Piece of wood that the batter uses to hit the ball; its maximum length is 42 inches.
Symbol representing the brand of the bat or its manufacturer.
The widest part of the bat and the part that strikes the ball; it must not exceed 2.75 inches in diameter.
The narrowest part of the bat that the player grasps; it is sometimes covered with antislip material.
Circular piece on the end of the handle; it prevents the hand from slipping off the bat.