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Discussion: Is there a poundage/inch pounds pass/fail test for Sr bats?

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April 2, 2024
bandylegs17
Men's 65
13 posts
Is there a poundage/inch pounds pass/fail test for Sr bats?
I ask cause a local low level senior co-ed day league is now testing Sr bats which only women and men are allowed to use.They have no idea what poundage figures they're looking for on the SR bats.
All others must use USA/ASA bats.
April 3, 2024
JohnO28
Men's 50
103 posts
There is no cutoff number in Senior softball. If they are making up their own rules and testing Senior bats then for their individual league they can set their own number. But Senior bats aren't designed or built to any testing standards besides the 1.21 BPF which is the industry standard. Senior bats have no minimum compression number.
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