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Discussion: Now that\'s a bat of another color !!

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Oct. 30, 2007
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Now that's a bat of another color !!
Can someone please help our poor and confused league leaders at Sun Lakes in Arizona. They have banned the U2 but will allow the Launch 510. They have banned the yellow Rip It but will allow the Combat senior. We have played the last few years with ASA bats because many of the league players/ are rec level at best and catching a U2 missile is over their skill level.
Can you also tell our well intended leaders that a USSSA 1.20 is not the same as a senior 1.20. Many of us feel that lower skill rec players (like me) do not want to be on receiving end of a U2/510/Combat senior bat and that ASA or USSSA bats are much safer. Let the tournament players use those U2 bats and let us play with a safe piece of mind.
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