Selection of Apex Bats game bats
"You were right about the trainer bat. He was in a slump going 3-12 in the previous 5 games and in the past 7 he's 13-21 with two doubles. Bat speed has improved a lot."
Apex Bats Adult Weighted Trainer mentioned above
DESIGNING AND ENGINEERING A WOOD BAT ISN'T EASY...BUT BUYING ONE IS!
Refer to the Bat Buying Guide for more information on how to choose the perfect bat for you.
I'm not sure there are many sounds as recognizable as that of a baseball on a wood bat. Both of my boys play baseball, but unfortunately wood bats are rarely used in games anymore. The advantage of metal bats is difficult to overcome...unless your dad makes you a custom wood bat! That was my inspiration, but once I started down that path the engineer in me took over. There is a lot more to making good wood bats than meet the eye and even young players can successfully use wood bats.
The process for all of my wood bats starts with the bat blank. I measure and weigh every bat blank. The density of the wood is then used in my own custom program to ensure the final product meets the requirements of Apex Bats.
Whether you are looking for traditional wood bats, weighted training bats, one-handed bats or something else, just let me know and Apex Bats can help.
Apex bats are made from Maple or Ash, specialty woods such as Birch or Beech available upon request.
Adult Game Bats
Weighted training bats
Glove Butter, my own formula for the best glove conditioner there is
Family picture for the Chaska Cubs
Custom game bat, black handle with yellow transition.
Apex Bats own formula for glove conditioner, "D&L Glove Butter"
Glove mallets are made from either Maple or Ash and are approximately 12" long