Pros: First used it at practice we put 80-90 soild hits on it and it was shocking how the ball was popping off the barrel. Haven't had a bat hit this hot from the gate. The endload is perfect for "pull hitters". It doesn't matter is it's a line drive or a fly ball it's heading to the fence.
Cons: The price, But if i get 4 years out of it between 2 teams It'll be worth it. And if you want to be picky it's not to flashy has a low profile look
Pros: hot bat. nice smooth swing for the power hitter. they say it breaks easy but like any other bat it needs to be broken in properly and used in appropiate temperature. i hit roughly 300 hits at 25% power turning the bad slighly covering entire length of barrel and then 300 hits at 50% power turning the bad slighly covering entire length of barrel. ((i do this with all my bats before i really try killing the ball)) it takes awhile but man it was worth it. im 6'1 and 230lb and i was cracking bombs with this puppy. some may have got defective bats. but mine is a "bat outta hell". laser beam line drives. and the durability is outstanding so far i have maybe 300 hard as i could hits plus the 600 break in hits. grade a top choice bat.
Cons: maybe it doesn't look flashy enough and catches peoples eye at first but as soon as they see the performace of my bat they want one. but i don't care what it looks like as long as it does its job
Pros: swung this bat at bp this weekend, put about 120 hits on it right out of the wrapper. bat feels a lot better than last year's asa helmer. the 2013 easton's seem to have a much softer and smoother feel upon ball contact than last year's. good end-load in this bat. grip is nice and soft. i swing a 28oz. and it actually feels like a 28 not extra heavy like some of the miken's feel with the supermax in them. hit lots of hard line drives and plenty of deep bombs with this bat after about 50 or 60 hits. this bat will definately bypass the 98 mph rating when fully broken in.
Cons: i guess the price, but good bats are usually expensive.
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I am looking to replace the 2012 version of this bat. It broke yesterday after two years of heavy use. I want to know which new 2014 bat is the most similar to this one?
Asked by Syro on Apr 16, 2014
The most similar 2014 bat that would be like the 2013 Easton Synergy 98H (SP12SY98H) would be either the 2014 Easton LX.0 (SP14LX) or the 2014 Easton L2.0 Brian Wegman Pro Model (SP14L2).
The LX.0 is similar in that it is approved for both USSSA and ASA play but it is only the IMX composite rather than the combination of the black carbon composite handle and the IMX in the barrel.
The L2.0 is similar in the overall design and features both composite types but is only approved for USSSA, NSA, ISA and ISF play.
PatrickExpert ·Apr 16, 2014
Why will this bat only be legal until January 1, 2014?
Asked by BWags on Oct 05, 2012
Starting January 1, 2014, the new ASA stamp will be required for play in ASA sanctioned events. The 2013 Easton Synergy 98H has the old ASA stamp.
NickExpert ·Oct 05, 2012
So if i got this bat now, I would only be able to use it for one year in the ASA League?
Asked by kyle on Sep 10, 2012
The 2013 Easton Synergy 98H will be legal until January 1, 2014.
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Description for 2013 Easton Synergy 98H: SP12SY98H Slow Pitch
New for 2013! The Easton Synergy has been providing softballers the one-piece power they desire for years. The Brett Helmer Synergy has become a staple among players looking for a pro-style design with the pop and durability that top players demand. The IMX Composite barrel on the Synergy 98H optimizes the sweet spot for maximum performance every time up. This pro-style 12 inch IMX barrel is endloaded to give players maximum power at the plate. The barrel seamlessly transitions into a Black Carbon Composite handle that improves the feel of the bat and reduces vibration on mishits. This seamless design is made possible through Easton's Single System Composite Design that gives players a stiffer feel and more bat control. The handle is made ultra-thin at 29/32 inch and wrapped with a Performance Diamond Grip to give players the tack and feel needed to produce monster games at the plate. Easton: Know-Feel-Be The Difference! The Easton Synergy 98H is approved for play in ASA, USSSA, NSA, ISA, and ISF. It is backed by Easton's Exclusive 400 Day Manufacturer's Warranty. Free Shipping!
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