Pros: This bat has POP right out of the wrapper. It feels good and I love the color. Haven't had many hits on it YET but i'm putting them off the fence. I'm not a home run hitter but I'm hitting doubles and triples. No matter what side you hit it on it's flying.
Pros: Took it to batting practice and it was pretty hot out the rapper. I felt good flex and a huge sweetspot. I got a 27 oz. and it feels a bit light compared to my Miken 750X Ultra but it had a nicer balanced swing weight. The graphics are awesome and handle is comfortable.
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How is this bat with .44 COR balls?
Asked by kg
The 2014 Worth Sick 454 Balanced ASA (SBSKBA) Slow Pitch model is designed to hit the .52 COR balls. If you hit the .44 COR balls with the 2014 Worth Sick 454 Balanced ASA , it will be more susceptible to cracks and dents.
How does this bat hold up to the Clincher balls? We use a 12" Clincher. How does this bat compare to the Easton S1 balanced?
Asked by Rico
The 2014 Worth Sick 454 Balanced ASA (SBSKBA) is a great choice to use with the Clincher balls. It is a one-piece composite bat and will be stiffer compared with the Easton S1 that is a two-piece composite bat. Both are very high performing.
How does this bat compare to the Worth Legit Balanced ASA? Also, are they both one piece bats?
Asked by Chase
The 2014 Worth Sick 454 Balanced ASA: SBSKBA Slow Pitch is a one-piece composite bat. The 2014 Worth Legit Balanced Flex Fifty ASA: SBLA3P is a two-piece composite bat that uses HMF TECH for a more durable bat. The 2014 Worth Sick 454 Balanced ASA: SBSKBA Slow Pitch uses 454 technology for an extended sweet spot. Both will be very high performing.
Worth, Inc. can trace its beginning back to the year 1912, when George Sharp Lannom, Jr. purchased a tannery in Tullahoma, Tennessee and established the Lannom Manufacturing Company. Initially, the firm tanned leather for harnesses and horse collars they manufactured. However, as the automobile grew in popularity, the demand for the company's harnesses and collars declined, so Lannom shifted its manufacturing resources toward production of leather covered baseballs and softballs under the "Worth" brand, and men's leather dress gloves under the "Craig" brand.
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This Sick 454 is approved for ASA ONLY. This bat really is the sickest on the slow pitch market. It features a 14.5" barrel and a balanced load. This bat will give all players, professional to the weekend warrior, some of the best batted ball exit speeds you've ever seen. Worth's patented 454 technology extends the sweet spot two inches, providing the largest sweet spot in the industry. It is a 100% composite design with HMF technology. That means more strands of composite can be woven together with a smaller diameter which will greatly improve the durability of the bat. This bat is made in the USA. It has a full twelve month manufacturer's warranty. Free Shipping!
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