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Discussion: Update on Combat SEN-GR2
|April 16, 2012|
|Update on Combat SEN-GR2 |
I am pleased to give a very favorable update on the "New Blue" combat. I have been swinging the Ultra II for many many years and am now a big combat fan. I was only able to take about 40 swings at BP. This weekend I decided to use it in our last game at the FHC tournament in Lakeland. I pulled the first pitch and sent it well beyond the fence in foul territory and then hit solid laser beam line drive on the next pitch. The ball jumped off the bat everytime I came to the plate after that. I am excited about the future performance once this lethal weapon breaks in. The only part of the equation that's left is duribility. I'm not a qualified player to judge or test bats, but in my humble opinion, the "New Blue" is a great bat!
|April 17, 2012|
swing for the fences
|keep us posted.. I'm interested on it's durability.. I had one last 75 swings never got to the game with it.. It didn't open up as well as my Yellow MM... |
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