- **BPF 1.15**
- -10 Length to Weight Ratio
- 2 3/4 Inch Barrel Diameter
- Balanced Swing Weight
- Center Load End Plug
- Features USSSA 1.15 Stamp; Legal for Use in 2012
- Free Shipping!
- Full Twelve (12) Month Manufacturer's Warranty
- Lithium Alloy
- One-Piece Alloy Design
- Silencer Grip
- Whiplash Technology For Thin Taper
based on 71 ratings. 71 user reviews.
New for 2013! The SLP234 features the USSSA 1.15 BPF Stamp and is approved for play in 2012! Worth's best-selling big barrel bat is back again this season! The Worth Prodigy has made believers out of millions of ball players with its simple, yet extraordinary design. It all starts with Worth's Lithium Alloy. Lithium Alloy is Worth's strongest aluminum and offers players an unrivaled combination of pop and durability. This pop is easily recognized because it's hard to miss with this bat. A MONSTER 2 3/4 inch barrel is one of the most highly coveted features of the Prodigy and when you see it in action, you'll know why. Another reason players and coaches keep coming back to the Prodigy is its balanced loading. The Prodigy Legit offers the most true-to-weight feel and provides little-to-no whip. This balance will undoubtedly give its users more control and consistency every time they step up to the plate. This control and consistency is further enhanced with Worth's popular Silencer Grip that also aims to provide maximum sting and vibration reduction for a better feel. The Prodigy Legit is capped off with a Center Load End Plug that is designed to allow greater barrel flex and 5% more inertia to drive through the ball. Worth: Performance Through Technology! The Prodigy Legit features the USSSA 1.15 Stamp and is approved for play in 2012. It is backed by a Full Twelve (12) Month Manufacturer's Warranty. Free Shipping!
71 Product ReviewsReview This Bat
by DJ - Feb 04, 2012
Pros: very strong bat, very loud, looks great. my son plays 12u travel ball and he loves this bat, worth does it again!!
by GC Storm Coach - Feb 13, 2012
Pros: Great pop, just like all the previous prodigy bats. My son uses 29/19 for 11U travel ball. Very good bat overall.
Cons: Carolina Gamecock colors...
by WildHawgsCoach#5 - Feb 20, 2012
Cons: Bought a 27/17 for our 9U team. Second kid that used it in SOFT TOSS practice dented it up so bad it looked as though you had beat it against a flag pole. Waiting on replacement.
by DE - Feb 23, 2012
Pros: This bat is a beast. It's very well balanced and has great pop. I love hearing the ping of this bat! My 8 year old swings a 27/17 and really likes it. This is our first Worth bat and we're hooked.
by TAN - Feb 17, 2012
Cons: BAT dents to easily....then you have to wait for replacement.
by MWC - Mar 02, 2012
Pros: hot bat. Worth customer service easy to work with.
Cons: Had 2 of these bats less than 2 weeks old, 1 dented on the 2nd use of live baseballs and the other had the handle knob fall off. 7 and 8 yr olds should NOT be able to destroy a senior league bat in 2 weeks.
by Red - Mar 28, 2012
Pros: The bat has good pop. One kid hit a home run with it.
Cons: Only played one game and the bat has a big dent in it.
by bearcats - Feb 19, 2012
Pros: its a worth
Cons: we unwrapped 4 at practice today and dented 2 of them with 8yr olds
by Changeup - Feb 20, 2012
Pros: My son plays 10U Open baseball and just dumped his Rawlings 5150 for this bat. He absolutely loved it...better balance, more power and feels as light as his 29-19. More importantly, it gave him instant "feel" and that translates to confidence in the box.
Cons: All of the new bats look like they're 10 years old after the first travel weekend. Poor paint, chips and scratches easily, and we've had 3 5150's dent already. I will assume these will dent as well.
by Eddie Ramos - Apr 24, 2012
Pros: Got the 31-21 for my son..that play 10U Club Team.He's 4'11" 110#...So powerfull with this BAT..Super Great Bat.And the best part is that after use it fo a tournament & several practice still look like New!!
by Coach - Feb 17, 2012
Pros: Very light swing weight..feels lighter than the 20 oz Rawlings Velo. Confident-sounding loud pings with each hit. Seems to have more pop than other alloys. Just received the 30'' for 10 yr old.
