The Brett Brothers entered the bat business with the goal of ensuring that coaches at all levels of baseball have access to superior quality composite wood bats that are cost effective. Consistency and durability were the primary factors when establishing their bat designs. The Brett Brothers have been involved in baseball their entire lives, through Bobby and John’s Minor League careers to the Professional careers of Ken and George. The Brett Brothers know baseball. Even today baseball is an important part of their lives, with each brother being involved in their own way. George, who is still a part of the Kansas City Royals Organization and a hometown hero here in Kansas City, was a career .305 hitter with 3 Batting Titles, a 1985 World Series Ring and an induction to the Hall of Fame in 1999 to round out his 21 year career in Kansas City. Not only did he prove to be a consistent hitter he showed that he had the knowledge to succeed. The Brett Brothers understood that having reliable wood was an important component. This is why they implemented their 3-piece laminating system along with their patented ‘Boa’ reinforcement handle. The stealth bats are constructed of laminates from hand selected and graded hardwoods. The choice of wood for the barrel has proven to greatly reduce the chipping and flaking characteristic in one-piece ash bats. Brett Brothers: The Very Best in Baseball! The ST271 is BBCOR Certified and legal for H.S. and Collegiate play! Free Shipping.
- Excellent Cold and Warm Weather Bat
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- Extended Barrel Profile
- Gloss Black Finish
- Maple & Ash Combo Barrel – Adds Durability and Performance Without Excess Weight
- Patented BOA Fiberglass Reinforced Handle for Added Strength
- Approximate -3 Length to Weight Ratio
- BBCOR Certified – Approved for High School and Collegiate Play
- Balanced Swing Feel
- Cupped Barrel End
- 271 Turn Model – Thicker Handle, Long Taper and Shorter Barrel
- Colorway: Black | Gold Graphics
- Flared Knob
- Legal For Play In Intermediate (50-70) & Junir League Divisions Of Little League