If you pitch, what type of pitcher are you... Power? Ground ball, Fly ball, Knuckleball?
SMART with lots of movement
Baseball Playing Experience:
Independent, 30+, 40+, 50+
Baseball Coaching Experience:
Little League, Babe Ruth, American Legion
Baseball Umpiring Experience
Softball Playing Experience:
Who is your favorite hitter and why?
MICKEY MANTLE best of all time
Who is your favorite pitcher and why?
GREG MADDUX PAINTS THE CORNERS
More About Me:
President and co-founder of fast growing PROFESSIONAL BASEBALL GEAR COMPANY. MLB APPROVED, wood bats, baseballs, protective gear, batting gloves, tiger stick, and much more. TEAM AND LEAGUE DEALS ON MLB WOOD. MAPLE, ASH, HICKORY, BIRCH, ELM, BAMBOO, COMPOSITES
Elm is a very stong wood, was used to build most of the railroad tresles in the USA, boat docks, and gunnery stands. Also was used to build most of the east and west coast boardwalks. It makes a balanced bat and has great pop. We actually have some players in the pros using it. Birch is much like maple but has flex of Ash. Best of both worlds. A real up and coming wood for pros.
I have a question about two of your bats. One, the elm is an
interesting wood to use. But is it a heavier bat than the maple,
because the elm trees I know of are some of the heavier trees in the
Midwest? Though it would probably have the advantage of being more
shatter resistant. Also is the birch bat a midpoint between the maple
and ash, as far as weight and hardness? I have never heard of such a
bat being used before.