Cons: Lettering and graphics will chip off easily
by TimmyCagle - Mar 01, 2012
Cons: This bat dented on the 8th pitch that I threw to my 12U son. We have been using Worth Prodigy bats for years and this is the worst bat they have made. Do not buy this bat. I received my bat on February 17, 2012 and have already sent it back for a replacement. Do not buy this bat. If you can still get the 2012 model buy it. This bat is worthless
by gman - Mar 29, 2012
Pros: this bat has a great sweetspot and feels really good when you swing
by LS - Apr 20, 2012
Pros: Good pop out of the box. Has a sweet ping sound on a solid hit.
Cons: DENTS DENTS DENTS! Received this bat as a replacement to the white Lithium. First batting practice using regulation baseballs with 9/10 yr olds, it dented in the transition. Still has pop, but it looks like a throw away bat now. Very disappointed.
by CoachInStL - May 31, 2012
Pros: Good pop, good balance. Out hits a CF5 being used by the same kids.
Cons: Paint and stickers are almost worn through after 1/3 of the season.
by Hammer - Jun 07, 2012
Pros: great pop, 20 feet further than any bat we used.
Cons: small dent on first hit, After first BP session, bat looks like a BOAT PADDLE and waiting on new bat, still, still..really he is 9 and 63 lbs.
by SH - Aug 29, 2012
Pros: I have a hard time believing all this about the dents after 1 practice session. My son goes through about 2 per year and theyre pretty beat up by the end of the season, but never really lose their pop. Kid is 4'8 and 105#, 11u and swings very fast. We get at least 4-5 mos out of them. this has been his preferred bat since 6u because of the balance and pop. Probably bought (2) of every year model since 2008 blue/gray. 2009 blue/white was the hottest.
Cons: i guess worth got tired of replacing the dents and decided to alter the legit. well, it's legitimately worse than the lithium. barrel is thicker and handle is skinnier, meaning that they lost the balance that made this bat the beast it was. my son is actually grabbing the S1 first now at BP, his old 28" black lithium 2nd, and this legit gets broken out last. wish i could still buy the lithiums for him. all 6 HRs over last 2 years came off the white or black lithiums.
by cbr08 - Jan 24, 2012
Pros: Lots of pop, and cant beat the price.
Cons: Wish i had 2!
by JB - Mar 06, 2012
Pros: Bought in 28/18. Great pop. If you like the "ping", this bat is for you. Son hits well with it and loves it.
Cons: This is a thin wall bat like the other Pridigy models..it WILL dent, especially if jammed. The barrel never dented. Performance never suffered. I knew the risk before purchasing. You sacrifice durability for pop with this bat. I have one sent out for replacement, and a new one on the way for this weekend.
by - Mar 10, 2012
Pros: Lots of pop! Well balanced.
Cons: Dents easily. Wait forever for replacement.
by RF53 - Mar 17, 2012
Pros: Good Pop.
Cons: Worth bats should be renamed "Worthless". My son has gone through three and they have all dented. The latest one dented after hitting one line drive in a game. Keep the receipt and return info... you will need it!!
by dman - Mar 27, 2012
Pros: good bat great pop my son also plays travel ball he hit over a 210ft fence killing the ball
by coach - Mar 30, 2012
Pros: Very balanced bat. Son started hitting better the first day we had it. Will buy another one.
by Pirate - Apr 06, 2012
Pros: Great pop!
Cons: Dented first time I used it. Took 6 weeks to get a replacement. Second bat dented after a few games. I will never buy another Worth bat again. Waste of money!
by Not Satisfied - Apr 10, 2012
Pros: The name
Cons: The bat has stickers on it (worth and Prodegy Legit) ARE STICKERS!!!! My 10 year old used it 2 days and what do you think happened ....BIG OLE' DENT IN IT!!!! I never wrote a comment before this. Just really disappointed.
by - Apr 16, 2012
Pros: My son is on an 11U tourney team and 8 out of 12 kids on the team use his bat. Bat has good balance and nice pop.
