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Discussion: miken freak legal in spa?

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March 7, 2004
48 posts
miken freak legal in spa?
is the miken freak leagal in spa plus how does the synergy2 compare to it thanks
March 7, 2004
Men's 65
3146 posts
I can answer the first part of your question. No, the Freak hasn't been submitted for testing as of yet, so it isn't on the approved list.
March 7, 2004
11 posts
If it has'nt been tested it should'nt be leagle anywhere! Should it?
March 8, 2004
Men's 65
3146 posts
Maybe Walk will explain this. My take is that each association has their own "tests" that a bat must pass to be approved. I think there is also a "fee" involved. If you would like to see more discussions on this you may want to check out
March 8, 2004
Men's 50
535 posts
On Feb. 28th, I had the pleasure to talk to Ridge, @ Lorinzi Park in Las Vegas. Ridge, myself, & several other LVSSA members discussed SENIOR SOFTBALL. RIDGE, informed me that MIKEN, had not sent testy results to SPA. I may be wrong, but, I believe that SPA is waiting on MIKEN to sent test results on their MIKEN FREAK to NSA . Ridge, had just traveled 5,000 miles in 6 weeks, inwhich Ridge had been promoting SENIOR SOFTBALL.
RIDGE, Thanks for bring 3 events to L. V. this year.
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