Pre Owned Bat Conditions
At pre-owned bats we inspect and grade every bat. Below are some examples of how they are graded.
A bat with very little or no signs of wear. The bat may be new and missing the original packaging, or in the original packaging but not sealed. The item may be a factory second or a new, unused item.
An item that has been used previously. A well-cared-for bat that has seen limited use with minor blemishes, ball marks or paint chipping.
Item shows wear from consistent use, but it remains in good condition. The item may be marked, identified, or show other signs of use. The item works perfectly and has no cracks, rattles or major denting.
A product with extensive external signs of wear, but is in solid working condition. The bat has no cracks or rattle. Alloy bats may have some denting.
A bat that has signs of extended use with multiple cosmetic blemishes. These bats are functional for game use but are better suited to be used mainly in practice/batting cage.