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Discussion: OG Freak out - Rip It in - how ??

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Jan. 7, 2007
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OG Freak out - Rip It in - how ??
For our ASA play I have been using the OG freak. Love the bat and have not found a better bat (have hit all the top ASA bats).
So my freak is going to be banned and I have two new ones in the garage. To make matters worse I have started to hit this new black Rip It and it out hits the my freak.
How is this fair. How can a bat be illegal and a bat that outhits it be legal.
In fact this black bat outhits my Miken 585 which is also not ASA legal.
Of course the U2 is still king and I like the senior combat as well but this black Rip It is the best in it's class.

PS: I think the market for my freaks just fell to the ground.
Jan. 7, 2007
134 posts
As my grand DD says, chill out and don't worry about it. Sell your freaks while you can and stick to the Rip It. You are not alone, here in Az there are a ton of these senior black bats just in the east valley and I see more each week. It's a great bat and a better company and I did not get a free bat to say that. I happen to like Bill G, nice guy and one hell of a hitter (can't field for love or money and no arm).
So don't freak out (ha) and just Rip It.
Jan. 8, 2007
Men's 65
4549 posts
LMK if you want to sell or trade the freaks.
Jan. 8, 2007
mad dog
Men's 65
4150 posts
oldfart i would take them to ebay as they still are getting anywhere from$350 on up easly.i've seen sellers starting at $450 min for them and people buying them at that.
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