Mizuno Finch -13 Fastpitch Tee Ball Bat: FINCHTB13
Harness the power of softball superstar, Jennie Finch, when you step up to the plate during your next softball tee ball game!
This will be the bat that young ladies are going to want for use in their fastpitch tee ball leagues. The design is going to be super simple. It will be a single piece of Mizuno’s MZ-1300 material that makes up the bat. And that material will be extremely lightweight, allowing any young hitter to swing it!
With this bat being a true tee ball bat, we wouldn’t recommend it for use in leagues where softballs are being thrown. It really is only intended to hit balls that are stationary on a tee. This being said, it could certainly be used with tennis balls or Wiffle balls. However, if you have a softball that features a decent amount of density to it, you will want to avoid throwing it at this bat.
Lastly, this Finch bat will have all the league certifications that you will need (USA, ASA, USSSA & NSA) for it to be used in any softball sanctioned tee ball game!
Ensuring that their customers are satisfied is a top priority for Mizuno. And to show that they truly care for their customers, they extend a twelve (12) month manufacturer’s warranty period on this bat. If you have purchased this bat from JustBats and are experiencing some issues with it, please reach out to the JustBats Bat Experts. The Experts will get you the information you need to begin a warranty replacement process with Mizuno.
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- 2 1/4 Inch Barrel Diameter
- Drop 13 Length-To-Weight Ratio
- Ultra-Balanced Swing Feel
- One-Piece, All-Alloy Softball Tee Ball Bat
- Displays USA Softball (ASA), USSSA (New NTS Tested) & NSA Certification Stamps
- Designed To Hit A Stationary Ball Off Of A Tee
- Colorway: Pink | Black | White Barrel Graphics
- MZ-1300 Alloy – Should Be Lightweight In Its Feel & Be Able To Put A Jolt Into A Softball
- Cushioned Grip From Mizuno Adds Comfort & A Soft Feel On The Handle
- Full Twelve (12) Month Manufacturer’s Warranty
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