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Discussion: x=rock 40 core softball

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April 9, 2010
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x=rock 40 core softball
How do you identify a 40 core x-rock, since it's not marked on the ball?
April 9, 2010
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The ball is marked classic m. USSSA decided years ago to take the cor and compression off of the softball. 1 of the main reasons was to limit the info on the ball for all of the so called experts in the game. The new .52/275 ball is marked classic plus.
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