Today Is The Day To Buy A Baseball Or Softball Bat If You Need One

Jack Kocsis | Director of Commerce

Little League season may be over, but June is prime time for the beginning rec baseball and softball leagues. If you or your team need a bat, Easton bats are up to 55 percent off today.

There are dozens of baseball and softball bats included in this sale, with a wide range of prices. (Each model also comes in various lengths and weights).

The cheapest product included in this sale is the MAKO 11 Fastpitch Softball Bat. Normally $40, today you can get it for a mere $24.

The cheapest bat available, this adult softball bat can be had for under $30 (Photo via Amazon)

The cheapest bat available, this adult softball bat can be had for under $25 (Photo via Amazon)

MAKO 11 Fastpitch Softball Bat on sale for $24

The most expensive is the MAKO XL COMP 3 BBCOR Adult Baseball Bat. This baby usually costs $450, but is 47 percent off today, and can be had for only $240. (The discounted price is still the most expensive. Then again, this is the nicest bat).

The most expensive bat on sale, this MAKO is 47 percent off today and is still over $200 (Photo via Amazon)

The most expensive bat on sale, this MAKO is 47 percent off today and is still over $200 (Photo via Amazon)

MAKO XL COMP 3 BBCOR Adult Baseball Bat on sale for $240

Of course, there are many, many bats that cost somewhere in between. They all suit a different purpose, so check them out to see which one works best for you. You won’t find a better price.

Easton Baseball and Softball Bats — up to 50 percent off

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