Best Anderson Bats 2016

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Anderson is a famous bat company that makes aluminum and composite bats for baseball and softball for all levels of play. Anderson was founded in 1999, in the USA, and provides some of the best bats available for different leagues ranging from fast pitch to slow pitch bats. They always move with technology and are of the view that, by improving bats, it will improve the players which, in turn, will improve the overall game.

Here are few best bats by Anderson in 2016:

• Anderson Rocketech Fastpitch Bat

Anderson Rocketech Fastpitch Bat

The bat is different from other bats regarding performance as it is made up of the single-piece aluminum stick. It has an end load that provides a high exit speed as the bat is made by keeping the heavy hitters. The bat’s length in inches to weight in ounces is different by 9. It makes it drop 9. It comes in a drop 9 length to weight ratio in a 30, 31, 32, 33 and a 34-inch length. It has excellent power and performance that makes it classy. Its barrel diameter is 2 1/4 Inch. It has a full 12-month warranty. It is a two-piece fully composite bat. It has a multi-layered composite hitting surface that increases its strength and performance, and has a lightweight end cap that improves barrel flex and weight distribution. Its performance qualities are explosive as depicted from its name. It has a -10 length to weight ratio. It is USSSA, ASA, NSA, ISF, and ISA approved. The TaperFlex technology eliminates almost all negative vibrations.

Pros: Its swing is better than many.

Cons: None


  • It is recommended for players who prefer power transfer to the highest possible extent.
  • If you want to play in cold weather then the Anderson Rocketech Fastpitch Bat is the best option.
  • It is comfortable even with a hand ring.
  • It has a strong swing.

• 2016 Anderson Centerfire Bat Review

 2016 Anderson Centerfire Bat

Anderson created one piece bats more as compared to two pieces. It is famous for its overall performance. It is a two-piece bat and the handle reduces “hand sting”. It has an aluminum barrel, and is a conventional hybrid baseball bat. Hybrid bats, when compared to regular bats, have more durability and a heavier swing weight. It helps to create that “ping” on contact with the ball and a lot of vibration is eliminated when compared to single-piece bats. Its handle is not cushioned and works well with gloves. It is equipped with a slightly flared end that gives a little more girth. Anderson developed two sizes in this model including:

  • A 2016 drop 11 youth barrel size (2 1/4)
  • A drop 5 big barrel size (2 5/8)

It has 1.15 BPF. It has a light to moderate swing with an ultra-balanced swing weight that many players appreciate. It is also affordable. It has barrel diameter equals to 2 ¼", and has 11 length to weight ratio. It comes complete with a 12-month warranty. Using this bat in Babe Ruth, Little League, Pony, Dixie, USSSA and AABC is fully approved and fits the needs of majority players. Unlike other Anderson bats, Centerfire has a high-grade composite handle that reduces vibration when the bat comes in contact with the ball.

Pros: It has an ultra-balanced swing weight. It has little vibration with less “pop”.

Cons: As it is one of the company’s first two-piece bats. Therefore, its durability is still questionable.


  • Players that need drop five big and cumbersome barrel, along with a swing light in weight.
  • Players who prefer a hybrid bat with a large barrel.
  • Players who want to buy a composite bat in two pieces.


Anderson has been serving sports lovers from a long time, and it is popular among players. The company is always looking to deliver the best products available to the hands of players. It always tries to move with technology and develop bats as technology and designs improve. It always tries to produce products of sleek and innovative design. Through time, many of the company’s bats have been approved for many leagues. At first, Anderson only produced one-piece bats. However, now it is offering two-piece bats as well. Its two-piece bats have been a huge success among players - as successful as the one piece bats. Most bats come with a 12-month warranty, making the company a brand you can trust. Spending your money on an Anderson bat is a good decision that will not let you down.