Wood Bats Gain Ground

Kerrigan, Andy
November 2007
SGB;Nov2007, Vol. 40 Issue 11, p24
Trade Publication
Product Review
The article evaluates several wooden baseball bats, including the Pro Six Maple 72 from Easton, the V-Grip by Mattingly, and the Pro-Grade from Verdero.


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