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Discussion: wood bats

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Oct. 12, 2007
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wood bats
I have recently started playing in a men's league in Northern Florida that has changed to wood bats. What is the best wood bat out there these days. Anyone know?
Oct. 12, 2007
Men's 55
78 posts
SB41 Maple Wood Softball Bat
Cherry/Black 34 inch/29 0z $65.00

Gene D. Riddlebaugh
Ohio Silverado #22
Oct. 13, 2007
Stones 1B
Men's 55
52 posts

Sounds like fun there w/the Woodies...
but I guess the best bat would be the one you can feel most comfortable w/swinging.
I think Worth has some Wood bats that are used for the Game "Chicago", but best bat you got me there?
Things to consider...cost...Wt....looks? Heck Wodden bat-Wooden Bat.
Good Luck and Go Deep!
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