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Old Wed May 18, 2011, 03:16pm
rwest rwest is offline
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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!
It doesn't have to have a stamp on it if it is made prior to 2000. It only has to, in the sole judgment of the umpire, pass if tested by today's standards.
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