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BAUM BAT WHITE vs BAUM BAT GOLD - Worth the upgrade? - Baseball Bat Reviews

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The Baseball Bat Bros compare the regular Baum Bat White Edition to the Baum Bat Gold Edition. Is it worth is the extra $30 to get the Gold version?

Baum Bat:
-A "Wood Composite" bat - a composite interior surrounded by a layer of Ash wood.
-Their claim to fame is that these bats won't break. And that seems to be very true.
-Endloaded compared to a BBCOR, but pretty balanced compared to an actual pure maple bat.
-Pretty typical wood bat sweet spot - small, but great pop on the sweet spot. -Pop is comparable to the best maple bats out there on the Gold version.
-Very stiff/unforgiving
-approved for BBCOR, Lower-level MILB, Perfect Game, and most wood bats leagues
-The Gold version is probably our favorite all-around wood bat right now for high school/junior college.

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