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Product Review of the DeMarini 2015 Stadium CL22 Slowpitch Bat

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If power is what you want, then power is what you will get with this bat. A lot of times it’s difficult to tell whether a bat truly is powerful, or if the manufacturer just advertises it as such in order to sell the bat. Slowpitch softball is all about power, so it’s definitely attractive when you hear that this could be the most powerful bat on the market.

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Product Review for the Louisville Slugger LXT Plus Fastpitch Softball Bat

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A lot of youth fastpitch softball players, parents and coaches don’t know what a quality bat is supposed to feel like when it makes contact with the ball. Cheaper bats can give negative feedback with vibrations, and some bats may not be balanced properly, which can make them more difficult to swing. When you have the Louisville Slugger LXT Plus Fastpitch Softball Bat in your hands, you will know exactly what a fastpitch softball bat is supposed to feel like.

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Louisville Slugger SBHZ16S Slowpitch Hyper Z Senior Softball Bat Review

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Sometimes you need a bat that isn’t loaded with power. Powerful slowpitch softball bats are great if you have the physical strength to hit the ball out of the park. Otherwise, you may just end up flying out more often than not. With the Louisville Slugger SBHZ16S Slowpitch Hyper Z Senior Softball Bat, you won’t have as much extra power due to the bat, but you’ll still have enough pop to get your base hits.

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Louisville Slugger 2015 125 Ash Slow Pitch Wood Softball Bat Product Review

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It’s hard to find players using a wooden bat in the modern era of softball that demands power most of the time. Aluminum bats are definitely more popular because of the advanced technology and innovation that goes into them. However, there is a small population of players that still like to use a wooden bat for a few reasons.

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Best Review for the Louisville Slugger SBSN15U Sonic Softball Bat

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Serious slowpitch softball players know the difference between a poor bat, an average bat and a good bat. This one is on the border between being average and good. It’s a perfect bat for people who want to buy a mid-range bat for the team, or if they just want to increase their personal skills a little bit. The Louisville Slugger SBSN15U Sonic Softball Bat isn’t the highest quality bat available today, but you will definitely see improvements in your game if you invest in it!

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Worth Mayhem Wood Maple/Bamboo Slowpitch Softball Bat Review

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Wooden bats definitely aren’t the most popular option when it comes to slowpitch softball, but they do have some benefits. The main reason why people don’t like to use them is because they don’t have a lot of power. Manufacturers can’t add much technology or innovation to wood, so the only choices you really have are the types of wood that the bats are made from.

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Product Review for the 2015 Louisville Slugger Vapor Slowpitch Softball Bat

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Normally when you see a slowpitch softball bat for an inexpensive price, you have to question the quality and durability of it. That’s not the case when it comes to the 2015 Louisville Slugger Vapor Slowpitch Softball Bat, however. Louisville Slugger is known for being one of the best manufacturers of bats, regardless of the league, and this bat is no exception.

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Miken Freak Stadium Edition Slowpitch Softball Bat

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The importance of finding a quality softball bat can’t be understated, and most slowpitch softball players understand that. With so many options out there, it can be difficult to narrow them down, especially if you don’t have the opportunity to test out different brands and models. Sometimes you have to just go with a bat that’s a little different than the rest and take your chances that it will be the right one for you.

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DeMarini 2015 Flipper Aftermath OG Slowpitch Bat Product Review

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Serious slowpitch softball players know that the bat you use is one of the most important components of being a good hitter. If you are a physically strong person, but don’t have a bat that will enhance your strength, then you will become frustrated and only have warning track power at the most. But once you have a bat in your hands that will give you some pop, you’ll be taking your game to the next level.

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Best Review for the Miken DC 41 Supermax Two Piece Slowpitch Softball Bat

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When Miken and Denny Crine, the famous Long Haul Bomber champion, got together to create an innovative bat that would dominate the market, their result ended up being one of the most popular bats around. They released the Miken DC 41 Supermax Two Piece Slowpitch Softball Bat, which was the first two-piece DC-41 bat. Many people didn’t buy into the hype, but once the word started getting around, they realized that the hype was real.

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DeMarini Female 2015 Vendetta Fastpitch Bat

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Any serious youth fastpitch softball player would take their game to new heights if they could swing this bat every time they stepped in the batter’s box. The DeMarini Female 2015 Vendetta Fastpitch Bat is one of the best bats in the fastpitch softball industry, and this particular bat tops the charts for the respected DeMarini brand.

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Product Review for the 2016 Easton FP16S312 FS3 Fastpitch Softball Bat

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If you have a daughter that is really enjoying playing fastpitch softball, then you owe it to her to buy her this bat. The 2016 Easton FP16S312 FS3 Fastpitch Softball Bat is one of the best bats on the market and it is designed for softball players that are ready to take their game to the next level.

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Best Review for the DeMarini CF7 Fastpitch Softball Bat

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A lot of parents like to ease their children into the game of softball to make sure they will take on a sustained interest before they invest in equipment. The DeMarini CF7 Fastpitch Softball Bat is one of those bats that will elevate fastpitch softball players’ games to the next level. If you determine that your child will be interested in playing the game for many years, then you owe it to yourself and to them to invest in this great bat!

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Louisville Slugger Xeno Plus Fastpitch Softball Bat

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When you don’t have a lot of time to waste breaking in a new bat, you have to turn to the Louisville Slugger Xeno Plus Fastpitch Softball Bat. The Louisville Slugger brand has consistently been regarded as the number one brand in youth baseball and softballs bats, but this line truly takes it to a different level.

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Wilson DeMarini 2016 CF8 Fastpitch Bat Product Review

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Experienced fastpitch softball players that are looking for a little extra power need a quality bat to help them out. Your own skills and physical strength can only take you so far before you need new technology to help take your game to the next level. That’s where the Wilson DeMarini 2016 CF8 Fastpitch Bat comes into the equation.

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DeMarini 2014 Bustos WTDXBFP Fastpitch Softball Bat

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A competitive softball player deserves to have a bat that can take their skill set to the next level. This is especially true for youth fastpitch softball players that still have a lot of room to improve. If your child falls into that category, then you need to strongly consider buying her the DeMarini 2014 Bustos WTDXBFP Fastpitch Softball Bat.

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What does drop weight mean?

How much does your bat weigh? It may sound like a simple question, but what bat you should choose isn’t as simple case of just looking at the amount of ounces that it has. While it’s clear to all that a bat will have its actual weight, there is an equally important factor to consider and that is the softball bat’s drop weight, especially for developing young players.

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What does BPF on a softball bat stand for?

With wooden bats, what you see is what you get and its performance is solely down to the natural characteristics of the wood, and can’t be artificially altered to improve performance. The same can’t be said for other bats however, and the performance off the bat is something that has to be regulated. In order to do this a test had to be created to measure the improvement that was given to the velocity of the ball from other types of bat and this became known as the ‘Bat Performance Factor’, or BPF for short.

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Lighter or heavier softball bat?

How heavy your bat should be is one of the considerations that comes into play where personal pride can get in the way of making the right choice. There is a tendency to want to have the heaviest bat possible in order to show off and make yourself look more powerful. I’m fairly sure however it’ll be better to show off with more hits than being able to swing a heavy bat, you have to find the one that’s right for you.

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