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Discussion: A QUESTION FOR YOU BAT GEEKS

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May 5, 2014
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A QUESTION FOR YOU BAT GEEKS

Hi All
I am interested in comparing the new Miken Big Cat to the Combat Jeff Wallace Centenarian. I realize the Miken is a 2 piece and the Combat is not also the Miken may be just a bit more end loaded. But is there any other real difference between the two bats?





May 5, 2014
Tri18
610 posts
A lot....the Big Cat will break in quicker and produce higher batted ball speeds and distance. Sweet spots are similar but the Big Cats expands as you keep hitting it to give it the slight edge. Both are great choices but the Big Cat wins out overall. I just got them in and those end loads sure feel good!
Resident bat geek,

Alan Tanner
Team 1 Sports
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