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

maddog, I have been playing senior softball now for 4 tourny's. I use a usssa bat or an asa bat. The senior bats hit the ball to far for me. Line drives in the 6 hole end up on the other side of the fence, totally stupid.
June 25, 2013
tattooball
Topic: Bats
Discussion: REEBOK LEGEND SENIOR VS COMBAT YELLOW MM

Really Rich, the .52?

June 25, 2013
tattooball
Topic: Bats
Discussion: bats

No but he does keep bugging me for one. They will not leave my possession until I am ready. Now if you want to come up and hit them you are always welcome.
June 25, 2013
tattooball
Topic: Bats
Discussion: bats

Chick UNFORTUNATELY you are about 100 in line. We have been hitting them in the N.E. for a month now. Many are looking to get one.
June 25, 2013
tattooball
Topic: Bats
Discussion: bats

It is a new bat not out yet. I am meeting with manufactures in the beginning of July. To date the bats hit as well as any senior bats out there but last. We have yet to break one, everything on this bat is just what a senior will want. Durability, sweetspot, performance, and great feel. As of now we are hitting farther than most with no failures.

Senior bats break in and get hotter to the point of failure, this design stays at a set compression so the performance never fades, this also makes it much more durable. I am using a material that is different than what bats are made with now so they are stronger and perform great. The sweetspot is 1 inch from the end to 1 inch from the taper.
June 25, 2013
tattooball
Topic: Bats
Discussion: REEBOK LEGEND SENIOR VS COMBAT YELLOW MM

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

Very soon there will be a bat out with unmatched durability, I have been hitting it for weeks now and it is ridiculous in both performance and durability. So far about 1400 swings and still going strong.
June 18, 2013
tattooball
Topic: General and miscellaneous
Discussion: Making a ball choice for a recreational league.

None of those ball choices will be good for that field. Here is my number if you would like to call for info. 845 532 2668.

Bruce the ASA .52 is of standard weight, only the .44 is heavier which makes no sense at all.
May 31, 2013
tattooball
Topic: General and miscellaneous
Discussion: Tired of Pine tar or 3m spray

Some like Gorilla grip some like That Wax, it a great thing to have choices. Playing tomorrow using That Wax, I love it. I don't sell it but use it 3-4 times a week.
May 31, 2013
tattooball
Topic: General and miscellaneous
Discussion: Tired of Pine tar or 3m spray

There is a product called That wax that I think is much better than the seaweed bat wax.

Here is a ebay link.http://www.ebay.com/itm/THAT-WAX-Sports-Wax-Bat-Wax-Best-Sports-Grip-Enhancer-on-the-PLANET-/130899544860
May 2, 2013
tattooball
Topic: General and miscellaneous
Discussion: Preferred tournament wants, Short replies, please.

All of these suggestions would lose money.
There are to many divisions to give awards out to for 1. Second 5 game guarantee the umps alone would be 150+, then field rental and insurance costs would eat up the rest of the money. Who would pay for all of the other exspenses?
March 25, 2013
tattooball
Topic: General and miscellaneous
Discussion: Throwing your Hips for Maximum Rotational Power. "Swing Makeover Episode #6"

Good stuff, did you get any video of the freak in St Pete?
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