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Discussion: Mikey Freak Primo

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Aug. 3, 2020
20boy1
3 posts
Mikey Freak Primo
Does anyone know why the Miken Freak Primo MPMOSA which was sent to me to replace a DC 41 does not have a ASA stamp on it? The only distinction is a USA stamp which is not an indication of where it was made. Miken says in its advertising that it is an ASA approved bat. But doesn’t it need the ASA stamp to be legal? I need an ASA bat for certain tournaments.
Aug. 4, 2020
ju25
Men's 60
224 posts
ASA is USA now!
Aug. 4, 2020
ju25
Men's 60
224 posts
https://nfca.org/divnews/general/asa-usa-softball-announces-organization-rename-and-rebrand
Aug. 4, 2020
4040club
Men's 75
14 posts
Does SSUSA recognize/approve bats with the USA logo? Previously it stated
bats without the ASA logo were illegal.
Aug. 4, 2020
ju25
Men's 60
224 posts
No, bats must have bpf of 1.21 or lower. No bpf on USA bats
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