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Discussion: evil 52/300 vs. tattoo 52/300

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July 16, 2014
averagejoeTex
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evil 52/300 vs. tattoo 52/300
Hello everyone I'm from Texas so that means 100 degrees weather, has anyone tried the evil compared to the tattoo ball 52/300? Which out performs
July 16, 2014
Fred S
Men's 80
93 posts
I have tested and used both. We ended up selecting the Tattoo for our league 2 yrs ago.

The reason we went with the Tattoos is that in testing them in the spring 50-70 degrees I found that the Tattoo slightly outperformed the Evil. As we later found out during the season is that the Tattoos didn't perform over a period of time. We use the game balls for pickup games BP sessions during the season they dropped in performance quickly.

I would say if you want a ball for one doubleheader then I would go with the Tattoo but if you want a ball that is durable for long time then I would go with the Evil.

My personal choice would be the Evil for longevity.
July 16, 2014
averagejoeTex
3 posts
Thank you very much , you saved me time and money........
July 16, 2014
averagejoeTex
3 posts
Thank you very much , you saved me time and money........
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