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Should metal bats be banned from Little League?

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2008-12-23 21:35:42
2008-12-23 21:35:42

An aluminum bat is lighter and stronger than wood, children of little league age are often times not strong enough to swing a wooden bat in a length and barrel size to be competitive. It has increased the hitting ability of the younger players and added to a more exciting game.

The above answer is absolutely correct, but I think all aluminum bats everywhere should be banned. There's nothing like "the crack of the bat", with the youth of today are not experiencing.

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