Worth Lithium Edge Prodigy: SL1058 Senior League
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When are you getting more of these bats in stock?
The Worth Lithium Edge Prodigy (SL1058) is a discontinued model. We will not receive more inventory. We do have the 2014 Worth Prodigy (SLPL210) in stock.
Is this bat legal for Pony Pinto Division?
Yes, the Worth Lithium Edge Prodigy: SL1058 Senior League is legal for Pony Pinto Division.
Is this bat approved for play in Dixie Ozone?
The Worth Lithium Edge Prodigy: SL1058 Senior League is approved in Dixie Ozone Division.
When does the 2013 version of this bat come out? How does this bat compare to the easton rival?
Unfortunately, there is not a 2013 model of the Worth Lithium Edge Prodigy: SL1058. The Easton Rival and Worth Lithium Edge Prodigy are both great bats. The Worth Lithium Edge Prodigy may have slight edge in terms of pop, but the Easton Rival has the advantage when it comes to durability.
What Worth bat most closely compares to the 2013 Edge Prodigy, SLLPRO 31", -10oz, 2 3/4" barrel diameter. You no longer have this bat available and want to purchase another.
You would want to focus on these three bats: 2013 Worth Prodigy Legit GX4: SLPL10 Senior League, the 2013 Worth Prodigy Legit: SLP234 Senior League, and the Worth Lithium Edge Prodigy: SL1058 Senior League. These three bats will fit your sizing in the Worth brand.
Is this a good bat? Does it have good pop? My son has been playing since he was 5 years old and I have tried most of Easton bats and I think the Rival has been one of the best
The Worth Lithium Edge Prodigy: SL1058 is a good that is known to be one of the highest performing alloy bats with the most pop.
Is this bat single or double-walled? My son's league prohibits double-walled?
The Worth Lithium Edge Prodigy is a single-wall bat.
What is the best worth senior league bat with the USSSA 1.15 stamp? WHAT WOULD YOU BUY?
This one, the SL1058 would be my choice. Nice balance, great pop, and the 2 5/8" barrel, many leagues don't allow the 2 3/4".
is this new bat only come in 2 5/8 barell
Yes. Check out the SLP102, that is a 2 3/4"
This model only comes in a 2 5/8" barrel. If you are looking for the 2 3/4" barrel the model is going to be SLP102.
Does it have "approved for play in PONY Baseball" and the year manufactured stamped on the bat?
This bat has the USSSA 1.15 BPF stamp on it that is required in 2012.
Is the 2012 the only USSSA approved year? or is the 2011 also approved?
The 2011 Worht Lithium Edge Prodigy was not USSSA approved with the new stamp. Only the 2012 model is.
what is the difference between the SLP102 and the SL1058?
Both of these bats will be very similar. The SL1058 is just a newer model of this bat.
What are the differences between the SL1058 and the SLP102 besides the barrel size (2 3/4 vs 2 5/8)? If similiar, why would someone chose one size over the the other? Thanks, Darin
Really just a matter of preference. Some people like the bigger barrel. But once they get to high school level they are only allowed to use the 2 5/8 barrel.
I can't find any reviews for this bat. How does it compare with other Worth senior league bats? Is it a good bat? I'm looking for a new bat 30/20 for my 11 year old son. Thanks! Thanks!
This is a great performing alloy barreled bat! There are no reviews at this time because this model just recently came out. On the sizes, we only show what we have in stock.