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2945 days ago

My son is in little league and uses the Swing Rite Home Run Hitter. He's still a little young so making contact with the ball is always a challenge. He is able to practice with this training aid indoors though out the off season (and no, he hasn't smashed Aunt Millie's lamp yet), as well as all season. His swing is now less labored and more smooth. I see an improvement there. It seems that his distance improved toward the end of last season. Little League is still a few months off, but I am sure his distance will be improved. The web address is http://swingritehomerunhitter.com if you're interested.

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3321 days ago

I started using this composite bat halfway through the season. It's easily the sickest bat I've ever used. When it makes contact with the ball, it has a bit of a weird feel. It almost feels like the bat's dead. But it has some real pop and the sweet spot has a lot of give. The ball comes off the bat much harder and faster.

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3501 days ago

This glove is only meant for players that are serious players. This glove is used by some of the best in the game today. Almost all players in the college world series use this. It shows something. doesn't it. this glove is top of the line and is worth the money. you wont have to buy another glove for years.

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3752 days ago

Has outlasted and out performed Nokona gloves bought at the same time.

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3752 days ago

Reall great glove for the $$$, has already outlasted my A2000

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3822 days ago

My son's an all star short stop and pitcher in his league and has been using a TPX for the past two seasons (and one Fall Ball). While the glove does not make plays by itself (the player does), this glove has not let him down in two seasons! At about $35 retail, this glove is a high value for an 8-10 year old little leaguer or pony leaguer. In this age group, you shouldn't be looking for a "long lasting" glove and like the first reviewer remarks, the Hoss will break down after a season or two of good hard use. In two or three years, your little guy (or gal) will be a lot bigger and better, and you can drop all the dough you want on a Wilson A2000 or Rawlings Pro Preferred. In the mean time, the TPX Hoss is a great infielder/pitchers glove for the kids.

David, Seattle

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3843 days ago

Rawlings PROSTB-50. I bought this glove after my other one was stolen. I had the same type and know it will be fantastic. To break it in I bought a hammer handle, a 3 inch 5-16 screw and a cheap ball. I screwed the ball to he hammer handle and then used lanoling oil on the palm. Then I just pounded the glove for about a week with my (Ball Hammer) and it was pretty much ready to go.

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4070 days ago

This glove is just really cheap. The material stinks and the lacing sucks. Don't buy it if you want a sturdy, long lasting glove. The only reason I gave it 2 stars is because I like the colors.

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4236 days ago

I bought the pro preferred glove about a year and a half ago, and it still hasn't broken in. I have tried everything but nothing seems to work. The glove has good leather, but there is way too much padding especially around the thumb. I bought this glove thinking it would last me all of high school, but it is going to end up collecting dust instead. I would not recommend anybody buy this glove, I would prefer a Nokona.

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4574 days ago

this glove is extreamly durable its got strong lacing and leather it just takes a long time to break n but once you do it is the most perfect glove its kind of expensive but worth it if your a serious player

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