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Oct. 14, 2019
549 posts
Dudley ZN 52/300 ball
Since upper division teams are slowly leaving our league to go to the middle division we are contemplating playing inter-league games with another daytime league. We played them last season on trial basis and the competition was on a par. When we played at their fields we used their ball, a 52/300 which was a total turd.
This season they say they are changing to the Dudley ZN 52/300 which they claim is a much better ball.

QUESTION: Has anyone got any comments, experiences or reviews on that ball or what bat you're hitting it with?
Oct. 14, 2019
Men's 50
1 posts
IMO senior bats and 52/300 are not a good mix. We tried it at the Senior Games in Eagan, MN under advisement from the Senior Games officials. Never again for me.
Oct. 15, 2019
mad dog
Men's 65
4184 posts
what problem with senior bats with this ball.....aren't they the hottest bats the way senior bats are just bats that are made at the old ASA constraints.....we have been playing with the 52 ball for at least 5 yrs now in both our open and senior league's....the hr hitters still hit their hr' what is the problem....oh they don't go 400' ...oh well....fences are basically 300'.....we use the tattoo ball....
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