Welcome to Caliburn Bat Company


We are the manufacturer of customized Pro Stock maple baseball bats. We offer professional quality wood bats at affordable prices and if you are a serious baseball player, from little league to the professional level, it is important to choose your weapon wisely!

Why choose a Caliburn bat?

  • All Caliburn bats are hand-turned and can be custom made to any specification of the customer.
  • Here at CBC we use only Canadian Hard Maple.
  • We have a side variety of models, sizes and colors from which to chose.
  • We offer FREE personalization on the barrel of the bat.
How a Caliburn Is Born
  • A wood billet is chosen for straightness of grain and percentage of moisture (important for determining bat weight)
  • Your bat is hand-turned and sanded as a stock model or customized to your exact specifications.
  • The ends are cut off your bat, it is dipped in stain or left natural, and then it is sprayed with several coats of clear or black lacquer finish.
  • The Caliburn trademark is lasered on your bat and, if you choose, personalization is lasered on the barrel.
  • Your bat receives two final coats of finish and it is ready to be shipped. Now that's the personal touch!
Caliburn's Owner and Wood smith
Baseball Bats

Caliburn Bat Company is very unique. Unlike most wood bat companies, at CBC every step of the bat-making process, from choosing each piece of wood, to laser engraving the authentic Caliburn logo, is done by owner Don Erickson. Don has been involved in baseball for 28 years. He is a former college player and is currently the head coach at Reavis High School in Burbank, Illinois. In 2001, after several years of buying inferior wood bats for his players from large, impersonal companies, Don got fed up. He knew, with his woodworking background, that he could build a better club and so he decided to start turning his own bats for his kids.

In less than a year, his hobby had turned into a thriving business all based on word of mouth. A buzz began to grow in high school and college baseball circles that expressed how great it was to receive individual treatment from a small company. Today, even as CBC grows, Don continues to have his hand in every step of the making of your bat!