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Friday, July 24, 2009

NCAA Mulls Ban Of Composite Bats

Baseball America informs us that the NCAA is considering banning composite bats, which, through either age or an intentional manipulation known as "rolling", have been shown to have a "trampoline effect" that causes the ball to fly off the bat at speeds up to 117 MPH. Home runs, hits, and runs per game have all spiked over the last two years, and this coincides with the use of aged composite bats.



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