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DeMarini The ONE FU-Dawg Slow Pitch Softball Bat: DXONE: Image #333541
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  • 13 Inch Barrel Length

  • 2 1/4 Inch Barrel Diameter

  • 4.ONE Composite Barrel / SC4 Alloy Handle For Maximum Stiffness

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  • Full Twelve (12) Month Manufacturer's Warranty

  • Two-Piece Hybrid Design

  • Dish End Cap

  • Hybrid Comfort Grip

  • End Loaded Swing Weight

  • Approved for Play in ASA and ISF

  • **New ASA Stamp**

Every dog has its day. Some have more than others. DeMarini's The ONE returns to diamond again this season to give players an advantage that's almost unfair. This year's model, The ONE FU-Dawg, joins DeMarini's stiffest barrel to their strongest handle to create a monster that can't be contained! The barrel is made from 4.ONE Composite that uses narrow carbon fibers in multiple lay-ups to create one of the stiffest composites known to man! The handle is constructed from DeMarini's strongest metal, SC4 Alloy, that results in the stiffest handle DeMarini makes. Speaking of stiff, The ONE FU-Dawg features a Dish end cap that creates maximum stiffness at the end of the bat, while driving ball-launching energy back to the sweet spot. The ONE FU-Dawg features an end-loaded swing weight for maximum power. This is one nasty club with absolutely NO forgiveness. It's time to release the hounds! DeMarini: Born Hardcore! The ONE FU-Dawg features the new ASA stamp and is approved for play in ASA and ISF. It is backed by a Full Twelve (12) Month Manufacturer's Warranty. Free Shipping!

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Bomber

Pros: Great bat, took out of wrapper and it felt great! Usually dont hit two piece bats but I may start!

Cons: none

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Jackal

Pros: Great pop straight out of the wrapper. Instantly felt the difference in the two piece bat, Was hitting towering bombs by the 5th swing.

Cons: None at the moment, will update if a problem comes up.

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BuddahBOB

Pros: I generally am a single to double hitter. never have been known to hit out of the park in games or practice. Hit this bat tonight and it is amazing. Best money I have ever spent.

Cons: None

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cherrybomb

Pros: Just used the fu dawg for the first time outta the wrapper, and was crushing balls. Nice, big sweet spot, with a ton of pop. Amazing bat. Recommended to anyone looking for power.

Cons: Havent found any yet

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Bigk

Pros: Hits bombs with ease.

Cons: A little bit of break-in period. At about 200 hits, the balls are hot with minimal efforts.

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Stylus

Pros: Literally the best bat I have ever swung. I have about 100 sings on this bad boy and it just keeps getting better. The pop on this thing is unreal. I was torn between this and the 454. I'm not disappointed with my decision at all.

Cons: Graphics are sick so you get a little annoyed with ball marks. Nothings a sponge cant take care of tho =]

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Big b

Pros: Lot of pop

Cons: Stings the hands out of wrapper if hit anywhere other than the sweet spot

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Grabby

Pros: Great Bat so far 140 hits on it. It smokes the ball pretty nice. Caught myself laughing after i hit a Daryl Strawberry homerun, lightest swing ever and the ball was going over the fence at 70 to 80 feet above the fence. Exactly what i wanted in a bat!

Cons: If your hands get some moisture on them good luck holding on to it. Batting gloves elimanate this problem.

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Demarinigrl

Pros: Just bought this bat gently used and crushed my first bomb on the third try. I love the feel of the end load, this bat explodes with power!

Cons: None.

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tksports

Pros: This bat is ridiculous hands down. We are using the .44 balls and it's screaming off the bat at games. Hit the new .52 balls in practice and I can't believe how far they're going over the fence. Don't think twice, click buy.

Cons: None what so ever.

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Million

Pros: Truly "hot" out of the wrapper. Went yard on my first at bat 5 minutes after removing the wrapper.

Cons: Lost balls, broken windshields, terrified fielders.

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big mike

Pros: nice end load. very durable. best bat i have ever owned. hit 4 triples and a home run in one game with this bat

Cons: puts my synergy to shame

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one4leaf

Pros: Took about 150 to 200 hits to start getting the great pop. It needs more to finish breaking in the non-sweet spot areas but I can tell it is going to be a great bat!

Cons: I'm not sure I'm a fan of the "shell" bats but that us just a preference not a functional error of this bat.

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A-jay

Pros: best bat i ever bought!!!! lots of pop and have no worries the softballs will clear fences with ease...

Cons: none.

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Pink

Pros: After about 150 swings this bat was super hot. I have been smoking balls over the fence with ease. This bat is hits the ball farther than any bat i have used other than the RD28. But by far the best bat for ASA.

