M^Powered Baseball Blog

Not Just Baseball Bats, but Baseballs, Too

Trust M^Powered that delivers quality products made from the best materials so you can get the most play out your purchase. Read more

 

Pine Tar: The Great Debate

If you're considering applying pine tar to your bat, it's wise to know the rules and the history of the substance, the consequences of misuse & how to properly apply the substance. Read more

 

Baseball Gloves 101

For baseball players, their glove is like an extension of their body. Different types of gloves are better suited to different types of positions. Learn more

 

Why We Love #7: Homage to Mickey Mantle

One of the greatest hitters of all time was Mickey Mantle & we are proud to include his #7 in many of our product numbers. Here's what made Mickey Mantle such a legendary player. Read more

 

Pick a Perfect Baseball Bat for Your Child

Bats come in a variety of sizes, weights, and materials to meet the needs of rookies and veterans. Some tips to help you pick the perfect bat. Read more

 

Specialty Baseball Bats from M-Powered Baseball

We have a collection of specialty baseball bats, designed to help perfect all aspects of your hitting, are worth checking out and adding to your bat bag. Read more

 

4 Crucial Factors You Should Consider

Many experts believed that maple bats were a fad, like many other trends that come and go. However the performance of maple bats has begun to silence these experts and the critics who advocated avoiding maple use. Read more

 

How to Care for a Wooden Baseball Bat

It's well worth dedicating a little time to cleaning your baseball bat every now and then to prolong its lifespan and keep it in tip top condition. Read more

 

Taping a Wooden Baseball Bat

Many baseball players find that taping a bat's handle is the best way to achieve a superior grip on the bat. Here is a little tips to tape your bats. Read more

 

What are the Advantages of Practicing with a Wooden Bat?

Most baseball coaches will recommend wooden bats over ones made from other materials, such as aluminum, when it comes to baseball practice. Read more