so general consensus is that alloy bats lose their pop (metal fatigue), composite bats crack and wood bats break. what about wood comp bats like (specifically) baums? I've heard stories about them lasting for years but do they do so with the same amount of pop that they started with? if you've ever been a little kid with a hammer and a block of wood, you know that if you bang on that wood long enough, it will soften. do baum bats do the same (lose pop after extended use)? if so, what's the value of not breaking if they're going to get less useful as they are used more?
also, I see that they're bbcor certified. do they hit like comp, alloy or wood bats? how forgiving are they on mishits?
I swung a rawlings comp wood bat years ago and it seemed to hit like a wood, not a metal bat so I was wondering if baums are the same (since they're wood comp, also).