Can't say I know much about baseball bats but this one looks good for the money.
Metric Kate wrote (see)
...I need to get a baseball bat like thing ...
To save cost, what about finding a nice thick stick in the hedge bottom?
I'd stick with wood (it feels nicer) but apart from that, TBH Kate, I would have thought any old would do.
Have you had a word with the PE dept or the uni leisure centre - last time I needed one I nipped in and was given a slightly battered version from a choice of 10.
Cardiff baseball, Kate?
That bastard Skip wrote (see)
Metric Kate wrote (see)...I need to get a baseball bat like thing ...Er, why?
Well, I'm coming to Black Sail on the weekend....
Thanks, guys. Rocky, you're probably right, but I don't want it to break when it's swung by a lusty bloke and chucked around.
Matt C wrote (see)
Ah, DO get this one!
> but I don't want it to break when it's swung by a lusty bloke and chucked around.
It's a good job I didn't post my original thought. Which was
'Get wood'... <fnarr>
Plus you can always burn wood to get rid of blood stain evidence K8.
BTW rounders bats are shorter than baseball and softball bats I believe. Wooden bats do have a nicer sound with the proper balls too. If just for a knock around then you can always just use any old cricket bat. Even a cheapo one will work. Heck you can even get proper baseball kits for kids in plastic with a sponge ball if you wanted to.
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