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About the Tater-U10 Wood Bat

The Tater-U10 model aims to reduce the amount of compression a hitter's hand experiences. The big knob gives the hitter the ease of mind when swinging.

Since batters are swinging the bat through the zone and ultimately around their body - at some point their hands must roll over the knob of the bat. During that moment, the knob quickly compresses the area of the hand where the hypothenar muscles lie.

U10 Product Brochure

Below is an up-close visual to highlight the details in both the handle and barrel.

Swing Score

Here's each color option below. Every color can be paired with a different color handle and barrel. You can use this as a reference to get creative with your custom bat!

custom wood bat builder with color options
Knob Medallion


Embedded to the bottom of the knob, these medallions are to show that you stand out.

Each medallion signifies identifying characteristics (i.e. pro, ametur, youth) and adds a different element to our bats to #letthatsticktalk.


Our engineering process is nothing like any other bat company. Each model is engineered and tested to create maximum output.

This allows us to create the best bat on the market, and our software can prove it.

Distinguished Engineering
SVS Signature Series


Our Bats are all finished with our industry leading SVS finish technology.

Our finish is second to none and the hardest in the game.

This creates an extremely durable product and drastically increases the surface hardness allowing you to impress at the plate.


All of our maple and birch bats are ink dot tested to ensure the premier quality oof our products.

The ink dot is proof that the piece of wood satisfies the ideal slope of the grain for MLB use; signifying that it is of the highest quality wood standard.

Ink Dot Tested

Other Details

Maple has been dominating the batters box for the last 20+ years. Maple is the most used wood species in the pros. It is the most dense of the three wood bats and strongest all around.

However, since maple doesn't have much give or flex - more energy is transferred upon impact at the plate.

The downside to using maple is that the "sweet spot" is smaller than other woods and it is not as forgiving as other wood species on a miss hit. Since there is little to no flex hitters who drive ball off end of the bat or hitters who don't like to crowd the plate may want to look towards Birch or Ash as a better option.

Birch is known to be the best of both worlds when compared to maple and ash. It has been becoming increasingly popular among players of all age groups.

It has similar density properties as maple yet has more flex and is more forgiving on miss hits.

This is especially a great option for new players to wood who do not want to pass up durability for performance and also suitable for players who are playing up a division or age

Blog: Differences between Maple, Birch, and Ash Bats

Length: Any length from 30''-34.5''

Weight: Any weight from -3 to +2

Drop weight is the difference between bat length and weight. To determine a bat’s weight in ounces, take the drop weight number and subtract/add it from the bat length. For example, a -3 drop weight means that a 34" bat weighs 31 ounces (34 -3 = 31).

Blog: How to Choose the Right Sized Bat

All wood bats include a seamless Tater logo that blends right into the bat.

The decal is our final seal of approval that the bat has passed our strict quality measures.

The Tater logo is not only our signature brand, but a mark of premium high-quality craftsmanship within the game of baseball.

Get creative with a custom engraving. Put your stamp on your bat with an engraving up to 20 characters

Our engravings include the length and weight of the bat as well as the model and a unique serial number.

An integral part of the bat, a quality cup is essential. Our handcrafted cupping allows for cups of different depths, altering the weight and feel of the bat.

Our process allows the bat to be more durable and exponentially decrease the risk of chips and cracks.

Blog: Cupped or Uncupped Bats