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All I've ever played is ASA and the only league offered in Hampton VA is NSA that I know of ...




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Old 02-23-2014, 03:45 PM   #1 (permalink)
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All I've ever played is ASA and the only league offered in Hampton VA is NSA that I know of any tips or hints about bats and different rules would be greatly appreciated




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Nsa has lower arcs on pitches & bat wise just about anything goes with the exception of the new asa bats
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NSA allows courtesy runners, pitch from 53' (ASA is 50'), both have 6-10 arc.
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You can swing awesome cheaper bats!
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You can swing awesome cheaper bats!
Haha that's no lies. I can pick up old stamp Combats for a dime a dozen and have a ton of good sticks.
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no Senior bats in NSA unless your in the Sr. league and yeah just about any bat goes for tournaments they want newer stamped bats tho 2012.
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Originally Posted by LSX Freak View Post
Haha that's no lies. I can pick up old stamp Combats for a dime a dozen and have a ton of good sticks.
Oggv + 44/400 = see ya
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Oggv + 44/400 = see ya
OGGV is where it's at. I'm a huge fan of the Plague and OGGS too. Both hand cannons, especially hitting 44/400's.
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Oh yes. I remember the first time we broke out the gv. .. people were stunned. Never heard of combat or seen a bat like that. We had a 3 game night. 1st game, 1st swing out of wrapper, seed to the fence. With our leadoff batter. By the 4th swing (my turn) ball went a crisp 330. Bu the end of the game we scored 30some runs and put about 50 swings on it. 2nd game we had a crowd. 3rd game we ran out of hrs in the 1st inning. And had people begging to buy that bat off me. Epic.
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Definitely one of the biggest sleepers when it comes to bats.
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