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Discussion: Bat Waves Demarini 375

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April 6, 2005
Lefty
Men's 65
505 posts
Bat Waves Demarini 375
I would just like to know if you have a wave on a bat does it hit any worse or better? I went hit some bp with my 375 demarini and it's awesome but I have a couple of waves. Should I worry?
April 6, 2005
BruceinGa
Men's 60
2734 posts
The bat should hit better but if I were you I would worry that an umpire might declare the bat unfit for play.
April 6, 2005
Longballr9
Men's 40
48 posts
Bruce is absolutely correct. I used to swing Fat Boys. I loved them, except they weren't durable. I never had an umpire toss a bat for being dented, but if it cracked I tossed it. To bad about those bats. I swing the PST now. I've broken 4 of them...just can't win.
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