Top Ten 2009 Baseball Bats for Youth and High School

Coach Scott’s Top Ten 2009 Baseball Bats for Youth and High School Product Review. These are the top 10 baseball bats Coach Scott has seen in a his baseball gym while coaching and teaching students the fundamentals of hitting a baseball. Finding a good baseball bat is tough on parents these days as, there are so many on the market. Finding a good youth or high school baseball review from a reliable source is very difficult. These 2009 baseball bats from Good Guys Review is based on what kids are using in the baseball facilities and batting cages. This year we broke down our top ten by separating the best five baseball bats by price and then the five best on performance.

These baseball bats all are great bats. This lists is my preferences based on the feedback my kids give me in the baseball cages. What really matters is how the kids like how it feels in their hands from the start to the end of a swing. You can also check out these Baseball Internet Specialsafter you have reviewed Coach Scott’s favorite choices.

Top Five Youth and High School Baseball Bats By Performance


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Nike CX2 Composite Baseball Bat
iconThe Nike CX2 Composite Baseball Bat provides explosive power for a carbon composite, multi-wall construction. A baseball really launches from this bat because of how it stores and then release the energy at launch. I’ve seen this bat make better hitters from the balanced weight and responsiveness of a poorly hit ball. This baseball bat has a system called ‘Speedlink’. This system is designed to increase speed by providing a flexible composite handle, balanced two piece construction and Aero Cap advanced aerodynamics.

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Nike Aero Fuse
iconThe Nike Aero Fuse Little League Bat is just a step away from the the Nike Fuse CX2. It is very quick and explosive baseball bat. This baseball bat also has the ‘Speedlink’ system and is balanced for bat speed, quicker acceleration, and reduced vibration for a solid feel at contact. The 2.25″ barrel diameter meets 1.15 BPF standard. Approved for play in Little League, Babe Ruth, Dixie Youth Baseball, Pony Baseball and AABC. The kids really like this bat for its sleek color and how it feels in their hands.
iconicon Easton Stealth IMX Composite
iconThe Easton Stealth IMX Composite baseball bat ranks number 3 on the list, right behind the Nike bats. Easton’s system does maximize the handles “kick” point and transfers energy from handle to barrel for a good whip through the hitting zone. I hear all the time how kids feel this bat provides the least amount of sting on those poorly hit baseballs. This allows the hitter to finish their swing. ESR Certified, 2 5/8″ diameter barrel and -3 length to weight ratio. Thin 31/32″ tapered handle with Pro-Tack cushioned grip. Easton does provide an exclusive 400-day warranty with this baseball bat.

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DeMarini CF3
iconDeMarini has absolutely been making better and better baseball bats. I’ve seen more of this bat in my facility in just the last couple of months. The overall balance of the bat allows the hitter to get the barrel through their approach and finish properly. I love the sound this bat makes when contact is made with a baseball. Nice bat. BESR certified. -3 oz. weight ratio. 32″, 33″, 34″ lengths.

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Easton Synergy IMX Composite
icon>The Synergy IMX is just a few steps behind the others in overall balance and handling. This bat also has the Eastons IMX system and has great transfer of energy from the handle to the barrel. Kids who like this bat speak about how this bat never stings their hands. This is a distinction of a very good basebase ball bat. BESR Certified, 2 5/8″ diameter barrel, and -3 length to weight ratio. Thin 31/32″ tapered handle with Pro-Tack cushioned grip. As with other Easton baseball bats, this comes with an exclusive 400-day warranty.







Top Five Youth and High School Baseball Bats For The Money



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Nike Aero Fuse
iconThe Nike Aero Fuse Baseball Bat is just the right bat for the money. Yes, the Nike CX is great, but in these economic times, the Aero Fuse provides you with the best value for the money.

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Louisvillie Slugger Exogrid
iconLouisvillie Slugger Exogrid is another baseball bat that is great for the money. It doesn’t rank with the others above, but does provide a good bat for the value.
iconicon Easton BST9 Stealth CNT Stiff FlexiconEaston BST9 Stealth CNT is another bat with good value for the bat. I find this bat to be a good bat with balance and a great handle. Good value for a good bat.

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Louisville Slugger Catalys
iconLouisville Slugger Catalyst Little League bat is great bat for the kids. This cost effective provides the durability and performance to last a couple of seasons.

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Rawlings Plasma Gold Little League Baseball Bat
iconRawlings Plasma Gold Little League Baseball Bat is the last bat on our best value for the money. This bat has been a solid favorite with the kids. They like the gold color. It handles well and is duarable for this price range.

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