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Discussion: Worth asa Titan

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March 15, 2009
Captain Marauder
Men's 65
63 posts
Worth asa Titan
Does anybody have any info on the Worth Titan asa model I play in an asa league and I heard they were a good bat. What kind of pop do they have, how do they stand up etc.your thoughts please
March 15, 2009
santo
Men's 55
41 posts
Capt.,
Don't know about the Titan, but I finally broke down and bought an ASA bat for a league I play in once a week. The other days are USSSA/NSA (Jeff Worth Mayhem 28 end-load $189) and of course, senior ball (Ultra II 29 $199). I bought a Combat Anti-Virus 28 end-load $199 and have been using it for about 2 weeks. For ASA, I haven't swung a better bat. The Easton Synergy Flex is good too but I like the end-load Anti-Virus. Good Luck, I now have my three favorate bats. Now all I have to do is hit...
March 15, 2009
Captain Marauder
Men's 65
63 posts
Thanks Santo I play in Canada where most leagues are ASA or NSA I was just looking for info on this bat ,to see if anybody likes it or not I,m like you I have lots of bats I just need to hit.
March 15, 2009
Enviro-Vac
Men's 60
382 posts
Hep Cap'n! You don't need a Titan. Keep using your fence posts.

I got a 2009 ASA Titan. No better or worse then most ASA bats but I think the Reaper & Combat are a bit better. Small sweet spot on the Titan...hope it get's bigger when broken in.
March 16, 2009
ROOSTER10
Men's 60
91 posts
If you can get a TPS Voltage 73V cheap enough for ASA you will not want another bat ever.Once broken in they are dynamite ASA . E-bay they are selling over $300 . Sports Authority
only place to find them.
March 16, 2009
BruceinGa
Men's 60
2581 posts
A Sports Authority near me had the Voltage for $179.
March 16, 2009
ROOSTER10
Men's 60
91 posts
BRUCEINGA
March 16, 2009
ROOSTER10
Men's 60
91 posts
BRUCEINGA
Was it the 73V Model? The 78v Model
is no good. If they go on sale for $99.00 buy one you will not be disappointed. Like I said on e-bay they are getting 250+ up to 300+ for them. Once broken in they are as good as any ASA Bat on the market.
March 16, 2009
BruceinGa
Men's 60
2581 posts
What are the differences in the two? I didn't notice the model number. I went there to see if they had the JH Mayhem for $100. They didn't.
March 16, 2009
ROOSTER10
Men's 60
91 posts
BRUCEINGA
The 78v model was made for sports authority and the 73v was made by TPS
with a better shell. They have not made them since 2004. A former ballplayer who died several months ago found out once the 73v gets broken in it hits close to a ultra. I know that some people bought the 78v and hate it.
Once you hit the 73v you will be amazed.
March 16, 2009
wagon487
Men's 50
505 posts
When your 73v opens up, put it away, game only. It does has a short hot life.
March 16, 2009
Stretch14
Men's 50
180 posts
Does anybody like the Ultra 11 Legacy? How does it hit or does it.
March 17, 2009
ROOSTER10
Men's 60
91 posts
STRETCH14
Save your money, there are so many better bats than the legacy on the market.If you play senior ball miken II,or any combats will do just great.
only my opinion!!
March 18, 2009
BruceinGa
Men's 60
2581 posts
Here's a deal, Geezer for $129.
http://www.spcsports.com/index.php?l=product_detail&p=124
March 18, 2009
tater9
62 posts
I have a slightly used Geezer (100 hits) I will sell for $100.00. I don't care for the bat. I also have the receipt if anyone is interested. I also have a Freak Plus (NIW/NR) that I would like to get rid of.
March 18, 2009
hitt2
354 posts
Tater9
Is it the senior geezer.
March 18, 2009
hitt2
354 posts
Tater9
Is it the senior geezer?
March 18, 2009
tater9
62 posts
Yes it is.
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