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March 29, 2008
Walkoff
Topic: Bats
Discussion: rip it elite model no#resr2 asa approved

I hear that Team Express was selling these bats for $99.86, shipping included. Maybe you should get realistic with your price.
Feb. 6, 2008
Walkoff
Topic: Bats
Discussion: Testing the new senior 1.20 bat

Lighten up AZBaller, if the post doesn't interest you just don't read it.
mtman, let the ones of us that care know how it hits.
July 2, 2007
Walkoff
Topic: Bats
Discussion: U2 Handles

Butchering the english language in not near a bad and getting a bj while on watch!
Oct. 17, 2006
Walkoff
Topic: Bats
Discussion: Just say no, to illegal/altered bats

Stoney, it is odd that many "big hitters" are using altered bats.
Just because they can crush it doesn't mean they aren't using altered bats.

I would guess that percentage-wise this type of hitters is the biggest class of "cheaters".
This is only a guess as I don't have any stats to back this up.

One more thing Stoney, when discussing this subject besure you use the word altered, not illegal.

Oct. 16, 2006
Walkoff
Topic: Bats
Discussion: Just say no, to illegal/altered bats

I believe that the PST, a non composite bat, was a popular bat to shave.

I have also been told that if someone is using a PST in this day and time that it most likely has been shaved.

Think about it, how many major players sponsored by Worth do you see using a PST?

Getting rid of composites won't fix the problem.
Oct. 22, 2005
Walkoff
Topic: Bats
Discussion: Ultra II Beyond 2005

Great hitters can also hit with a shaved bat. Soon it's going to be where the tournament director will be supplying the bats for all teams to use.
Oct. 17, 2005
Walkoff
Topic: Associations
Discussion: All World, All Tourn. Selections

You hit the nail on the head MK. Some players need that extra incentive to produce.
Oct. 17, 2005
Walkoff
Topic: Associations
Discussion: All World, All Tourn. Selections

My guess is that players that don't usually make the All Tournament team think there doesn't need to be recognition given for outstanding play.
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