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Mark Kreindler
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  • Danville, CA
  • United States
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  • Michael Thomas Weber
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Mark Kreindler replied to Matt Rehkopf's discussion European Beech Wood in the group Wood Bat Makers
"Fairly certain the beech wood being peddled in the market place currently are NOT splits"
Apr 3, 2015
Pelle Högström joined Mark Kreindler's group
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M^POWERED BASEBALL

PROFESSIONAL WOOD BAT, BASEBALL, PROTECTIVE GEAR, GLOVE COMPANY and much more
Oct 12, 2014
Mark Kreindler commented on The CheckSwing Clubhouse's group MSBL/MABL
"The game is wood, will always be wood and that is that.  Your point of view about wood is just laughable."
Feb 19, 2014
Joe Piombo commented on Mark Kreindler's group M^POWERED BASEBALL
"Love your guys bats!! Swung one a couple years ago, that I found at play it again sports in Stockton! 34in bamboo with a snake on the barrel! I loved the feel! Glad to see you guys growing! Glad to see some great products coming out of NorCal!!"
Nov 12, 2012
Joe Piombo joined Mark Kreindler's group
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M^POWERED BASEBALL

PROFESSIONAL WOOD BAT, BASEBALL, PROTECTIVE GEAR, GLOVE COMPANY and much more
Nov 12, 2012
Mark Kreindler replied to David LeVine's discussion BBCOR in the group High School Baseball
"My company makes an exceptional BBCOR bat and it is reasonably priced.  The M^POWERED 777POWR bbcor is priced at $199 a bat; if you buy 12 or more we can do a deal at $185 each.  We USE X847 alloy which is the same material that goes into…"
Jan 26, 2012
Mark Kreindler joined The CheckSwing Clubhouse's group
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High School Baseball

A new group for players, coaches, umpires, scouts, and anyone else currently involved with High School Baseball.
Jan 26, 2012
Mark Kreindler is now friends with Michael Paes, PM CUSTOM GLOVES and Pat Conboy
Dec 4, 2011
Mark Kreindler commented on The CheckSwing Clubhouse's group Wood Bat Makers
"How much?  And why do you think it is the best ash in the world."
Dec 4, 2011
Mark Kreindler commented on The CheckSwing Clubhouse's group Wood Bat Makers
"I am going to throw this one out to the wood bat making community here!  There is a supplier of maple that supplys two of the more prominent brands approved by MLB (not Marrucci and not H&B-next tier)  Well known makers.  I am…"
Dec 4, 2011
Mark Kreindler replied to RobertPodgorski's discussion Bamboo Wood Bats
"Bamboo is not wood, it is a plant.  We are a professional gear company specializing in ash, maple, birch and hickory.  We also make bamboo.  I suggest you get him a real wood bat and we would be honored to make him 2, 4 or 6  "
Jun 27, 2011
Chris Corso replied to Mark Kreindler's discussion ASH AND MAPLE BILLETS in the group Wood Bat Makers
"Tom that is disturbing.  After being in the business for 15 years I've seen more and more mills shut down.  Mills that we (You Walt, Myself and a couple others) helped get going and spent countless hours and…"
May 11, 2011
Christine Bednark replied to Mark Kreindler's discussion ASH AND MAPLE BILLETS in the group Wood Bat Makers
"Another pest is spreading. We all know the emerald ash borer, aka  EAB,  is spreading across the nation and has killed over a one hundred million trees. The source of this deadly pest was a wooden pallet containing the bugs that was…"
May 11, 2011
Chris Corso replied to Mark Kreindler's discussion ASH AND MAPLE BILLETS in the group Wood Bat Makers
"Took me 15 years to find our sources through trial and error and spending hundreds of thousands of dollars...not a piece of info we give out. Good Luck, CC"
May 9, 2011
Walter Ambrosch Master Turner replied to Mark Kreindler's discussion ASH AND MAPLE BILLETS in the group Wood Bat Makers
"We do.   Hand Split, Vacuum Dried and Precision Doweled.   Even our #3 wood is better than most A grade on the market."
May 8, 2011
Mark Kreindler added a discussion to the group Wood Bat Makers
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ASH AND MAPLE BILLETS

WHAT SUPPLIER HAS THE BEST ASH AND MAPLE?
May 8, 2011

Profile Information

Bats:
Both
Throws:
Right
Height:
5' 10"
Weight:
195
Position(s):
P, 1B, 2B
Type of hitter... Power? Average? Slap? Pull?
OCCASIONAL POWER
If you pitch, what type of pitcher are you... Power? Ground ball, Fly ball, Knuckleball?
SMART with lots of movement
I currently:
Play Baseball
Baseball Playing Experience:
Independent, 30+, 40+, 50+
Baseball Coaching Experience:
Little League, Babe Ruth, American Legion
Baseball Umpiring Experience
Little League
Softball Playing Experience:
Slow Pitch
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
Website:
http://www.mpoweredbaseball.com

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At 4:47am on January 19, 2010, Mark Kreindler said…
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.
At 4:45am on January 19, 2010, Mark Kreindler said…
Nice meeting you James. Please call me when you have a chance
At 11:27am on January 18, 2010, Prevail Bat Company said…
Hey Mark, Nice Meeting you the other day. Hope the weekend went well for you.
At 9:36am on November 24, 2009, Michael Thomas Weber said…
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.
At 2:46pm on September 25, 2009, Bill Stanton said…
Mark- Thanks for joining us at CheckSwing! Have a great time making new connections and talking baseball. Please invite any players and coaches that you know to join us as well. Enjoy!
 
 
 

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