Wood & Composite Fungo Bats
Fungo Bats Buying Guides
April 07, 2014
New technology has drastically changed the way baseball bats and softball bats have been produced over the last 20 years. Bats are no longer made of just aluminum, but can also be made of composite, which is known for being a material that the ball jumps off of.
June 09, 2021
For ballplayers looking for a classic or professional baseball experience, nothing beats the sound and feel of using the best wood baseball bats on the market. There are a lot of wood bats to choose from, so we've put together an informative guide to help you choose from some of the best wood bats for your baseball experience.
June 08, 2015
There are so many bat choices for baseball and softball players in today’s game, it can often seem overwhelming. Understanding the differences between composite vs. aluminum bats is sometimes difficult for players - this wasn’t an issue decades ago when wood was the only option.
May 13, 2015
How many times have you seen a professional baseball or softball player take a big cut and lose his/her bat into the stands? It’s not that uncommon, and the simple fact that it happens to even professionals should make the importance of a bat grip or batting gloves even more obvious.
January 08, 2020
Pine tar is a very tacky, sticky substance that is produced by the high temperature carbonization of pine wood. Before its use in baseball, it was primarily used by mariners as a sealant for their vessels.
March 20, 2020
Purchasing a new bat can be very overwhelming at times due to the huge volume of bats available on the market. Durability, performance, and comfort at the plate are all key things to consider when choosing a new bat.