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Louisville Slugger Assault Senior League Baseball Bat: SLAS14-RX

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Louisville Slugger Assault Senior League Baseball Bat: SLAS14-RX
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Questions and Answers for Louisville Slugger Assault Senior League Baseball Bat: SLAS14-RX

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Is this bat end loaded or balanced?

The Louisville Slugger Assault Senior League Baseball Bat (SLAS14-RX) features a balanced swing weight.

Tom Expert ·Apr 18, 2015

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Is this a big barrel bat?

The Louisville Slugger Assault Senior League Baseball Bat (SLAS14-RX) is a Youth Big Barrel bat with a 2 3/4" barrel diameter. This bat can be used by players who play in youth leagues that allow bats with barrels larger than 2 1/4" in diameter.

Chinyere Expert ·Apr 04, 2015

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My son is 10 years old, 5" and 85 lbs. His USSSA team has the Assault in a couple sizes. I am thinking about the 29" 19 oz. with 2 3/4". Would you consider this a good fit for his size? Any comparable bats to this?

Based on his height and weight, our Bat Coach actually recommends a 30" Louisville Slugger Assault Senior League Baseball Bat (SLAS14-RX). Sizing is preferential though, so if he would feel more comfortable going with a 29" 19 oz. model, that is definitely something to take into consideration. For more information on sizing, you can check out our Bat Coach: http://www.justbats.com/bat-coach/. Other comparable models would be the Easton S3 as well as the DeMarini Insane.

Tessa Expert ·Mar 23, 2015

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My son is playing in Pony League. He is more of a contact hitter. He is 5 feet tall and weighs 100 pounds. Please advise if you would recommend this bat for him.

We would not recommend the Louisville Slugger Assault Senior League Baseball Bat (SLAS14-RX) because it has a 2 3/4 inch barrel diameter which is not allowed in Pony League play. You should go with the Louisville Slugger Assault Senior League Baseball Bat (SLAS14-RR) instead.

Patrick Expert ·Mar 18, 2015

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I'm trying to decide between the Louisville SLAS14-RX and Worth SLPL10 for my 8 year old who plays travel ball in a league that uses a pitching machine set at 40 mph. Any advice or suggestions? Also, I noticed the Worth is "made in the USA", where is the Louisville made?

The Louisville Slugger Assault Senior League Baseball Bat (SLAS14-RX) may be made overseas. It should have better durability compared to the Worth model. Both will have very good performance and pop from day one. They both will be able to handle that machine pitching very well.

Brandon Expert ·Mar 14, 2015

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My son is 7 years old and is 50 inches tall and weighs 56 pounds. What size bat would you recommend?

Based on height and weight, we would recommend a 28 inch size of the Louisville Slugger Assault Senior League Baseball Bat (SLAS14-RX).

Patrick Expert ·Mar 13, 2015

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My son is 8.5 years old and weighs 65-70 pounds. What size bat would you recommend?

The size of the Louisville Slugger Assault Senior League Baseball Bat (SLAS14-RX) that we would recommend would be based on height and weight rather than age. The height and weight of the player are a good indication of what bat would fit as kids of that age can vary greatly in size.

Patrick Expert ·Mar 09, 2015

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My son is 5 foot, 105 pounds, and is 8 years old. What size would you recommend?

I would recommend getting a 30 inch in the Louisville Slugger Assault Senior League Baseball Bat (SLAS14-RX)

Frankie Expert ·Mar 06, 2015

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My son used a 28 in/18 oz Worth Prodigy Legit (YBJG4X) last season. He liked the balanced feel of the bat and hit well with it. How does this bat compare to the Prodigy model?

The Louisville Slugger Assault Senior League Baseball Bat (SLAS14-RX) and the Prodigy are both balanced one piece alloy bats with 2 3/4 barrel diameter. The Assault is going to have the same balanced feel as the Prodigy.

Allison Expert ·Mar 06, 2015

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My son is 9, 4'3", 80 lbs. and plays 11u travel ball. What size and weight would you recommend?

For a player of his size and age, our bat coach would recommend the Louisville Slugger Assault Senior League Baseball Bat (SLAS14-RX) in a 29" 19 oz. model. A one piece alloy model with a balanced swing weight will be more likely to accentuate his strength and speed. You could additionally consider the 2015 Louisville Slugger Omaha 515 Senior League Baseball Bat (SLO515X) as well.

Joe Expert ·Mar 03, 2015

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Would this be a good bat for my 13 year old who is about 6' tall?

The -10 size of the Louisville Slugger Assault Senior League Baseball Bat (SLAS14-RX) may be too light for a 13 year old player. A player at that age may need to use a bat at the -5 length to weight.

Brandon Expert ·Mar 03, 2015

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What size bat should I get if I'm 5 foot 10?

The size you should get of the Louisville Slugger Assault Senior League Baseball Bat (SLAS14-RX) would be based on both height and weight. If you can provide your weight as well, it would be easier to determine what size bat you should use.

Patrick Expert ·Mar 02, 2015

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My son is 7 1/2 years old, 4'1" and about 42 lbs. What would be the best size bat for him?

Based on his height and weight, we suggest a 28" 18 oz model in the Louisville Slugger Assault Senior League Baseball Bat (SLAS14-RX).

Jason Expert ·Mar 01, 2015

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I have a 4'6" daughter, very strong for her age that is playing coach pitch baseball. She weighs 90 pounds. What length would be the right length for her?

Based on her height and weight, we recommend a 29" Louisville Slugger Assault Senior League Baseball Bat (SLAS14-RX). For more information on sizing, check out our Bat Coach: http://www.justbats.com/bat-coach/.