Cons: If used in wet weather the bat will fly out of your hands. The grip is slippery when wet.

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badtothebone

Pros: I have about 150 swings on the bat and its starting to come alive!!! I cant wait till it has 500 on it. Im a solid base hitter but was looking for a little hit to hit them out.... Now i have what i need to do so!

Cons: To pretty! Dont want it to get dirty!

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Big Belt

Pros: Amazing bat! The ball just screams when it comes off. If you are looking for a great bat buy this one, don't think about it, buy it.

Cons: None, worth every penny I spent.

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Nmnm03

Pros: Very easy to swing with a lot of pop right out of the wrapper. Can't wait to get it broke in.

Cons: The paint seems to chip easy.

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Ted

Pros: When my kid uses this bat he makes men in are league look like little girls. Has great pop , looks sick!

Cons: Feel bad for the balls

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Big girl

Pros: I love this bat

Cons: None

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Great 2 Piece Bat bukebrett player

Pros: Don't have to swing hard to let the ball fly. If I need a hard shot or a big home run I reach for this bat. The end load brings the barrel around very smoothly. Don't feel the miss hits and when you hit the ball on the sweet spot you don't feel a thing, just sit back and watch it fly! Minimal break in time, by 15 swings, one home run over 300'! With each swing comes more pop and distance, can't wait to see this thing next year after 500 swings!

Cons: Expected the new ASA standards on this bat to be ridiculous and crushing the ball with all the reviews I've read. Still an amazingly hot bat, much hotter than my last year's Filthy and Freak Fx700. Have to get used to swinging a two piece, doesn't require as much muscle to put one out.

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Buy It. Eric player

Pros: Buy it. Have it sent over-night. Save your time. Pays for itself instantly, via superior performance. End-loaded weight feels slightly heavier than actual specified weight. Sound is one of a kind.

Cons: Didn't buy it earlier.

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great bat rob player

Pros: has a ton of pop took 200 swings to break it in used .44 balls.

Cons: stings if you dont hit it in the sweet spot

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Hawt Dawg The Max player

Pros: Hot as any ASA bat when you really square one up.

Cons: Still prefer Worth Resmondo SBRBBA, it's forgiving and just as hot.

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Takes awhile to break-in Mark G player

Pros: Great Graphics Nice grip

Cons: break-in time

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Bill T Bill Thompson player

Pros: Have always swung a balanced bat so this is very comfortable for an end loaded model. Good pendulum rotating through the swing. Hitting line smashes right out of the wrapper so cannot wait until it is broken in.

Cons: Wrap could be a bit more tacky to improve grip

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good bat craig player

Pros: Really stiff out of the wrapper. Was hitting 290-310 feet today in my first use with it. By the end of the tournament started loosing the 2x4 sound and the ball was really starting to fly. Also feels a lot like my balanced Stadium even though the Fu Dawg is end loaded. Bat looks bad too

Cons: Demarini grip tape is still aweful

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Home Run with first swing AZ Dino player

Pros: I've always been a decent hitter but strictly singles and doubles. I haven't hit a ball out if the park in a couple if years. The very first time i swung this bat in my league i went deep. I haven't even had the time yet to properly break it in but this bat is truly hot right out of the wrapper. if your looking to add some power to your game this is the bat you need.

Cons: nothing

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HOT HOT HOT!!! 808Babyboy player

Pros: The bat is a Beast so far.Can't wait until it fully breaks in.Not usually a homerun hitter but balls been flying out of the park.Can't go wrong with this bat.

Cons: None yet.

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2x4 Feel - Needs Time NotSoOldPro player

Pros: Love the graphics. Weight distribution is good so the swing feels smooth.

Cons: Bought this bat last summer due to the reviews of being "hot out of the wrapper" and "good for the guy who doesn't have a lot of pop", that just wasn't the case. I am getting older, but still have decent HR totals at the end of a season. This bat had a strong 2x4 sound and feel. Used for about 6-8 games with BP in between and ended up going back to my Easton Salvo for the rest of the season. I play in the upper Midwest, so hitting during the off-season means indoors. I have been taking several cuts and have been using both old .44 and new .52 core balls (by recommendation from a teammate) to get it broke in. We will see what this spring/summer brings when I can get outside on a real field to see how broke in it has become.

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Amazing Slaphitter player

Pros: First tourney today with the new bat. Absolutely amazing. First game 2 long hr's. Love this bat. Buy it...it's better than my stealth.

Cons: None, buy it now.

