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2018 Easton Fastpitch Bats Reviews

Posted on May 7, 2018
2018 Easton Fastpitch Bats  Reviews Easton has been making wooden bats since 1969. They have been technology leaders in bat making for their entire history with the sport. The company was one of the first to produce aluminum bats, and their aluminum alloys helped to define the genre as it developed. They were the first to create two part bats, which drastically reduce the feedback to a hitter’s hands on contact. They also created the

2018 Easton Slowpitch Bats Reviews

Posted on May 7, 2018
2018 Easton Slowpitch Softball Bats Reviews There is nothing like a fun game of slowpitch softball during the warm summer months. However, did you know that slowpitch softball players use bats specifically designed for the way the pitchers throw the ball? Unlike traditional softball or baseball games where balls are usually thrown fast, slowpitch softballs are usually thrown much slower in an arch. To accommodate slowpitch softballs, many bat brands have managed to make a

2018 Easton Baseball Bats Review

Posted on May 7, 2018
2018 Easton Baseball Bats Review Our picks for Easton’s best baseball bats for 2018 include the Ghost X, the Ghost X Hyperlite, the Beast X Hybrid, and the Beast X, and the Beast X Hyperlite. Ghost X: Starting at the top of the lineup, the Ghost X line is offered in a variety of sizes for USA, USSSA and BBCOR play. All of the bats in the ghost X line up are using Easton’s new

2018 Easton Hardball Bats Reviews

Posted on May 7, 2018
Best 2018 Easton Baseball Bats Reviews Easton has been making baseball bats for 49 years. They have been an innovator throughout their history. The company has long been a favorite for youth and school-age ballplayers. Looking at Easton’s new baseball bats for 2018 shows that innovation is still happening at the company and they continue to improve the materials and technology of their bats. Easton’s most advanced bats are the Ghost X and the Beast
The History of Slow Pitch Softball Reviews   The earliest known softball game was played in Chicago, Illinois on Thanksgiving Day, 1887. It took place at the Farragut Boat Club at a gathering to hear the outcome of the Yale University and Harvard University football game.When the score was announced and bets were settled, a Yale alumnus threw a boxing glove at a Harvard supporter. The Harvard fan grabbed a stick and swung at the rolled up glove. George Hancock called out “Play

Fastpitch Softball Bats Review

Posted on April 20, 2018
Fastpitch Softball Bats Review   Prior to diving into the review of good fastpitch softball bats, it’s crucial to make out the main kinds of bats, as there is a multitude of them. For a start, softball and baseball bats are different. By visual comparison baseball bats are definitely shorter and fatter than softball ones. When you lift both, you inevitably understand that baseball bats are heavy-weight. So bear in mind – softball bats are

Senior Softball Bats Review

Posted on April 20, 2018
Senior Softball Bats Review   If you are looking for a good senior softball bat, you may be quickly lost in the fray of the available options. Some years back the choice wasn’t as wide as it is now. So when it comes to the purchase of a decent bat, the task turns out to be a real challenge. Because it’s important to keep in mind a lot of things: your playing style, individual preferences,

Slowpitch Softball Bats Review

Posted on April 20, 2018
Slowpitch Softball Bats Review Who doesn’t enjoy a rousing game of slowpitch softball? However, did you know that slowpitch softball requires a different type of bat than regular softball? It’s true. Because pitches in slowpitch softball are thrown much lower and at more of an arch than a traditional fastball or curveball, batters in slowpitch softball leagues know that to hit the ball well, their bats must have certain qualities that aren’t exactly as important