I see the seller mentions that there is no issue using the bat in games if the sleeve starts to shift. That is definitely false. Anything moving on a bat that shouldn't be and any good umpire is not allowing that bat to be used.
Great to hear, thank you. I was starting to feel like an idiot for buying a bat that's known to be defective.All that happens is that the sleeve spins and no longer lines up graphics wise. DD has been beating on one like that since they came out and never an issue.
I absolutely loved hitting infield & outfield practice with a Rocketech, the infielders knew not to make me mad!DD’s first bat was a cute little 30” RT.
One of the dads on the team went to a batting coach that said they weren’t good bats and that Miken was the only way to roll. This was long before the Freak Black. He was always ragging me that if dd hit the RT good, think how good she would hit with a composite...
So one day he grabs dd’s little RT to hit fly balls. He puts the first one over the outfield, over the fence and into the middle of the neighbors yard.
He looks at me, eyes wide and says “WHOA. THATS A GOOD BAT!”
They talk about the 04’s and 05’s. We had ‘em all. In about ‘13 they made one that had a blue barrel and most had the USSSA thumbprint. They are everywhere on the used market, they are cheap and as long as it doesn’t have waves or dents they are just as good as the day they took the wrapper off them. No matter how many balls have been hit with them. Problem is there really isn’t any bat like them once you want to move on to a more conventional bat one day.