NCAA still refuses to mandate only wooden bats

 

 

Dan Riley addressed dangerous bats on this show before, but it’s clear the NCAA needs a wake-up call.

We live in an age where collisions at home plate are gone from pro baseball, and still, the NCAA tolerates a college player possibly getting killed by a line drive off an aluminum bat. It’s leaving young men at the risk of serious disability and death before they even reach their 21st birthday, and that’s inexcusable-period.

Such a change would reflect well on Mark Emmett and the NCAA. The game would be safer, have more integrity, and Make college sports easier for people to stomach in an age where it’s under fire from seemingly everyone!

The audio commentary by Dan Riley on the dangers of College players using Aluminum Bates:

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