Cons: Scuffs up real easy. Had to send the first one back after it dented in the first month of use.
by ADLewis - Apr 16, 2012
Pros: My son likes the bat a lot. He's already hit a 3 homeruns with the bat. It's great "pop" to it.
Cons: I hear that it dents easily, but we have not experience that as of yet
by mchogs - Apr 26, 2012
Pros: This is a great bat, has nice balance, lots of pop & the ball sounds good coming off this bat.
Cons: Has a little sting to it. Show me a bat that doesn't if you do not hit it correctly.
by ballboy16 - Apr 28, 2012
Pros: lots of pop. great grip
Cons: it was not made sooner.
by DBW - May 07, 2012
Pros: looks good
Cons: we have used worth prodigy for a couple years, run from this bat! Returned one after denting 1st time used, Waited 3 weeks on replacement dented and almost broke in half the 1st time used.
by Brian Dunn - May 08, 2012
Pros: strong and stiff bat, better than any bat i"ve ever had. Is a power bat. Even on a weak swing I still hit it good. good grip no sting.
by PILEWSKI - May 10, 2012
Pros: Great Bat.. get 2 and just return them when they dent. If you can't afford to do that- get another bat. Huge sweetspot and swings great!
Cons: Dents right by the "w" in worth and "p" in prodigy
by The Bomber - May 14, 2012
Pros: This bat is ok, not as good as the previous Prodigies. Worth does make a good product. We like the big barrel and the lound sound. Like the summary says, its for power hitters with a good stroke, its definitely stiff. We have not had a problem denting, I don't know what people are hitting with these things, but no problems here.
Cons: Just average pop thats why I can't rate higher. Older models are better. Sticker? Really?
by WVHTR - May 17, 2012
Pros: Lots of Pop! Lots of Pop! Lots of Pop!!!
Cons: Dented first tournament!!! Looks like is hat been used for years. My sons blue and white Worth 3 year old bat has more hits and has not dented. Waiting on replacement...Still Waiting!
by EP - May 19, 2012
by dhalcom - May 21, 2012
Cons: Bat dents easy. My son dented his first one so we sent it in and they replaced it and the second one dented
by Me - May 26, 2012
Pros: Awesome bat ! It has great pop and its just like other worth bats . GET THIS BAT!!!!!
by mg - May 29, 2012
Pros: it's a nice bat
by ,mk kj - May 31, 2012
Pros: it is awesome I hit 10 homers
Cons: nothing badto say.
by Anonymous - Jun 12, 2012
Pros: good pop
Cons: dents the first week of baseball
by KM - Jul 01, 2012
Pros: Has great pop--
Cons: but it dents VERY easily!!
by deadeye - Jul 02, 2012
Pros: Great pop on this bat. Worth customer service was great. Going to buy another tomorrow.
Cons: First one deadened after about 2 months of practice and games. Replacement lasted about 9 months until it died.
by Mike - Jul 16, 2012
Cons: DENT, DENT, DENT. Bat dented first day it was used, and on a bunt of all things, used bats for 2 days 3 dents that look like golf ball hail damage on a car, will never buy another one
by byaae35455 - Aug 05, 2012
Cons: Dents to easy. first day we got it my 8 year put two dents in it. 10 hits 2 dents. will NEVER buy another one. still waiting on the replacement
by SCT - Sep 25, 2012
Cons: We went thru 2 of these this weekend, both dented, one within 30 minutes of hitting, Used by 9 year olds, major design flaw somewhere, dont waste your money
by ST - Oct 04, 2012
Pros: Awesome pop, love the sound.
by Me - Oct 06, 2012
Cons: Dents easy
by Anonymous - Oct 13, 2012
Pros: this bat is awsome with very nice grip. it has great pop and it looks cool
by Love2Play - Dec 03, 2012
Pros: Great pop out of the box.
