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Miken Freak 20th Anniversary Maxload ASA Slow Pitch Softball Bat: MF20MA
Miken Freak 20th Anniversary Maxload ASA Slow Pitch Softball Bat: MF20MA
Miken Freak 20th Anniversary Maxload ASA Slow Pitch Softball Bat: MF20MA
Miken Freak 20th Anniversary Maxload ASA Slow Pitch Softball Bat: MF20MA
Miken Freak 20th Anniversary Maxload ASA Slow Pitch Softball Bat: MF20MA
Miken Freak 20th Anniversary Maxload ASA Slow Pitch Softball Bat: MF20MA
Miken Freak 20th Anniversary Maxload ASA Slow Pitch Softball Bat: MF20MA
Miken Freak 20th Anniversary Maxload ASA Slow Pitch Softball Bat: MF20MA
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Features

  • Colorway: Black | Orange | Purple

  • Free Shipping!

  • Manufacturer's Warranty Is Only Valid With Serial Number Sticker

  • 100 Comp Formula Uses 100% Premium Aerospace Grade Fiber For Insane Durability

  • 14 Inch Barrel Length

  • 2 1/4 Inch Barrel Diameter

  • Approved For Play In ASA ONLY

  • Maxload 1/2 Ounce End Load

  • Designed Specifically For Lower Compression, 52 COR Softballs

  • Double Barrel Design

  • Four-Piece, Composite Slowpitch Bat

  • Full Twelve (12) Month Manufacturer's Warranty

  • Manufactured With Pride In The USA

  • Sensi-Flex Technology Improves Barrel Loading, Bat Speed, & Control

  • Tetra-Core Technology Increases Sweet Spot Size & Longevity

  • Named one of Bat Digest's Best Slow Pitch Softball Bats!

Description

Twenty years of domination! From 1998 - 2018, Miken slow pitch bats have provided elite technology with out of this world cosmetics that any player can get on board with. The Freak is back with the 20th Anniversary edition! Players who prefer more mass behind their swing and extreme distances on contact are going to love this four-piece, fully composite softball bat. Each model is manufactured with pride right here in the United States and composed of the revolutionary and innovative 100 Comp formula. This material utilizes 100% premium aerospace grade carbon fibers to ensure optimal performance and insane durability. Inside of each Freak, Miken uses what's called the Tetra-Core technology that utilizes an inner and outer core tube to guarantee consistency, expand the sweet spot, and amplify pop during every at-bat. In between the powerful barrel and skinny handle, the one-of-a-kind Sensi-Flex technology optimizes barrel loading, increases bat speed, and improves overall control at the plate. Miken Sports: Proudly designed, engineered, and manufactured in the USA!

This 20th Anniversary Miken Freak ASA Slow Pitch Softball Bat (MF20MA) features a standard 2 1/4-inch barrel diameter, a 14-inch barrel length, and a max load 1/2 ounce end load that's perfect for power hitters. With a single certification, this model is approved for play in ASA only and it is recommended for use with lower compression, 52 COR softballs. Step up to the batter's box with one of the world's greatest composite engineers and buy one of these Miken slowpitch softball bats today with free shipping. Don't forget, with our 24/7 customer service, we'll be here for you from click to hit!

Reviews (9)

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Bomb after bomb after bomb Vincenzo player

Pros: Sounds great...swings great...the grip is comfortable...4 piece makes a huge difference compared to my 2016 DC41

Cons: Too many people on the team want to use it, I have to put it away after I hit my home runs...Purple is OK, not my favorite

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Bat has crazy pop Kevin player

Pros: The ball jumps off the bat, highly recommend.

Cons: Not really any bad

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Great Bat Taylor player

Pros: Relatively quick break in time. The ball jumps off the bat. Can hit bombs right out of the wrapper.

Cons: None yet.

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KABOOM! Mike M player

Pros: Great feel right out of the box. Great pop.

Cons: Price... (kidding. price is well worth it.)

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nice pop Joe challenger player

Pros: right out of the wrapper you can tell the bat was going to perform well. got to the park early to get a feel for it and it did not disappoint. Even the ladies were hitting some nice balls to outfield.

Cons: none yet. will report if necessary

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amazing bat A player

Pros: This bat is by far the best bat i have ever used pops the ball really good and whether you are a big hitter or not this bat will make you look good I hit a homer way past the fence line

Cons: this bat has no cons at all

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Awful bat Jon player

Pros: This bat was absolute garbage. For a $300 piece of equipment, its durability is laughable. It was used for SIX at-bats and cracked. Went through the warranty return policy and got a new bat. The new bat broke in ONE at-bat

Cons: Everything. Terrible product

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Great Stick Overall JK Player

Pros: Great pop once broken in. Approx. 200-300 cuts. Similar to the PT Max 2017 , just a bit longer conditioning time. I bought a 2nd, JiC tragedy ensues..

