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In the game of baseball, there is so many different decisions to be made everyday. One of the biggest decisions is what equipment you want to use. It all starts with the materials, composite vs aluminum can be a difficult decision for some players. This issue directly stems from the new technology available to make bats, as the only option there used to be was wood. What type of bat is best for a contact hitter vs a power hitter? What type of player needs an end loaded bat vs a a balanced bat? The questions can go on and on. In this article we will hopefully make your decision of buying a bat a little more simple and save you a lot of time. Any ballplayer I have ever come across wants to hit home runs and send the ball for a ride every time they are at the plate. However, for some people power just is not a part of their game, and there is absolutely nothing wrong with that. Whether you pack the power to hit home runs you can still be of major impact and maybe make it to the bigs one day. Contact hitters are like a track runner that passes the torch. Contact hitters are the table setters. They get on base and create havoc and then the power hitters job is to knock them in. Contact hitters are most well suited by using a balanced bat that helps promote contact. If you're sitting in the 3,4, or 5 hole you are most likely one of those base clearers. You need to send the ball for a ride and provide a boost for your team when you come up to the plate. Opposing teams fear you guys in the middle of the order and they sometimes will pitch around you, but when they put the ball in the zone, you need a bat that will send the ball for a ride. An ideal bat for a power hitter is an end loaded bat. This end loaded design will help a power hitter send the ball for a ride, but it will sacrifice a little bat speed. Overall this decision is up to you, but definitely take some of the advice provided to you in this article, good luck in your next season. If you are looking for great baseball bats go here Youth baseball bats. https://www.baseballbargains.com/product-category/bats/baseball-bats/youth-bats/
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