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Discussion: bass bats???
|April 20, 2011|
Got a friend who is a bat junkie. Has untold dozens in his garage from 45 + years of softball. Called me today and said he bought one (bass). Supposed to be a 121 rating. Wants to know if it's any good or did he waste another $200?????? Any knowledge on this would be appreciated. He sucks most of the time at the plate so if it's bad news, I am not going to tell him the truth.
|April 21, 2011|
|The Bass bats are allowed in USSSA play so I don't know why they wouldn't be allowed in senior play. I could be wrong but I haven't heard if they have been outlawed anywhere. |
Does SSUSA have an authorized bat list here on this site?
|April 22, 2011|
|Bass has an SSUSA approved senior softball bat - the Crippler, available in balanced (green) and endloaded (orange) versions.|
|April 22, 2011|
|Bats stamped with a bpf rating os 1.21 or less are allowed. DW bats w\o 1.21 or less markings are NOT allowed or is it exceeds that.|
Rules 3.4(3) & 3.4(4)
The old Ti bats & new substance or configuration not approved for use are specifically mentioned as not approves as well.
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