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Discussion: OG ULTRA

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Feb. 3, 2013
6 posts
new to SSUSA just turned old enough to play are the OG ultra's legal
Feb. 3, 2013
6 posts
sorry I will be able to play 50+
Feb. 3, 2013
Men's 70
165 posts
I wish they were. But no.
Feb. 3, 2013
6 posts
thank you very much. looking forward senior ball
Feb. 17, 2013
1 posts
I have seen OG in the description of bats? I don't guess I have been around enough but I don't know what that means. Can anyone explain it to me?
Feb. 17, 2013
104 posts
The Older Ultra 2 with the printed ASA stamp are consider the OMG or OG bats. reason is this bat composit is just a bit thicker so the bat will last a little longer, the newer ones life is about one year..both have great pop :) hope this helps..
Feb. 17, 2013
Men's 55
580 posts
OG does not mean older. OG stands for original. A bat can be older and not an OG! When it comes to bats, sometimes being the original is a good thing, i.e., easton extended and flex and the miken freak and ultra. Usually more pop and more durable. I've never heard of a bat being OMG?
Feb. 18, 2013
14 posts
wagon speaks the truth
Feb. 18, 2013
Men's 65
3146 posts
OMG=oh my gosh :)
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