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NFHS De-certifies Louisville Slugger Meta Bat

By NFHS on March 03, 2020 baseball article Print

The “2020 Blue 33” Louisville Slugger Composite Baseball Bat is decertified and no longer available for use in high school competition.

The Washington State University Sports Science Laboratory has advised the NFHS that the BBCOR decertification process has been implemented for the Blue (color) 33” model Louisville Slugger Meta Composite bat.

Effective immediately, this bat (33" length Louisville Slugger Meta composite bat) should be considered a non-compliant bat. Pursuant to NFHS Baseball Rules 1-3-2d and 7-4-1a. The manufacturer has been advised that it has the right to appeal this decision.

If you have any questions, contact B. Elliot Hopkins, NFHS Baseball Rules Editor/National Interpreter at (ehopkins@nfhs.org) or the NFHS headquarters.