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MÄRK Lumber Baseball Bats

About Märk Lumber Baseball Bats

MÄRK LUMBER originated from Canada, brings a rugged Canadian winter attitude to the development and production of its professional standard Hard Maple bats. Created from a love for hitting, each bat is refined, built with strength and durability, and perfectly designed and built to provide the ideal fit for each batter. 

The founder of MÄRK LUMBER, Marc Bourgeois, has played baseball near enough his whole life. Having played ball for in some of the greatest Colleges in America and going pro with the Arizona Diamondbacks, he brings so much expertise to the company and knows exactly what a ballplayer needs. While being known for his hard work and leadership skills, both his College baseball and Pro careers were made to stand out by his ability to hit the ball with great power.

Marc’s love for hitting joint with his unrivaled determination made him want to study and learn everything possible about swing mechanics. And having experience logging since young and being fascinated by the woodwork, which made designing and building bats seemed like perfect for the company’s founder.

Through the baseball company, Marc carries the same aim he had as a baseball player, to make it to the Show. For Marc, creating top-quality bats isn’t a job, it’s a way of life and you can see that in their products.

 

Things to Consider before buying your Märk Lumber baseball bat

There are a few things to consider when buying your Märk Lumber baseball bat to ensure you find the one ideal for you and how you play baseball. Such as what material of Märk Lumber baseball bat is best for you. Then you must consider what size and weight of Märk Lumber bat suits you and what age or level/league you are playing in if any. This is important as some Märk Lumber baseball bats must be approved for certain levels such as youth leagues, USSSA, and BBCOR leagues.

 

Our Baseball bat size guide

Player Height (Inches)

Player Weight (lbs)

36-40”

41-44”

45-48”

49-52”

53-56”

57-60”

61-64”

65-68”

69-72”

73”+

<60

26”

27”

28”

29”

29”

29”

29”

30”

31”

31”

61-70

27”

27”

28”

29”

30”

30”

30”

31”

31”

31”

71-80

27”

28”

29”

29”

30”

30”

31”

31”

31”

32”

81-90

27”

28”

29”

29”

30”

30”

31”

32”

32”

32”

91-100

27”

28”

29”

30”

30”

31”

31”

32”

32”

32”

101-110

28”

29”

29”

30”

30”

31”

31”

32”

32”

32”

111-120

28”

29”

29”

30”

30”

31”

31”

32”

32”

33”

121-130

28”

29”

30”

30”

30”

31”

32”

33”

33”

33”

131-140

28”

29”

30”

30”

31”

31”

32”

33”

33”

33”

141-150

29”

29”

30”

30”

31”

31”

32”

33”

33”

33”

151-160

29”

29”

30”

31”

31”

32”

32”

33”

33”

33”

161-170

29”

29”

30”

31”

31”

32”

32”

33”

33”

34”

171-180

29”

29”

30”

31”

31”

32”

33”

33’

34”

34”

181+

30”

30”

31”

31”

32”

32”

33”

33”

34”

34”