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Discussion: good wood, bad game

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Dec. 27, 2009
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good wood, bad game
I played in a fun game with wood bats. The fences at this park are 250 and even some of the young guys could not hit it out. We even used a 47/525 ball but to no avail. Using wood bats changed the game for the worse IMO and I would never want to play in a wood league full time.
Dec. 29, 2009
Men's 60
873 posts
Maybe all this discussion about bats and balls is a mind set. We have been spoiled by the more tech equipment.
I have to admit (dont tell Einstein) I do enjoy hitting the senior bats. But theres something about hitting a wooden stick that takes me back. When I play league I will occasionally break out my Worth Thumper, just to remind myself where it started. The feel of a 44oz piece of wood has no equal.
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