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Discussion: new bat for seniors

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Sept. 24, 2010
#6
Men's 60
1183 posts
new bat for seniors
After I was sent this bat, I just got a call from a engineer buddy from Ohio..........trying to design a composite bat that "all" seniors can use.........If this comes out as good as the sample I just used.........buyers beware !

Tanel will have first shot at the rights to produce it !

OH, and you can use this for "any association".....LEGAL !I know , your saying how much will this new bat costs.....I have paid, $150, $200, $250 and $300 for some bats........if this works out, would you pay $150 for a bat with a written guarantte for "ONE YEAR"...NO QUESTIONS ASKED ?
If OK'D on from the engineer and he signs off on it for me I will take the one I have to our "Sunday night senior" league and let anybody who wants,,,,swing it.
All new......get back to you !

Sept. 26, 2010
Fred Scerra
Men's 80
542 posts
I would and good luck on his adventure. It is tough to break into the bat market.

One thing though I can't see a bat for senior that would make them happy that would pass the ASA certification so I am not sure that it will be good in all assoc.
Sept. 26, 2010
#6
Men's 60
1183 posts
Fred,
What I have been told is he has had several attroneys working on this as well,and they all play ball, nothing may come of it, but if it does we would all win !
Sept. 26, 2010
LP
302 posts
ASA why would seniors care what ASA wants or says, i've bee in senior ball for 10 years. we had our senior league under ASA when i first started, hope to never be under them again red tape was ruining the game love SSUSA they are the players org.
Sept. 27, 2010
Fred Scerra
Men's 80
542 posts
LP you missed my point. All I am saying is it would be very difficult to make one bat to cover all assoc and for everyone to be happy with it.

If the project is to go forward and be successful I would think that it would have to be two models one for Senior's and one for ASA
Sept. 27, 2010
#6
Men's 60
1183 posts
Fred,
From what I understand about this bat.......it will be "hot" and "approved" for "all" associations.......from what I hear "it will have a ASA stamp" on it, but will be "plenty" good(hot) enough to hit in SSUSA ! I am suppose to hear if it will make, this week!
Sept. 27, 2010
Fred Scerra
Men's 80
542 posts
If that is the case I can't wait to get one.

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