Cons: Two Games later, bat was dented in multiple locations. Worth did not honor warranty on the product defects.
by Anonymous - Dec 11, 2012
Cons: Received this bat as a replacement. It cracked in two places after 3 swings.
by Dspjr24 - Dec 14, 2012
Pros: Good Pop, infact so great, I wouldn't rate it, but the website is requires to do so! CONS remmber the Great POP!------>
Cons: BIG DENTS, Game one of the season, and two large dents it needed replacement. Unfortunately it took WORTH half the season to replace, however when we received the replacement, that was engraved â€œREPLACEMENTâ€ I read WORTHâ€™s policy that indicated they will not replace a bat after it has been replaced. I thought, â€œWell, maybe this was just a bad batâ€. I thought wrong; the replacement went through a few games and never the less, wouldnâ€™t you know it? Two dents making the WORTH bat worthless. Not only would I not recommend this bat, I wouldnâ€™t sell it! 29in/19oz being used by an average to small 10 yo with base hit to double power should last more than 45 games. So if planning to purchase for the season, get 2 or 3 depending on how many games are in the season. I could just turn it in as scrap aluminum.
by BBDad - Jan 23, 2013
Pros: Lots of pop
Cons: Add $15.00 to the price to sent it back to Worth when it cracks, it will. You only get one replacement. Spend a little extra and get one that will last the whole season ours lasted 4 games.
by chilidogs - Feb 22, 2013
Pros: Pretty good pop
Cons: dents very easily ,not durable
by Anonymous - Apr 04, 2013
Pros: Decent pop.
Cons: My 10 yr old put a dent in it the very first batting practice.
by TexasLeaguer 9U Daddy - Apr 11, 2013
Pros: Easton let us all down by not brining back the old Rival....new Brigade series is a failure....looked hard and long trying to replace Rival Bat.....This bat is the best thing we have found to date and it is better than the Old Rival....Stronger and better pop......No dents so far...big sweet spot...really great for strong hitters.....sounds like a cannon shot when you hit it good.
Cons: None!!!! A really good bat and great for the money!!!!
by Defending the Worth! - Apr 16, 2013
Pros: I have read so many bad reviews of this bat.....and it just hasn't been my experience...I know I will get dislikes for this, but my son is a bigger 100 plus pound 9 year old that can hit the ball 200 plus.....and this bat has not dented yet.....we have used it for 3 tournaments....the ball flies off this bat.....we bought TPX Omaha and he dented it first practice....just my experience.....very durable as far as I am concerned.
by MVDad - Apr 22, 2013
Pros: Lots of pop
Cons: Within six months my 10 year old has cracked 2 of these, the red model and the green replacement. They will only replace it once. Don't waste your money
by Anonymous - May 13, 2013
Pros: None. Dents with every hit.
Cons: Terrible bat. Dented after the very first hit and dented with almost every hit thereafter.
by Coach C - May 14, 2013
Pros: Couldn't use it long enough to find out.
Cons: 2 weeks, 2 bats, multiple dents and a crack.
by Andres-Chooch23 - May 14, 2013
Pros: Surprising good pop off this bat; purchased at a discounted rate so not expecting much. This bat compared to more expensive bats out on the market today.
Cons: smaller sweet spot; if sweet spot is missed, this bat is not forgiving.
by area 51 - May 20, 2013
Pros: Early pop with this bat.
Cons: DENTED handle, Worth will not cover, stay away from this bat. 3 dents in 1 game, my sons 11 yrs. old. That shouldn't happen 8 games into a season WORTH LESS!
by lovethegame - May 24, 2013
Pros: We have owned 2 of these bats, the 2012 lithium model an this 2013 model. These bats are by far the best bang for the dollar. My 10 year old swings 30/20, absolutely loves it! Great sound coming off a hard solid hit, has best balance of any bat made. No dents on either, he hits a lot of balls with it.
by Sox Dad - Jun 18, 2013
Pros: Get ready to collect balls from the parking lot. Nothing hits like a Worth. All you people crying over dented bats go to Walmart and buy a 50 dollar bat. They don't dent. They also don't perform. If your son is worth anything as a batter, they will dent bats. ALL of them. My boys will keep filling up the ditches and bleachers with home run balls.
