Today, most players using wood bats have previously used aluminum bats. When transitioning to wood there are several factors to consider and as a new use of wood education is key. Our wood bat buying guide makes the decision process simple.
If you’re looking to take your game to the next level by increasing your bat speed, exit velocity, and implementing proper swing mechanics our Overload and Underload Training Bats are the right tools for you.
How do I pick the right sized baseball bat? This is something that people struggle with at all levels given that there are so many different models out there with tons of different lengths and weights.
Now that you have purchased your premium bat for Tater, you may wonder what is the best way to keep it in game ready condition. Your Tater bat has been meticulously crafted and has been developed with high performance and quality standards simply because we want to see you have the most success with it as possible.
If you experience pain on the inside of your palm of the bottom hand while swinging there is a good chance the knob of the bat you swing is the culprit. In most instances, this pain is the direct result of a broken hamate.
All bats are not created equal because not all hitters are created equal. Here at Tater Bats, we produce high quality wood bats from Maple, Birch and Ash. Players from varying age groups and experience levels will benefit most by making an educated decision when choosing their bat.