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Sept. 18, 2014
Topic: General and miscellaneous
Discussion: Nightmare bat approved

UGH!! Just got my Mighty Mike Ultra,and my Lightning is in the mail an now this new bat!!! I'm going broke!!
Aug. 29, 2014
Topic: General and miscellaneous
Discussion: Pitcher does what?

If the ball is hit straight back to the pitcher the quickest move is home because the pitcher does'nt have to take time to turn around to throw. The catcher has a clear throw to third because the runner coming home runs to the outside of home plate. Left field needs to make sure it backs up third. Bip,Bam,Boom!
June 1, 2014
Topic: General and miscellaneous
Discussion: Trump Softballs

I had heard that the altitude in Reno effects the flight of the ball.We had different results on each field, wind being a factor also. Field 15 (Golden Eagle) was the only place we maxed out on our 6 HR's, an they came early. Great park an fields, beautiful place to play

May 28, 2014
Topic: General and miscellaneous
Discussion: Trump Softballs

Know one wants to hit a homer only to be called out. Always nice to have a solid hit that goes sailing.I play in the 55 Majors, can only remember one or two games that we maxed out on homeruns an those games we needed for it not to have been an out. :(
April 28, 2014
Topic: Bats
Discussion: Dimarini One

Got the new end loaded 27 oz.(light blue) Have about 300 hits on it. Some where surprised it hadn't broken yet. Love the pop and distance that it gives. After about 100 hits it just came alive, constantly turn the bat in my hands after each swing, is starting to show nice webbing also one 3in. long hopefully cosmetic crack not really a raised surface. But over all its the one I,m most happy with as far as distance an jump off the bat right now. Will baby it till it breaks, then back to the Ultra2 with the 2000 ASA stamp which has about a 2 thousand hits on it (old faithful)
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