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NOT SUCH A BATTY IDEA: EASTON TO MAKE SPECIAL SOFTBALL BATS
Published November 21, 1995
Easton Sports is working with members of the U.S. National Fastpitch Softball team to design bats made specifically to players' individual preferences. Easton is the official bat of the U.S. Women's National team which will represent the United States in the Games. The '96 Games will be the first Olympics in which women's fastpitch softball will be included (Easton).