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So I am getting into a league that uses the new USSSA bats and Classic M balls. I am pretty ...




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Old 07-15-2013, 09:40 AM   #1 (permalink)
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So I am getting into a league that uses the new USSSA bats and Classic M balls. I am pretty new to the softball scene, and was hoping I could get some bat recs. Thanks in advance




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If their not the M plus balls. Then I'd probably go metal (see my metal recommendation thread) in anything over 80 degrees. These balls are really garbage.

If it's under 80deg & composite wise:
I personally like the easton sp12sy100/100w for price, durability, & performance right now...but I like a heavier 1 piece stiff bat. A worth bj fulk is great for durability & all around performance at a pretty good price. Just till you get a better idea of what your comfortable swinging whether your a base hitter (usually swinging lighter balanced) or a power guy (usually heavier endload) and also whether you like a 2 piece or a 1 piece bat. My 2.5c
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If their not the M plus balls. Then I'd probably go metal (see my metal recommendation thread) in anything over 80 degrees. These balls are really garbage.

If it's under 80deg & composite wise:
I personally like the easton sp12sy100/100w for price, durability, & performance right now...but I like a heavier 1 piece stiff bat. A worth bj fulk is great for durability & all around performance at a pretty good price. Just till you get a better idea of what your comfortable swinging whether your a base hitter (usually swinging lighter balanced) or a power guy (usually heavier endload) and also whether you like a 2 piece or a 1 piece bat. My 2.5c
We are also allowed the hot dot plus balls, are they better?
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plus are better....m stamps in the heat are like hitting a wuffle ball.
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what is a hot bat out right now
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Old 07-16-2013, 05:24 PM   #6 (permalink)
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Personally I like the easton sp12, sp13 B2/L2, worth filthy 120, miken pyscho is pretty nasty, db427 is nasty but durabilty sucks, & i just noticed kellys has the MV1 for $149 which isn't bad at all we got a great 500 swings out of ours with mstamps & 44/400s

I like a stiff 1 piece heavier feel though.
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