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Great feel and endloaded pop. Aircuellar player

Pros: After about 200 hits, bat feels like a trampoline hitting the ball. Sweet spot feels the same 2 inches from the end of the bat as it does at the middle of the barrel giving you an u believable pop. I accidentally hit a pop up fly all the way to the center fielder when I swung at a very low hit. Hit the fence twice on two line drives and both hits left ball marks 2 inches from the end of the bat. the c4 handle makes swinging the bat easy and finally enabled me to finally snap through the ball, sending it further than I have, more consistently. The feedback is great and without sting. the hit is your hit everytime. This bat is so nice, my brother and one of my teammates bought it in 26oz. I have 28oz. the 28 drops bombs and the 26 hits clean line drives. I WISH THEY MADE THIS BAT FOR THE NEW TRIPLE WALL or just kept making it. The endload is SO smooth compared to my Miken Freak 28oz Maxload.

Cons: Demarini did not continue to add this bat to their new line.

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Have a question about the DeMarini The ONE FU-Dawg Slow Pitch Softball Bat: DXONE? Ask our team of experts and they will respond within 24 hours.

this bat description states its an endload swing weight? i would like to know if the endload is .05 or 1oz
tacorice
The 2013 DeMarini The ONE FU-Dawg: DXONE Slow Pitch has a one ounce end load.
Zach
I am interested in buying this bat and have been told it is rated at 100mph vs the 98 mph of other bats. I was also tod the J3 is also 100mph, is that true?
Cody farmer
The 2013 DeMarini The ONE FU-Dawg has a 98 mph rating and the J3 is 100 mph.
Kara
Is there any difference between the 2013 model and the 2012 model besides the graphics?
Don
This year's DXONE is going to have a lot more pop than the previous model, because it was developed under the new ASA guidelines that allow for higher performance. Otherwise, it is very similar.
Patrick
The ONE has a 13 inch barrel length. Is that normal barrel length?
BD45
The 2013 DeMarini The ONE FU-Dawg: DXONE Slow Pitch bat does have the 13" barrel length which is slightly larger than normal. It will also provide maximum stiffness with an end loaded swing weight that power guys tend to love.
Brandon
Does the FU-Dawg have a BPF of 1.20?
Jesse
No, the 2013 DeMarini The ONE FU-Dawg: DXONE Slow Pitch bat is not USSSA certified, and therefore does not feature the BPF 1.20 stamp.
Aubrey
Is the 2013 DeMarini The ONE FU-Dawg good for the clincher ball? How does it compare to the Flipper?
Cal'Son
The 2013 DeMarini The ONE FU-Dawg: DXONE and the 2013 DeMarini Flipper: DXFLS are similar in design and performance. The 2013 DeMarini Flipper is designed for high COR low compression balls.
Kara
Is this bat considered single walled?
n/a
Yes, the 2013 DeMarini The ONE FU-Dawg: DXONE Slow Pitch has a single wall barrel.
Frank
Is this bat considered single walled?
n/a
The terms "single wall" and "double wall" refer to bats with alloy barrels. The 2013 DeMarini The ONE FU-Dawg: DXONE has a composite barrel and doesn't really fall under the classification of single wall or double wall. However, most composite bats like the FU-Dawg would be deemed as single wall if forced to pick one or the other.
Tyler
Is it ASA certified?
rockhound78
Yes, the 2013 DeMarini The ONE FU-Dawg: DXONE Slow Pitch is approved for ASA play.
Chad M.
Is it ASA certified?
rockhound78
Yes, the 2013 DeMarini The ONE FU-Dawg is ASA approved
Justin R
Can this bat handle .40/375 & .44/375 balls or is it only designed for the mush .52/300?
Dirchebag
The 2013 DeMarini The ONE FU-Dawg: DXONE Slow Pitch should be used with the .52/300 soft compression balls.
Kara
Can I use this bat in a .44 COR softball league? What's the difference between hitting the .44's and the new .52's?
Softball Rookie
The 2013 DeMarini The ONE FU-Dawg: DXONE Slow Pitch bat has the new ASA stamp and is designed to hit the newer .52 COR softballs. The new ASA bats are more susceptible to cracking or denting when hitting the .44 or .47 COR softballs.
Mac
I have a Miken slow pitch bat with a 1 oz. end load. The bat is 34" 27 oz., but it feels heavier than my 28 oz. balanced bat. Does the FU-Dawg swing heavier because of the end load?
Chuck
The 2013 DeMarini The ONE FU-Dawg: DXONE Slow Pitch feels so heavy because of the full end load, compared to the 1 oz. end load you previously used.
Noah
What bats would be recommended if you play with .44 COR balls?
troy
These balls are better suited for the older bats with the old ASA stamp.
Damon
I'm looking to replace my old Freak. As a power hitter with HR power, would you recommend the Fu-Dawg or the J3: DXNT3?
Tony
Both the 2013 DeMarini The ONE FU-Dawg: DXONE and the 2013 DeMarini J3: DXNT3 are top of the line bats. The ONE FU-Dawg will have a stiffer swing and will be best suited for a power hitter.
