Ka Bam! Composite bats are great! They make the ball jump off the bat and go far...
A fastpitch bat is typically used in a game of fast pitch softball. The bats usually come in composite and aluminum styles. Louisville Slugger makes some fastpitch bats.
it depends all of the bats are different
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You may be wondering what the difference is among a slowpitch softball bat, a fastpitch softball bat and a regular baseball bat. The difference is in the technology of designing the bat. The length, weight and barrel diameter, among other features, are the main differences. Manufacturers have determined the size and weight that are optimal for hitting a slowpitch softball versus fastpitch, and have designed them accordingly.softballpickles .com
Yes you can.
Any good sports retailer store or website will sell Fastpitch softball bats. This includes stores such as JJB Sports and Sports Direct. They can also be purchased from general online stores such as Amazon.
No. It is very rare to use anything but a composite bat.
Yes, bleach will completely ruin your bat.
see if its breathing
I would say a Rocket-Tech--2007 Model. It is very top heavy tho!It depends - are you a slapper, a power hitter, do you have slow bat speed or fast bat speed. The answers may be balanced, end-loaded, light drops (-11, -12). There is a great site - www.thecoachreviews.com - that reviews the Best Fastpitch Softball Bats. It also provides reviews from Players, Coaches and Parents. Also provides Top Rankings of Fastpitch Bats in several categories - Slappers, Power Hitters, Balanced, End-Loaded, Team Bats (8U, 10U, 12U), Composite and Non-Composites. Also, info on selection and care of Fastpitch Softball Bats: www.thecoachreviews.comRead more: What_is_best_fastpitch_softball_bat
Remember there are different weights of the balls. Slow pitch, fastpitch and dimpled batting cage balls all have different weights. With any composite bat used in the batting cages aren't reccumended. It may create a mild dent in your bat. If you have a fastpitch composite bat, DO NOT USE IN THE BATTING CAGES WITH THE DIMPLED BALLS.