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Discussion: Hottest single piece alloy bats?

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Nov. 13, 2017
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Hottest single piece alloy bats?
Hello everyone,
I play softball in Colombia, South America. Currently my league only allows single piece aluminum (alloy) bats, with no endcaps. For years we have stuck to the different types of Louisville Slugger TPS bats, both CU31 and C405. The most wanted bats down here are the TPS CU31 Ritch's Superior bats (blue/white and green/white) but as you may know, these are pretty hard to find or can be pricey.

Because of this, do you guys know if there is any other bat in the market that will fulfill these requirements?
Nov. 14, 2017
Men's 70
3161 posts
I was going to suggest Ritch's Superior but I see you know about them. (I have a niw 32oz)
I remember the EST line had a small plug in the end. That may qualify as an endcap.
In the 70's most all bats didn't have endcaps but then again we used harder balls.
I would suggest you do some "testing" of different vintage bats with the balls you now use.
Good luck!
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