The Baseball Bat Bros try out two 2020 BBCOR composite bats - the Easton Maxum 360 and the Rawlings Quatro Pro.
These are two of the lightest swinging BBCOR bats this year - but these bats also have two of the largest barrel profiles of any 2020 bat - which means that these are gonna be spendy.
Easton recently took over the bat company 'Combat' and claimed their 1-piece composite technology - evolving it into their first one piece BBCOR: the Maxum 360. This bat is already getting bigtime attention from some huge collegiate baseball programs.
The Quatro Pro is a continuation of the fan-favorite QUATRO line from Rawlings. The 2018 'Glowstick' version of the Quatro is commonly known as one of the hottest BBCORs of all time (however, it was known to have some durability issues) - and the 2020 version honestly seems quite a bit different.
Easton Maxum 360:
-1 piece composite
-Big sweet spot
-Pretty good pop for a light-swinging bat
Rawlings Quatro Pro:
-Super duper balanced
-Pretty dang flexy
-Dull crack/ping sound
-A deceivingly small sweet spot
-Great pop on barreled-up balls, but pretty poor performance on mishits
-Really thin grip, but an awkwardly large knob
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