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Old Wed May 18, 2011, 02:07pm
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Originally Posted by TwoBits View Post
Explain to me why the crooked handle is necessary.

That Easton directly to the right of it isn't legal. I think I saw that bat used over 20 years ago! I guarantee it doesn't have an ASA stamp on it!
I used to use this bat in baseball some 20+ years ago. At least this handle. I don't think it helps a mature ball player - but for the younger ones it kind of forces your hands to break the wrist at the right moment and gives the end of the bat more batspeed than you'd have gotten naturally.

Once you learn to break the wrists naturally, it actually just feels uncomfortable.
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