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March 5, 2007
stonesthrow
Topic: General and miscellaneous
Discussion: softball strike zone

Hey guys, great topic. Read alot here but hardly ever post.
Just wanted to add that I played a tournament few months back that used a plywood mat. Yes, wood. Sounds crazy but you know what ? When it was a strike I could hear it in the OF. The biggest difference was the edge of the "mat".
When the ball hit the edge their was no question about it.
The ball would go 90 degrees. I know it sounds funny but it worked.
Nov. 1, 2005
stonesthrow
Topic: Women's softball
Discussion: Rankings

I play for Diamond Diabetic Products out of FL. I don't know if MN Masters is AAA or Major but they beat us fair & square. First game we came out flat from sitting but the 2nd game was a doozy. I'll tell you, they earned it !! They caught everything !!! Must have been about 10 outstanding plays in the field. 2 bad base-running errors on our part, and the topper was me getting called out at 2nd on a force after the SS knocked down a ball up the middle. That happened in the open inning. OUCH !! Safe by a step.
Congrats to MN Masters.
July 19, 2005
stonesthrow
Topic: Rules of the game
Discussion: Driver's License Determines Residence

Tater, I love that suggestion !! It would stop those guys with 4 "residences".
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