2014 Worth Sick 454 Fastpitch Softball Bat: FPSIC9
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What is the break-in period for this bat?
We recommend 150-200 swings off a tee or soft toss to break in your composite bat. Begin by swinging at about 50% power and increase your bat speed as you go, making sure to rotate the barrel a 1/4" after each swing to ensure complete barrel coverage for the 2014 Worth Sick 454 Fastpitch Softball Bat (FPSIC9).
Is the Worth 454 and Worth Sick better than the Xeno?
The 2014 Worth Sick 454: FPSIC9 Fastpitch and the 2013 Worth 454 Legit: FPL49 Fastpitch are one-piece composite bats, which will have a stiffer feel than the 2014 Louisville Slugger Xeno: FPXN14-R9 Fastpitch. The one-piece design is typically preferred by power hitters. The two-piece composite design of the Xeno is preferred by contact hitters, as it will provide a flex that will help to create a whip effect through the zone, ultimately helping to generate a little more bat speed. Performance-wise, they are all three great options that will push the 1.20 BPF.
Hi there, Can you tell me what bat you believe preforms better between this and the 2013 WORTH SB4JHU 454 JEFF HALL 0.5 RELOAD, I cant seem to find reviews on the 2014 one So your honest opinion would be appreciated Thanks
The Worth Sick 454 is a -9 drop fastpitch model. The Worth 454 Jeff Hall Reload is designed for slow pitch. Both are very high performing models for it's own type of play.
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