2013 Louisville Slugger TPS M2 Pride: FP13M2 Fastpitch
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I am currently swinging a 33" 24 oz. Do you think the 3 ounce difference will be a drastic change?
Three ounces can be a huge change. Unless you are swinging ahead of the ball currently, your swing will be negatively impacted.
I purchased the m2 pride and asked the league if composite bats were legal or not. This is what I got back from the coach. "Equipment: 1. BATS: Little League approved bats with the approved barrel dimensions for each specific league. Hybrid Composite bats will be allowed. The barrels must still be alloy or such. Handles will be allowed to be composite. Please defer to league specific rules regarding bats if applicable. " I am still confused on this and don't want to take the plastic off until I am sure she can use it. Can you tell me if this bat complies with the rule or not?
If she is playing fastpitch softball in Little League the 2013 Louisville Slugger TPS M2 Pride: FP13M2 Fastpitch is legal. Little League only requires fastpitch bats to have a 1.20 BPF stamp.
I notice that this bat doesn't have a lot of reviews. Is this bat newer or is it not purchased as much as other bats in the price range?
The 2013 Louisville Slugger TPS M2 Pride: FP13M2 Fastpitch is still a fairly new bat. The M2 Pride performs great along with most of the other bats in the price range. I would not worry about the small amount of reviews it has.
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- -12 Length to Weight Ratio
- 2 1/4 Inch Barrel Diameter
- Approved for Play in ASA, USSSA, NSA, ISA, and ISF
- Balanced Swing Weight
- Free Shipping!
- Full Twelve (12) Month Manufacturer's Warranty
- Jessica Mendoza USSSA Pride Model
- Louisville Slugger End Cap
- LS-2X Composite Design
- T2 Two-Piece Construction
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Delivery stated 5 business days, starting Saturday May 29th of Memorial day weekend and actually received it on Wednesday June 2nd