same as the older, non BBCOR Baum bats?
Asked by Mike on Jun 13, 2012
There were no design changes to the Baum Bat Composite Wood BBCOR bat.
· Jun 13, 2012
Is there anyway to tell if this bat is broken without being cracked on the outside? I have an older Baum Bat and it never rattles my hands but after a few swings this one is killing me.
Asked by Bri on Jun 12, 2012
If the Baum Bat Composite Wood BBCOR Bat is not cracked on the outside then the bat should be structurally sound. The Baum Bat will rattle your hands if you mishit the ball on the handle or towards the end of the bat.
· Jun 12, 2012
Is it top heavy at all?
Asked by chrissaps on May 27, 2012
The Baum Bat Composite Wood BBCOR Bat is a balanced bat.
· May 28, 2012
When do you expect the 32" or 32.5" back in stock?
Asked by Steve on Apr 23, 2012
The Baum Bat Composite Wood BBCOR Bat: AAA Pro Adult are currently on order. We receive stock on a regular basis. As soon as we receive the items, our website will be immediately updated.
· Apr 23, 2012
does it have good pop ??
Asked by junitoo on Apr 14, 2012
As far as wood bats go, the Baum Bat Composite Wood BBCOR Bat: AAA Pro Adult has as much pop as any other wood bat.
· Apr 14, 2012
Do the bats get better or worse as you use them?
Asked by c rock on Feb 20, 2012
The Baum Bat will maintain it's performance for quite some time, but it will not improve in performance.
· Feb 20, 2012
How do I select a traditional handle vs flared?
Asked by TSim on Feb 12, 2012
You are in luck the AAA Pro Adult model we have in stock features the standard handle size. For even more BBCOR certified bats see our BBCOR search filter at Justbats.com.
· Feb 13, 2012
can you use this bat in a "wood bat only" league ?
Asked by mark on Jan 27, 2012
This would vary with different leagues. I would check with a league official first.
· Jan 27, 2012
Will there be any new versions coming out before the baseball season? I will buy your bat but not sure if I should go ahead and purchase this or if I should wait a little for a new version? Thanks for your time and thought.
Asked by Matt B on Jan 24, 2012
We are always receiving new products in daily but for Baum bats we have not heard anything recently on new models we will be carrying.
· Jan 24, 2012
Is this bat wood or metal, can it be used in a wood bat league
Asked by Lorenzo on Nov 30, 2011
Generally, yes. But it really depends on the league. There are hundreds of different wood bat leagues, not all of which abide by the same set of rules. So I would check with your local league.
· Nov 30, 2011
Hi, I have used an older Baum bat, and it was very light and balenced, is the bbcor version the same?
Asked by Jaime on Nov 19, 2011
Yes, the bbcor version should feel the same as the older version does
· Nov 19, 2011
What makes the baum bat 220? and not 120 like most quality wood bats?
Asked by DD on Nov 03, 2011
This bat has a Composite Reinforcement Surrounding Core. That is going to offer more durability and more pop. Plus it is one of the only bats that has a 6month manufacturers warranty.
· Nov 03, 2011
Is my old baum bat bbcor?
Asked by shamem29 on Oct 28, 2011
To be BBCOR eligable the bat must be stamped with the BBCOR logo. To check and see if your bat is BBCOR approved you could check with Baum Bat directly at 1-231-929-0598
· Oct 29, 2011
What makes the Baum Bat "indestructible"?
Asked by Hitter on Oct 15, 2011
It's structure and manufacturing process is very unique. It has a very sturdy foam plastic core with an ash shell. This is all reinforced with composite material. There hasn't really been anything like it and it's proven to be very durable.
· Oct 17, 2011
hows does this bat compare to the Marucci Maple AP5NB Adult
Asked by sarge14 on Oct 09, 2011
The Baum Bat is a composite wood and does require the BBCOR stamp, which is on the handle. The AP5NB is not composite and doesn't require the stamp. The Marucci is "bone rubbed" which makes the wood stronger.
· Oct 10, 2011
When can we get one in 29"?
Asked by Dputman on Sep 21, 2011
The smallest size we carry in this model is a 32".
· Sep 21, 2011
Have you seen it restricted at any level yet like AAU or American Legion?
Asked by DaveL on Sep 13, 2011
As of 9/13/2011, I have not heard anything about this bat being restricted by any organizations or leagues.
· Sep 13, 2011
I am really stuck in between getting this Baum bat or a Easton Rival BBCOR bat. I want the bat that will give me the best performance for high school ball, plus also a good pop. I have seen all these reviews and I am just confused..
Asked by Aaron on Sep 03, 2011
Both are very good choices. Based on limited customer feedback the Rival may perform better while the Baum bat may be the more durable option.
· Sep 07, 2011
Since Michigan baseball (MHSAA) is switching to BBCOR bats.. would this bat be better than getting a aluminum bat? And lastly is this bat 2 5/8 in barrel width?
Asked by Aaron on Jul 15, 2011
The AAA Pro really hits like a wood bat, but is much more durable. It may not be as high performing as some of the top-of-the-line alloy or composite BBCOR bats. Yes, it does have a 2 5/8 inch barrel.
· Jul 19, 2011
Will there be a time where i can buy a 32" or a 32 1/2" here?
Asked by Cam on Jun 14, 2011
We should be receiving more AAA Pro bats in multiple sizes around late June 2011.
· Jun 14, 2011
Does it come in a 34? Is it meant to be strictly a bp bat or game bat as well? All things being equal, would a hit ball go further with ash, maple or a baum AAA bat?
Asked by Eight on Jun 08, 2011
Yes. This bat comes in a 34 inch model and we actually expect to get some more in around mid-June (today is 6/9/11). These can be used in games. The AAA bat will be much more durable than your regular wood bat, but performance wise, I don't think you'll see a huge difference because it hits similar to a regular wood bats.
· Jun 09, 2011
All of the reviews are the same (word for word) on all of the different websites, I think they are fake. Are they fake? Why should I buy a $200 bat with fake reviews?
Asked by Dirt-Digger on May 30, 2011
The reviews are not fake and are submitted from actual customers and users of the bats. Because we operate multiple websites, reviews for products are often posted on all our websites.
· May 31, 2011
How does the Baum Bat compare to the aluminum BBCOR bats?
Asked by TAC on May 29, 2011
It hits pretty much like a wood bat, but is much more durable. I think it may be just a notch behind most of the BBCOR aluminum bats in terms of performance.
· May 31, 2011
Does this bat have the BBCOR stamp?
Asked by Jay on May 23, 2011
Yes, this bat does have the BBCOR stamp on the bat. In the third picture of the bat, it will show that this bat comes with the BBCOR stamp.
· May 23, 2011
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