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Old Hickory JD28 J.D. Martinez Maple Wood Baseball Bat JD28

Old Hickory JD28 J.D. Martinez Maple Wood Baseball Bat JD28
Old Hickory JD28 J.D. Martinez Maple Wood Baseball Bat JD28
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Old Hickory JD28 J.D. Martinez Maple Wood Baseball Bat JD28

As one of the best pure hitters in Baseball, J.D. Martinez turns to Old Hickory as his Bat of choice over the last few seasons. The Old Hickory JD28 J.D. Martinez Maple Wood Baseball Bat JD28 is very similar to Mike Trout’s Wood Bat, which makes sense, two of the best pure hitters in Baseball using an almost identical bat and so should you. Made with high-quality maple wood this bat has a long barrel and is fairly balanced. Use what the pros use and pick up this Old Hickory Wood bat today!

• Wood: Maple

• Model: JD28 J.D. Martinez

• Barrel: 2 ˝” medium

• Handle: 29/32” medium

• Cupped: Yes

Ash Bats

• Pound for pound, ash is the strongest timber available.

• Ash has a flexibility that isn’t found in other timbers like maple. It tends to flex rather than break giving you a larger and more forgiving sweet spot.

• Ash is lighter than maple giving you a wider range of large barrel models.

Maple Bats

• Maple is a very dense timber with a greater surface hardness than ash.

• Maple is a closed-grained timber with a structure similar to layers in a laminated product. This makes the bat less prone to flake and makes the bat more durable.

• Because Maple is a heavier material many of the maple bats produced are of a smaller barrel model to get the bat weight lighter.

Until you become experienced with hitting wood bats don’t be surprised if you break a few. Miss hits along the handle or end of the bat can break a wood bat. It will take practice, but with time and work you will find yourself becoming a better hitter and breaking fewer bats. Make sure you hit with the label up or label down when swinging a wood bat. The label of the bat is placed on the flat of the grain on ash wood bats because this is the weaker side of the bat. Hitting with the label up or down will help you hit the stronger side of the bat and increase your bats life.

Old Hickory JD28 J.D. Martinez Maple Wood Baseball Bat JD28