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Questions and Answers for Worth Prodigy Legit GX4 Senior League Baseball Bat: SLPL10
Is this bat designed for pitching that is above 50 mph?
Yes, the Worth Prodigy Legit GX4 Senior League Baseball Bat (SLPL10) should handle pitch speeds at 50 mph and above.
Is there a 2014 version? Is this bat or the 2014 Assault (SLAS14-RX) for best all around bat?
The Worth Prodigy Legit GX4 Senior League Baseball Bat (SLPL10) has been replaced by the 2015 Rawlings Prodigy Senior League Baseball Bat (SLRPRO). Between the Prodigy and the Assault, both models are very similar to each other. They both have a balanced swing weight and a one-piece fully alloy design. Both bats are high performance models, ultimately, it will be a matter of brand preference.
Is this the 2013 or 2014 model?
The Worth Prodigy Legit GX4 Senior League Baseball Bat (SLPL10) will be a 2013 bat model.
Is this Worth GX4: SPL10 bat end loaded or balanced?
The Worth Prodigy Legit GX4 (SLPL10 Senior League) will have more of a balanced feel to the swing weight. It should not feel barrel heavy or end loaded.
Is this bat hot out of the box or does it need break-in?
The alloy barrel on the Worth Prodigy Legit GX4 (SLPL10) should be ready to go out of the wrapper and should not require a break-in period.
Is this a youth bat? Can it be used for a 9-10 yr old?
Yes, the Worth Prodigy Legit GX4 (SLPL10) is made for youth. This would be a great bat for a 9-10 year old. The classification of "Senior League" designates it as a Youth Big Barrel bat. Our page designates "Youth" bats as bats with a 2 1/4" barrel diameter. "Senior League" or "Youth Big Barrel" bats have a diameter of 2 5/8" or 2 3/4".
I am looking at a new bat for my son, how does this bat compare to the Easton S3 or not? Recommendations? Suggestions?
The 2013 Worth Prodigy Legit GX4: SLPL10 Senior League and the 2013 Easton S3: SL13S310B are both one-piece alloy bats. They will be similar in performance and durability.
I bought a Worth bat last year for my son from this website that seems very similar to this one. I don't really remember the model number, but it was white, 31 in 21 oz, with a 2 3/4 barrel and was a special order made for Justbats.com. He really loved that bat. How does this one compare to the white one?
The 2013 Worth Prodigy Legit GX4: SLPL10 will be the newer model of the special edition white Worth bat. The main difference is the 2013 Worth Prodigy Legit GX4: SLPL10 uses new GX4 alloy for better durability and performance.
Is there a problem with this bat cracking? I love the pop with the Worth, but i'm concerned about the customer reviews regarding durability.
Yes, there have been some durability problems with the 2013 Worth Prodigy Legit GX4, but they are all under warranty.
I love my Anderson TechZilla 2009 for little league, but for my club team I want a big barrel. Is this a good choice as an Anderson alternative?
The 2013 Worth Prodigy Legit GX4: SLPL10 will have a different balancing than the Anderson TechZilla, but you should be able to adapt easily.
My son really loves the 2012 bat. Is it really worth $70 to get the new model over buying the old model?
The Worth Prodigy Legit GX4 is a great bat. I would recommend staying with what you have had success with.
My 8 year old son has used a Worth Lithium Prodigy YBJP10 27 inch and loves it but they do not make it in 28 inch. Would the Prodigy SLPL10 28 inch be a good bat for him with similar pop? I am wondering if he will lose pop with this senior league bat with new GX4 alloy. He plays in 8u coach pitch.
You won't get as much pop in the 2013 Worth Prodigy Legit GX4: SLPL10 Senior League bat, but not because of the alloy. The walls of the barrel are thick on senior league bats than they are on coach pitch (junior big barrel) bats. Thicker walls produce less trampoline effect on the ball.
What is the difference between the SLP234 and the SLPL10?
Both of these bats are very similar, but the alloy used in the 2013 Worth Prodigy Legit GX4: SLPL10 is going to be more durable than the alloy used in the 2013 Worth Prodigy Legit: SLP234 Senior League.
Would this be a good bat for 12u baseball?
Yes, the 2013 Worth Prodigy Legit GX4: SLPL10 is going to be a great bat compared to other bats in the $200 price range, and will be perfect for someone playing 12u baseball.
How does this bat compare to the Louisville Slugger Omaha Balanced? Which would you recommend?
Both the 2013 Worth Prodigy Legit GX4: SLPL10 and 2013 Louisville Slugger TPX Omaha XL: SL136XL are one-piece alloy bats that are well balanced. Based on customer feedback and information from the manufacturers, I would give a slight edge to the Prodigy in terms of pop, but the Omaha would get a leg up when it comes to durability. As far as which is recommended... it comes down to what you value more in your bat, pop or durability.
Does this bat have stickers on the barrel like the Red Prodigy Legit or have they corrected that and gone back to using just paint on the barrel?
The 2013 Worth Prodigy Legit GX4: SLPL10 Senior League bat does not feature any stickers used for their logos or wording.
New alloy or same alloy with a new name? Also, by looking at the pictures and using ratios, the barrel appears to be slightly larger than the 2013 Red SLP10 Prodigy Legit. Is that true?
Great question. The 2013 Worth Prodigy Legit GX4: SLPL10 Senior League bat will have a new higher quality Alloy. The new GX4 Alloy is Worth's strongest alloy and much more durable than the Lithium Alloy of the past. Barrel sizing should still run true to previous models.
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