The best head to head performance at the Sports Science Lab.
Proven more durable and will last longer than others.
One year breakage warranty beats the competition.
All Bats are handmade in Oregon.
The perfect blend of tradition and technology.
Always free shipping in the lower 48 states.
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Awesome grip, great feel.
This bat is a lot of fun!
great bat, good weight, damage to contact ratio good.
Feels and looks great!
So far so good
We made out 1st purchase with you and our son love the feel of the bay. Moms pretty happy too! Can’t wait for our 2023 season!! The Pimentel’s are Satisfied and returning customer.
I recently purchased the Powerwood M Series Balanced Bat as well as the Powerwood M Series Loaded Bat. They are the best tools I have in my bag. I play in the Detroit MSBL on two teams - Cubs 42+ and Cubs 52+. We face all types of pitching - slow to fast and straight to crafty. Based on the pitcher's speed and batting situations, I now have 2 ways to go. The bats are beautifully crafted, strong and worth the investment. I won't use another brand!
I needed a bat to not break in a live performance art exhibition.
Bat was beautiful and performed excellently.
I love my bat.
I took BP prior to a local wood bat tournament and hit like 8 of my first 12 pitches out. Then during the tournament our team led the tournament in homeruns by far. My buddy hit, i think 12 or so in 7 games. By the 3rd game, 6 guys in the lineup were using the bat and it didnt miss a beat. Great product, the coating still looks brand new.
John was responsive and flexible. I wasn't sure I was going to be able to salvage the bat I'd had for over 4 years but I got my bat back before my next game and it's hitting better than ever. I love the new grip. The only downside is that I won't get to purchase a new MacDougall for awhile.
First time my son used it was at a home run derby and got two home runs. Great bat.
I enjoy swinging the bat. Good performance and I have squared up quite a
few balls. No vibration at all.
After my son broke several other high dollar bats I decided to give the Macdougal a try
From the second he laid eyes on the bat he fell in love the craftsmanship alone was well above others
The first game with the bat was just as impressive with great pop
This is his go to bat
Great feel. Comes through the zone with a lot of power.
my son is 12, he absolutely loves it . A lot of power and great pop. Best wooden bat he has used, plan on ordering more soon.
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PowerWood™ Technology goes into every bat we make. But what goes into PowerWood Technology? High- tolerance joinery, True Hickory and Tanoak hardwoods, plus a special Fusion process, to name a few. All combine to create a bat that will never shatter or explode - something other all-wood bats can't do. No foreign materials like plastic, foam, metal or fiberglass. We stay true to the Baseball Tradition.Choose your Bat
The Baseball Research Center put the PowerWood to the test. In case you think our bats look "flexible" in these videos, rest assured they are not. That's what happens when you hit a bat on the end of the barrel at 198 mph in 15,000 frames per second video! And remember, the regular "pro model" wood bats broke a LONG time before they got to this point.
Test speed protocol:170 mph 2" from the end of the barrel equivalent to Albert Pujols taking a full cut at a 93 mph fastball) The PowerWood goes the first 22 hits without breaking. In fact, nothing happened until the testers increased the speed to 198 mph, when a slight fracture appeared in the barrel. The bat was still usable. The pro-model comparison bat only took seven hits at 165 mph before the handle split open. 10x longer than others.
Test speed protocol:125 mph at the label (bat speed is slower near the hands) After 50 hits, the testers ramped the speed up to 163 mph (40 mph faster than it would see in the Majors). Nothing happened, even after 89 hits. The pro-model comparison bat only survived eight hits at 125 mph.