Hit The Ball On The Sweet Spot Every Swing...

Visually Take The Sweet Spot To The Ball & Create Proper Bat Path Instantly...

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What Do The Pros Have To Say About The Sweet Spot Bat...?

National League Rookie Of The Year & Homerun Derby Champion Pete Alonso...

  • Raised Red Sweet Spot
  • Instantly Feel When You Barrel The Ball Up & Build Awareness Of Sweet Spot
  • ​See The Path Of The Barrel Through The Hitting Zone

So, How Exactly Do I Improve Swing Mechanics & Consistently Barrel The Ball Up...?

From: Wes Helms - Chicago White Sox Triple A Manager
Chicago, Illinois
After spending 12 years in the Majors and now coaching with the White Sox, I have worked with all kinds of hitters with different backgrounds.

When a player is struggling at the plate or getting weak contact, the issue always comes from the path that the Sweet Spot is taking through the hitting zone.

The key to being an elite hitter is hitting the ball on the Sweet Spot of the bat consistently

Right...?

So I often ask my players "where is the Sweet Spot of the bat..?"

They typically give me this blank stare, then say "these 3 inches right here" as they show me on the barrel of the bat.

Those 3 inches are the most important when it comes to hitting, so shouldn't you build awareness of the Sweet Spot and know EXACTLY where it is during the swing...?

That Is Why We Created The Sweet Spot Bat...

When Steve Renfroe and myself first started teaching lining the barrel up, we would draw an "X" on the bat and say...

"Line the "X" up with the baseball"

After seeing success with that, we got to thinking...

"Hey, why don't we elevate the Sweet Spot of the bat and paint it red to teach kids Sweet Spot awareness...?"

When I got the demo bat in the mail, the first thing that stuck out was the bright red Sweet Spot.

I took the bat to the cage to test it out, and was shocked at how balanced the bat was and felt EXACTLY like a normal game bat.

As A Player, I LOVE The Instant Feedback

When you hit the ball square on the Sweet Spot, it feels amazing...

You know immediately, "hey, I just squared that ball up"...

But, what I like is the fact that if i mishit a ball, I know immediately and I am able to make a quick adjustment.

As we all know, quick adjustments while hitting are VITAL for success!

As A Coach, I LOVE The Visual Of The Sweet Spot

When I am working with my players in the cage, I am able to visibly see the path that the Sweet Spot is taking through the hitting zone.

As a coach, I cannot stress enough the importance of being able to see the path that the Sweet Spot takes through the zone.

Even while I'm working in the cages with my son Wesley as shown in the video below, the Sweet Spot Bat is a staple in our training regimine!
Here I am in the cages working with Colby.

He struggled with weak contact, hitting the ball off the end, just could not consistently deliver the Sweet Spot of the bat to the ball.

So, we start off with Tee drills to focus on the bat path and consistently deliver the Sweet Spot to the ball, and we gradually moved into front toss drills.

As you can see in the video, Colby's hard work and training have paid off.  

This was one of the 2 homeruns that Colby hit that game, and he has become very consistent with delivering the Sweet Spot.

Wes, How Do We Use The Bat...?!?

The Sweet Spot Bat is like a normal wood bat.  We wanted it to be as game-like as possible!

I recommend to start training off of the tee, then once you become consistent with delivering the Sweet Spot to the ball off the tee, move into front toss drills.

YES!  This bat can be used off of live arm such as Batting Practice & Machines!

Click PLAY below to see it in action!
Frequently Asked Questions
What is the purpose of the Sweet Spot Bat?
- With the raised red Sweet Spot, we want to teach a player how to consistently deliver the Sweet Spot of the bat to the ball.  As a player, you are able to FEEL immediately if you hit the ball on the Sweet Spot or not, therefore making a quick adjustment.  As a coach, you can visibly see the path that the Sweet Spot takes through the hitting zone.
- With the raised red Sweet Spot, we want to teach a player how to consistently deliver the Sweet Spot of the bat to the ball.  As a player, you are able to FEEL immediately if you hit the ball on the Sweet Spot or not, therefore making a quick adjustment.  As a coach, you can visibly see the path that the Sweet Spot takes through the hitting zone.
What size is the Sweet Spot Bat?
- The Youth Sweet Spot Bat ranges in length from 26 - 31 Inches and is a -1 on average (29" bat = 28oz) but the weight differs per bat.
   The Adult Sweet Spot Bat ranges from lengths 32 - 34 Inches and is a -3oz on                       average.
- The Youth Sweet Spot Bat ranges in length from 26 - 31 Inches and is a -1 on average (29" bat = 28oz) but the weight differs per bat.
The Adult Sweet Spot Bat ranges from lengths 32 - 34 Inches and is a -3oz on average.
How long is the raised Sweet Spot?
- On the Youth models (26 - 31") the sweet spot is 5 Inches in length.  On the Adult models (32" - 34") the Sweet Spot is 3" in length.
- On the Youth models (26 - 31") the sweet spot is 5 Inches in length.  On the Adult models (32" - 34") the Sweet Spot is 3" in length.
Is the Sweet Spot Bat too heavy for my child?
- NO!!! The way the bat is designed, it is very balanced with a lot of the weight near the center of the bat to offset the raised sweet spot.
- NO!!! The way the bat is designed, it is very balanced with a lot of the weight near the center of the bat to offset the raised sweet spot.
What size bat should I buy?
- We recommend that you buy the same length bat that you swing in game.  If you swing a 28in drop 10 in game, we recommend the 28in Sweet Spot Bat.  If you swing a 32in drop 3 in game, we recommend the 32in Sweet Spot Bat.
- We recommend that you buy the same length bat that you swing in game.  If you swing a 28in drop 10 in game, we recommend the 28in Sweet Spot Bat.  If you swing a 32in drop 3 in game, we recommend the 32in Sweet Spot Bat.
Can this bat be used in batting practice?
- Yes, it is a normal wood bat so it can be used during batting practice.  However, as any wood bat, if you hit a ball off the end or get jammed, it potentially could break!  We recommend using this bat off of tee and front toss so we ensure no breaks.
- Yes, it is a normal wood bat so it can be used during batting practice.  However, as any wood bat, if you hit a ball off the end or get jammed, it potentially could break!  We recommend using this bat off of tee and front toss so we ensure no breaks.