Questions and Answers for MaxBat Maple Wood Slow Pitch Softball Bat: SB1
My league and State Tournament will not let me use the MaxBat SB1 because it does not say "Official Softball" on it why is that? I am very disapointed because I wasted $80.
If the MaxBat Maple Wood Slow Pitch Softball Bat (SB1) is not allowed for you, we can always accept unused items back to us for full refunds or exchanges. Or you could call MaxBat and check why it is not allowed. Their number is 1-866-750-6098.
Are there any plans to add the ASA stamp to the MaxBat SB1?
At this time, there are no plans to add the ASA stamp to the MaxBat Maple Wood Softball Bat (SB1).
I see that the MaxBat SB1 does not have the ASA stamp. But does it have the word "softball" anywhere? I need to have that for use in our league.
The MaxBat Maple Wood Softball Bat: SB1 does not have an ASA stamp and does not have softball printed on the bat.
Does the bat have an "ASA" approved stamp or sticker. What's the weight?
Unfortunately, the MaxBat Maple Wood Softball Bat: SB1 does not have an ASA stamp on the barrel. It has an approximate -4 length to weight ratio.
I'm torn between getting this bat or the Phoenix SB3. Are they comparable or pretty much the same bat?
Yes. The are comparable, however the Phoenix SB3 will have a slightly thinner handle.
Is this bat USSSA approved for use in 2012 and what is the barrel diameter? Thanks!
All wood softball bats are ASA approved, and are 2 1/4" in barrel diameter unless otherwise indicated.
Is this Bat good for power hitters, or do you recommend another Model?
This is a very good maple softball bat and is a good choice for power hitters or any slowpitch softball player looking to purchase a wood bat.
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