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Questions and Answers for 2015 Worth Sick 454 Resmondo Max Endload ASA Slow Pitch Softball Bat: SBSRA
Wondering how this will fare against the 52 core balls? Recently purchased it, not realizing they switched to the 52. I'm trying to figure out if that's a good or bad thing for this bat. Seems very stiff.
This 2015 Worth Sick 454 Resmondo Max Endload ASA: SBSRA Slow Pitch Softball Bat, and all bats that feature the newest ASA performance certification mark, are actually designed to hit the .52 COR, 300 Compression softballs. You will hit the .52 COR softballs very well with this bat, and it should hold up well in regards to durability.
Does this bat work good for the new ASA .52 core balls?
The 2014 Worth Sick 454 Resmondo Max Endload ASA: (SBSRA) is designed to be used with the new .52 core balls. It is very high performing and durable.
Is this considered the 2014 or 2015 model. I've seen the same model listed as 2015 on other websites and was just curious. Thanks.
The 2014 Worth Sick 454 Resmondo Max Endload ASA (SBSRA Slow Pitch Softball Bat) will be a 2014 edition from Worth.
How will this fare against .44 core balls?
The 2014 Worth Sick 454 Resmondo Max Endload ASA (SBSRA) Slow Pitch Softball Bat would do well with the .44 COR balls but the harder .44 COR balls will compromise the durability of the bat. The best bats to hit with and hold their durability would be the bats with the older stamps and markings.
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