While Axe Bat is no stranger to slowpitch softball, one thing is for certain, the 2023 Axe Bat slowpitch lineup is turning some heads… and for good reason. While previous model iterations have provided ample performance and durability, specifically dating back to 2021, new regulations in the industry have allowed an opportunity to capitalize on years of research and development, and create a lineup of bats currently topping the industry in barrel performance.
There are many great books that can be helpful for baseball players, regardless of their level of experience. Here are some of the best baseball books for players. We'll start with the Science of Hitting by Ted Williams since he was the pioneer to use an Axe in training.
The new 3-piece Pro construction for the 2023 Avenge Pro Axe Bat features the Charged Carbon Max, a carbon composite material that brings performance to the very edge of the legal limit. The ShieldBoost Blastwall provides massive weight savings, top durability, and the largest barrel ever seen in a USSSA bat. The Shock Suspension technology intercepts vibration at the connection point, giving you the smoothest and best-feeling swing. The HyperWhip End Cap reduces even more weight for a faster and larger barrel, while the patented Youth Axe Handle provides more speed, control, and the best grip.
The player reaction to the Axe Flared Handle in testing has been extremely positive. Our longtime Axe fans have no reason to switch, but for anyone who has been skeptical of the Axe Handle in the past, getting their hands on this has been an eye-opening experience. We are confident that even these subtle Axe additions have a massive benefit over round knobs and we are eager to share them with anyone who hasn’t found their handle with us yet. This might just be the answer and we’re grateful for the honest critique and collaboration that’s made it possible for us to create it.
The peaches are the only all girl’s baseball club in Arizona. I started the peaches 7 years ago for my daughter Leighton when she was playing tee ball. Since then, we have grown to a 16 team club spanning 6 divisions at the Eastvalley Baseball League plus select tournament teams that play in all girls tournaments around the country.