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For those that are new to the world of Slowpitch Softball, choosing a bat may be pretty overwhelming. The length and weight ratios are different than in Baseball and Fastpitch Softball, not to mention which bats are legal in different leagues and tournaments vary. So, before making such a crucial purchase, it’s important to know the ins-and-outs for what your needs are as a player, as well as the leagues and/or tournaments you will be playing in. Hopefully, this guide can provide a little insight and make the buying process for slow pitch softball bats less complicated and confusing.
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Well that got your attention didn’t it? You read correctly, we are currently running a special giveaway for a chance to win ANY DeMarini Bat available on the website or on order to the warehouse. From the models seen on the NCAA Women’s College World Series and NCAA Baseball World Series, to our brand new 2015 models – ANY DeMarini Bat available on the site or on order.
High school baseball player? How about a CF7 or VooDoo Overlord?
Middle school fastpitch softball player? A CF7 (-11) would be a great choice!
Prefer some slowpitch softball? I bet the new TheONE sounds like a great pick!
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2015 DEMARINI CF7
The new 2015 DeMarini CF7 is unlike any before. It is set apart not only by its appearance, but also by its performance. This bat has all the new technology in the making. Crazy graphics on the bat give it a slick feature that separate it from its competition. Feels good, looks good and hits good. It’s an all in one package with this baby. DeMarini bats are going to a whole new level.
With such a wide selection to choose from, it’s difficult to select just one of the many great fastpitch bats HomeRunMonkey.com has to offer. Every brand has a “top of the line”, but what is the difference? What makes one bat stand out over another? Well, let me help break down a few of our Top-End Fastpitch Softball bats, offered by 3 of the most popular and technologically advanced brands – Louisville Slugger, Easton and DeMarini.