2020 Louisville Slugger BBCOR Baseball Bat Lineup
New for 2020, the Louisville Slugger Meta BBCOR Baseball Bat is designed with an EKO composite barrel gives you the rare combination of a light-swinging bat, monster sweet spot and the truest sound in the game. Our patented 3FX connection system provides a perfectly-tuned ‘stiff’ feel on contact while, at the same time, dramatically reducing vibration.
The RTX end cap design is what allows for Louisville Slugger’s largest BBCOR barrel shape and a balanced swing weight, making this bat perfect for both contact and power hitters alike. The bat that took the BBCOR game by storm in 2019 is here to deliver again in 2020.
With a balanced swing weight for the ultimate combination of speed and power, the 2020 Louisville Slugger Meta (-3) BBCOR Baseball Bat is the perfect choice for the elite-level contact hitter in the lineup.
New for 2020, the Louisville Slugger Prime BBCOR Baseball Bat features an AVC Microform Composite barrel that is engineered to perfection, designed to give you an optimized sweet spot and unmatched feel.
Additionally, an RTX end cap provides a longer barrel shape and patented VCX Technology allows for independent movement between the barrel and handle while controlling vibration and providing unmatched feel on contact. VCX Technology creates a feel unique to both power and contact hitters alike.
With a balanced swing weight for the ultimate combination of speed and power, the 2020 Louisville Slugger Prime (-3) BBCOR Baseball Bat is the perfect choice for the elite-level contact hitter in the lineup.
New for 2020, the Louisville Slugger Select PWR BBCOR Baseball Bat features an innovative EXD Alloy barrel on the Select PWR, which is a half-inch longer than traditional BBCOR bats, giving you a highly-responsive expanded sweet spot on the heaviest-swinging bat in the 2020 Louisville Slugger bat lineup.
Paired with the extra-stiff 3FX PWR connection and PWR end cap, you get a bat crafted for one thing: turning swing momentum into maximum power and performance. Designed for strong, advanced hitters, this bat has the highest MOI of any in the 2020 Louisville Slugger lineup.
With a powerful swing weight that helps increase momentum and maximize distance, the 2020 Louisville Slugger Select PWR (-3) BBCOR Baseball Bat is the perfect choice for the elite-level power hitter in the lineup.
New for 2020, the Louisville Slugger Solo BBCOR baseball bat features a one-piece SL Hyper alloy construction that delivers a huge sweet spot and stiff feel on contact. The Solo is the lightest-swinging bat in the 2020 Louisville Slugger lineup and features the (SBC) Speed Ballistic Composite End Cap, allowing for increased swing speed and control.
Additionally, a Louisville Slugger PRO Comfort Grip gives you the perfect mix of tack and cushion in the hands on contact. You will notice the Solo’s one-piece construction allows for maximum bat speed through the zone, resulting in more power and pop off the bat.
With a drop 3 length to weight ratio and 2 5/8-inch barrel diameter, the 2020 Louisville Slugger Solo (-3) BBCOR Baseball Bat is the perfect choice for an elite-level baseball player looking to enhance their skills at the plate.
New for 2020, the Louisville Slugger Omaha BBCOR Baseball Bat is designed with an MX 7U1+ alloy barrel which delivers a huge sweet spot and stiffer feel on contact. The Omaha features a VIBEX premium vibration dampening handle construction to reduce hand sting and a 6-Star premium end cap design.
Its balanced swing weight in the 31-inch and 32-inch models provides the ultimate combination of speed and power, while the 33-inch and 34-inch models feature a heavier swing weight on the MOI scale, preferred by stronger, more advanced hitters. Fine-tuning and attention to detail drives the top hitters in BBCOR to pick up this bat year after year.
With the possibility of both a balanced and powerful swing weight, the 2020 Louisville Slugger Omaha (-3) BBCOR Baseball Bat is the perfect choice for any elite-level hitter in the lineup.
This article was originally published on September 19, 2019, and has been updated with new information.