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  • Quick Facts
  • Detailed Overview
  • Finding the Perfect Bat

Typical User:

  • Contact hitter looking for a little bigger sweet spot to drive the ball into the gaps.
  • Player who likes thicker handles, or who is looking for inside pitch protection.

F110 Wood Bat Stats:

  • 2-1/2" barrel
  • 31/32" slightly thicker handle
  • -2.5 drop (length - 2.5 = ounces)
  • Very balanced

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More About Our F110 Wood Bat

Details

Are you a table setter on the baseball team—get on base, and then let the big dog drive you home? The F110 Professional Series wood baseball bat (you may know it as the M110) is a great choice for the gap/line drive hitter who needs a little more to turn some outs in to hits.

Why has this been a popular baseball bat model over the years? Probably because it adds a little extra pop without adding the weight, and is very balanced. The F110 fits right in between the BB71 and the R141—nicely balanced like the R141, but with a little more oomph than a typical lead-off hitter's bat such as the BB71 or JK5. It also has a slightly thicker handle for the wood bat baseball player who is concerned about getting jammed.

F110 Professional Series wood bat stats:
2-1/2" barrel
31/32" slightly thicker handle
-2.5 drop (length - drop = weight in ounces)
Very balanced

Typical user:
Contact hitter who’s goal is to get on base more often

F110 Fast Ship Available!
The F110 can be ordered through this page with full personalization of every feature. Just want one really fast without any rush fees? Check out the F110 Fast Ship. Same exact bat but with stock features.

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