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Discussion: Old official softball bats

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Sept. 14
Oxnard

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I have an old official softball bat. It was completely legal back in about 1982 when I used it for about 25 years. I understand the concern about bats is that they not be too light or springy. This aluminum antique isn’t that, but it doesn’t have any official markings. Too many hits. :-)

Can I use this bat in official softball games?
Sept. 14
Nancy Allen
Men's 55
1438 posts
Oxnard, you may want to look under Bat Policy above.
Sept. 15
Fred S
Men's 85
297 posts
Depends on your league rules Not legal in Assoc (ASA, Utrip etc) but your local league my allow it,
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