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March 17, 2011
streeter
3 posts
size
Hi I just bought an Easton 34"/35 softball bat. Can I use it in this league?
March 17, 2011
taits
Men's 65
4359 posts
You might check to see if it has association stamps on it if an older bat, because most that enforce their own regulations would require it on the bat.
However many umps don't know jack about bats to begin with.
35 oz bat is hard to find in the new composites. But I had an Easton 34\35 long ago, But don't remember assn stickers on it. Just Softball.
Some allow just that ("Softball or Official Softball or Approved Softball") on the bat to be legal.
But yours seems to fit the mold for use as mentioned.
March 20, 2011
Fred Scerra
Men's 80
542 posts
Depends on Model #. I believe you can go up to 38 oz. Last year I had a player who swung an old 38" bat. Are they heavy!!
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