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Two ProXR baseball bats featuring an ergonomically correct angled knob were accepted into The National Baseball Hall of Fame. The bats were first used on Sept. 5, 2010 by then New York Mets infielder, Mike Hessman, in a game against the Chicago Cubs at Wrigley Field.
The ProXR bat made its official debut into the baseball market at the American Baseball Coaches Association (ABCA) convention in Nashville. ProXR came away from the January event with the prestigious Best of Show Award for its innovative new angled bat knob technology.
The patented bat, dubbed Pro-XR, features an ergonomic knob which provides batters with increased performance and greater safety. It delivers a smooth swing path for the batter’s hands by removing the speed bump which affect other bats.