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Jan. 7, 2007
oldfart
Topic: Bats
Discussion: senior combat

I agree that the market is very small for seniors that can use the U2.
I think you are also right on about the Worth bat if it comes out. K2 would not allow Worth to have a better bat then Miken.
I think Rip It pulled out of the market with their 'U2' bat. I never hit it but heard it was ok.
I have hit the combat and liked it however I play more community ball and we use ASA bats.
Never heard of good bat from Mizuno - what do they have ???

Thanks
Bob
Jan. 7, 2007
oldfart
Topic: Bats
Discussion: OG Freak out - Rip It in - how ??

For our ASA play I have been using the OG freak. Love the bat and have not found a better bat (have hit all the top ASA bats).
So my freak is going to be banned and I have two new ones in the garage. To make matters worse I have started to hit this new black Rip It and it out hits the my freak.
How is this fair. How can a bat be illegal and a bat that outhits it be legal.
In fact this black bat outhits my Miken 585 which is also not ASA legal.
Of course the U2 is still king and I like the senior combat as well but this black Rip It is the best in it's class.

PS: I think the market for my freaks just fell to the ground.
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