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3 years ago, we got created and released the first ever Pine Tar style wood bat. Since then its become our most popular colorway by far. Click the image above to get yours. 

THERE'S A REASON WHY PROS ARE SWITCHING TO TATER

We Are Tater: An inside look to all things Tater. On this podcasts we will share plenty of stories and provide educational information to all of you. Click the image to watch our latest episode!

Check out our blogs! Clubhouse Chatter is comprised of all things Tater. The Lumber Yard is the place to learn everything about wood bats. Find them on the menu bar to the left.

Made by ballplayers for ballplayers, read our story by clicking the image above to learn more. 

Handcrafted in Waterbury, CT ➡️ Used worldwide

Thank You #TeamTater for 3 Years!

Loyalty, support, and faith

The sole purpose of this blog post is to give all of you #TeamTater believers a personal thank you from the heart. Regardless if we met through little league or on a pro ball field, I truly enjoy connecting with you all.
It is remarkable the type of community that was created and how it continues to develop around Tater. I have heard countless times where our customers connect while traveling, or playing somewhere else and notice another ballplayer using Tater. 
"It is as if we almost became immediate friends with a certain level of respect because we both support Tater and know the story behind the company." 
This honestly brings me joy to see that people are connecting because of having Tater in common. 

Three Years! 

It has been an incredible three years of growth, learning, and refining our wood baseball bats. When we started the company, we had no idea how far we would go. From starting in a modest 8' x 8' shed to where we are now is incredible. 
I have been lucky to have support from my baseball family and friends from all walks of life. I still remember making our first bats in the backyard, banners in the basement, and the first tournaments where we began to show off the bats. 

#TeamTater is my Family 

Below are some of my favorite pictures throughout the years!