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Discussion: Early Composite bats

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Sept. 30, 2005
KillAbrew
Men's 60
55 posts
Early Composite bats
Need some help. What was the first composite bat made. What were some other early models. I know of Mizuno World Win MS100 around 1994 Graphite/Kevlar.
Was told of a Louisville Ptpscm30m Matrix (tournament players series) carbon composite
Don't know that bat or year.
Sept. 30, 2005
mad dog
Men's 65
3948 posts
wilson made one in the mid 80's,graphite ,can't remember if anything else was with it.do know it had a whip action to it like a golf club in the handle.it would hit the snot out of the rocks we use to use back then.
Oct. 5, 2005
taits
Men's 65
4395 posts
Eaton had a Grahpite one as well.
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