The miken mv1 is NOT ASA approved. If you are looking for any ASA bat I would try the miken super freak 98. Oh and try Kelly's ultimate sports. They always have good deals. Just give them a call. When you talk to them they give you a better deal then online. Thanks Nick
Go with the Easton Salvo or The Demarini J2 Flyswatter. Awsome Bats.
I don't know what the "legal" umpire answer would be, but I do know that fastpitch bats are made lighter so they can be swung quicker. It seems like you would want to use a slowpitch bat in slowpitch for the extra power you would get from the extra weight of the bat. There is no rule against it as long as the bat is an approved bat in the league you are playing in, i.e. ASA, USSSA, ISA, NSA.
It is a senior bat and is to hot for asa.
An approved bat is a bat that has been tested and is approved by ASA. ASA stands for the Amateur Softball Association. Bats that are approved will have a stamp towards the cap of the bat that looks like home plate and it will have a year in it.
All bats must bear the ASA approved certification mark and must not be listed onan ASA Banned Bat list unless it bears the ASA approved re-certification mark; orb. Must be included on a list of approved bat models published by ASA; orc. Must be in the sole opinion and discretion of the umpire, have been manufacturedprior to 2000 and, if tested, would comply with the ASA bat performance standardsthen in effect.d. Safety grip or cork, tape (no smooth plastic tape) or composition material, may notexceed two layers of tape and must be continuously spiral. Any resin or pine tar ispermissible on this part of the bat. Tape must be at least 10 inches long and not morethan 15 inches.
No, the 120 is what makes in only USSSA ISA NSA approved. You can almost always find the same model bat you are looking for. In this case the new Jeff Hall Worth Mayhem Reload, in the the 98 form. ASA only accepts 98's or lower.
For slow pitch softball, the mound is 50 feet from home plate for men, women, and girls. For boys under 18 it's 43 feet, and for boys under 15 it's 46 feet.
This depends on the league or sanctioning rules. NSA and ASA have approved bat lists on their sites.
According to the IHSAA website, Any bat containing holes in the taper is not approved for NFHS play. These bats might not be listed on the ASA non-approved bat list. In other words, in high school ball-no, however ASA hasn't deemed them illegal yet-and until they do, they are legal. I'm not sure about NSA.
yes, I am Asa