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|Feb. 17, 2004|
Discussion: miken edge bats
Players union. That might work. Great idea. I'm tired of some of the political and financial crud that goes on with these associations. I think they forgot how and why they were created. No players. No association
|Feb. 17, 2004|
|Topic: General and miscellaneous|
Discussion: DOCTORED BATS
Doctored bats huh? I wonder how long we have been playing softball against players and whole teams using doctored bats? I wonder if manufacturers have been issuing bats that were not what they were going to sell the general public, just to sell bats? I wonder how good the quality is when you order a $300 bat and it comes to you 2oz heavier than what you ordered. Alot of the older bats we used would not qualify by today's standards because the walls are too thin and endloaded. Yes, quite a few of us hit homeruns with the old bats but they weren't the money makers they are today. What do you suppose the bat manufacturers pay each association for the stamp of approval? The manufacturers are in the business the sell bats. Home runs are a part of the game. Bring a new bat on the field that people start hitting home runs with and everyone wants one? I wonder why.
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