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2015 Anderson Baseball Bats

Wednesday, January 7th, 2015

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Anderson Bats has released their 2015 models. There are some familiar faces, but Anderson Bat Company has infused the line with some new styles. Anderson Bats brought back their mainstay with the 2015 Techzilla 2.0. The Anderson Techzilla 2.0 features a multi-wall construction with a very light and durable AB900 Aerospace Alloy. As in year’s past, the Techzilla is a drop 9 youth bat that is approved in most youth leagues.

Anderson Bats released a new bat, which we are pretty excited about. The Anderson Bat Company Flex Bats are balanced bats with a “muscled up” barrel. The key to driving the ball is to create swing speed, which is done with a very lightweight aerospace alloy and an ultra-thin handle. We’ve been anticipating Anderson Bats releasing a BBCOR model and think the Flex is a great addition to our BBCOR lineup!

2009 Baseball Equipment Series – Anderson Baseball Bats

Thursday, March 12th, 2009

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Swing any brands bat and you’ll never find one that sounds like an Anderson. Renowned for their durability and performance, Anderson bats use several new technologies to increase performance across their full line of youth and adult baseball bats.

Anderson Bat Company developed power-arch technology for their bats which is a series of opposing arches that stay in contact with the outer barrel to reduce vibrations, thus increasing performance. The “crack” heard from Anderson bats is literally unheard of with metal bats. The Energy Loading System, single wall technolgoy, harnesses the bat vibration and diverts it back to the ball creating a “crack” sound instead of the normal “ping” heard in most bats.

Approved by every major youth league, the Anderson Techzilla is one of the most sought after little league bats around. The Pyrotech adult bat uses the same technology for increased performance in adult and senior leagues. Anderson bats are changing hitting one “crack” at a time.

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