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Softball Question

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Just saw these blem bats from close out bats for $120 and ordered one. Has anybody used this bat, my buddy has an 07 Stealth and he hits bombs with it, this is an 06

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Havn't seen that bat in particular. A few years ago I bought a paint blem bat (easton synergy) from the same company and it still rocks!

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synergy blah blah blah 150 hits DEAD

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Superduty - My 05 Demarini F-2 I bought from these guys 2 years ago and I couldn't even see the blem in the paint and it's still got good pop.

I always wanted to try an Easton besides I wasn't gonna shell out for a new 08 Extended there crap from what I have read.

Guys using Extended's as team bats are starting to see the wear and tear on these bats especially when they use it as a team bat. My buddy had a new one last season and he plays three days a week plus tournies 6 a year and one of the league teams they used his bat 80% of the time. Well it's tailing down to the end of season 2 with that bat and she's dying a slow death.

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I use a 3-5 year old synergy ASA......black with white lettering and red outline.......this bat has alot of pop and has since out of the wrapper......I personally have 200+ cuts on this bat plus it was the only bat on a team for a few leagues.....EASTON ALL THE WAY.......mikens are cheater bats!!!!

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mikens are cheater bats!!!!


I'd have to say that any non single wall bat or composite is a cheater bat. But that's just me.

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Had a rec league game tonight at 5 p.m. and had to jet to our Floyd League after for a 6:15 p.m. start. The stealth was everything as advertized smoked two line drive base hits with it in a 4 for 4 game against the opposers that was an 8-4 win against and undefeated team in the early game.

Rolled to our 6:15 game in our competitive league and brought the F-2 out and went for 4-6 with 3 bi's en route to a 25-15 win. The stealh will be my base hit bat when the outfield is lacking speed and the F-2 I'll use against the rest. A couple of guys used my Stealth tonight and gapped a couple of hits. My F-2 has more pop but when there playing you back you can drop those 375 .44 comp right over the infielders head with Stealth. That ting sound is pretty sweet when you connect miss that sound from years gone by. Call me old school but at 43 playing with a bunch of 20 year olds it's nice that the old man can still hang...

Wrapped up the regular season title tonight with an 8-2 record and have the number 1 seed for the post season. Been with this team for 5 years and never won the regular season outright so it's pretty cool. Well we have a couple of position rounds and the we start the playoffs. In the second game we sent 11 guys to the plate in the 3rd before we made our first out, that was awesome..

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