Questions and Answers for 2013 Worth 454 Legit: FPL49 Fastpitch
Is this bat really made poorly? My daughter used one at her college practice and said she hit bombs with it. She's never used a Worth. Is this bat worth the purchase?
The 2013 Worth 454 Legit: FPL49 Fastpitch bat would be a great choice. It will be a one-piece fully composite bat design. It will have a very balanced swing weight and provide Worth's 454 Technology to enhance the sweet spot by 2" in both directions!
I'm 5'0", 105 lbs. what weight would best suit me, the 24 or 25 oz?
I'd recommend the 33" 24 oz. 2013 Worth 454 Legit: FPL49 Fastpitch.
Is there a break in period for this bat?
Yes, I recommend about 150-200 soft toss hits. Give the 2013 Worth 454 Legit: FPL49 Fastpitch a one quarter turn rotation with each hit for an even break in.
What is the difference between an end loaded bat and a balanced bat? The Anderson RocketTech is an example of what type of bat?
Both the 2013 Worth 454 Legit: FPL49 Fastpitch and the Anderson RockeTech FP: KRKTFP Fastpitch are balanced bats, though the RockeTech is slightly more end loaded. Balanced bats have their weight evenly distributed along the entire length of the bat, while end loaded bats have a small portion of their weight focused towards the end of the barrel.
Is this bat end loaded or balanced? Would I be able to use this bat in USSSA slow pitch, even if it is a fastpitch bat?
The 2013 Worth 454 Legit is a balanced bat. You would be able to use this bat in USSSA slow pitch leagues, even though it is a fastpitch model. It does have the new USSSA stamp.
Do you think this bat is good?
If you are looking for a bat that is a one-piece composite with a balanced swing weight the 2013 Worth 454 Legit: FPL49 is a good bat.
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