Questions and Answers for 2014 Mizuno Whiteout: MZWOFP -12.5 Fastpitch
My 7 yr old is playing travel ball and we are looking to buy her a bat. She has been swinging a Easton 30 length 20oz what size do you recommend?
Sizing for any bat, including the 2014 Mizuno Whiteout (MZWOFP), is based off a player's height and weight. For more information on sizing, check out our Bat Coach: http://www.softballbats.com/bat-coach/
How will this compare the Demarini CF6? My daughter has the 2014 CF6 28" 17 oz. but it seems a little heavy for her still being 8 years old. Will this bat still have a lot of pop since its so light or would you suggest something else?
The 2014 Mizuno Whiteout (MZWOFP) is a lighter bat, and would be a better option for a younger player. The 28" 15.5 oz. is a great size and will still have great pop.
My 8 year old daughter is 48" and weighs about 54 lbs. For the cost of the bat I want something she is going to be able to use for more than one season. Would you recommend the 28" or the 29" bat? She did have a 28" - 15 oz. Easton Alpha bat that dented after a winter in the batting cage but was getting good swings off of it. Thanks.
The 2014 Mizuno Whiteout (MZWOFP) is a very high performing composite bat. We would recommend the 29" 16.5 oz. Whiteout if you want a bat for her to grown into. We do not recommend using the Whiteout in a batting cage.
I'm a 17 year old power hitter, is this a good bat to use?
The 2014 Mizuno Whiteout: MZWOFP -12.5 Fastpitch bat is a lighter weight model and generally not preferred by a power hitter.
My little one is 4'3" 60lbs. She is a contact hitter, will the 28" 15.5oz be a good choice for her?
Yes, the 28" bat length would be recommended for your daughter on the 2014 Mizuno Whiteout: MZWOFP -12.5 Fastpitch bat.
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