Tuesday, September 1, 2015

Here's a picture of Jimmy Rollins' new bat handle. It's called the Axe

Here's a picture of Jimmy Rollins' new bat handle. It's called the Axe

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Jimmy Rollins will be using a new bat handle this season. (Yong Kim/Staff File Photo)
Jimmy Rollins will be using a new bat handle this season. (Yong Kim/Staff File Photo)

Apparently what you see above you is revolutionary, at least according to the company who decided that the knob of a bat handle could be improved upon. This is a picture of the knob of Jimmy Rollins new bat by Baden, which, according to the company, creates "benefits including a player’s hands guided to proper hitting position at contact, more consistent power and more solid contact, more often."

So if Rollins hits 60 home runs this year, just remember we broke the reason why. 



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