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Bob Russell

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Evilsports.com, MA

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, March 17, 2016
Bobby Buggs
Topic: Bats
Discussion: New Adidas MeLee 2

L, its too early to tell durability on the Adidas Melee, Dudley sure did set the bar high last year with super durability and great performance.
, March 16, 2016
Bobby Buggs
Topic: Bats
Discussion: New Adidas MeLee 2

John Furlong also produced the Multi Layer balls for both Trump and Dudley, No one on this site did.
, March 16, 2016
Bobby Buggs
Topic: Bats
Discussion: New Adidas MeLee 2

Here is the Factual information, John Furlong from Yearflow sports designed and produced the 52 Cor ball. No one on this site did.
, March 16, 2016
Bobby Buggs
Topic: Bats
Discussion: New Adidas MeLee 2

4b, dont tell me... your a dead pull hitter
, March 15, 2016
Bobby Buggs
Topic: Bats
Discussion: New Adidas MeLee 2

Alan, we hit that bat last week. I dont think the sweet spot is smaller it just seems to be shifted more towards the taper than the endcap.
The one we used was a 27 Bal, swings light and I feel people with slightly slower swing speeds will really enjoy this bat.
, March 4, 2016
Bobby Buggs
Topic: Bats
Discussion: Your opinion on best Senior Bat

Been doing some testing with the new Adidas bat and I have to say the sweetspot is quite large. It really starts getting hotter the farther you get from the end cap which I thought was kinda strange but its like rubber in the middle of the barrel. Too early to tell durability but exit speed and feel are great so far. I will be able to hit it on a field next week in southwest Florida. Hopefully we can get some video but I expect really good things from the new Adidas Melee2 bat.
, Feb. 16, 2016
Bobby Buggs
Topic: General and miscellaneous
Discussion: Naples, Ft Myers Fl

Thanks for that info, very helpful.
Do you happen to have Joes #, if so send to buggs@evilsports.com
, Feb. 15, 2016
Bobby Buggs
Topic: Bats
Discussion: ASA Bats

Demarini has been tough to beatl with 52 cor balls over the past couple years
, Feb. 15, 2016
Bobby Buggs
Topic: General and miscellaneous
Discussion: Naples, Ft Myers Fl

Im a new part time resident of Naples and wanted to get connected with some of the senior ball down that way. I know some of you frequent SB fans too, just thought I would check in here.Let me know if you are hitting in that area and what days
, Sept. 5, 2015
Bobby Buggs
Topic: General and miscellaneous
Discussion: Stadium "Show" Balls?????

Joey is correct, That is the Evil Sports Ultimate Evil. Its been the Stadium power tour ball for the last 4 years. They know a good ball when they find it.
http://www.evilsports.com/image.php?type=P&id=16269&ts=1441452932
, Sept. 4, 2015
Bobby Buggs
Topic: Bats
Discussion: Question for grey Combat users

Mahalo Fabe
, Sept. 4, 2015
Bobby Buggs
Topic: Bats
Discussion: Question for grey Combat users

The OG one I have has an uncountable amount of hits on it over the years and is straight fire. I picked up another one and its in almost new condish.
How many hits does it usually take for these things to get stupid. I can feel the barrel flex on impact but its definitely not a fire stick yet like my other one.
, April 25, 2014
Bobby Buggs
Topic: General and miscellaneous
Discussion: BruceinGa

Is there a way I can speak to you, my cell is 413-531-9734
, April 15, 2014
Bobby Buggs
Topic: General and miscellaneous
Discussion: Do you use a Heavy/Warm up ball

Im willing to bet its not the Evil
, April 12, 2014
Bobby Buggs
Topic: General and miscellaneous
Discussion: Do you use a Heavy/Warm up ball

Gary, I echo your thoughts about throwing it hard. Use the Evil Heavy for soft toss only. Dont muscle up on it or try to chuck it 80, you will do damage.
Now I cant agree with your second point and quite the contrary, The Evil Heavy is NOT a rubber ball and it does not bounce like one either. Since its a leather cover heavy ball you would only be prematurely aging it by throwing it the wall or the ground.

Bruce, thanks for being our tester.
, April 9, 2014
Bobby Buggs
Topic: General and miscellaneous
Discussion: Do you use a Heavy/Warm up ball

Bruce, did you get a chance to use the Heavy this weekend.
, April 3, 2014
Bobby Buggs
Topic: General and miscellaneous
Discussion: Do you use a Heavy/Warm up ball

Ed, the Evil Heavy is a 12 oz softball with a leather cover, its the same size and feel as a game ball. That being said I dont see it being used for wall ball training.
, April 1, 2014
Bobby Buggs
Topic: General and miscellaneous
Discussion: Do you use a Heavy/Warm up ball

Bruce, let me know what you think when you get it.
, March 29, 2014
Bobby Buggs
Topic: General and miscellaneous
Discussion: Do you use a Heavy/Warm up ball

Evil Heavy will be the end of Cannon Ball for softball.
, March 28, 2014
Bobby Buggs
Topic: General and miscellaneous
Discussion: Do you use a Heavy/Warm up ball

Thanks for checking in tg, if you like your bats you dont want to hit our Evil Heavy.
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