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SSUSA Slow Pitch Bat Standards - Buying Guide

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Today we’re going to talk about Senior Softball bat rules, the SSUSA. If they say Official Softball on the bat, that means they’re usually legal for it. If they have a BPF stamp of 1.21 or under, they’re usually legal. Almost all ASA, USSSA, NSA bats are all legal in Senior Softball. That’s where you find your Miken Ultra 2s, bats like that. Another thing to remember is that if your bat exceeds 1.21 BPF it will not be legal in Senior Softball. If your bats are dented, warped, cracked, you know, in any way real rough, umpires aren’t going to let them fly, guys, so take care of your bats. Another thing to you bat doctors out there, don’t shave roll your bats. Use what you get. You know, they’re hot enough already. If you use a shaved bat you’re going to look at a five-year to a lifetime ban from Senior Softball for swinging a doctored bat, so don’t do it. Any other questions you have, you know, come to and remember, from click to hit.

Check out SSUSA approved slow pitch bats: Competitive slow pitch player, Hobbs, breaks down the 2013 SSUSA Bat Standards in slow pitch softball. Watch and learn to ensure your bat is approved for SSUSA play. About "Our business strategy is simple; get the perfect baseball or softball bat for you on time, every time, exactly as promised. We not only provide you with the bats, we provide you with a winning experience, and a promise, like no one else can." - Free Shipping Both Ways - 24 Hour service - Same Day Shipping up to 8 pm CST - Customer Service - On time, every time, exactly as promised! Questions or Suggestions? E-mail: Toll Free Telephone: 1-866-321-BATS (2287)

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