Cons: They dent, but Worth always honors the replacements. We have hit with COMbat, Easton, DeMarini, and dented them too.
by Deon - Jul 10, 2013
Cons: My 9yr old dented it on his first swing. Been waiting three months on a replacement. They will not refund my money. Calls every week and they are on back order. Worth is worthless.
by Coach - Jul 14, 2013
Cons: After breaking in the bat, my son finally used it in a game and first at bat the barrel dented. After four games it looks like it was used to hit rocks for years. This bat is horrible! I would not recommend this bat to anyone.
by lm - Feb 18, 2012
Pros: WORST BAT EVER!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Cons: My son only had 2 batting practices and the bat all ready had 2 dents.
by T - Mar 20, 2012
Pros: Good feel good pop for the first use
Cons: Dented the first use
by lcard - Mar 23, 2012
Cons: My 10 year old had the bat for 2 two weeks it already dented
by coach busch - Mar 07, 2012
Pros: yeah, team bought this bat (My son got to keep it after, hehehe) ok, good pop though
Cons: stings a lot!
by Northport - Mar 09, 2012
Pros: Looks sweet. Sounds Sweet. Pop is Good.
Cons: We bought 2. One team bat, and one for my son. My son is pretty small for seven and it dented after about three swings. Whe let him keep hitting it and it looks like it has been hit against a telephone pole. The other bat lasted through approximately 30 swings. It now looks the same. I am shocked. Never been this disappointed in worth in all the years of use. Buy the easton s3 or s1. Please let Worth know they need to send out appology letters on this one.
by Rockwell - Jan 13, 2012
Pros: Great bat , my sons is a 29/19 . It is the most potent bat he has had to date . He had last year's model was a great bat but this is already out performing last year's model . Best travel bat made . Well done again WORTH !
Cons: Paint chips/vanishes easy but still looks like a grinder .
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What are the differences between this bat and the SLPL10?
Asked by Keith B on Apr 18, 2014
The major difference is the type of alloy used in the construction of the bat. The Worth Prodigy Legit (SLP234) features the Lithium alloy from Worth and the Worth Prodigy Legit GX4 (SLPL10) is made out of the new GX4 alloy.
· Apr 18, 2014
I notice in several of the reviews there seems to be integrity issues with this bat. Easily denting, paint peeling easily, etc. What seems to be the consensus on these issues?
Asked by Wade on Feb 23, 2013
2013 Worth Prodigy Legit: SLP234 Senior League bat is a high performing big barrel bat. The alloy used is a good alloy, yet I have taken a few calls about dents. It is now a discontinued product.
· Feb 23, 2013
Trying to decide between the Worth Legit and the Combat B4 Portent, can you explain the difference? And which one has more pop?
Asked by Fletch on Aug 22, 2012
The 2013 Worth Prodigy Legit is a one-piece all alloy bat and the COMBAT B4 Portent is a one-piece composite bat. Both have great pop, however the COMBAT B4 does require a break-in period.
· Aug 22, 2012
Is this the new version of the slp102
Asked by todd on Aug 05, 2012
The 2013 Worth Prodigy Legit: SLP234 Senior League is very similar to the SLP102 model.
· Aug 05, 2012
Which is a better bat, the Easton S3 or the 2013 Worth Prodigy Legit?
Asked by john on May 30, 2012
Both the Worth Prodigy Legit and the Easton S3 are top of the line one-piece aluminum bats. Here is a link to further compare both of these bats. http://www.justbats.com/compare/
· May 30, 2012
Does this bat have the newer USSSA stamp on it for 2013 rules?
Asked by jes on Apr 03, 2012
Yes, this bat does have the new USSSA stamp. It is legal for play in 2012 and beyond!
