2014 Rawlings 5150 VELO: SLV5 Senior League
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What is the difference between the 2013 and 2014 Rawlings VELO -5?
The only big difference between the 2014 Rawlings 5150 VELO: SLV5 Senior League and the 2013 model is the end cap. The 2014 features a Speedcap end cap, where as, the 2013 had a Comp-Lite end cap. Other than that the only other differences will be cosmetic.
Should I get this bat, the new Rip-It Air -5, or the new Demarini VooDoo -5?
The 2014 Rawlings 5150 is a one-piece alloy design, with a balanced swing weight. The Rip-It Air is also a balanced one-piece alloy bat. The DeMarini VooDoo will have an end load feel and is a two-piece hybrid design.
Will the 2014 VELO have the same sound as the 2013 version?
Both the 2014 Rawlings 5150 VELO: SLV5 Senior League and the 2013 Rawlings VELO: SLVEL5 Senior League have 5150 Alloy which will give it a similar sound.
Is it going to come in a drop 3? Is this for a power or a contact hitter?
The 2014 Rawlings VELO BBCOR: BBV3 Adult should be released within the next few weeks. The VELO is one of the lightest swinging bats on the market and is best suited for contact hitters.
Does the 2014 Velo come in -8?
No, Rawlings will not have the 5150 Velo available in a -8 drop.
When will you receive a 30" 25 oz. model in this bat? How much lighter does this bat feel compared to the Easton XL3?
The 2014 Rawlings 5150 VELO: SLV5 Senior League will be available in a 30" 25 oz. in about 2-4 weeks as we receive more in from Rawlings. It will feel much more evenly balanced compared to the Easton XL3's barrel heavy, end loaded feel.
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