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  • -3 Length to Weight Ratio
  • 2 5/8 Inch Barrel Diameter
  • AZ3000 Alloy
  • Balanced Swing Weight
  • Bat Profile Modeled After Best-Selling Marucci Wood Bats
  • BBCOR Certified - Approved for H.S. and Collegiate Play
  • Blue Color
  • Bulletproof Anti-Vibration Technology
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  • Full Twelve (12) Month Manufacturer's Warranty
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Marucci Team BBCOR: MCBT Blue

by Jared - May 14, 2012

Pros: Extreme amount of pop. I highly recommened this to anyone looking for a good powerhitting bat

Cons: nothing

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Marucci Team BBCOR: MCBT Blue
4.722222 based on 18 ratings. 18 user reviews.

The Marucci Team BBCOR: MCBT! Forget the bells and whistles. Pay no attention to gimmicky graphics and ridiculously named technologies. If you want a bat that performs at the highest possible level, look no further than the Marucci Team. The Marucci Team focuses on the things that are most important to players. First and foremost, the Team features industry-best balance. Many players prefer a balanced bat and will see a dramatic increase in swing speed due to this perfectly weighted design. The AZ3000 Alloy used to construct the Team is one of the most responsive alloys on the field. Its durability has been tested time and time again on previous Marucci models, and players that have experienced the power and pop of AZ3000 know that there is nothing like it. Marucci has also outfitted the Team with their anti-vibration technology that is second to none. Developed with top bat scientists, Marucci's anti-vibration handle will give players the smoothest hitting experience of their lives. The Team features a profile that is modeled after their best-selling world-class MLB wood bats. Available in a variety of different colors to suit any player's desire, the Marucci Team might just be perfect bat. Marucci: Game Tested. Player Approved. The Marucci Team: MCBT is BBCOR Certified and legal for high school and collegiate play. It is backed by a Full Twelve (12) Month Manufacturer's Warranty. Free Shipping!

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Marucci Team BBCOR: MCBT Blue

by Jared - May 14, 2012

Pros: Extreme amount of pop. I highly recommened this to anyone looking for a good powerhitting bat

Cons: nothing

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Marucci Team BBCOR: MCBT Blue

by Andy - May 31, 2012

Pros: OK i am 17 years old travel league player and i was a little "iffy" about getting this bat because i have heard good and bad things mixed about this bat. I just hit with it today and for $200 bucks this thing friggin drives the ball. Not kidding i would recommend this...feels like BESR. Looks sick too! I took a couple swings of my friends rip it bat and to tell the truth i prefer this one. Great buy guys

Cons: Grip gets dirty but thats expected...

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Marucci Team BBCOR: MCBT Blue

by LSchirer - Jul 09, 2012

Pros: this bat is legit. you can feel the power with every hit. very balanced not top heavy at all. people say it fixs your swing and that sounds wierd but its ture !

Cons: nothing ps does NOT feel bbcor

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Marucci Team BBCOR: MCBT Blue

by nate - Jun 14, 2012

Pros: Great pop . Easy to break In and good bat for a power hitter.

Cons: Scratchs easy

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Marucci Team BBCOR: MCBT Blue

by orrin - Sep 11, 2012

Pros: Great pop for BBCOR. Does great at a varsity highschool level and lasts a long time.

Cons: none

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Marucci Team BBCOR: MCBT Blue

by beast_marucci - Apr 28, 2013

Pros: All around good bat. Great pop and can drive the ball well.

Cons: None, I have found perfect bat.

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Marucci Team BBCOR: MCBT Blue

by alex - Mar 26, 2013

Pros: Best bat ever. It doesn't feel like a BBCOR. Has a very nice huge sweet spot and a lot of pop.

Cons: Nothing.

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Marucci Team BBCOR: MCBT Blue

by Addison N. - May 09, 2013

Pros: ive had this bat for a week and it hasnt let me down yet! i love swinging it and it feels nothing like a drop 3! great pop, im 13 and finishing middle school and i hope this last me years!

Cons: grip was messed up at bottom but i just taped it over.

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Marucci Team BBCOR: MCBT Blue

by Tommy - Apr 16, 2013

Pros: Great bat all my buddies ask to use it. Good pop.

Cons: Grip is dirty but no big deal.

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Marucci Team BBCOR: MCBT Blue

by Anonymous - May 20, 2013

Pros: I love it amazing! No break-in required.

Cons: Grip tap peals.

