Questions and Answers for Easton B1.0 Slow Pitch Softball Bat: SP14B1
I see this bat does not have the ASA stamp. Does this mean it does not meet their safety standards?
You're correct in that this 2014 Easton B1.0 Slow Pitch Softball Bat (SP14B1) will not feature an ASA performance certification mark. Typically, neither ASA or USSSA leagues will allow bats only certified for the other organization to be used (ie an ASA league typically won't let you use a bat only certified for USSSA and not ASA). We don't have a lot of insight into the certification process, so I regrettably couldn't say exactly why the B1.0 doesn't also feature an ASA stamp. The B3.0 would be the same kind of design but certified for ASA play.
How does this bat handle with the 52 core 275 balls?
The 2014 Easton B1.0 Slow Pitch Softball Bat (SP14B1) is USSSA certified making it perfect for that style of ball.
I am a smaller guy at 5' 6" 140 lbs. I'm a spray line drive hitter with occasional power. Would this be a good bat for me? If so, would I go with a 26 or 27 oz. bat? Thank you.
The 2014 Easton B1.0 Slow Pitch Softball Bat (SP14B1) would be perfect. The swing weight will be very balanced and have a light weight feel. At your size, I would get the 26 oz. model to keep your bat speeds very high.
Would this be a good bat for USSSA Classic M balls which are .40 core 325 compression?
The 2014 Easton B1.0 Slow Pitch Softball Bat (SP14B1) features USSSA certification meaning that it is good for use with both the Classic M and Classic M Plus balls used in USSSA play.
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