The question (that you quoted) was "Does MLB allow glued up blanks for
The rules state:
"NOTE: No laminated or experimental bats shall be used in a
professional game (either championship season or exhibition games)
until the manufacturer has secured approval from the Rules Committee of
his design and methods of manufacture."
The answer to the question "Does MLB allow glued up blanks for bats?"
is, therefore, "such bats are expressly allowed but require the
approval of the Rules Committee".
Quod erat demonstrandum.
Think about the original question. Someone wants to make a bat that
complies with the current rules. Until such time as the rules committee
says they are allowed, they are not allowed. So the answer for now is "no".
I stipulated this in an earlier post. Until someone brings evidence to the
contrary, I'm assuming no laminated bats have been approved. Perhaps I'm
being optimistic, but I would think that would have generated at least a
mention on the sports radio stations I listen to.
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