Posts tagged USSSA
Looking at all of the baseball bats that are available on the market today, it can be overwhelming when trying to determine which one to use in a game or practice. With the numerous materials, stamps, weights, designs, etc. players and parents are left at a crossroads when selecting a bat to use at the plate. So where does the player or parent start? How does someone determine which bat is best? Hopefully we can clear up some of these questions when it comes to the different options each player has.
Where to Start…
The best place to start is with league regulations. More >
So, the past few posts have been solely about baseball and baseball bats- what’s new, what’s coming and even what’s legal. Well, I’d say it’s about time to steer away from baseball for this post and focus on a different sport – Slowpitch Softball.
Slowpitch has come a long way from the days of recreational Church Leagues. I know before I got into the slowpitch world, I had the idea that slowpitch was for the retired crowd, just looking to do something on a Sunday with some buddies. Not that there’s anything wrong with enjoying some time with friends and hitting More >
So many options, but which is right for my league?!
A breakdown on which bats are legal for play at each level…
OK, so when I’m not blogging about the all of the new and exciting items that Homerunmonkey.com has to offer- I double as a Customer Service Representative in the department. A few of the calls I get frequently, are asking about which bat I would recommend for a specific league or which bat can the athlete use in this league and that league. With all of the options that are available and different specifications for different leagues- it’s no wonder More >