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Marucci Team BBCOR: MCBT Blue

by Ezra - Jun 14, 2013

Pros: I have had trouble trying to find a bat to fit my style of hitting. One of my teammates had this bat and the last 4 games of the year i went 11 for 13 with hits that any other bat would be just dribblers. A lot of pop and makes that sweet sound on contact

Cons: NONE

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Marucci Team BBCOR: MCBT Blue

by Jacob W - Jun 19, 2013

Pros: This is a great bat with amazing pop, I hit a home run the first game of the season, and 3 already this year, and that is good for a contact hitter like me!

Cons: None!

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Marucci Team BBCOR: MCBT Blue

by Al - Jul 02, 2013

Pros: Has an amazing pop, and had the best season of my life with this bat. Only struck out three time in the entire season.

Cons: Grip gets pretty dirty...

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Marucci Team BBCOR: MCBT Blue

by boi - Sep 01, 2013

Pros: This bat is great, it's perfect.

Cons: Nothing at all.

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Marucci Team BBCOR: MCBT Blue

by Addison - Jan 07, 2014

Pros: This bat has a ton of pop and is extra durable! Been through teo seasons and still works like a charm! Amazing bat!

Cons: The grip came a little loose at the bottom. Easy fixer though! I don't have money to buy more.

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Marucci Team BBCOR: MCBT Blue

by MJ20 - Feb 08, 2014

Pros: The walls seem fairly thick, so the bat is going to be very durable. Even with this, it has pretty good pop, a little more than my Viper birch wood bat (thats saying quite a bit). Really comfortable and a great bat for a power/gap hitter like myself, but its great for contact hitters like my friend, who got the bat right after me. ZERO vibration. Great price. Highly recommend.

Cons: The sound is GNARLY! Really loud ping. But it won't effect how you hit the ball.

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Marucci Team BBCOR: MCBT Blue

by Baseball's best - Feb 10, 2014

Pros: Has a great amount of pop doesn't take much to drive a ball with it but after a year the cap broke off

Cons: Cap broke

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Marucci Team BBCOR: MCBT Blue

by batter up - Jun 30, 2012

Pros: BBCOR are all the same except the balance of the bat.

Cons: BBCOR are all the same

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87280

People have said that this bat has a very light weight feel is that true?

The Marucci Team BBCOR (MCBT Blue Adult) is definitely a very balanced bat option. It will have a very light swing feel for accelerated bat speed.

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Is this a good bat for a 5"3 85 pound 7th grade on base/contact type of hitter?

The length that would fit him the best would be 30 inches. The Marucci Team BBCOR (MCBT) would be to heavy for him. I would look at bats around a -8 drop or - 5 drop.

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Could I use this bat for 8th grade?

Yes, the Marucci Team BBCOR (MCBT) carries the BBCOR stamp, which is the strictest bat certification. The BBCOR certifies the bats for high school or college, so it will be a great choice for 8th grade.

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Is this bat a big barrel or small barrel?

The Marucci Team BBCOR (MCBT Blue Adult) bat will feature a barrel diameter of 2 5/8". It is considered a big barrel size.

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What is the difference between the Marucci Team bat and the Marucci One?

The 2014 Marucci One was designed to be more balanced than the Marucci Team BBCOR (MCBT) Blue Adult . The improved balance is the result of the One’s new shape and wall thickness. The One also features professionally-inspired knob taper shapes.

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Is there a break-in period fo this bat?

The Marucci Team BBCOR (MCBT) is an alloy bat and will not require a break-in period.

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Im 6'3 180lbs What length would you recommend.

For that given height and weight I would recommend a bat length of 33 inches.

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Does this bat have a ring inside of it like some of the Easton bats?

The Marucci Team BBCOR (MCBT) does not have rings in the barrel.

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Is there a USSSA stamp on this bat? In my son's league the bat has to have it.

No, the Marucci Team BBCOR (MCBT) does not feature a USSSA stamp because it is BBCOR approved. USSSA rules state that the bat must have the stamp on the taper or BBCOR approved.

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I am 5'8 125 pounds. What size bat do I get? Drop 3 or 5? One of each?

Based on your height and weight we recommend a -3, 31" Marucci Team BBCOR (MCBT).

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How does it compare to Easton?

The Marucci Team BBCOR: (MCBT) Blue Adult bat is a very comparable in design and quality to the Easton S3. Both are balanced one-piece alloy models that are a great pick for someone looking for higher swing speeds and a stiff flex.

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What are the differences between the BBCOR MCBT blue and black?

The only difference between the Marucci Team BBCOR (MCBT) Black and Blue models is the color. The are constructed with the same materials and have the same balanced swing weight.

