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Discussion: New product called Batters ID

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June 21, 2010
Rossi
2 posts
New product called Batters ID
My name is Jim Ross and I have played softball for 30+ years and currently play senior softball with Master Collision out of Colorado
and the Fangrabbers out of Arizona. I have come up with a way to identify your bat in the dugout, it is called BATTERS ID. This is a durable bat cap that comes in four colors. You place your number(included in package) on it so that you can personalize as well
as quickly find your bat. The cap fits most metal/composite bats. I believe you will find it useful and easy to use. Please give me your feedback on this. Thanks. Visit BATTERSID.COM for more information. Later...Rossi
June 21, 2010
einstein
Men's 50
3114 posts
Sounds like a winner, Jimmy
especially as we all move closer
to Olds-heimers where we'll be prone to forgetting what planet we're on.
How'd you do in Arizona this weekend?
June 21, 2010
titanhd
Men's 50
314 posts
These have actually been around a while. ASA had a rule about the knob being covered and would make us take them off so I didn't buy anymore.Check for what the rule is today if you play ASA.
June 22, 2010
Rossi
2 posts
Einstein, Thanks...with all the bats looking the same its nice to be able to tell mine apart. Thanks to BATTERS ID. The Fangrabbers went 5-0 and won the tournament, I was unable to attend but wanted to be there. Later


Titanhd, Have not seen the cap you're talking about and no problems so far.
June 22, 2010
Johnny Hose
Men's 50
71 posts
Rossi...
GREAT PRODUCT. With the price of the bats today, it is very wise to identify
yours. I think most umpires in senior ball would agree that this is not a threat or alteration, and should they wish to see the lable on the knob it is a quick thing to do. Inexpensive too. You have our endorsement. Good luck. Missed you in Pinetop, see you soon.
June 14, 2011
softball4b
Men's 60
706 posts
I obtained a couple of these from Jimmy and applied them to my bats. I did not glue them on, but just slipped them over the knob. They worked great and I have no complaints. Now if I get get the bat manufacturers to change their color scheme then my bats would just look Fabulous!!!
June 14, 2011
Funk
41 posts
Jimmy Ross...Great Player and Great Friend !!!
I received this product sometime last year from
Jimmy and it has been one of the best ways for
me to identify any of my bats in a dugout full
of bats that sometimes are hard to sort out.

Great product Jimmy...Hope others agree !

George Robinson.
June 15, 2011
mad dog
Men's 60
3919 posts
hey guys there is another product out also,called battoos.these are stickers that you can get and label your bats with.they are not so great if you trade a lot,but if you intend on keeping your bat for a long time(like till it breaks) these are pretty good.you can them with different saying also,"not a team bat";"you break it you buy it",etc.just another alternative.to me the only prol with them,is once they go on the bat they stay,can't be switch like rossi's.
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