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Discussion: What's the best cold weather bat?

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Dec. 14, 2013
bobkat
Men's 65
6 posts
What's the best cold weather bat?
What would be the best bat to use in under 65 degree temperatures? Would an aluminum bat be best? I'd probably need both ASA and non-ASA approved bat.
Dec. 15, 2013
Tri18
565 posts
Bo,
Go find a tree that's been hit by lightening and make the "thunder Boy" edition out of it with a chisel and some sandpaper. It's you only hope as you are too strong for this game. Btw...why did you let it rain in your hometown and now we can't play today?!
Alan Tanner
Team 1 Sports
Dec. 15, 2013
swing for the fences
Men's 50
973 posts
the Green Demarini Senior is a great cold weather bat!
Dec. 15, 2013
BObatbrkr
Men's 50
30 posts
Great advice tri18, once I build my wonder boy bat out of that tree, there's a guy in Lakeland that shaves bats for 30 bucks each. How do u take the plug off a wood bat
Dec. 16, 2013
Tri18
565 posts
Simple....drill it and cork it...like Major League Baseball players have done in the past. You guys think it's just the ASA and usssa kids? Lol
Look at the role models...grab a bat you like and go have fun with it. Just don't alter it, they are good enough...Softballs a great game and we are lucky to be playing.
Merry Christmas from Team 1 Sports!
Alan Tanner
Tricoach18@att.net
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