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Choosing the right wood baseball bat can be overwhelming, and Rawlings Gear is here to help you make an informed purchase.

Rawlings manufactures more than 30 different wood bat models.

Ash and maple are the most common woods used in bats, but hickory and bamboo are also used. Hickory, however, is much heavier than other woods.

Rawlings' lines of wood bats include:

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Help your elite athlete make the switch from aluminum to wood bats.

Rawlings' Protégé youth wood bat (model number 151T) features a guaranteed minimum -5 weight drop and a 2.5" big barrel for balance and power.

The Protégé is an ash wood bat that is built with a 7/8” handle. Lengths are 29”, 30”, 31” and 32”.

The pro cupped end provides a great swing to weight...
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Rawlings Gear is pleased to carry Rawlings' new Professional Collection wood bats.

These bats, the exact models Troy Tulowitzki and Joe Mauer use, are available only in limited quantities.

Each is one in 1,000 and is branded with a serial number on the barrel.

The Troy Tulowitzki Game Day Wood Bat (model number TUL02) is a Profile 113 maple bat. It features a Big Stick barrel...
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Big leaguers choose the Rawlings wood bat that works best for them, and you can too.

There are key differences between ash and maple to meet your preferences.

Rawlings' maple wood bats are durable bats. Their closed grain structure makes for a bat that will not flake, splinter or separate.

Maple also provides a hard hitting surface because it is dense. Maple bats have a moisture...
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There's a longtime belief in baseball that rubbing your ash bat with an animal bone can make it stronger.

Let Rawlings save you the time and elbow grease with one of its new bone-rubbed wood bats.

Available at Rawlings Gear, the new Bone Rubbed Big Stick (model number 243BO) is an ash wood bat featuring Profile 243, a large barrel and a 15/16” handle. Bat lengths are 32”, 33” and...
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For many pros, choosing a wood bat is all about feel. And for many of those pros, an ash wood bat just feels right.

Rawlings makes both ash and maple bats, but ash wood has had the longer tenure in the Major Leagues.

Ash was the...
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