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Questions and Answers for 2014 Worth Sick 454 Resmondo Max Endload USSSA Slow Pitch Softball Bat: SBSKRU
How does this bat hit 52/275 balls?
Yes, the 2014 Worth Sick 454 Resmondo Max Endload USSSA (SBSKRU) is designed to hit the new USSSA, 0.52 COR/275 compression balls.
I am a female slow pitch softball player playing in a USSSA league. I have used the Miken Turbo Freak 34" 28 oz. for almost 5 years and I am looking for a new hot bat. I am considering going down to a 26 oz and also considering an end load. I am right handed and mostly hit single liners up the middle or to RF. I am interested in a bat that will give me more pop and help make some of those liners into doubles. Any suggestions for me?
The 2014 Worth Sick 454 Resmondo Max Endload USSSA (SBSKRU) wold be a great choice. It uses Worth's top of the line composite materials for outstanding performance. The Resmondo has a full one ounce end load and recommended for a power hitter. We recommend moving down to a 27" or 26 oz. end loaded bat.
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