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Unfortunately, there are no guarantees with wood bats. The better you take care of your bat, the longer it will last.

Avoid extreme temperatures. Don't leave your bat in your car. Dry heat will make it brittle and moisture can make it heavy. If your bat gets wet, dry it off as soon as possible. 

Make sure the bat label is facing you when you go up to bat. We position our labels so that when facing up, you will hit directly on the sweet spot.

Don't hit batting cage dimple balls with your wood bat.

Don't throw your bat.

It's not a good idea to share your bats.

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