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4/15/2010
New to Rawlings’ lineup is an improved wood fungo bat.

This fungo bat comes with a new pro fungo profile and an ultra-light feel. It has a 2.25-inch, hollow barrel and is 35 inches long.

In an online review, GunnersBaseball of Elk Grove, Calif., gave high marks to the new wood fungo: “I think it’s still the easiest fungo to hit with. It's hollow, so be careful if you’re He-Man. The...
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5/28/2010
If you’re looking for your child’s first bat, you can’t go wrong with Rawlings’ T-Ball bats.

All of Rawlings T-Ball bats have been tested for safety and are approved for use in T-Ball leagues.

They are lightweight for small players, and they feature the Sure-Lock end plug, which reduces damage due to miss-hits off the end of the bat.

They can be used by boys or Continue Reading
5/10/2010
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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5/18/2010
Imagine a bat that won’t vibrate, but that still has a large sweet spot and lots of pop. Imagine a bat that has a stiff handle, but that won’t sting. Imagine it’s priced better than the competition.

Impossible? Then you haven’t taken a swing with Rawlings’ newest bat—the 5150 Exogrid with Ph.D.

Available for pre-order, the Exogrid capitalizes on Ph.D technology (that’s passive hybrid damping) to...
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5/14/2010
Rawlings has adjusted its lineup of 5150 bats because of a change last year in NCAA rules.

For the 2010 baseball season, 1-piece composite bats are no longer allowed. Therefore, Rawlings has removed the youth league (-11) and senior league (-9) bats from its 5150 Composite series and created the 5150 X-treme Performance line just for them.

Because of this rule change, another bat in the 5150 Composite series, the Continue Reading
5/19/2010
Maple wood bats have become the popular choice among pro athletes in recent years, and Rawlings carries a variety of models, lengths and prices.

Maple wood bats, are known to be firmer, giving them more pop. Despite their reputation for shattering explosively when they break, maple wood bats...
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