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Brian Crisp

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Tracy, CA

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Men's 50

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Aug. 12, 2014
Critter20
Topic: General and miscellaneous
Discussion: West Coast Aftershock -

HJ,

Actually it was a mid 90's sunny Sacramento area day. Typical here in the summer.

My point is respective of the data players like what they like. See ball hit ball. Simply said "if I have to change my swing or bat to accommodate the ball, I don't need it". These are the quotes you hear regarding the 52/300 ball.

At this point if you had an association that featured the 52/300 and competed directly with the 44/375 my guess would be the 52/300 association would die on the vine

Here in Northern Calif we have options. If SSUSA went to the 52/300 ball at 5-700 dollars a tournament, in the heat we play in, I would guess teams might spend their dollars elsewhere.
Aug. 12, 2014
Critter20
Topic: General and miscellaneous
Discussion: West Coast Aftershock -

I think the 44/375 ball is a fair ball. No need to ice. Hard to believe the manager of West Coast Aftershock (whom I know) would have condoned this.

As for the 52/300. You only have one chance to make a first impression.
Having been involved in the demo of this ball for SSUSA a few seasons back I can say the overwhelming reviews were not good. Negative comments included but not limited too, sound, distance, and performance (bounce),
One of the strongest statements for a team manager/sponsor was " no way in hell am I paying 5-600 dollars to hit that piece of crap".

For those that advocate the 52/300 maybe you should run a bracket of SSUSA teams and get feedback.
Dec. 28, 2013
Critter20
Topic: General and miscellaneous
Discussion: All the hate on DBO with senior bats...how about this?

The Nor CAl Warriors will adjust and play whatever the rules are, and the ranking assigned by said associations.
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