Questions and Answers for Worth Mayhem BJ Fulk: SBMABJ Slow Pitch
What are the differences, if any, between the BJ Fulk version of the Worth Mayhem and the traditional Worth Mayhem?
If you were comparing the 2014 Worth Mayhem "Booger": MAY120U to this 2013 Worth Mayhem BJ Fulk: SBMABJ Slow Pitch, there are a few differences. This SBMABJ is only approved for play in ASA leagues. The MAY120U is approved for USSSA, NSA, and ISA play. Both models are balanced one-piece composite designs, but they are constructed from different blends of composite materials. It's tough to compare performance between an ASA and USSSA bat; especially without knowing which softball you are hitting. But the swing weight and feel of both bats will be similar.
So which bat between the Mayhem ASA and USSSA gives you more distance?
The ASA 2013 Worth Mayhem BJ Fulk: SBMABJ Slow Pitch will be hotter and give you more distance.
Would this bat be good for a cold weather region?
The 2013 Worth Mayhem BJ Fulk: SBMABJ Slow Pitch, and any other fully composite bat, is not recommended for use under 60 degrees.
Is this bat manufactored to perform better with the .52 cor 300 comp. balls? Also, I have heard this bat is thinner and is prone to stress cracks. How true is this, and if so, will it affect performance?
The 2013 Worth Mayhem BJ Fulk: SBMABJ was manufactured under the new ASA standards and will perform best with .52 300 ASA softballs. We have no records of durability issues with this bat since its release. Many high end composite bats will develop superficial spiderweb cracks, but this does not effect the performance of the bat in a negative way.
Since this is under the new ASA specs does that mean it will have more pop than the older asa or usssa models?
The biggest change has to do with how ASA performs their tests. In the past, ASA bats were tested with a cannon that fired a softball at the barrel of a bat at 110 mph. This test measured the balls exit speed off of the barrel to ensure the batâ€™s performance didnâ€™t result in an exit speed greater than 98 mph. In the new test, the ball is fired at 105 mph instead of 110, but allows the exit speed to remain at 98 mph. The decrease in cannon speed allows for a greater bat performance. By slowing down the rate of the ball in the test, manufacturers can increase the speed at which the ball leaves the bat. It's hard to say if it will perform better than USSSA models, as testing is different for both certifications.
can you guys break in bats for people buying them?
Unfortunately, we do not offer a bat break-in program.
whats the new asa stamp going to mean for bats with the old Asa symbol next season??
Bats with the old ASA stamp will be grandfathered in and will still be legal for 2013.
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