John H
If I'm used to swinging a DeMarini 28oz. slow pitch ASA bat, what weight and bat model do you recommend in an end loaded model?
Gino
The 2013 DeMarini The ONE FU-Dawg: DXONE Slow Pitch is an awesome end loaded bat. I would suggest probably staying at a 28 oz. or even dropping to a 27 oz. if you think a 28 oz. end loaded bat is too heavy.
Noah
I purchased the new J3 and love everything about it. The pop, sweet spot, feel and distance. I am a real power hitter so I like the end loaded feel to bats. I am really considering purchasing The FU-Dawg as well but I want to know how it compares to the J3, what are the big differences, and which would you guys consider an overall better bat? Thanks!
Obber
The 2013 DeMarini The ONE FU-Dawg: DXONE Slow Pitch will be similar in performance to the 2013 DeMarini J3: DXNT3. The 2013 DeMarini The ONE FU-Dawg: DXONE features an alloy barrel, for a stiffer feel. The 2013 DeMarini J3: DXNT3 is a two-piece composite, which provides more flex.
Kara
What is the difference between the FU Dawg DXONE and WTDXONE? I see them listed on different sites for the same price, but cannot find a difference other than color.
Tommy boy
After checking both bats, the 2013 DeMarini The ONE FU-Dawg: DXONE Slow Pitch and the DeMarini WTDXONE really do seem to be the same product ( other than color). If you want a better explanation here is the manufacturer's direct line: 1-800-937-2287.
Brandon
Using this bat with a 44 COR softball would really damage the bat? Would it still be an effective bat? What other options exist for a 44 COR softball that can be as effective as the FU-Dawg?
rookie
The 2013 DeMarini The ONE FU-Dawg: DXONE Slow Pitch, and any model with the new ASA stamp, are created for the softer, low compression 50 and 52 COR softballs. If used with the harder 44 COR softballs, the FU-Dawg will perform well, but will be more susceptible to cracking and denting. Bats with the older ASA stamp will hold up better with the high compression balls, but won't be as high performing.
Katie
Is this bat approved for high school use?
Ed
The 2013 DeMarini The ONE FU-Dawg (DXONE Slow Pitch) is designed for men's and women's slow pitch softball. It is not legal for play in high school fastpitch softball.
John H
Please confirm it is made in USA.
meat
The 2013 DeMarini The ONE FU-Dawg (DXONE) is assembled in the United States.
Kara
I play with the DeBeer Clincher Corker (CF12) balls, and looking into the FU-Dawg. How would this bat perform with those balls, and more broadly, would you suggest any other bats that would be just as good (if not better) for those Corkers?
Greg
The DeMarini The ONE FU-Dawg (DXONE) would work well with the DeBeer Clincher balls. It is a very high performing bat that is very durable.
Kara
Is this a single wall bat usable in a sing wall league?
Ccapra
The DeMarini The ONE FU-Dawg (DXONE) is a double wall bat.
Kara
I use a 34-28. If I buy a 34-30, how big of a difference will that make?
killakris
If you buy the DeMarini The ONE FU-Dawg: DXONE Slow Pitch in a 30 oz. instead of your usual 28 oz. you would definitely be able to feel the 2 oz. weight increase. The barrel of the bat may feel heavier and could possibly slow down your swing.
Brandon
I am a 27-28 ounce bat guy. What size should I use for this particular bat?
iron man
The DeMarini The ONE FU-Dawg (DXONE) is slightly end loaded. If you typically swing a balanced 27 oz. bat, we recommend to go down to a 26 oz. end loaded bat.
Kara
I want this bat but I play with .44 balls will this be okay or would you recommend to not get this bat
ironman
The 2013 DeMarini The ONE FU-Dawg (DXONE), and any model with the new ASA stamp, are created for the softer, low compression 50 and 52 COR softballs. If used with the harder 44 COR softballs, the FU-Dawg will perform well, but will be more susceptible to cracking and denting. Bats with the older ASA stamp will hold up better with the high compression balls, but won't be as high performing.
Tessa L.
I would like to know about the FU-DOG. Will it hit the 52 core ball? What model of this year's DeMarini bat line can compare? Thank you.
jj torres
The 2014 DeMarini The ONE (DXONE Slow Pitch Softball Bat) would most closely resemble the DeMarini The ONE FU-Dawg (DXONE Slow Pitch). Both of these bats will hit the .52 core balls very well.
Brandon
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In 1992, DeMarini Sports had something to celebrate. The three-year-old company had climbed a rung on the proverbial ladder of success, moving its world headquarters from a dirt-floored barn to a slightly larger metal shack. "It was a big move for us," recalled Ray DeMarini from the batting cage of DeMarini Sport’s present-day Bat Industrial Complex. "The new shop was larger, more storm resistant, and -best of all- it had a heater."

