In the game of slowpitch softball, you will need to know the rules and regulations of your league when selecting a softball bat. For example, ASA softball bats are not permitted for use in USSSA play and vice versa for USSSA softball bats. However, some manufacturers have bats that carry a dual stamp - ASA/USSSA softball bats - those bats are permitted for use in both ASA and USSSA play. On top of that, Senior League softball bats are only allowed in Senior League play – so it is important to know which league you are playing in before purchasing a new slowpitch bat.
Know which league you are playing in, but not sure which style or material bat is best for you? Check out our bat buying guide for more information on which slowpitch softball bat is right for you!