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Dec. 31, 2013
Topic: Bats
Discussion: Bat Comparisons

Thanks for everyone's input. Crusher overall you may be right about being out too long, fielding skills at the mound have eroded but can still hit line drives. From information provided, the 52/300 ball with ASA approved bats may be our best option. Are the senior bats like the Reebok Melee really that potent? We play on 305 foot fenced fields (about a 318 carry)and the one guy on our team with legit power hits one about 350 right out of the wrapper and then hits two more line drives off the top of the fence his next two trips.
Dec. 28, 2013
Topic: Bats
Discussion: Bat Comparisons

I recently got back into playing softball. I quit playing 25 years ago and man has the game changed. With the composite bats guys that used to be average hitters with average power seem to now be beasts. I'm in a league with players from 50 to 77 years of age and we have no bat restrictions. I'm pushing for ASA only bats and 52/300 core balls. Will this be sufficient enough to curb the insanity? I would appreciate insight.
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