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锘? Banjo hitters are always on the look out for hot bats to get them out of the cellar. What they do not realize is that getting on base at a higher frequency outweighs the over the wall thrill of crushing the baseball. At the amateur level the playing field was leveled by having bats certified. The figures and ratios for these different levels of certification were designed to protect defensive players. Once the batter puts the ball into play [url=http://www.portugalsoccerauthority.com/cristiano-ronaldo-portugal-jersey/]Cristiano Ronaldo Portugal Jersey[/url] , the defender only has their glove, skill and ability to keep them out of harms way. Yet even with these protections there are fatal results. Most notably was a promising college pitcher that for what ever the reason was not able to protect himself from the ball being struck. Sadly, a line drive to the forehead resulted in a fatal injury. Ball Exit Speed Ratio (BESR) is required to be listed with all non-wood bats used in the NCAA which is the limit

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