Rawlings Big Stick Elite Birch Wood Baseball Bat: 110RBG

Rawlings Big Stick Elite Birch Wood Baseball Bat: 110RBG

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  • 110 Turn Model - Thick Handle, Long Taper and Shorter Barrel Length

  • Approximate Drop 3 Length-To-Weight Ratio

  • Balanced Swing Feel

  • Constructed From Birch Wood [Birch Creates A Hard Surface (Like Maple) While Still Offering Flex (Like Ash)]

  • Cupped Barrel End

  • Slightly Flared Knob

  • Pro Ink Dot Certified For MLB Approval

  • Colorway: Whitewash | Grey

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  • SKU 33292

Rawlings Big Stick Elite Birch Wood Baseball Bat: 110RBG
Baseball Bats Wood Baseball
Bat Type Baseball
Color Grey | White
Deals Personalization Eligible | Bundle and Save
End Design Cupped
Hitting Style Contact Hitter | Power Hitter
Ink Dot Yes
Length to Weight Ratio - 3
Material Wood
Swing Weight Balanced
Vendor Rawlings
Wood Type Birch


Rawlings Big Stick Elite Birch Wood Baseball Bat: 110RBG
Hitting the ball cleanly and with authority is the goal of any offensive-minded ballplayer. Choose this Rawlings Big Stick birch wood baseball bat to help you hone your skills at the plate. Its elite birch wood construction brings the best of both worlds from maple and ash, two other common bat wood types. Its flex is similar to ash for a little bit more whip and pop, and it's similar to maple in hardness, so it won't break down as easily.

Bat Benefits
This bat offers the professional Ink Dot, meaning it's been approved for use by Major League Baseball. The birch wood is selected by hand-picking the best billets, crafting them to a 110 profile for greater balance throughout the bat. This offensive tool is ideal for contact hitters, and its 26/32" handle aids in getting a better grip for bat control. With a 2 1/2" barrel diameter, you can expect a large hitting surface, and this combined with the better flex from birch wood helps increase the chances of more productive contact.


Customer Reviews

My son is playing in a summer collegiate wood bat league with this Big Stick. If you want the balanced feel of 110-style bat in birch, it's a good choice. The MLB ink dot is a plus.

He started the season with a ~$150.00 LS birch 110 that also had the MLB ink dot. That hit well but unfortunately broke on a mid-80's fastball to the handle. This Big Stick hits just as well but at a lower price. ,
Review by Frederick (Posted on 3/17/2022)

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