the best senior league bat the 2010 Anderson nanotek XS
In baseball, the ball is smaller and harder. You use a smaller sized bat than you do in softball. In softball, the ball is softer and bigger. The bat you use is bigger than the type of bat you use in baseball.
Generally the rules of the softball league will tell you which bats are able to be used. You may want to check those first. Other than that, yes a fast pitch bat can be used. There are a fe people on my co-ed league who do this and have had no problems for 3+ seasons witht he same bat.
a -7.5 Bat is used. they are also called Senior league bats
Well I can't really tell a difference in what my new senior bats say. I'm pretty sure they say the same thing except they probably say whether its used for senior, junior, or little league.
From my experience miken does not make a single wall bat although the maniac is an alloy it's still multi wall
If you are referring to the Bat I believe it was used for softball.
yes there is a difference because a major league baseball bat is wood and a girls are metal. also i minor leagues girls say softball and boys say baseball. once my friend was using a baseball bat and was hitting better. in softball you can not use a baseball bat! ---- never use a baseball bat in softball!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Most Senior League bats have a 2-3/4 inch barrel. In a league that uses Senior League bats, you should still be able to use a bat with a smaller barrel if needed.
Softball bats are designed to hit softballs. Hitting a baseball with a softball bat may damage the bat. Either hit a softball or get a baseball bat if you do not want to risk damaging your bat.
You would need a softball bat in combat if there is no other weapon available. A softball bat is useful in combat because of the length of the bat and the hardness of the bat.
like dude the best bat ever to be used
The national league "Senior League" refers to the youth league after "Little League" but before High School. Senior League players are usually between the ages of 13-15 and/or grades 7-9. Most Senior Leagues allow bats larger than the 2.25" Little League approved bat diameter, and bats can be lighter than the High School -3 minimum weight/length, but the bat weight ratio limits vary with the specific senior league organization. For example, Catholic Youth Athletic Association limits grade 7-8 bats to -7 weight ratio (no lighter). So, be careful when shopping for a "Senior League" bat as the rules for different organizations are less consistent than they are for the 9-12 year olds that usually follow Little League rules.
Senior league baseball bats are big barrel bats. There Barrels are at least an inch larger than a regular little league baseball bat and are recommended for travel baseball.
Well in my league, the coach has a batting line-up and its just a list of the players in order that you are going to bat so basically, just bat when it gets to your turn.
Air. A softball bat is an empty cylinder.
Don't do it, it will no longer pass league inspection.
A softball bat has a fatter barrel tot he bat, as well as a larger length-weight differential. Also, the length of the barrel is longer on a softball bat, as it starts lower on the bat. No they cannot be used in different leagues since softball bats have the larger length-weight differential (maximum in Major League Baseball is -3) and the barrel is too large (standard barrel is 2 3/4 ")AnswerBaseball bat barrels are usually fatter in diameter, heavier and have adifferent COR value (this determines the speed the ball rebounds off the bat) the balls rebound is slower for a softball bat.
Catalyst for leagues that allow 2 3/4"
I guess they are more heavier than softball bats
to hit a softball.
completely! a softball is less hard than a baseball but a baseball bat will not harm the softball in any way
Combat baseball bats can cost anywhere from $70 for a junior bat to $270 for a Senior League baseball bat. They can be purchased at the Amazon online store.
its the weight of the bat the heavier the bat the further the ball will go the same in fast pitch softball
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.