Hey=Smash It Family! I’m former MLB
player Jermaine Curtis and in this video we will test, review, the new 2020
Worth Krecher. This is the new bat by the unknown specimen Ryan Thor Harvey.
This 34 inch 25 ounce, two-piece composite has a thirteen and a half inch
barrel and is 1/2 ounce endloaded. This bat is made in the USA and this ASA
certified, which is now USA certified. Hold up! I need to explain something
because many people are confused when they receive a bat that is USA
certified. USA softball is now the governing body of softball in the United
States this means that from now on you will see a USA certified sticker
instead of ASA certified sticker. Okay so onto the features of this bat. Whether a
ball is squared up on a sweet spot, miss hit off the sweet spot, or hit with the
lower swing speed, maximum performance is guaranteed with this bat.
Due to the quad comp connection, the Quad Comp Connection extends the sweet spot
for max performance, giving a hitter more opportunity for their best results. This
bat also comes with Flex 50 handle. The Flex 50 handle enhances the handle-
barrel connection. The result is reduced lag, added whip, added swing speed, and increased power. Okay So I can’t wait to take sweet with this
bats along that note let’s take 50 or more swings to thoroughly test it out. Okay so on to the review of this bat.
Just like Harvey, you can count on solid consistent feedback no matter where you
hit the ball on this barrel. I really like that this bat can help improve the
performance of all types of hitters and players. So I give this bat an
eight-point-two when it comes to pop. An 8.5 when it comes to performance from
the sweet spot. An 8.2 on performance on miss hits. A 7.5 on sound. It’s balanced and an overall rating of 8.1. I really like the Ryan Harvey Krecher bat. It is
said that whoever holds the hammer, if he be worthy shall possess the power of
Thor. If you desire to possess the power of Thor, this is the bat for you. Okay so
I’m gonna flip it over to you: What do you rate the sound of this bat
on the scale of one to ten? Please put your answer in the comment section. Thank you for watching. I’ll see you in the next video.