Welcome to Discuss Fastpitch

Your FREE Account is waiting to the Best Softball Community on the Web.

Register Log in

2020 Quatro Pro Endload

CoreSoftball20

Wilson = Evil Empire
Dec 27, 2012
3,388
48
Kunkletown, PA
We didn't get many regular 2020 Quatro Pros, but we did get a few of the Endload models...looks a little diff that the balanced
version inside and out
 
Apr 28, 2019
135
28
We didn't get many regular 2020 Quatro Pros, but we did get a few of the Endload models...looks a little diff that the balanced
version inside and out
Any feedback on 2020 balanced Pro? I’m looking for the lightest swinging 32” drop 11 out there. Don’t care for Denarini’s so the CFZen is out. Thinking LXT or possibly Quatro Pro. Possibly Marucci Cat Fx Connect.
 
Apr 28, 2019
135
28
Mizuno Power Carbon might be a good choice.
Yeah thanks. I know the 2019 PC got good reviews. It finished 2nd behind Xeno and LXT was 3rd. Problem is they didn’t review Rawlings, Marucci, or Anderson bats. Not a big Mizuno fan but I can appreciate your take on the PC.
 
Jul 29, 2013
1,595
48
Any feedback on 2020 balanced Pro? I’m looking for the lightest swinging 32” drop 11 out there. Don’t care for Denarini’s so the CFZen is out. Thinking LXT or possibly Quatro Pro. Possibly Marucci Cat Fx Connect.
Sorry, I’m no help with the 2020 QPro, but as light as the 33/23 Power Carbon we got is, I’d definitely skip the (-11) and buy a 32/22 if you go the Mizuno route. It’s super light swinging!
 
Apr 28, 2019
135
28
Sorry, I’m no help with the 2020 QPro, but as light as the 33/23 Power Carbon we got is, I’d definitely skip the (-11) and buy a 32/22 if you go the Mizuno route. It’s super light swinging!
Ok thanks. My daughter is 13 and is going to be playing up to 18U this season. She went from a nice neutral stance to an extreme open stance. Aka Aaron Judge, Lauren Chamberlain. So now instead of just loading and exploding forward into the ball she needs to get back to neutral and then load.
Her go to bat has been a 2017 LXT drop 9. Over the Winter she switched to the ASA Ghost drop 10. The Ghost just isn’t as consistent as the LXT and it’s slightly end loaded.
We have 2018 & 2019 Xeno drop 10 but she doesn’t seem to impressed with them. Definitely need drop 11 at least.
 
Jul 29, 2013
1,595
48
Ok thanks. My daughter is 13 and is going to be playing up to 18U this season. She went from a nice neutral stance to an extreme open stance. Aka Aaron Judge, Lauren Chamberlain. So now instead of just loading and exploding forward into the ball she needs to get back to neutral and then load.
Her go to bat has been a 2017 LXT drop 9. Over the Winter she switched to the ASA Ghost drop 10. The Ghost just isn’t as consistent as the LXT and it’s slightly end loaded.
We have 2018 & 2019 Xeno drop 10 but she doesn’t seem to impressed with them. Definitely need drop 11 at least.
So you’re going from a (-9) to a (-11)? Seems backwards to me as far as progression goes.........

Is she a lefty slapper? Going from the pitching she’s used to seeing at her age to 18U, of course there will be a huge difference in speed, I get that. Pitchers are all different, different spins and lots of girls throw a “heavy” ball, hope you’re going to have a nice collection of multiple (-11) bats!
 
Mar 28, 2014
98
18
Ok thanks. My daughter is 13 and is going to be playing up to 18U this season. She went from a nice neutral stance to an extreme open stance. Aka Aaron Judge, Lauren Chamberlain. So now instead of just loading and exploding forward into the ball she needs to get back to neutral and then load.
Why does this change how much her bat needs to weigh?
 

Latest posts

Staff online

Latest threads

Forum statistics

Threads
33,379
Messages
482,525
Members
15,110
Latest member
Rudy1970
Top