In the early days, DeMarini Sports hardly made a blip on the radar screen of softball. With no retailers and virtually no advertising budget, DeMarini grew steadily by selling high-performance bats directly to customers. While established companies made "juiced" bats for the pros and ordinary bats for the public, DeMarini focused on making one line of high-performance bats for pros and amateurs alike. This approach, combined with a passion for the sport, led to the greatest innovation in softball history - the world’s first multi-wall bat: the DeMarini Doublewall.

Released in 1993, the DeMarini Doublewall was the world’s first multi-wall bat. Like a modern golf driver or oversized tennis racket, the Doublewall had a giant "sweetspot," which allowed average players to hit like pros. DeMarini’s sales exploded, and before long opposing bat manufacturers to notice. DeMarini - a homegrown company led by a softball fanatic - had shaken the establishment silly.

To understand the rise of the DeMarini Dynasty, you need to know Ray DeMarini. A cult hero among avid players, Ray DeMarini emerged on the professional softball scene at the age of 40, a veritable geriatric among younger players. With a scientific approach to training, a batting speed of 96 miles-per-hour and a bombastic attitude, DeMarini fast earned a reputation as a savage competitor.

In June of 1987, ESPN launched a nationwide search for a hardcore player to advise on a series of instructional softball videos. When approached by producer Erich Lytle, the biggest boys in softball repeatedly spoke of a five-foot-seven softball giant—Ray DeMarini. DeMarini had mastered reflex hitting, a technique that drops the ball squarely between the infield and outfield. Impressed with DeMarini's knowledge and scientific approach to training, Lytle not only hired Ray as an advisor—he hired him as the host. Together, they produced Ray DeMarini's Reflex Hitting System, ESPN's most successful home video to date.

Having garnered national recognition through ESPN, Ray turned his efforts toward designing a high-performance bat for the masses. To accomplish this, he needed an engineer. "Not just an engineer," he said, "but a boot-strapping rocket scientist who could build an empire with pocket change." Ray's call was answered by Mike Eggiman. Having grown up on a farm, Eggiman was adept at making the most of a situation. Case in point: the company's first piece of automated bat-making equipment had the heart of an abandoned washing machine.

With Eggiman as Chief Engineer, DeMarini Sports delivered a series of industry firsts: the first multi-wall bat (Doublewall Distance), the first high-performance bat for massive players (Fatboy) and the first high-performance youth bat (Black Coyote).

In 2000, DeMarini joined forces with Wilson Sporting Goods to develop the next generation of hitting technology. Ray believed it was a perfect fit, as both companies shared a vision of developing game-enhancing equipment for avid players. What’s more, the companies had complimentary products: Wilson was the leader in gloves, balls and protective gear, while DeMarini made the world’s finest bats. According to Chris Considine, Vice President/General Manager of Wilson Sporting Goods: "The thing that struck me most about DeMarini was their passion for sports and their true competitiveness.

Within a year, DeMarini unveiled the industry’s first concept bat, the $35,000 F1. Secured under lock and key at the DeMarini Bat Industrial Complex in Hillsboro, Oregon, the F1 served as a technological storehouse for future products, including DeMarini’s landmark Half & Half system.

In December 2001, 12 years after the genesis of DeMarini Sports, Ray DeMarini died of cancer in his Northwest Portland home. He was 55. The next summer, the Portland Metro Softball Association paid homage to the “King of Softball” with the dedication of Ray DeMarini Field. Formerly known as Delta #1, the field was DeMarini’s favorite place to test bats during the early days of business. Ray DeMarini—bat maker and player extraordinaire—was remembered for his high-performance softball bats and unwavering encouragement of everyday players. Today, a 40-foot sign announcing RAY DEMARINI FIELD graces the outfield, and an interpretive display chronicling Ray’s life greets players as they register for games.

More "Insane Dedication to Performance" is in store for tomorrow.

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DeMarini The ONE FU-Dawg Slow Pitch Softball Bat: DXONE
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