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|, April 23, 2009|
|Topic: Product review|
Discussion: Pitching Masks discussion
The bats being too hot for human reflexes is the main problem. I also believe pitching to the mat takes away the corners...the probability of a ball coming back up the middle that has been pitched straight down the middle is much higher. It's definitely overkill putting these Senior bats in the hands of the 40's.
I've worn a helmet or mask for ten years now...I'm not ten years smarter than the rest of you, I was just seriously injured ten years sooner.
I enjoy the rush of hitting a ball over the fences as much as the next guy but there need to be sacrifices in equipment performance before someone is killed and the lawsuit puts us all out of being able to participate in this game we all love.
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