· Apr 03, 2012
How does this bat compare with the Demarini Voodoo with the cool graphics? My son is 9yo and has used the smaller Worth Lithium in Coach Pitch and hit well with it. Which would you suggest?
Asked by jes on Apr 03, 2012
This bat is a one piece aluminum bat, whereas the Voodoo is a two piece bat. The Prodigy Legit is going to be a stiffer bat and will be a great option for power hitters who have a good swing and are looking to hit more for power. The two piece design of the Voodoo offers a little bit of flex and is great for contact hitters or those who may not have as much natural power as others. Without knowing what kind of hitter your son is, it is hard to determine which would be better, but both are good options.
· Apr 03, 2012
How does this bat compare to the Easton S2 for good contact hitter with avg power?
Asked by SRC on Mar 11, 2012
This bat has a one piece design that is usually preferred by power hitters. One piece bats are pretty stiff and help generate more power. If you are looking for a bat for a contact hitter, I would suggest checking out a two piece bat. The two piece design is not as stiff as a one piece and helps better with placing hits and helps those hit that do not have much natural power.
· Mar 11, 2012
Is this bat legal for a 7 and 8 year old Dizzy Dean?
Asked by Bert on Mar 09, 2012
Absolutely it is. This bat has the BPF 1.15 certification on the barrel, making it legal in Dizzy Dean
· Mar 09, 2012
I bought two black Lithium Prodigy bats last year and both dented pretty quickly. They were coach pitch 26 16. Are the senior league more durable?
Asked by Jesse on Feb 25, 2012
Senior League bats do have thicker walls as they are made for "kid pitch" making them more durable than Coach Pitch bats.
· Feb 25, 2012
My son has the Worth Lithium Edge Prodigy, which has been awesome. Is the 2013 Worth Prodigy Legit replacing the Worth Lithium Edge?
Asked by Rich on Feb 13, 2012
The 2013 Worth Lithium Edge Prodigy: SLLPRO Senior is the new edition of the 2012 model. The 2013 model uses the same technology and materials that are used in the 2012 model.
· Feb 13, 2012
How does the Legit compare to the 2012 Louisville Slugger TPX Catalyst: SL12C Senior League bat. My 9 year old son is a lead off hitter, and needs a good bat with some good pop. I can't decide which one to get.
Asked by 3J'S DAD on Feb 07, 2012
Both are high quality bats, but are constructed differently. The Prodigy is a one piece alloy bat and the Catalyst is a one piece all composite design. The Prodigy is going to be a little stiffer than the Catalyst, but will be good for power.
· Feb 07, 2012
What is the difference between the Prodigy Legit and the Lithium Prodigy?
Asked by JandE's Dad on Feb 05, 2012
The Prodigy Legit has a slightly smaller handle than the Lithium Edgy Prodigy. Otherwise they are the same.
· Feb 06, 2012
What is the difference between the Prodigy Legit and the Lithium Edge Prodigy?
Asked by Dad on Feb 04, 2012
The Prodigy Legit has a slightly smaller handle than the Lithium Edgy Prodigy. Otherwise they are the same.
· Feb 06, 2012
Is this bat made out of the D955 Lithium Alloy?
Asked by kgunter on Feb 03, 2012
Yes. The Legit is made of D955 lithium alloy. This bat has very good pop and has a large sweet spot.
· Feb 03, 2012
What kind of swing type is this best for? My son is in 8U Coach Pitch but is a large kid. He has a fast swing as well.
Asked by Vaughn on Jan 31, 2012
This is a one piece all alloy designed bat that has a balanced swing feel to it. It would be a great bat for a contact hitter with a fast swing.
· Jan 31, 2012
What's the difference between the Lithium and the Prodigy models?
Asked by #17s Dad on Jan 31, 2012
The difference between the two will be in the handles. To me, the Legit felt like it had a smaller handle than the Edge Prodigy. They both have same materials and will have great pop.
· Jan 31, 2012
What is the best way to measure my son for a bat?
Asked by Fre on Jan 30, 2012
You can determine the size of the bat by selecting Youth Big bBarrel bats and then go to helpful topics. There you can select "How do I select a youth big barrel bat?" Also check out our Bat Coach which is listed at the top of the page.
