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Louisville Solo 618 2-5/8" BBCOR Bat -3oz (2018)
HIT DINGERS. BUY THIS BAT.
NOTE: As of Friday, Sept. 20, 2019, this bat does not meet NCAA Baseball playing rules (see below).
MAD MAX says:
The 618 Solo is last year's model in the Solo line. Since this bat has been replaced with the 2019 619 Solo, you can get an amazing deal on the 2018 model. This bat was loaded with technology as it was a single-piece alloy bat with a composite end cap. This bat was constantly flying off of the shelves and was a favorite among many players. This bat had a very light swing weight and is great for any player who really values bat speed. This bat also had vibration dampening in the handle so you will not feel the sting of bad contact. Also, one difference between the 2018 and 2019 Solo is the 2018 bat comes with a custom Lizard Skin baseball grip while the 2019 comes with a Louisville Slugger Comfort Grip. This bat may be a year old but is an amazing option for anyone looking to save a little money on a bat.
NOTE: As of Friday, Sept. 20, 2019, this bat does not meet NCAA Baseball playing rules.
This bat does not meet NCAA Baseball playing rule, Rule 1.12.b.7, requiring that the baseball bat barrel color between the 18-inch mark and the end cap (the hitting area) must be a color(s) that is predominantly contrasting to the color of the baseball.
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- 1-piece SL Hyper alloy construction for a sitter feel and maximum energy transfer on contact
- New Speed Ballistic Composite End Cap (SBC) for the absolute lowest MOI and fastest swing speed in our BBCOR line
- Mid-Balanced swing weight score: 1.1
- NEW Vibration dampening handle design reduces negative vibration on mis-hits
- 31/32" tapered handle
Louisville Solo 618 2-5/8" BBCOR Bat WTLBBS618B3 -3oz (2018)
BBCOR Certified Baseball Bat
The BBCOR formula provides a better measure of the bat's performance and therefore allows the rules committee and bat testing laboratories to better predict field performance based on lab tests. The goal is that non-wood bats that meet this new standard will perform similarly to wood bats. All BBCOR bats will incorporate a logo mark once certification approval is granted. This mark will be consistent across every approved bat design so umpires will easily identify approved bats.