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Discussion: USSSA approved: Freak Plus vs. Green Mayhem

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March 6, 2009
EBOYD4545
8 posts
USSSA approved: Freak Plus vs. Green Mayhem
To play with the "kids" in a USSSA week-night league--I need some opinions on what bat to buy. Either a Miken Freak Plus or a Worth Green Mayhem. Which one is hotter? Or is something else even hotter than either of these two? All opinions are welcome. Thanks.
March 6, 2009
Lecak
Men's 55
1012 posts
Holmes

LC 5 Legend
We are having a 1 month spring sale on this bat for 250.00 delivered, this includes the russell dri fit tee shirt. Sizes med to xxl. Call 800-327-0074 ext 210

This is from Kevin at Anaconda it is a Larry Carter Demarini. Heard lots of good things about the bat if I had the need for a bat would take a serious look at this one.
March 7, 2009
Lefty
Men's 65
505 posts
Both bats are great. If I had to pick it would be the green mayhem. It hits just good or better than the freak+. I broke 4 freak+'s in the last 2 years. For some reason I haven't got more than 200 to 250 swings with them before they would break. Go with the mayhem. Have a great softball season. Mine starts today in Birmingham can't wait to smack that ball and see some old friends.
March 7, 2009
BruceinGa
Men's 60
2734 posts
EBoyd and Joe L, I too have heard good things about the LC Legend, also the great customer service of Anaconda. However I'm thinking the reason he asked about those two older bats is partially because of the reasonable prices of them. I'm not sure what a new "booger" would sell for but I know the Freak Plus can be bought for $179. I'm thinking of buying another. Imo they are as hot as any senior bat when broken in, just a slightly smaller sweetspot. At the Classic Spring Training home run derby this year I chose not to use my MM Combat because of the 30 something temperatures. Instead I used my 15 month old 30oz Freak Plus. It did quite well, with one shot probably further than my longest with a senior bat.
And Lefty, I would guess that I have over 700 swings on it.
I have owned a "booger" and did like it but I now think that the F+ has more endload that it.
Good luck in your league.
March 7, 2009
EBOYD4545
8 posts
Hey Joe, and Lefty and BruceinGa Thanks for the input. I've swung a green mayhem before in a senior tournament a few times, but after listening to you guys I think I'm gonna buy a Freak-plus. I kinda was leaning towards that one anyway, but thanks again... Hey Joe, how bout them Steelers...are you planning any trips back home to Homestead anytime soon? Take care and thanks again guys..
March 7, 2009
CRUSADERVB
Men's 65
272 posts
BOYD, DON'T BUY, I HAVE ONE YOU CAN BORROW, IT'S HOT. WE CAN'T USE IT ON THE WEST SIDE. LET ME KNOW AND I'LL GIVE IT TO SAM.
March 8, 2009
SLOBALL1
Men's 50
173 posts
Boyd if you should decide on the old model "booger"mayhem. I do have access to a couple used ones in excellant condition.
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