This hand crafted Trinity Select model, designed for All-Star Adrian Gonzalez, is the signature bat of Trinity. This bat is crafted for both power and balance and designed for total bat control. It has a large barrel, a medium handle and a flared knob. It is the perfect combination of wood density, balance and large barrel size. The PS 27:1 is the most popular Trinity model among big league players.
Finish Shown: Black Barrel / Natural Handle - White Logo
Posted by Ray on 01-27-2014
Well I got my first trinity PS 27:1 in Birch a year ago and guess what. Using it in practice, games, its lasted a whole year. i even picked up another. And the pop! its insane. Only downside for some people is the barrel is a bit thin. But still very impressive.
Posted by Unknown on 01-01-2014
Trinity Bats can hang with the "big boys" Sam Bat & Marucci . They do them one better by providing birch as an option, a great blend of the qualities if ash & maple.
Still waiting on the back order of the "in Jesus name I play" bracelet!
Posted by Jame s on 06-08-2013
Bought the bat for my brother's 40th birthday. He loves it
Posted by Andrew on 01-20-2013
So I posted a review in September and decided to do a follow up because I just broke my first trinity today. I've hit balls off the end of the bat and it was solid. Today was my first hit that was by the label and it broke on a high 80's fastball (rbi broken bat single, whoo!). That bat has easily seen 10 hits per day (it's more like 20-30 per day with the extra bp I take after practice) since I recieved it in mid September. I never expected this bat to last as long as it did. I've done things most never see with that trinity. I've broken 2 outfielders gloves and a few small bones in a second basemans hand. I've hit the ball so hard with my trinity, the baseball laces we actually stuck inside the wood of the bat! I saw an immediate 20 point increase in batting average. My power numbers went up. I went from leadoff to 3rd batter and just about doubled my rbi's. So I'm extremely sad that my first trinity broke but thank god I have two more!
Pros: Fits comfortably in hands, easy swinging which allows for good control at the plate, the design allows the hitter to whip the barrel through the zone with great bat speed, durable wood, great finish
Cons: The bat that broke today did not pass the MLB slope of grain requirement (thats why I used it first. I wanted to see how long it would take to break it). However, my other two do.
Posted by Austin Idleman on 12-11-2012
What a bat! Great balance. This is a superior product from a great company.
Posted by Unknown on 11-03-2012
My brother-in-law told me about the company and I bought one for him as a present. It looked great and he is looking forward to using it
Posted by Nick C. on 10-10-2012
The quality of the bat is perfect (32/29 Birch), I picked up the bat at their place in Fullerton and both Steve and Jeff treated me like their best customer. I hadn't even swung the bat yet and was satisfied. So far I've had about 10 AB's with the bat (its my game only bat) and it is beautiful, the barrel is nice and light and is perfect for a quick swing. I have hit one off the end of the bat but it did not even think about breaking. Great pop with the Birch wood and seems very durable.
Posted by Andrew on 09-20-2012
I have 3 cupped ps 27:1 34-32
This is a very well rounded bat. It's a smooth swinging bat, allowing for exceptional bat control. It's slightly end heavy but has great balance considering the wood density for my particular bats. The taper from the handle to the knob is extremely comfortable in your hands and it fits well whether or not you have small hands. The furniture like finish looks incredible and the bone rubbed barrel makes the ball explode of the bat.
Posted by Unknown on 09-03-2012
lots of pop well balanced i love it 33-31 ps27:1
Posted by Tyler Hebrink on 05-03-2012
The bat is very balanced and solid up and down the whole length of the bat. It allows for solid contact on every location.
Posted by Jason on 08-20-2011
I have a 32.5" -3.
It is extremely well balanced. It has a little weight towards the end of the bat like the feel of a C-271 except the barrel is larger. The sweet spot starts about 4" from the end of the bat. Well cut sweet spot for a hitter who likes to get full extension.
The handle falls between a 271 and a 110 in terms of thickness. The flare is a bit larger then a 271 but extremely comfortable. It may not be the best choice for someone with small hands. It does allow for exceptional bat control.
The birch from Trinity is great wood. The grain is straight and the wood has great color and clarity. It has a ton of pop and great flex. The ball just jumps off the bat.
The finishing on the bat is amazing. It almost makes you scared to hit with it until you square up and pop one right off the sweet spot.
Whether you hit for average or power you cannot go wrong with this model. It's one of those rare bats that fit almost any type of player.