Ottawa’s Very Own Bat Man

Canadian Workshop

April 1998

Ottawa’s Very Own Bat Man By Robert Koci “Bats are pretty simple until you make thousands of them,” says Holman. “That’s where the details and complexities of bat design begin to absorb you.” “The label is always placed over the flat grain. That way, when the batter holds the bat with the label toward his body, he knows he will make contact with the ball on a tight grain and generate more drive. Holman tells his hitters to “look into the eyes of the bat.”

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