· Jan 30, 2012
Does it have the USSSA stamp on the bat?
Asked by pizon on Jan 29, 2012
Yes. This bat does have the USSSA stamp making it legal for USSSA play.
· Jan 30, 2012
Where is the USSSA 1.15 BPF stamp located?
Asked by frank on Jan 29, 2012
The stamp is located on the lower part of the barrel. Please contact us if you recently purchased this bat without a stamp.
· Jan 30, 2012
How does this bat compare to the TPX Omaha?
Asked by R.I. on Jan 26, 2012
They are both one piece alloy bats, and have comparable performance levels.
· Jan 26, 2012
Are you saying the 2013 Legit is only available from JustBats.com? That is what an earlier answer seemed to be saying. I am specifically interested in the differences between the 2013 Legit and the 2012 Lithium Prodigy 2 3/4 barrel (black/red)
Asked by elevendriver on Jan 24, 2012
No, the Legit is not made just for Justbats. The 2013 Prodigy (White Barrel) is the model that is made specifically for Justbats.com. The Legit and the 2012 Prodigy are going to be very similar. The Legit will have a lower MOI giving a lighter swing weight.
· Jan 24, 2012
What is the difference between the "Worth Prodigy Legit" and the "Worth Prodigy Edge"
Asked by Pokefan on Jan 23, 2012
Both these bats use the Lithium alloy technology. The main difference between these two is the updated cosmetic change in the Legit.
· Jan 23, 2012
DOES THE PRODIGY LEGIT HAVE THE EXTENDED BARREL LIKE THE WORTH LITHIUM EDGE PRODIGY?
Asked by ROBDOB on Jan 21, 2012
Yes, the Legit will have an extended barrel like the edge. Both of these bats have great pop and a large sweet spot.
· Jan 22, 2012
Do you recamend this bat to 10 u full time travel ?
Asked by Tuloman on Jan 20, 2012
Yes, this bat has a lot of pop and a balanced feel to it
· Jan 21, 2012
Will they come out with a 32 22?
Asked by storm13 on Jan 20, 2012
As of 1/20/12 the biggest size we will get will be a 31". This bat is not manufactured in a 32".
· Jan 20, 2012
Will this bat only be available in drop 10?
Asked by razor on Jan 18, 2012
Yes. It is only available in a -10. If you need some help finding a different weight feel free to contact us @ 866-321-2287.
· Jan 18, 2012
How does this bat stack up against a 2012 DeMarini Vexxum: DXVXR Senior League bat? Trying to decide between the two for my son who is 9. He has a great, quick swing, but would like to add some power.
Asked by CC on Jan 18, 2012
The Legit is going to be a one piece all alloy bat. It is stiffer and better for a power hitter. The Vexxum is a two piece bat, better for a contact hitter. This bat will add power to your sons game due to the stiff feel.
· Jan 18, 2012
Will the 2012 go on sale with 2013's out now?
Asked by talllguy on Jan 16, 2012
We don't have an estimated time when the 2012 models will go on sale. If you're on our email list we will notify you on upcoming sales.
· Jan 17, 2012
I noticed the Legit (SLP234) sounds different than last years model(102). Is there a difference in the alloy?
Asked by cuz on Jan 16, 2012
All the Prodigy's have Worth's Lithium Alloy. These bats have very good pop and a large sweet spot for maximum power.
· Jan 17, 2012
How does this bat differ from the Worth Prodigy SL102 (black)?
Asked by SEV on Jan 12, 2012
The 2013 Prodigy is just a special edition model for Justbats.com. There is no other differences other than graphics.
· Jan 12, 2012
How is this Prodigy any different from the other ones? Is Worth going to come out with any other sizes?
Asked by pop on Jan 03, 2012
The Prodigys are very similar from year to year. These bats have very good pop and very large sweet spots. This bat is very popular for those looking to add power to their game. All sizes available will be listed.
· Jan 03, 2012
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