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Nov. 4, 2013
tattooball
Topic: General and miscellaneous
Discussion: Corky

PS I too will miss Corky.
Nov. 4, 2013
tattooball
Topic: General and miscellaneous
Discussion: Corky

Mad dog thanks for the props, but I left on my own and glad I did. Things couldn't be better, look for some exciting things coming soon for our direction.
Sept. 17, 2013
tattooball
Topic: Product review
Discussion: Softball and hot weather!!

I have had the fireball tested and is was not a .44/375. When I get back I am going to try to find the results for Marv.
Sept. 12, 2013
tattooball
Topic: Product review
Discussion: Softball and hot weather!!

Steve the bat is done, I head west on Monday for a meeting. So far Boo and myself are getting 3000+ swings out of them.
Sept. 11, 2013
tattooball
Topic: Product review
Discussion: Softball and hot weather!!

Pat I would much rather play in Vegas at 105 than Fl at 96 with the 98% humidity.
Some just don't know how good they have it.
Sept. 11, 2013
tattooball
Topic: Product review
Discussion: Softball and hot weather!!

Taits I am a little confused. I don't sell rock balls haven't in 3 years. Although I do sell a competitive product I respect the contract my competitor has with SSUSA and did not try to sell Marv our ball. I also did not try to sell him on a .52 ball. As he stated I told him a good option would be a rock ASA .44/375 and try to keep them out of the heat as long as he can and you will have a very FAIR playing ball.

Good luck at worlds.
Sept. 9, 2013
tattooball
Topic: Bats
Discussion: Looking for information

Yes it is true, pretty stupid if you ask me.
Sept. 5, 2013
tattooball
Topic: General and miscellaneous
Discussion: stop all the whining

Sportscenter and Veltre/enr. Mid lantic had the best team there they just had an off weekend.
Sept. 4, 2013
tattooball
Topic: General and miscellaneous
Discussion: stop all the whining

Tim is your team a major team or plus team. Are you against it because you can't win or can't compete?

Player for player we did not have the best players in Va but that day we had the best team. We played hard for each other and played as a team, that is why we won. Sometimes team unity can overcome and beat teams that have better players. One thing I can say is everyone on the team looked forward to beating the plus teams or at least trying to.
Sept. 3, 2013
tattooball
Topic: General and miscellaneous
Discussion: stop all the whining

I don't know which issa tourney you are talking about but Manassas was a very good tourney. We won it as a major team and played both major+ teams and beat them. They did not have the best games they've played.
The other major teams all did well against them also, some won some didn't. It was 2 major teams in the finals, with a major+ team 3rd.
Aug. 30, 2013
tattooball
Topic: Bats
Discussion: Technical Questions

If you have the same bat and balance it the bat will pass. End loads are the hardest to pass and 29 oz is the hardest of all to pass.
Aug. 29, 2013
tattooball
Topic: Bats
Discussion: Technical Questions

It is real simple one bat needs to pass the first test. The moi of the bat is recorded, all of the bats need to have the same moi as the one tested or other weights need to be tested.
Aug. 28, 2013
tattooball
Topic: Bats
Discussion: Technical Questions

I will refrain to see if any of the others can answer it.
Aug. 9, 2013
tattooball
Topic: Tournaments
Discussion: Eastern National Championships 2013 updates

I am but I won't. They have been tested, all I will say is that all of our softballs are in compliance with what is marked on the ball.
Aug. 6, 2013
tattooball
Topic: Tournaments
Discussion: Eastern National Championships 2013 updates

Bob W
It is actually lower than that the math is correct but a .44/375 ball is between 330 and 360 compression new. 375 is max allowable, poly cannot be controlled that closely. So if you do h math based on a 345 lb ball on average you will see they are much lower. The only ball tat is not effected by the heat is a high cor ball.
Aug. 2, 2013
tattooball
Topic: General and miscellaneous
Discussion: Has the game really been toned down?

Crusher you mention the t2000 it was actually the t4000 but that is not my point. When I developed the .52/300 ball it was made to the spec's of the old super balls of yesteryear. The t4000 was a .52 cor 400 compression made of surlyn and eva. The new balls are made of poly. If you tested them side by side with todays bats you would see no difference in performance.

Back then bats didn't flex so you wanted a high cor ball to bounce off the barrel quickly, today the barrels flex so you want a low cor ball to stay on the barrel longer and make it flex.

So I agree lets bring back the super balls of years ago, because they are already here exposing average players everywhere.
Aug. 1, 2013
tattooball
Topic: General and miscellaneous
Discussion: Has the game really been toned down?

The truth is most of the senior players today never hit a homerun wen they were younger, but at an advanced age can now hit them. I think that says it all. I have many friends playing now that never even tried to hit a homerun in the 80's or 90's that hit them now.
June 25, 2013
tattooball
Topic: Bats
Discussion: bats

Just north of there about 5 min.

Bob don't know yet but I would like to keep it the same as bats now.

June 25, 2013
tattooball
Topic: Bats
Discussion: REEBOK LEGEND SENIOR VS COMBAT YELLOW MM

BTW I find it odd that you are on here crying about the ball still. It has been in play for over 4 years now. I made it 7 years ago.
June 25, 2013
tattooball
Topic: Bats
Discussion: REEBOK LEGEND SENIOR VS COMBAT YELLOW MM

All of my old bats hit the .52 just fine, as to why ASA changed their bat spec? I am going to take a guess at it. Maybe so players can't cry about ASA bats being less than usssa bats in performance.

Usssa and nsa both have the ,52 ball and in usssa and asa the manufactures sell more .52 than .40 and .44's.

Asa is trying to get players playing again.

BTW my favorite bat to hit the .52 with is the original anti-virus.
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