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    THERE'S A REASON WHY PROS ARE SWITCHING TO TATER

    Always designed for forrm and function

    CHOOSING THE RIGHT BAT

    Wood Species.All of our bats are premium maple and birch. Most players prefer maple as it is known for being the hardest wood and having tightest grain. Players who order birch typically enjoy the slight flex they feel upon contact. Regardless of wood species, each bat is ink dot tested to ensure quality.

    Bat Model. There are several of these to choose from. Each model represents a different way the is shaped, from handle to barrel. Most players prefer balanced, however power hitters typically lean towards end-loaded models.

    Length and Weight.  Players prefer either -2 or -3 weight. Bat weight is measured by the minus or drop weight. Drop weight is the difference between the length and weight of the bat. The bigger the drop weight is, the lighter the bat will weigh.

    DIFFERENCE BETWEEN PRO STANDARD AND SVS SIGNATURE SERIES BATS

    We’ve been dedicating the past few years in searching for ways to provide you guys one of the hardest bats on the market. What makes these bats different from any other bat we offer? Quite a few things. For starters, we source our maple and birch from the best mills in North America. Every bat is manufactured to the highest quality standards. Therefore, regardless if you are an amateur or a Pro the bat is made the same way.

    If all the bats are made the same, what differentiates the SVS bats? The coating.

    These bats sport the same Big League wood but we've upgraded everything else. High-end paint, process, and finish ensures a whole new experience at the plate. Our SVS coating is a new proprietary finish that not only makes our own bats harder, but distinguishes Tater from the rest.

    The SVS Signature Series is swung by our top professional athletes and now we are happy to offer the product to the rest of our Tater Family.

    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. 
    When it comes down to pros and cons, the four major pillars of discussion when comparing to aluminum are feel, performance, affordability, and safety.
    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.
    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.