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Questions and Answers for 2014 Easton L4.0 Brett Helmer Pro Model: SP13L4 Slow Pitch
I used both the Easton Brett Helmer and the Worth Resmondo in a fall league this year. Both bats were 28 oz. I am 6'4" and 190 lbs. with good bat speed. Would I benefit more going to a 30 oz bat?
If the 30 oz is going to slow your bat speed down at all, then I would recommend just sticking with the 28 oz. If you can swing a 30 oz with the same bat speed as a 28 oz, then you would be able to benefit from the extra weight of the 30 oz.
The ASA stamp nowhere to be found. I looked over every inch of this bat, no ASA stamp anywhere. You said it was on the taper of the bat. I don't see it. Any chance you could send me a picture of where it is on one of these bats you have in stock?
The picture of the 2014 Easton L4.0 Brett Helmer Pro Model: SP13L4 Slow Pitch can be found on our website. Here is the link for you: http://www.justbats.com/product/2014-easton-l4-0-brett-helmer-pro-model--sp13l4-slow-pitch/16989/
Where is the Asa stamp? I tried to use it tonight for the first time and ump said no way without the stamp. I don't see it anywhere.
The 2014 Easton L4.0 Brett Helmer model features the ASA and ISF stamp on the taper of the bat.
What is the difference between this one and the Easton L6.0. I saw this for 100 bucks more?
The Easton L4.0 has a higher quality composite in the handle than the Easton L6.0.
Can this bat be used with 44/375 balls?
The 2014 Easton L4.0 Brett Helmer Pro Model: SP13L4 Slow Pitch bat carries the new ASA certification mark, so it is designed to hit the .52/300 softballs. This bat will hit .44 COR softballs well, but its durability will be severely compromised.
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