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Old 05-15-2018, 08:26 PM
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Default Axe bat?

Listening to the Braves game and heard mention of the Axe bat?
Apparently being used in the Majors?
http://axebat.com
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Perhaps the "Baltimore Chop" will experience a resurgence.
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Lonnie Chisenhall of the Indians has been using one for several years now I believe.
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Lonnie Chisenhall of the Indians has been using one for several years now I believe.
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The website doesn't seem to show any adult wood bats. Did MLB change to allow composites?
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The website doesn't seem to show any adult wood bats. Did MLB change to allow composites?
Maybe the MLB players are using wooden bats but with these "axe handles"? Suppose to reduce injuries?
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Probably, I can't imagine MLB changing something like that and it not being a big deal.

I couldn't find any in their online store on the website, so maybe the pro level wood bats are custom and for pros only?
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