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Discussion: Evil BP Ball

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July 6, 2011
Sunshine1949
Men's 60
29 posts
Evil BP Ball
Does anyone have an opinion on the the white/orange Evil batting practice ball which is a 48/425 versus the Evil green/orange BP ball which is a 52/300. They are out of stock until 7/20 on the 48/425 and wondered if they are worth waiting on......thought the 52/300 may be too soft.
July 6, 2011
obagain
Men's 50
56 posts
We use the evil bp all the time, they hold up great and you really get to see the spin on the ball with the 2 color panels.
Steve Butler and I have several youtube videos using that ball.
July 6, 2011
Sunshine1949
Men's 60
29 posts
Thansks for the feedback...which ball is it white/orange or green/orange.
July 6, 2011
mad dog
Men's 60
3935 posts
personally either one would be ok,if your inclined to buy bp balls.i save used game balls and search the woods at one field i play at for hr balls that teams don't feel the need to go get.over the years i have accumulated a couple hundred,just keep rotating the bad ones out.i also have gone on ebay and bought balls also for way less than they normally would go for,when i have bought balls.
July 6, 2011
obagain
Men's 50
56 posts
We use the white and orange.
If you look for speedswing on youtube and we have over 100 vids on there.
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