Cons: Massive Shark tooth crack down by the taper / barrel. It was used on primarily .44 core balls which is a no no, but its still functional. Will Probably snap like a bread stick around June. Definitely recommend it for .52 core

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Cracked after 2 months of use Eric Player

Pros: Looks cool

Cons: Barrel cracked 2 months after using it. Disappointed in the quality of a bat this expensive

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Questions and Answers (9)

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I use an ASA Freak Platinum 34-28 end load. What difference should I expect with the Anniversary Freak?
David
The 2017 Miken Freak Platinum Maxload ASA Slow Pitch Softball Bat: FKPTMA features the same unique four piece composite design as the 2018 Miken Freak 20th Anniversary Maxload ASA Slow Pitch Softball Bat: MF20MA. Both bats use the 100 Comp Formula and feature a half ounce end load. There will not be many noticeable differences between the two bats.
Carter
How long is the break in period?
jwebb
For a fully composite bat like this 2018 Miken Freak 20th Anniversary Maxload ASA Slow Pitch Softball Bat: MF20MA we recommend that you hit between 150-200 balls with the bat, turning it about a quarter turn after every 10-15, before it is fully broken in.
Tyler
I hit the Miken Ultra II 34/30 in Senior Softball. How close is the Anniversary Freak to the Ultra II?
Lee
The 2018 Miken Freak 20th Anniversary Maxload ASA Slow Pitch Softball Bat: MF20MA is going to be different than the in a number of ways. (1) This bat is lowering performing essentially since you are comparing an ASA model to a SSUSA model. (2) The Freak is a multi-piece bat meaning it offers more flex on contact compared to the one-piece Ultra 2. (3) Barrel length is longer on the Freak by a 1/2 inch. (4) Freak will feature a 1/2 ounce end-load while the Ultra 2 is balanced. (4) Freak will have a 12 month warranty from Miken from the date of purchase while the Ultra 2 features no warranty. The better comparable option would be the 2018 Miken Freak 20th Anniversary Balanced Senior Slow Pitch Softball Bat: M20BSS.
Cameron
What is the compression testing score for this bat and does that differ by weight? I would not think the weight would make a difference. Looking at the 30 oz.
Ken
Unfortunately we do not know the compression testing score of the 2018 Miken Freak 20th Anniversary Maxload ASA Slow Pitch Softball Bat: MF20MA. This would be a better question to direct to Miken directly.
Cameron
How do you determine which oz bat is right for you?
Harry Herman
You always want to swing the heaviest bat you can handle, while still having proper control and bat speed. Your own strength and swing efficiency are the main contributors towards determining the proper weight of your bat. Best is to just try and take some dry cuts with different weights to see how they feel.
Kyle J.
Do I need to break in this bat?
Luis
The 2018 Miken Freak 20th Anniversary Maxload ASA Slow Pitch Softball Bat: MF20MA will benefit from a slight break-in period of 100-150 swings.
Cameron
Would it damage the bat if used with a .44 cor ball?
Justin
The Miken Freak 20th Anniversary Maxload ASA Slow Pitch Softball Bat (MF20MA) is built for a 300 compression softball. Since the .44 COR balls typically have a compression above 300, there will be a shot that this bat would be damaged easier if used with a .44 COR ball.
Ben
What is the BPF rating?
Mike
The Miken Freak 20th Anniversary Maxload ASA Slow Pitch Softball Bat: MF20MA is a ASA model and thus does not have a BPF rating; this is something you would see with USSSA models.
Cameron
How will this bat do with a .40/275 ball? They are a rock when cold and mush when warm.
Jason
The 2018 Miken Freak 20th Anniversary Maxload ASA Slow Pitch Softball Bat: MF20MA would perform pretty well in warm weather when the ball is softer. There aren't really any bats designed to perform well in colder weather, but this would be fine for that as well. You just would want to limit the use as much as possible when playing cold weather games.
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About the Brand

During the past few years, serious softball players have looked to Miken Sports for bats that provide the highest levels of performance and durability. Our relentless focus on both technology and the demands of players has made Miken the most demanded line of softball bats today.

Although composites are the latest trend in softball bats, the technology has been the core of Miken's success since the company's inception. Miken pioneered the modern high-performance composite softball bat in 1998 and has pushed the limits with every model since. No other bat company has driven innovation as hard, and the results are indisputable. Look around. If a player is serious about softball, they are most likely swinging a Miken bat.

The success of Miken Sports has been driven by two forces - innovation and a passion for delivering what players demand. The results are obvious. Players have decided that composites are the future for bats, and no one does composite like Miken.

Bat Properties

Miken Freak 20th Anniversary Maxload ASA Slow Pitch Softball Bat: MF20MA
Approved For ASA
Barrel Diameter 2 1/4"
Bat Type Softball
Color Black Orange Purple
Deals Personalization Eligible Closeout Bats Bundle and Save
Material Composite
Price $200 - $299.99
Series Freak
Softball Bats Slow Pitch
Vendor Miken
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