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I've heard that some of the Marucci BBCOR bats are not legal to use for high school play? Is this true? Specifically this one.

This Marucci Team BBCOR: (MCBT) Blue Adult bat is approved for play in High School and NCAA play. A few sizes of the 2012 version of the Marucci Black and CAT 5 BBCOR bats are on the Non-Approved BBCOR Bat List. Those Marucci Black models are still approved for NFHS play. You can find the most current list of Non-Approved BBCOR bats by following this link: http://www.mme.wsu.edu/~ssl/certified/certification.html

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I'm in 8th grade and am in cprep and going into high school. Which bat is better Marucci Team or RIP-IT BBCOR Air.

Both the Marucci Team BBCOR: MCBT Blue Adult and the RIP-IT BBCOR Air use top of the line alloy. They both are high performing. The RIP-IT BBCOR Air is a little more balanced.

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What bat has more pop and better balance: the Rawlings VELO, TPX Omaha or these Marucci Teams?

The Marucci Team BBCOR: MCBT Blue Adult, 2013 Rawlings VELO BBCOR: BBVELO, and 2013 Louisville Slugger TPX Omaha Balanced BBCOR: BB136 all use top of the line alloy and will be very high performing. They are all balanced bats.

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What wooden bat is most similar to this bat? Which wooden bat do you recommend using if I hit with the Marucci Team in games?

The Marucci Jose Bautista Maple Wood Bat: JB19 Adult would be similar in feel to the Marucci Team BBCOR: MCBT Blue Adult.

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What bat has more pop, the Marucci Team BBCOR or the Rawlings 5150 BBCOR?

The Marucci Team BBCOR: MCBT Blue Adult and 2013 Rawlings 5150 Alloy BBCOR: BBCA2 Adult are very comparable performance-wise. The 2013 Rawlings 5150 Alloy BBCOR: BBCA2 Adult is currently selling better and gets slightly better reviews, though they are both great balanced one-piece alloy options.

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Is the Team bat wood or aluminum?

The Marucci Team BBCOR: MCBT Blue Adult is a one-piece aluminum bat.

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I am 5'9 and weigh 135 lbs. What size would you recommend?

I would recommend a 32" Marucci Team BBCOR.

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I am 6'0" and weigh 175. What size would you recommend?

Based on your height and weight we recommend a 33" Marucci Team BBCOR: MCBT Blue Adult.

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I am 5' 6" and weigh about 110, what size would you recommend?

Based off of your height and weight you should be using the 32" Marucci Team BBCOR: MCBT Blue Adult.

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I'm 5' 4" and weigh 141 lbs. Will this bat get you quick through the zone? I'm usually late on the ball.

The Marucci Team BBCOR: MCBT Blue Adult is very balanced and will be quick through the zone.

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What is the difference between the blue, black, and red models?

The Marucci Team BBCOR: MCBT Blue Adult bat is a one-piece alloy model and the only difference between it and the black and red models is the color scheme.

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I need a stiff, balanced, one-piece bat (basically a metal that best resembles wood). What bat should I look at?

The Marucci Team BBCOR: MCBT Blue Adult is a one-piece bat that is balanced and stiff. It would be a great option for you.

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What do you recommend? The Marucci Team, or the Rip-it Prototype 2 Air?

The Rip-it Prototype 2 Air and the Marucci Team are both great bats to go with. The Rip-It has been holding up a little better than the Marucci Team.

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What's the difference between the Marucci Team bats? Is it just a different color?

The Marucci Team BBCOR: MCBT Blue Adult bat will be the same as all of the other colors. They just try to give the kids availability to match their team colors.

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I'm in 7th grade, what size should I use?

Based on you age, we would recommend a 32" model in the Marucci Team BBCOR: MCBT Blue Adult bat. For further information on sizing, please visit our Bat Coach at http://www.justbats.com/bat-coach/

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Is this bat comparable to the CF5 since they are both balanced bats?

Both the Marucci MCBT and DeMarini CF5 are balanced bats, but that is about all they have in common. The MCBT is a one-piece full alloy bat while the CF5 is a two-piece full composite bat.

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I am 5' 7" tall and weigh 135 lbs. What size bat should I use?

With the height and weight given, we suggest that you get the Marucci Team BBCOR: MCBT Blue Adult in the 31" 28 oz.

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I am a line drive gap to gap hitter, which bat would be better the Marucci Team bat or the Marucci Black 2?

