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Discussion: Bat experts-I need advice

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Jan. 14, 2014
526 posts
Bat experts-I need advice
A young man that works at my health club has put together a team of young 20s from his baseball and college days and they want to enter the world of 12" softball. He asked if I could recommend a few bats. I said I would check with the experts.

What are the one or two best bats that would:

1. Be legal in ASA

2. Be legal in USSSA
Jan. 14, 2014
swing for the fences
Men's 50
1202 posts
ASA Mikan Triad is a great bat....
Also the Demarini Aftermath.. I think these are two of the best!

U trip I will defer to others.. I haven't stayed up with that sanction. Sorry
Jan. 15, 2014
Men's 55
86 posts
Tell him it's not the bat in the hand, it's the hands around the bat that matters.....

That being said, USSSA Mizuno Blackout is my choice.

A dik
Jan. 15, 2014
hemi racer
Men's 65
237 posts
I play and use senior bats, but one of our heavy hitters uses the Psyco all the time and he is eligible to use senior bats.
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