Marucci CATX Vanta (-8) USSSA Baseball Bat

Item No. 814204-MSBCX8V
319.99 $319.99
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Marucci CATX Vanta (-8) USSSA Baseball Bat


Experience maximum control and performance with the Marucci CATX Vanta (-8) USSSA Baseball Bat from SCHEELS. This bat boasts an ergonomically designed handle and ring-free barrel construction, offering more control and eliminating "dead" spots for increased performance. Crafted with strengthened AZR aluminum and complemented by a patent-pending Liquid-Gel anti-vibration knob, it delivers a responsive, forgiving feel upon contact. This carefully engineered design offers a superior baseball experience, ensuring every swing counts. Invest in the Marucci CATX Vanta Baseball Bat and explore our selection at SCHEELS today.


  • Patent pending Liquid-Gel anti-vibration knob holds a precise amount of liquid-gel in the knob to absorb vibrations, creating a smooth and solid feel during contact.
  • Ergonomically designed handle taper for each weight drop allows for a better fit, more bat control, and a better overall feel between athlete and bat.
  • Tightened production tolerances allow barrel diameters to be built to the maximum limit, creating more surface area and higher overall performance.
  • Multi-variable wall design creates an expanded sweet spot and thinner barrel walls that are more forgiving after off-centered contact.
  • Made of AZR aluminum, a complex combination of thermal treatment processes strengthens the alloy for a moreresponsive, forgiving feel.
  • Ring-free barrel construction allows for more barrel flex and increased performance with no "dead" spots
  • Micro-perforated soft-touch grip for improved feel and control.


  • One-year manufacture warranty included
  • USSSA 1.15 BPF certified
  • Style: MSBCX8V
  • 2 ¾" barrel
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