Both the Marucci Team BBCOR: MCBT Blue Adult bat and the Marucci Black 2 feature balanced swing weights preferred by contact hitters.

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Does this bat lose pop over time? And do you need to buy a wood bat for the cage?

Any bat including the Marucci Team BBCOR: MCBT Blue Adult can lose its pop over time. The more the bat is used, the quicker the bat could use its pop. Using a wood bat or a bat you don't use in a game, can increase the lifespan of the bat.

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Is this a good bat for a power hitter?

While a power hitter could use the Marucci Team BBCOR: MCBT Blue Adult just fine, I would recommend this bat more to contact hitters.

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I'm 16, 6'0" and 145 pounds. I'm a contact hitter. Is this bat easy to break in quick? How long does it take?

The Marucci Team BBCOR: MCBT is an alloy bat. Alloy bats do not require a break-in period and will be ready to go from day one.

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So this bat is for contact hitters?

Yes, the Marucci Team BBCOR: MCBT Blue Adult would be a good choice for contact hitters.

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Is this bat end loaded?

The Marucci Team BBCOR: MCBT Blue is a one-piece alloy with a balanced swing weight.

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I had the 2012 Marucci Black and my adult league banned it after I bought it this year. I like the feel of the Marucci Team bat and the Marucci Black 2, I'm 6'3" and 218 lbs. I am mostly a single, double hitter with the occasional homerun. Which bat in your opinion would benifet me the most the Marucci Team or Marucci Black 2? My best friend and I think Marucci bats are one of the best or the best on the market.

The Marucci Black 2 is the better quality bat, due to it's composite handle and extended sweet spot.

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Is alloy or composite better?

They're both going to give you the same result. Composite bats require a break-in period, but generally last longer. Alloy bats require no break-in, but may not last as long as a composite bat.

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Would this bat be good for a kid that is 5'7" 200 pounds contact hitter that bats left handed?

Yes. The Marucci Team BBCOR: MCBT is a great bat with good pop and durability.

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IHSA outlawed these bats last year. Are they in compliance this year?

The Marucci Cat 5 was outlawed by the IHSA, which was replaced by the Marucci Team BBCOR: MCBT. So this bat is currently in compliance with the IHSA.

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Would this bat last as long pop wise as any other bat? Or as a composite?

The Marucci Team BBCOR: MCBT Blue Adult bat will have as much pop as any of the leading alloy BBCOR bats on the market. This bat will be hot right out of the wrapper unlike any composite barrel bat. This bat will start hot and slowly lose its performance over time. It also will feature a Bulletproof Anti-Vibration Technology.

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In the video, it says it has a season worth of pop? So does this mean that as it goes on, it loses pop?

The Marucci Team BBCOR is a one-piece alloy design. Alloy bats will have their most pop right out of the wrapper. Their performance will gradually decline, but that will depend on how the bat is stored and how many people use it.

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Would this bat be a better bat for a contact hitter than the DeMarini CF5? I'm 15 years old, 5'10/140lbs.

Both the Marucci Team BBCOR and the DeMarini CF5 are both good balanced bats for a contact hitter. The CF5 will have more flex because it is a two-piece bat.

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What is the difference between the red, blue, green or black colors?

There is no difference in construction of the different Marucci Team BBCOR models. The only difference will be cosmetically with the different colors to try and match your teams colors.

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The Cat 5 was so highly regarded, why was it discontinued? My son loved it and most of his teammates beg to use his.

Marucci just released a newer version. You will see all manufacturers update bats every season. Mainly for marketing and performance purposes. The Marucci Team BBCOR: MCBT Blue Adult model will be just as good if not better than the model CAT 5.

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How would you compare this bat to the RIP-IT Prototype BBCOR AIR? I have heard the RIP-IT is the better choice. Is this true?

The Marucci Team BBCOR and the 2013 RIP-IT Prototype BBCOR Air are going to be very similar. They both are balanced bats and they are both very high performing. Performance wise, they are very comparable.

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What is the difference between this one, the black ,green,etc.?

There is no difference in construction of the different Marucci Team BBCOR models. The only difference will be cosmetically with the different colors to try and match your teams colors.

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Would the 2013 Marucci Black or the 2013 Marucci Team provide a better swing speed?

Your swing speed would be very similar with either the Marucci Black or the Marucci Team bat. The main difference is the Marucci Black has a composite handle whereas the Marucci Team bat is a one-piece fully aluminum bat.

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I've swung a lot of alloy bats and if you hit it in the wrong place it hurts a lot. Since it says anti vibration is there any sting at all?

