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Scott

Location:
San Diego, CA

Division:
Men's 50

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July 7, 2014
Wildtimes
Topic: Rules of the game
Discussion: Home run rule for handicapping

***ONE UP RULE or OUT***
July 4, 2014
Wildtimes
Topic: Players looking to join a team
Discussion: major player looking for a major team

Skipper Dan - email sent!
June 30, 2014
Wildtimes
Topic: Players looking to join a team
Discussion: Looking to Join a 45 or 50 team

Call me when you have a chance 760.978.4629 - Scott
June 19, 2014
Wildtimes
Topic: Women's softball
Discussion: 40+ Womens Looking for a Pitcher and Outfielder

I sent an email to the one posted, but it bounced back twice. My wife Dianna plays outfield and can be reached at 760.271.1033 - Scott
June 18, 2014
Wildtimes
Topic: General and miscellaneous
Discussion: Hitting

I agree with the comments and add...take as much BP as you can. Limit each round between 20 and 30 cuts going 2 to 3 rounds per session twice or more a week.

The focus must be on quality at bats though. Once you start to constantly mis-hit or get fatigued stop and let the next person hit...rest wait your turn and do it again.

Remember, you're working to develop good mechanics, strength and bat speed not trying to gain further bad habits.

June 15, 2014
Wildtimes
Topic: Bats
Discussion: Bat Weights & Bat Doughnuts

I'd be interested in reading the article, if you'd be kind enough to post a link. I've used both the 16oz (blue) and 24oz (black) Pow'r Wraps for years with great success as part of my on deck routine. I'll stretch out my arms and back with it and then take 3 big swings. Right before I enter the batters box I swing my game bat (27oz Worth Legit )as hard/fast as I can...then I'm ready. My goal has always been to swing as fast as possible thus hitting the ball as hard as I can to all fields. In my opinion using the pre warm-up weight absolutely works for me - Scott 'Git R Done' 50
June 7, 2014
Wildtimes
Topic: General and miscellaneous
Discussion: Worth legit

I used my 2015 Legit (27 oz) fresh out of the wrapper in the Temecula Invitational tournament in May for 5 games. No complaints!

I also play in the North County Competitive Division league in Carlsbad on Tuesdays and Thursdays, along with 2 Open Division games on Sunday's. All include BP prior to game time.

Now with approximately 400 swings on my Legit and using a good mix of balls, I can share my honest assessment regarding its performance and durability so far.

Balls used:
40/325
44/375
47/450
52/300

Sweet Spot:
6" total and a 3" active zone right at the R in the Worth decal and is expected to increase as I put more hits on it. The bat does have very good pop.

Feel:
Nicely balanced and solid when hit within the active zone. I haven't had any vibration during mis-hits.

Durability:
So far, no spider webbing, chips or rattles!

Price:
$176 to $230 - I bought mine for $186 including 2 day shipping from Cheapbats.com

Conclusion:
The bat feels and performs like the 2014 model - I don't see a difference and has definitely opened up since its first use. There is no question the bat will get hotter the more it's used. At this point it's a matter of durability. I'll give another report at 700 hits.

Not the biggest sweet spot offered on the market, but doesn't matter to me - it's fine how it is.

I do like the balanced feel, which gives me total control, especially since I'm a base hitter and use the entire field.

Don't let the balance of the bat fool you though, it has lots of pop for the home run hitters too!

If offered in a reload (1/2 oz) or endload (1oz)...it would be either a super charged Jeff Hall or Resmondo Legit.

The 2015 Legit is a great choice for those looking for a high performance well balanced bat.

Hope this helps!

Scott "Get R Done 50"
May 30, 2014
Wildtimes
Topic: Players looking to join a team
Discussion: North County Invitational - Escondido - June 7-8

I'm available to play if anyone is looking for a 2B/OF for the 50's division - Scott
May 12, 2014
Wildtimes
Topic: Tournaments
Discussion: Wine Country Invitational Tournament - Temecula May 17-18

Thank you Marv
May 11, 2014
Wildtimes
Topic: Tournaments
Discussion: Wine Country Invitational Tournament - Temecula May 17-18

What 50AAA teams are playing in this tourney?
May 11, 2014
Wildtimes
Topic: Bats
Discussion: Cheapbats.com?

Paul, I just ordered that 2015 Legit $188 shipped - what a steal right? Can't wait to us it in Temecula this weekend! I've bought from them many times with NO issues at all.




April 21, 2014
Wildtimes
Topic: Players looking to join a team
Discussion: Looking for Tourney Team - San Diego

WDODGE22 - I can be contacted at sportfishingaction@gmail.com -Scott
April 18, 2014
Wildtimes
Topic: Players looking to join a team
Discussion: Looking for Tourney Team - San Diego

I live in North County San Diego and looking for a competitive tournament team. I can play middle infield or anywhere in the outfield. Hard hitting base hitter, use all fields and a team player with a positive attitude!

Scott
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