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Discussion: Non-senior bats

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April 13
Men's 70
31 posts
I'm sure this topic has probably been discussed before, but we have a 50+ YMCA Rec league up here in Cleveland that uses a dead ball and has outlawed all senior bats. I currently use a 4 year old DeMarini bat, but any suggestions out there on a decent non-senior bat to use?
April 13

86 posts
Try the Miken Ultra 750. That seems to be an okay ASA bat.
April 13
Men's 70
516 posts
I have a well broken-in Louisville Z3000 with a U-Trip stamp that is almost as hot as my senior bats.

April 13

32 posts
If you like DeMarini they make a model called the Flipper/ Miken model Dc41/Worth- Resmondo/ Easton- Helmer/Combat- Assault are some of my favorites.
April 13
Men's 60
75 posts
Combat has a dual stamp ASA/USSSA bat called the "Rocket Launcher". Don't be confused with the Senior Rocket Launcher, this bat is white. Works well with 52/300 or 44/375 balls. I use mine when I play against the kids. It's pretty darn Hott. Sold by Kelly's Ultimate Sports.
April 13

21 posts
If you can find the older Rip It "Reaper" (black)bat you won't be disappointed. It crushes the "mush" balls and is an ASA bat. Although I don't play ASA anymore, I just recently cracked mine doing something foolish.
April 14

32 posts
Going old school with the Rip it good bat, how about the Easton Stealth series sweet bats, I see the young guys still hitting some off those during the week.
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