Tessa Expert ·Feb 22, 2015

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My son has a very strong swing, would this bat work for him?

The Louisville Slugger Assault Senior League Baseball Bat (SLAS14-RX) features a one piece full alloy design with a balanced swing weight. The one piece model will be much stiffer through the zone, and typically preferred by power hitters.

Joe Expert ·Feb 22, 2015

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What is the weight of the 29" 19 oz. bat on the scale? I ask as sometimes the listed weight is not the scale weight. Thanks.

The Louisville Slugger Assault Senior League Baseball Bat (SLAS14-RX) is shipped to us from Louisville Slugger and marked as a 19 oz. bat. We do not weigh individual bats here. We just ship them directly to you. The Assault 29/19 should actually be 19 oz.

Brandon Expert ·Feb 11, 2015

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My son has the 2014 27 inch 17 ounce Assault and the 2014 28 inch 17.5 ounce Demarini Vexxum. He has good bat speed and control with his S3 which is a 28 inch 18 ounce bat, but the Vexxum is too heavy for him even though it is a lighter weight and he never hits well with it. Would the 28 inch 18 ounce Assault be as balanced or heavy as the S3 or Vexxum? Or should he stay with the 27 inch 17 ounce Assault which has not produced yet?

The 28 inch 18 ounce version of the Louisville Slugger Assault Senior League Baseball Bat (SLAS14-RX) is, over all, a balanced model but the S3 does tend to have a bit lighter swing weight. It should be something that the player could get used to and hopefully see success but it is tough to predict what would ultimately come down to how the player feels with the bat. I would order the bat, have the player swing it a few times without hitting anything and see how it feels to him. As long as it hasn't been used to hit, you could return it for a refund or exchange.

Patrick Expert ·Jan 09, 2015

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Is this bat legal for Little League Intermediate Division (50/70)?

The 2014 Louisville Slugger Assault Senior League Baseball Bat (SLAS14-RX) will not be approved for Little League Intermediate Division due to the fact that the barrel is 2 3/4". The Louisville Slugger Assault (SLAS14-RR) will be approved because it features the 2 5/8" barrel.

John Expert ·Dec 26, 2014

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Is the alloy the only difference between this bat and the 2014 Louisville Slugger Assault Junior Big Barrel Baseball Bat: YBAS14-RX? Is the alloy used in the Assault Senior league more durable (harder) then the Junior Big Barrel resulting in less of a trampoline effect (Pop) vs. the Junior Big Barrel?

The barrel wall thickness and the alloy material are the biggest differences between the 2014 Louisville Slugger Assault Senior League Baseball Bat (SLAS14-RX) and the 2014 Louisville Slugger Assault Junior Big Barrel Baseball Bat (YBAS14-RX). The Junior Big Barrel model is intended to be used for coach pitch style play and the Senior League model would be better for kid pitch.

Patrick Expert ·Dec 05, 2014

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Is there a material difference between the RX model with the 2 3/4 in barrel and the RS with the 2 5/8 barrel? Does one have more pop or more durable than the other?

The 2014 Louisville Slugger Assault Senior League Baseball Bat (SLAS14-RX) and the 2014 Louisville Slugger Assault BBCOR Baseball Bat (BBAS14-RR) will both be made of the same ST+20 Alloy. Both bats feature a one-piece design with synthetic handles, however the taper on the handles will vary. The BBAS14-RR is a high-school and college certified BBCOR bat and thus will not perform as well as the SLAS14-RX which is designed for youth and senior league baseball, and is not approved for play in high-school and college.

Joe Expert ·Nov 18, 2014

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Is this bat a good choice for batting practice hitting off a machine with dimpled baseballs?

Most baseball bats made now are not good to hit yellow dimpled cage balls with. They have a different physical makeup than an actual baseball and react differently when hit and can cause problems with breakage. The 2014 Louisville Slugger Assault Senior League Baseball Bat (SLAS14-RX) is designed to hit actual baseballs and can see durability issues if it is used with another product.

Patrick Expert ·Sep 07, 2014

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Is this bat made for kid pitch? How does this bat compare to the Rawlings 5150 XL Alloy Senior League Baseball bat.

The 2014 Louisville Slugger Assault Senior League Baseball Bat (SLAS14-RX) is made for kid pitch and will have a big barrel. It will have a lighter swing weight compared to the Rawlings 5150 Alloy bat. Both will have great pop and performance.

Brandon Expert ·Jul 20, 2014

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Is this a composite bat?

The 2014 Louisville Slugger Assault (SLAS14-RX) is a one piece all aluminum bat.

Gary T. Expert ·May 05, 2014

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Does this bat have a break-in period?

No, the 2014 Louisville Slugger Assault (SLAS14-RX) is an all alloy bat so it does not require a break-in period.

Kyle J. Expert ·May 01, 2014

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On a scale of 1 to 10, 1 being no vibration at all and 10 being don't buy this bat, how is the vibration?

In my experience the 2014 Louisville Slugger Assault (SLAS14-RX) has very little vibration when the ball is squared up. I would rank a 1 or a 2.

Jackson Expert ·Mar 04, 2014

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Is this bat end loaded or balanced?

The 2014 Louisville Slugger Assault: SLAS14-RX Senior League bat will be very balanced.

Brandon Expert ·Nov 24, 2013

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What does the Assault offer that Omaha doesn't?

The 2014 Louisville Slugger Assault: SLAS14-RX Senior League uses the same alloy as the Louisville Slugger Omaha. They did not make any changes to the models.

Kara Expert ·Sep 13, 2013

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