College baseball is a stepping stone for many aspiring MLB players. Some wonder how well college players are prepared for the league when they're using different equipment than the pros. Aluminum bats are required in college baseball, but if they're trying to go professional, they should be swinging wood. Still, the new composite bats have been made to reflect the same power attributes of wooden bats. And with the NCAA beholden to sponsors, a switch is unlikely. What do you think? ⚾
Should college baseball switch to wood bats?
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