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Real name:
Jeff Price

Location:
Northville, MI

Division:
Men's 50

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July 12, 2012
Pricer
Topic: Rules of the game
Discussion: PLAYER RELEASE

Commitment? Either your good for your word or your not. As a player, your commitment is not only to the manager but all of your teammates as well. JMO
July 6, 2012
Pricer
Topic: Tournaments
Discussion: Michigan Senior Classic

No I don't think we're a Major club. We've played some Major teams and I don't think we are anything close to be a Major club. Great job on the spelling!
July 6, 2012
Pricer
Topic: Tournaments
Discussion: Michigan Senior Classic

TitanHD, what do mean "rated" Major team, not two Major teams? Also, it's spelled Sheeran!
June 29, 2012
Pricer
Topic: General and miscellaneous
Discussion: Big D Headed to Cleveland , Ohio -

GB, what bat do you swing in senior ball? Also, what percentage in distance do you feel the senior bats get over the ASA bats. Have you talked to Schleede lately?
June 26, 2012
Pricer
Topic: Teams looking for players
Discussion: Over 50

He's a good talent, but I think his way of going about playing the game was different from the way the coach wanted it played. The rest of the team agreed with the coach!
June 26, 2012
Pricer
Topic: General and miscellaneous
Discussion: Walk-off Rule

We thought that because both teams were even heading into the bottom of the inning we were safe from the one up rule regardless of game tying or winning homerun. We even discussed this during our at bat in the top half of the inning. Both teams were totally in the dark on what the real rule was and what it turned out to be. Great game to play in regardless of winning or losing.
June 26, 2012
Pricer
Topic: General and miscellaneous
Discussion: Walk-off Rule

I was involved in that game. The rule was enforced differently in our last two games. First game, not one up allowed in the last inning. In the second game it was allowed, but they indicated it could not be the game winner. I guess the only problem I had with it is how can umps could not know this rule and how to apply it correctly. Both games were decided in the bottom of the seventh or extra innings. Great games versus great teams. Lot's of fun had by all.
June 26, 2012
Pricer
Topic: Teams looking for players
Discussion: Over 50

Thanks for all the info, bet most of you can't wait for cookies & milk!
June 26, 2012
Pricer
Topic: Teams looking for players
Discussion: Over 50

Team in Michigan looking for an over 50 infielder and possibly an outfielder. We are solid team that plays the game right. If interested, shoot me an email. pricer22@hotmail.com
June 14, 2012
Pricer
Topic: Rules of the game
Discussion: Any rules about location of safety screen?

Neck. I don't care what anyone hits better with. That was never my complaint. I'm not even b*tchin about the senior bats anymore, it won't change anything. What is so bothersome is you and others want screens and mask and talk so much about safety and not any of you will address the issue, which is blatantly obvious. Self and instant gratification is more of a problem than the bats, but they are really one and the same!
June 7, 2012
Pricer
Topic: Rules of the game
Discussion: Any rules about location of safety screen?

Rik, just responding to an asnine reason for the senior's use of the rocket launchers. Neck, why would you or anyone else think I support the USSSA or any associations use of these bats. Quit trying to make this a me versus you or me preferring one association to another. There all wrong in my opinion as you are in defending them with just stupid reasons other then your addicted to the results they give you. Just say it and be done with it, but please stop with the comments regarding safety and fellowship with the prey in the game!
June 7, 2012
Pricer
Topic: Rules of the game
Discussion: Any rules about location of safety screen?

"A screen would be safer and nobody can dispute that point. The main reason why we allow ultras, etc. is to avoid the competitive advantage to those that use cheater bats. Unfortunately, there are many that do; when using ASA bats." What a crock of crap! If this was the case we'd all be using wood. No doctoring or fooling anyone with wood. You've all convinced yourselves with your reason's why these bats are needed. The national organizations need to do a better job of protecting it's members, period!!
June 4, 2012
Pricer
Topic: General and miscellaneous
Discussion: Gary19: Moving post off screen thread.

Neck, stop being a keyboard tough guy. You can't even make a good sandwich! As far as the hockey, playing year around is starting to look better every year!Say high to everyone back in TC!
June 4, 2012
Pricer
Topic: General and miscellaneous
Discussion: Gary19: Moving post off screen thread.

I quess what I was indicating, what was wrong with the game that someone felt it had to evolve to what we have today. Do you think the alloy dented faster than the composites break? Doesn't anyone else think that the game would be as much fun with the older equipment as it is with the new?
June 4, 2012
Pricer
Topic: General and miscellaneous
Discussion: Gary19: Moving post off screen thread.

Seriuosly, what was wrong with the wood & metal bats? What about the old cork center strung wound balls for that matter? The bats changed from wood to metal because they would last longer in the long run even though the price was increased. Can we say the same regarding the change from metal to composites?
June 4, 2012
Pricer
Topic: Rules of the game
Discussion: Any rules about location of safety screen?

The game is changing more and more every year and maybe not for the better! In five years we won't even recognize it as softball. Sometimes we have to watch what we wish for!Enjoy!
May 23, 2012
Pricer
Topic: Bats
Discussion: Best Method for Breaking in a new composite Senior Bat ??

I agree that anytime you spend 200.00 you should expect it to last a day or two regardless of the number of swings you take. But the manufactures are telling you something by not offering a warranty. If our team did not supply a team bat, I would not be swinging a senior bat.
May 22, 2012
Pricer
Topic: Bats
Discussion: Best Method for Breaking in a new composite Senior Bat ??

Hitt2, what is your problem with my response? My response is and should not be anymore scrutinized as the next. Also, if you take out the warranty part of my statement, I believe all of it is true. I also don't think for a second that the question had anything to do with the normal breaking in of a bat. My interpretation was he was looking for anyway except the normal way. Did you read it differently?
May 22, 2012
Pricer
Topic: Bats
Discussion: Best Method for Breaking in a new composite Senior Bat ??

Anything other than hitting the bat with a softball is voiding warranty and illegal in the softball world. You could have the bat broke in in the time you spend talking about how to get this done just by going to the cages or taking some swings.
April 22, 2012
Pricer
Topic: Bats
Discussion: Need your input

"Granted there is some difference between a REC player and one that plays a lot of tournamnets but,be it as it may a Rec player or a "Tournament player" (as you say)- either or will hit the ball farther with today's equipment." Thank you!
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