BBCOR is the abbreviation for “Batted Ball Coefficient of Restitution” standard for aluminum and composite baseball bat in America since 2011.
What does this term need?
It is about safety, a limit that the NCAA (National College Athletic Association) and NFHS (National Federation of High School Associations) have drawn to protect the players in the field.
To understand this better, you have to deal with the history of the baseball strike in college and high school baseball.
Below is a brief overview
In 1974 , for the first time, aluminum or metal basebats were allowed to play in these companies. It should be an inexpensive alternative to the easily fragile wooden baseball bat. At the beginning it worked well, the aluminum bats worked like a wooden spike and they thought they had the problem under control. Continue reading