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The Marucci AP5 Pro Maple Bat is Albert Pujols’ signature Marucci model. The AP5 has a tapered handle and moderate to large barrel. It was originally designed to give Pujols total control at the plate with tapering that provides great balance for a large barreled bat. The AP5 also features a high level of wood density, so it's engineered for hitters who are looking for balance and power in their swing. *Unwanted bats returned to Eastbay must not be used and must be in original packaging. Used wood bats cannot be returned or replaced under any circumstance.
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Is this bat a -3?

and are all the other macurri on this site?
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Weight ratios aren't listed for Marucci wood bats, because the weight can vary by the difference in wood density from bat to bat. Generally the signature bats such as the Marucci AP5 Pro Maple Baseball Bat - Men's (Albert Pujols), have a -1 to -2 weight drop.
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is the marucci ap5 approved for American Legion ball for 15 year old.

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Wood bats, such as the Marucci AP5 Pro Maple Baseball Bat, are generally allowed in American Legion ball. Some areas require wood or wood composites to have the BBCOR stamp on them. This bat does not have the stamp. But I would guess that it is legal in most if not all areas. Sometimes your coach can help you with equipment regulations. They should know the league rules.
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