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Discussion: \"Freak\" broke

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July 28, 2004
Mitch
Men's 50
68 posts
"Freak" broke
At one of our games tonight, a guy swung his "Freak" and hit the ball close to the end of the bat and the bat broke "in half", as in two pieces, right at the end of the grip. It's a relatively new, less than 2 months, bat and hardly had any marks on it.
Has anyone else had this problem??
July 29, 2004
BruceinGa
Men's 60
2582 posts
Last year I saw a Ultra 2 break like that.
July 29, 2004
LA
46 posts
My observation as well. On several of the U 2's, I have seen them crack very easily, the closer they were hit to the shaft of the bat. Larry.
July 29, 2004
Rod
Men's 70
24 posts
To add a little humor, (IT MUST HAVE BEEN A FREAK ACCIDENT) I just received my new Freak from Kelley yesterday.
July 29, 2004
Downs
49 posts
Mitch & Bruce: don't know why, but I personally cracked two Ultra II's in a three week period. Odd thing is they both cracked at the joint between the handle and the barrel. One was new and when I sent a note with the returned bat, I got NO response, just a new return bat with the warranty "W" stamped in the barrel cap. There were no marks or hits near either handle. I am not a home run hitter in the 65's. Oh well! Downs-Seattle
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