Build Your Bat

Free Engraving

Maximum number of characters: 35

Maximum number of characters: 35

Allowed file extensions to upload: .jpg, .eps, .tiff, .cdr

Maximum image width: 3000 px.

Maximum image height: 3000 px.

Purchase

$95.00

Availability: In stock

$95.00
  • Quick Facts
  • Detailed Overview
  • Finding the Perfect Bat

Typical User:

  • Gap hitter who likes a thin handle and a long barrel for more contact area.
  • Player who likes to spray the ball backside but still barrel up the inside pitches.

B72 Wood Bat Stats:

  • Just under 2-1/2" avg diameter barrel, but long
  • Just under 15/16" thinner handle
  • Defined knob to fully catch your hand
  • -2.5 drop (length - 2.5 = ounces)
  • Nicely balanced with longer hitting area

Try any bat for 10 days, risk free!

- Read details -

More About Our B72 Wood Bat

Details

The B72 professional player wood baseball bat is modeled after the wood bat swung by Derek Jeter of the Yankees. It is considered a gap hitter bat and is very well balanced.

This wooden bat features a smaller barrel than the Phoenix's R141 Popular Game Bat but with a longer barrel.
The B72 pro bat's handle is fairly thin, transitioning in to a R141 style knob: a little bit of a taper from the handle in to a traditional style knob.

B72 Wood Bat Stats:
Barrel: slightly smaller diameter just under 2-1/2", but longer for more hitting area
Handle: slightly thinner at just under 15/16"
Knob: defined to rest your hand on
Weight: -2.5 drop (length - drop = weight in ounces)
Nicely balanced

Typical User:
Gap hitter who likes a thin handle and a long barrel for more contact area.
Player who likes to spray the ball backside but still barrel up the inside pitches.

Not sure which bat to go with?
With the Phoenix Bat Risk-Free Guarantee, try a bat for 10 days and if you don’t like it send it back. More details here



No matter which Phoenix wood baseball bat you go with, our belief is simple: every player, at every level...not just our pros...deserves a quality wood bat.

Need Help Finding the Perfect Bat?