Full Product Overview
These bats are designed to be able to get the bat through the zone quicker and being able to control the barrel more easily. Typically, singles hitter/contact hitters bats are built with a slim profile meaning, these bats will transition from barrel to handle faster and the barrels themselves will not be very big in diameter. With such, they tend to be the lightest bats and the best bats for 1, 2 and 9-hole hitters (the guys who job is to get on base and let someone knock them in). They are also a good choice for those moving up to high school baseball, making the transition from a youth bat to the full size, approved -3 or heavier drop weight of a high school-age bat.
SINGLES/CONTACT HITTER WOOD BAT STATS:
Available lengths: 32", 32.5", 33", 33.5", 34", 34.5"
Wood Types: Maple or Birch, Ash as available. For Maple or Birch selection: chosen by Phoenix Bats with most being maple.
Finish: Varies. See NOTE ABOUT CLEARANCE BAT FINISHES below
Wood Quality: Same premium grade wood as on all our 1st run bats, but when we mess something up, you score! Learn more below.
SHIP TIME: These bats will ship within 5 business days of your order being placed.
For example if you order by noon EST:
- Count 5 business days from the current date, and the bats will ship within that time frame
- If you place your order after 12pm, count 5 business days from the next days date and the bats will ship within that time frame
WHY IS THIS BAT A CLEARANCE BAT?
Clearance wood bats end up in clearance because the bat is out-of-spec, or is miss-engraved, or is the wrong color as ordered, or has some surface scuffing, a small ding or other finish issue. Regardless of whether the baseball bat is finished or not, all clearance wood baseball bats, regardless of issue, use the same quality wood as our standard order wood baseball bats and all include a Phoenix logo. If the wood bat is not game worthy, it does not make it in to the clearance section. So, you get a solid bat at a great price.
NOTE ABOUT CLEARANCE BAT FINISHES:
Finishes will vary as we stop the process once we realize a bat will not meet specification. Sometimes this happens early in the process, before we even have had a chance to color the bat; sometimes the issue doesn't occur until the end of the process (such as an engraving error). Early rejections, that still can be a game worthy clearance bat, occur when the piece of wood we have chosen doesn't turn out in the weight we expected. We refuse to play the game we see some competitors do of painting a flawed wood bat black to hide any issues that they know will cause the bat to fail prematurely.
CLEARANCE BAT PURCHASE POLICY
Clearance bats do not fall under Phoenix's Risk Free Guarantee and thus are not returnable and are not exchangeable. In the rare case that you experience a wood-related failure with a clearance bat, our standard warranty for an undetectable wood issue does apply, so please contact us for such. We're here to help with all our bats.