DeMarini Baseball and Softball Bats
There are a number of factors to consider when selecting baseball, fast-pitch softball, or slow-pitch softball bats. Length, weight, and grip are all important factors, as are unique standards for performance set by the USSSA and USA Baseball governing bodies. Here are a few things to keep in mind.What are the characteristics of DeMarini baseball bats?
The CF9 (-10) bat utilizes DeMarini technology from knob to endcap. The Paraflex Composite Barrel is made from 22% stronger carbon fibers and has a large sweet spot. The 3Fusion end cap works with other bat components to optimize weight, control, and performance. The RCK Knob is ergonomically designed. It also has USSSA approval, qualifying it for use in professional sports.What characteristics does DeMarini's fast-pitch softball bat have?
DeMarini's CFX (-8) fast-pitch softball bat is designed for power hitters who can handle a heavier stick. USSSA approved, it has a small length-to-weight ratio. The CFX (-8) fast-pitch softball bat features a two-piece design, a Paraflex Composite material, and a large sweet spot. This bat also features composite material, an enhanced barrel design, and an ergonomic RCK Knob.What DeMarini models are designed for slow-pitch softball?
DeMarini makes several different types of slow-pitch softball bats, such as:
- The Deuce: This bat is engineered to swing heavy and to deliver a blend of end-load and power. The piece of equipment boasts a 12-inch quad-wall barrel, large sweet spot, and TR3 FLO handle.
- The Uprising: This softball bat features a DeMarini revamped hybrid performance grip.
DeMarini uses several different types of materials to construct their bats to achieve varied results:
DeMarini makes baseball bats in the following lengths:
- 24-26 inches: These bats are designed for children who are 5 to 7 years old.
- 26-28 inches: This bat length range is intended for use by children between 8 and 9 years of age.
- 28-29 inches: This is the range of bat length that is designed to be used by a 10-year-old.
- 30-31 inches: These bats are most commonly used by children aged 11 to 12.
- 31-32 inches: This bat length range is popular with children between 13 and 14 years of age.
- 32-33 inches: This is the range of bat length that is designed for use by children who are 15-16 years old.