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Coach's Fungo Bat

Regular price €60,00
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The Hot Hitter Fungo Bat, a valuable tool for any coach. These long, skinny bats are used by pro & amateur coaches alike, crafted by hand to be lighter and longer than a traditional baseball bat. 

Commonly used during training, these bats help develop player defensive skills as coaches can easily vary the speed, angle, rotation, and most importantly the distance of the baseball for the fielder to enhance their performance.  

These fungo bats are designed to hit balls tossed in the air and not thrown baseballs. 

  • 35 Inch Length - Popular For Hitting Infield Practice

  • 2.23 Inch Barrel 

  • 7/8 Inch Thin Handle

  • Approximate Weight - 25 oz.

  • Lightweight Design

  • Standard Conventional Knob

Delivery

Standard Rate delivery from €7.27 with 3-5 days to France. Europe Standard Rate delivery from €8.00 with 3-8 day delivery to Europe.

Standard Shipping service is via Colissimo.

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Returns

If you're not happy with your item for any reason, you can return it to us within 14 days of receipt for a full refund if it's in a saleable, unused condition. 

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CEB Approved

pro-grade wood

Experience our handcrafted, pro quality wood baseball bats. All bats are manufactured in the EU.

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The sound of solid contact

Pro-Grade Maple

Did you know?

Maple wood

Maple is a dense wood with a slightly heavier feel and has the hardest hitting surface. Recent polls show that MLB players prefer maple bats over the rest. But why..? Because maple bats are very rigid, and this gives them tremendous pop.




Ash Wood

Ash has a lighter feel and great flexibility. Ash has more flex, and some players like this because the ash wood bat can feel like it gives them a little more whip. The downfall with ash is that it breaks down with repeated use, and that’s simply because of the nature of the wood grains.

Birch wood

Birch simply put is a combination bat. Birch has the hardness of a maple bat and flexibility at the point of contact that is almost similar to Ash.