One-piece fully aluminum bats will still have vibration if you hit the ball off the handle or the end of the bat. The Anti Vibration technology will greatly reduce the amount of vibration that travels through the bat though.

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For a 13 year old contact hitter going into their second year of 60-90, would the Marucci Team or the Marucci CAT 5 be a more balanced bat?

The Marucci Cat 5 would be slightly more balanced than the Marucci Team BBCOR: MCBT Blue Adult.

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Is this bat better than the Easton S1?

The Marucci Team bat is a top of the line one-piece fully aluminum bat and the Easton S1 is a high performing two-piece fully composite bat. Here is a link to further compare the two bats. http://www.justbats.com/compare/

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I'm coming up on my senior year of baseball and I'm hopefully playing in the future. Would this be a good bat for college?

Yes the Marucci Team BBCOR would be a great option for high school and college play. It feature high performing AZ3000 alloy with anti-vibration technology.

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So the Marucci Team bats would be a good choice for a contact hitter?

Yes, the Marucci Team BBCOR: MCBT would be a good choice for a contact hitter, because it has a balanced swing weight.

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Would you recommend this bat over any of the easton bats? And if so which bats?

The Marucci Team BBCOR: MCBT Blue is very similar to the Easton S3 in that they both are one-piece alloy bats with balanced swing weights. If you prefer a one-piece bat, I would recommend this bat over the Easton S1 or S2, because those two bats are both two-piece.

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I am a contact hitter, what is the best bat for me?

They are many bats that would be good. This is a balanced bat so it would be good for a contact hitter.

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Which bat provides better bat speed, the Marucci Team or the Easton S3?

Both the Marucci Team and the Easton S3 are very balanced bats and are going to have great swing speeds.

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For an average on base hitter with good power, would this or the Marucci Black be a better bat for me to use?

The Marucci Team bats are a one-piece alloy design made more for power hitters. The Marucci Black is a two-piece hybrid design that has more flex when swung; designed more for a contact hitter.

28581

How does this compare to the Marucci Black?

The Marucci Team BBCOR will be stiffer than the Marucci Black because it is a one-piece bat. Both are very high performing.

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Would you recommend the CAT 5, Marucci Black, or Marucci Team based on pop? I am a power hitter.

All are great bats with very good pop. The CAT 5 and Team models are one-piece bats that often benefit power hitters. The CAT 5 was one of the highest performing BBCOR bats on the market, but it has been discontinued and we no longer have any in stock. I think the Team bat is comparable to the CAT 5, but it will be hard to match the CAT 5's performance. If you prefer a one-piece bat, go with the Team, if you have traditionally used two-piece bats with success, go with the Marucci Black.

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For the money, is the Marucci Team series just as good as the 2012 DeMarini Voodoo?

That depends on who you ask. The Marucci Team bats are stiff, one-piece bats. The DeMarini Voodoo is a two-piece bat with more flex. Both are high performing bats, just depends on whether you prefer a two-piece or one-piece bat.

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What is the difference between the colors of the bats?

The Marucci Team bats are the same design and construction, except one is blue, one is red, one is orange, one is green, and one is black.

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How long is the break-in period for this bat?

Since the Marucci Team does not have a composite barrel, there is no break-in period required. This bat will be hot right out of the wrapper!

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Does this bat come in a 33/30?

The Marucci Team is available in a 33/30. Our website shows all sizes we have available and that are ready to ship.

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What is the drop on this bat?

Since the Marucci Team is an adult BBCOR bat, it will have a -3 drop. All adult bats have a -3 drop.

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Does this bat have a balanced or end loaded feel?

The weight in the Marucci Team is evenly distributed. This gives the bat a very balanced feel.

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Is this bat college approved?

The Marucci Team is BBCOR certified and is legal for high school or collegiate level play.

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Does this bat have the USSSA stamp on the bat?

The Marucci Team BBCOR does not have the USSSA stamp. Adult bats are not stamped with the USSSA approval as they are BBCOR certified and do not have to feature the USSSA stamp. The Marucci Team is offered in a Senior League model that does feature the USSSA stamp.

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Is this bat alloy or composite?

The Marucci Team is a one-piece fully alloy design. There is no composite material anywhere in the bat.

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Is this a one or two-piece bat?

The Marucci Team is a one-piece all alloy bat. A bat like the Marucci Team is great for power hitters.

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Is this a BBCOR bat?

The Marucci Team BBCOR does meet the BBCOR certifications and is approved for play at the high school and collegiate level.

