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Should metal bats be banned from College Baseball?

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Answered 2011-09-13 13:56:57

Yes it should be because soon after their college career, Baseball players must face faster, better pitchers with weaker, wooden bats, causing bad starts to many rookie careers. With baseball bats that are wooden in college, scouts can help their team much more from more accurate results.

No, because if college players used wooden bats there would be a lot more no hitters. That's why they have the Minor leauges

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