Crystal Lake Leagues 2003 Bat
By Don Self
I have taken the step everybody wants to but nobody
will. Crystal Lake has banned all composites for league and tournament
play. Until the testing on these bats are correct and can stand
up to bpf standards, they will not be allowed. I am banning all
composites based on the reality that new bats are coming out that
nobody knows about yet. I am trying to stay ahead of the new technology.
Composites might be allowed in the future after these rockets tone
down a little. I have had very positive feedback from tournament
players that play D, C & B levels. The easton is suppose to
just as hot as the Miken II. Worth is trying to tone down its current
composite before it is released to the public. I hear C teams cant
keep the ball in the park with the current model in testing.
I hope others will follow. The associations need the
manufactures to be successful ($), but I do not. Just thought you
would like to know. I may suffer a little for tournaments, but truely
talented teams do not need technology to be successful. Real amatures
do not need the power when they
have no control over it. Independent tests call these bats "dangerous",
I call them potentially fatal.
I.S.R. Home Page
[an error occurred while processing this directive]