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Discussion: freak is back

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Nov. 16, 2007
lobo24
14 posts
freak is back
I mean miken is manufacturing them again.
Nov. 18, 2007
the wood
1079 posts
The real beauty of the Freak was that they could be used in ASA competition... same for the other 100 MPH bats that were grandfathered. But now that they are disallowed in ASA, where is the charm?
I have one that I use in BP in order to save wear and tear on Combats and Ultras. Where else, aside from USSSA, do they have value?
Nov. 18, 2007
Bob D.
Men's 60
10 posts
Our league in Sun City West is allowing the Freak after 1-1-08. I would love to buy a 34-27 oz. if anyone has one to sell.
Nov. 19, 2007
lobo24
14 posts
To Bob D look on ebay you can buy a new original freak.
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