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Discussion: ASA vs 1.21

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Jan. 19, 2013
DonB
35 posts
ASA vs 1.21
Personally a senior bat(1.21)will last me a long time, obviously I'm not a masher.If the new ASA standard bats are a bit better than a the 1.20's and I'm assuming durability would be better than the senior bats.Would it not make sense for a masher to swing the asa only bats? I do realize that the new asa only bats have only been out for a short time so durability is still in question.As far as price most of asa only bats are priced equal to the senior bats. Just thinking out loud!

Don
Jan. 19, 2013
Enviro-Vac
Men's 60
399 posts
I think your onto something there Don. I got a new U-trip bat this year for play in Canada and am curious to see how good it will get with use during the year.
Jan. 19, 2013
ju25
Men's 55
139 posts
New ASA bats are made for .52/300 ball, if you hit .44/375's with them I doubt they will last long. 1.20bpf bats should still be hotter than the ASA bats. ASA dropped the testing swing speed from 85mph to 80mph, changed to the .52/300 ball, but batted ball exit speed cannot exceed 98mph. 1.20bpf have an exit speed of 100+. New 2031 stamp USSSA bats are supposed to get hotter faster and blow up quicker.
Jan. 19, 2013
Enviro-Vac
Men's 60
399 posts
Good information there ju25. Thanks
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