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|, Oct. 30, 2013|
Discussion: Worth Legit Senior Bat
I have been curious about the Legit but have hesitated in buying one because it's supposed to be very balanced. I prefer a good end load such as the Melee yellow. What weight is your Legit? Do you think a 28 oz. Legit would be a good choice for someone used to a 26 oz. end load? Thanks for your help.
|, May 9, 2012|
Discussion: Demarini The One - Senior bat
I just bought one in 27 oz. It is very balanced and appears to be developing pretty good pop after about 50 or 60 hits. If it's anything like it's predecessor the "Geezer" it should be durable and lively. Terrible graphics!!
|, April 16, 2012|
Discussion: Need your input
The 2002/2003 Miken Ultras do appear to be somewhat better (hotter) in performance (pop & distance)and more durable than the newer Mikens. I have used quite a few of the older ones and many of the newer senior logo variety and that is definitely my impression.
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