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How does this bat differ from the CAT 5 Squared BBCOR? Is it better?

The Marucci Team is very comparable to the Marucci CAT 5 and designed with the same high end alloy as the Cat 5. Both have excellent pop and performance.

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Do you think this bat will get banned like the CAT 5?

I do not think the Marucci Team BBCOR bat will get banned like the 33" Marucci CAT 5. The 33" 30 oz. CAT 5 was the only size that was decertified. Marucci has since done a great job of testing their bats to make sure they are legal for play at the different levels. If the Marucci Team does lose its BBCOR certification, the NCAA and NFHS will be the governing bodies that make this ruling.

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Does this have a -3 drop weight?

The Marucci Team does in fact have a -3 drop. All adult BBCOR bats will have a -3 drop.

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Is this bat approved for NCAA play?

Yes it is. This Marucci Team bat is BBCOR certified and legal for NCAA play.

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Is this approved for high school play?

Absolutely! The Marruci Team is BBCOR certified and is legal for play in high school and collegiate levels.

28563

Is this bat BBCOR certified?

The Marucci Team BBCOR is BBCOR certified and legal for use in high school and collegiate level play.

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Is there a break-in period? If so, how long?

Since the Marucci Team BBCOR bat is an all alloy bat, there will not be a break-in period required. Only composite barrel bats will require a break-in.

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Where is it made?

Marucci’s headquarters is located in Baton Rouge, LA. However, the Marucci Team model is manufactured overseas.

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Would it be too heavy, in your opinion, for a 13 year old who is 5'3" and 100 pounds?

Based on that height and weight, a 29" bat is recommended. Since the smallest size we currently have available is a 31" 28oz, these sizes will probably be too large for you. However, if you feel like you can swing a 31" bat, then I say go for it! It shouldn't hurt anything.

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I'm an 8th grader and about 5"4" and 125 lbs. and wanting to upgrade from a 31 in. 28 oz. Easton Hammer. Would this be a good upgrade?

The Marucci Team would definitely be a great bat to upgrade to. The Team is a full alloy bat like the Hammer and you shouldn't have any problems switching to this bat!

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Which bat is a more even weight, the CAT5 or the Team?

The CAT5 and the Marucci Team both have balanced swing weights and have a very similar feel.

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Why is the Marucci Team $100 less than the Black? I ordered the black demo for the same price as this. It should arrived on Thursday.

The Marucci Team and Marucci Black are two completely different bat designs, hence the price difference. The Team is a one-piece alloy and the Black is a two-piece hybrid with an alloy barrel and composite handle.

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I am a sophomore in high school who hits for power. What should I get the Marucci Team or the Marucci Black?

If you are a power hitter then the Marucci Team would be a great choice for you! The Marucci Black is a great bat, but the two-piece design of this bat is usually better suited for contact hitters.

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What is the difference between the red, black, and blue Team bats?

There are not any differences among the red, black or blue Marucci Team bats. They are just different colors to help give players a variety of colors to choose from.

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Is the Team end loaded or balanced?

The weight in the Marucci Team is evenly distributed.This gives the bat a balanced feel.

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Is this bat legal for high school and college ball?

The Marucci Team is BBCOR approved and is legal for use in high school and collegiate level play.

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What is the drop weight on this bat?

The Marucci Team BBCOR is an adult BBCOR bat with a -3 drop. All adult bats will have a -3 drop.

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What is better, the Marucci Team or the Marucci Black?

Both, the Marucci Black and the Marucci Team are great bats. Determining which one is better is difficult and is really dependent on the type of hitter you are. If you are more of a power hitter, the Team would probably be the best option for you because it is a one-piece ally. However, if you are more of a contact hitter, then the two-piece hybrid design of the Black would probably better suit your needs.

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Is this a one-piece bat?

Yes, the Marucci Team is a one-piece, all alloy bat. A bat like the Team would be a great option for a power hitter!

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Do you have the Marucci Team bats in stock?

Yes, we currently have the Marucci Team bats available in the colors available on our website. We run a live inventory on our site, so if we sell out of certain size, we will remove that item from our site.

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Is this Team bat BBCOR certified?

Yes, the Marucci Team is BBCOR certified and legal for high school or collegiate level play.

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How does the Marucci Team compare to the Marucci CAT 5?

The Marucci Team BBCOR: MCBT-B Adult bat is Marucci's 2013 one-piece alloy model that replaced the Marucci CAT 5. The Marucci Team bat is BBCOR certified and legal for play in NCAA and NFHS sanctioned events.




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