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    My DD hit one of the end of her bat last night at hitting practice an broke the end cap. I was just wondering if any one else has dealt with this issue?

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    Same thing happen to one of my daughters Ghosts. 2.5 weeks later brand new one in her hands from Easton as it was under warranty.

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    The endcaps are just plastic and light...not meant to take a hit on it or be smashed in the ground like some do when frustrated
    If you had the piece, you could prob fix it yourself.

    But def covered under warranty from Easton
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    Yep. Son was in a bad habit of tapping the plate before every pitch with the end of his bat. That just loosened the end cap, but it was enough to deaden the bat. Warranty exchange, and aggressive change in batting routine.

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