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Discussion: Bats and equipment this weekend at St. George

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Sept. 15, 2020
351 posts
Bats and equipment this weekend at St. George
Happy to announce the MIKEN and Worth tent will be at the Canyons field on Thursday set up with everything you need to play. Look for me or my buddy Todd Cox there to answer your questions or get you what you need. We may move to another park on Friday so check the board for our schedule and come over and visit!

Alan Tanner
Team 1 Sports
Miken/Worth Pro Staff
Oct. 26, 2020
Men's 60
5 posts
Alan - I very comfortably swing a 2016 Ultra Fusion 30 oz balanced and often getting 280' distance. Working on my bat speed to get more distance and also looking for another Miken. Strongly considering the Jason Kendrick 2020 Ultra end load. In your opinion, would a 28 oz in that model swing heavy or based on my success with the old 30 oz, would it be about right? Hard to answer I know. I'm 6' 205, 67 yrs old.
Nov. 12, 2020
351 posts
It very well would add to your bat speed. It may take a couple of BP sessions to adjust but my bet is after 200 or so swings you will be very happy that you bought it.
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