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Dec. 30, 2013
Az Iz
Topic: Bats
Discussion: Reebok Barrage Legend is GREAT BAT


Is there a Reebok Barrage with a different serial number?
I haven't seen one!


Dec. 27, 2013
Az Iz
Topic: General and miscellaneous
Discussion: face masks


My mask is also attached with velcro, but it does not stay in place. If I take the mask off to set it down the chin pad falls off. I think there must be a way for the pad to be kept in place. I know of a few guys that lost the chin pad because it didn't stay attached.
Dec. 27, 2013
Az Iz
Topic: General and miscellaneous
Discussion: face masks

Is there a way to keep the chin pad attached to the Rip-it mask?


Dec. 26, 2013
Az Iz
Topic: Bats
Discussion: Time to eliminate senior bats


Is hitting Home Runs or hitting up the center all you guys can do?
Dec. 19, 2013
Az Iz
Topic: Bats
Discussion: Time to eliminate senior bats

BObatbrkr:

So what do you want the senior bats to be replaced with?



Dec. 12, 2013
Az Iz
Topic: General and miscellaneous
Discussion: Nasty rattle in Reebok Melee


I had a 28 oz balanced Melee that rattled like that....and it never seemed to perform well...got rid of it!!!



Dec. 8, 2013
Az Iz
Topic: General and miscellaneous
Discussion: ~~~TIMING~~~


I've talked to several good hitters that are "Steppers".

From what I understand the "Steppers" started "stepping" when they got into playing softball.

I learned that the "stepping" is not going to give the hitter any significant amount of higher bat speed.

They start their "stepping" as soon as the ball leaves the pitchers hand, figuring that by the time they take a few steps forward the ball will be arriving in their hitting zone. It is a way of timing their swing to the ball.

As one told me "It gives me something to do while I'm waiting for the ball".

For these guys it seems to work well. I've tried it but I guess it's just too much moving around and changing angles for my liking.



Oct. 15, 2013
Az Iz
Topic: Bats
Discussion: NEW Miken Triad Blackout Senior bat !!!

Alan

Has the Blackout reached the performance of a broken in Miken Ultra 2 piece end load yet?



Sept. 29, 2013
Az Iz
Topic: Bats
Discussion: NEW Miken Triad Blackout Senior bat !!!

Tri18


So now that you got some swings on that new bat, how does it compare to the white Miken Ultra 2 piece end load?


Aug. 16, 2013
Az Iz
Topic: Bats
Discussion: GSC~~~Where Are You?


Well?
April 23, 2013
Az Iz
Topic: Bats
Discussion: Miken 2 pc End Load vs Reebok End Load

Hi
I'm interested in buying one of these bats. But haven't decided which at this time.

I am looking at the Miken 2 piece end load or the Reebok end load.

Please give any information you may have to help me decide.

Thanks


April 21, 2013
Az Iz
Topic: General and miscellaneous
Discussion: The Stutter Step


I have tried hitting a ball off a tee using the "stutter step" style. Since I'm not a "stepper" I was trying to see what advantages, if any, in obtaining higher bat speed. While I admit this is not very scientific, there were some differences that I noticed. First, I noticed that using the "step", hitting the ball consistently was not very good due to the fact I'm not used to making so much movement. I noticed that my eye to ball angle changes a lot as I moved toward the ball. With that much angle change I can understand getting used to it requires lots of practice to be able to make solid contact more often than not. Also I did notice some gain in average distance on the balls that were hit well, but not so much as to change my current hitting style.

Maybe somebody that is used to "stepping" could try hitting off a tee using both styles and give some conclusions.

March 16, 2013
Az Iz
Topic: Bats
Discussion: Gods Sports Company FACTS

What is the position or office that surf88 has with GSC?

VP?
Spokesman?
GSC employee wannabe?



March 13, 2013
Az Iz
Topic: Bats
Discussion: Gods Sports Company FACTS

Cal50
Thanks for the info. I'll let Steve know you sent me.


March 13, 2013
Az Iz
Topic: Bats
Discussion: Gods Sports Company FACTS

Cal50

In a few months I will be in that part of the country. I would like to visit the factory that you were at. Please provide the information necessary to make such a visit.

Thank you


Feb. 12, 2013
Az Iz
Topic: General and miscellaneous
Discussion: Best infielders-in your opinion

Oh yeah!

I remember those guys. They were known as the "Fab Four".



Dec. 29, 2012
Az Iz
Topic: General and miscellaneous
Discussion: Best leadoff hitter

Ellie Mumford gets on base with speed and style and is a great lead off hitter.

Nov. 27, 2012
Az Iz
Topic: Bats
Discussion: yellow combat


the answer:

"I paid more for this bat used than I bought new ones for..its called an investment"


"I would hate to part with it but will entertain offers cause I need the money"


BY YOUR OWN WORDS, IT'S VERY OBVIOUS YOUR "INVESTMENTS" ARE NOT DOING VERY WELL!



Sept. 27, 2012
Az Iz
Topic: General and miscellaneous
Discussion: "Senior Moments"


I think your right about Senio errrrrr.......

I forgot what



What was I talking about?

:)







Sept. 13, 2012
Az Iz
Topic: Bats
Discussion: How much difference does an ounce make?

HJ
I believe you said it quite well.

The way I have learned it...

is which would you rather be hit by?

A fly hitting you at 15 MPH or a train hitting you at 15 MPH?




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