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Discussion: Catalyst bat

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March 1, 2005
stig 52
Men's 50
46 posts
Catalyst bat
Our team had practice on Sunday and we hit the Catalyst bat. The bat was a 26 oz that had over a thousand swings on it. We put 800 swings with eleven guys using it. We used 44 core 525 lb Decker Shark balls with a wet outfield. Everybody was impressed with the performance of the bat and the durability. This bat is as good or better than any of the composite bats that are legal and if they all are as durable as the one we hit then this could be what softball players want a hot durable bat that won't dent or break after a few hundred swings. We are looking forward to using them in game situations to see if they can perform.
March 1, 2005
Robo2
223 posts
Do you know if the Catalyst comes in 29 oz and which organizations can use it?
March 1, 2005
BruceinGa
Men's 60
2665 posts
The latest issue of Softball Sales catalog states that the Catalyst is NOT ASA approved and is available in 26, 27, 28, 29, and 30 oz.
March 1, 2005
Bermuda Punch
Men's 65
15 posts
I was told Monday by a dealer in Michigan that a ASA approved version of the Catalyst is due to hit the market in four to six weeks. Other than that he didn't know anything about the ASA approved bat and had no idea if it would be as hot as the U-trip version.
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