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Jan. 10, 2014
biglee13
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help
new to senior softball ! which bat should I get ? miken blackout,worth legit or combat ambush > thanks
Jan. 10, 2014
DOLFAN
39 posts
I love my 2 piece Miken Ultra II 27 ounce Balanced....just bought another one!!!!!
Jan. 10, 2014
hemi racer
Men's 65
103 posts
I'm sure you will get a verity of opinions on here Biglee. I have been playing for some six years now and have tried several bat brands and models. If you are interested in best pop of these it would be the Ambush for me. I have a Miken 2 piece in my bag and it performs very well, just doesn't have the distance of the Ambush to me. If your looking for longevity you might look at the new traid blackout by Miken. It has gotten some good press for durability. A source of good honest info would be Alan @ Team 1 Sports. Tell him what your needs are and he can help. Also Ed (surf88) seems to have a lot of knowledge also. They both are what I would call professionals when it come to bats. Guys like me play two or three times a week, I think these two are out there everyday whacking away.
Jan. 10, 2014
Tri18
671 posts
Lee,
I'm happy to try and help you with the right bat to match your swing. You can reach me at 561-718-7504.
Alan
Team 1 Sports
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