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BBCOR vs USSSA - HOME RUN DERBY with the 2020 Easton Maxum 360 - The Baseball Bat Bros

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The Baseball Bat Bros test out the performance of BBCOR (high school) baseball bat vs. a USSSA (youth travel ball) baseball bat.
We lost a lot of baseballs :/

We will also be doing a more in-depth review of the 2020 Combat Maxum 360 - so stay tuned for that!
This video was simply meant to demonstrate the performance difference in a BBCOR bat vs. a USSSA bat.

This test had VERY conclusive results - as expected, the USSSA -5 bat blew the -3 BBCOR out of the water - as it should have. The BBCOR standard put on high school baseball bats in 2012 really dampened down the pop of -3 high school bats. Most BBCOR bats actually have something called a 'restrictor ring' in the barrel to prevent trampoline effect and springiness in the barrel. In other cases companies are forced to just use much thicker barrel walls. This has resulted in bats with smaller sweet spots and bats that hit the ball similar to the way a wood bat does. The BBCOR .50 stamp means that a stationary BBCOR bat will only rebound 50% of a baseball's velocity coming towards it.

On the other hand, a USSSA 1.5 BPF bat has a lot more freedom. These bats are known for their thin, unrestricted barrel walls which results in a bigtime springy trampoline effect and a loud, hollow sound when hitting. The difference on well-struck balls with a BBCOR and USSSA bat was about 25-40 feet.


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*NCAA/Legal Disclaimer: John Taylor, Mason Utech, Cameron Clayton, Gus Rogers, and any other guest appearance hitters are simply volunteers and will not/have not been financially compensated and have not received special benefits (i.e. gear they get to keep for themselves) for their appearances in these videos.
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