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Real name:
Mike Swanson

Location:
Citrus Heights, CA

Division:
Men's 55

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March 12, 2013
swanny22
Topic: Bats
Discussion: COMBAT BANKRUPTCY

Tattoo Ball nice response.Sounds like someone else should not be so quick to pop off.

March 2, 2013
swanny22
Topic: Bats
Discussion: ANYBODY SELLING THE YELLOW MM SENIOR GEAR

I have a new (never used) 27oz bal. yellow MM contact Mike @ T_swanson@surewest.net
Nov. 19, 2012
swanny22
Topic: Bats
Discussion: bat

Lee Lee, Mike Swanson I have a new yellow combat 27oz. I would sell for 300.00 no shipping call me @ (916)240-1295.
Oct. 30, 2012
swanny22
Topic: Players looking to join a team
Discussion: SportsmanShop

Funny thing that you mention Bismark N.D. as they host a little tournament every June that attracts approx 400 teams in 15 divisions(Including a 5o and a 60 division).It is called the Sam McQuade/Budwieser. In 36yrs they have averaged 351 teams a year
Aug. 3, 2012
swanny22
Topic: Tournaments
Discussion: TOURNAMENT WINNER AUTO MOVEUP - Part II

Wood: I agree No team should be torn apart simply because they are better or out work the competition. Just sounded like you thought they had been knocked off their perch.They have won plenty and continue to do so(65 M+).I am guessing when Tim talks about people walking around with 20+rings he is refering to these guys.Not their fault they are just a great team other teams should strive to beat the best not tear them down.
Aug. 2, 2012
swanny22
Topic: Tournaments
Discussion: TOURNAMENT WINNER AUTO MOVEUP - Part II

Old A's still dominate just under a different name Omen softball.
July 27, 2012
swanny22
Topic: Tournaments
Discussion: TOURNAMENT WINNER AUTO MOVEUP - Part II

As far as pulling players from other areas, I am not sure who sommerville has this year but in Years past IOP take the one NORCAL player you guys have been paying for and put him on eastbay or longhorns and I doubt you would be 118-2 or what ever your radiculas record is.
July 27, 2012
swanny22
Topic: Tournaments
Discussion: TOURNAMENT WINNER AUTO MOVEUP - Part II

It seems to me that to grow the top division you would need to regulate the # of returning players to any team that wins the worlds in vegas.Tim has the right idea as far as a set #.IOP 7 or 8 would allow you to keep a team together so they could defend their title.IOP AA and AAA are the two divisions closest to each other as far as talent,why not combine them making 3 divisions the AAA teams being moved to M could pickup M players being left behind( or not wanting to move up to M+ by choice ).You will have the same # of teams just more in each div.making it more attractive for teams to travel to these big tourneys.Mangos statement about drawing from a 70mi.area rings hollow to me what is the pop. of that 70mi. area I am guessing equal to most states along with their bordering states.
July 26, 2012
swanny22
Topic: Tournaments
Discussion: Round robin seeding

When you have an uneven # of teams and combined divisions somebody will end up playing a lower rated team that others will not.IMO you are going to give up fewer runs too a AA than the AAA team even with the 5 runs.I think SSUSA does a good job of keeping things as equal as possible.It's not a perfect world boys play ball or stay home.

March 26, 2012
swanny22
Topic: Tournaments
Discussion: Mesquite Mistake?

Field 2 was 276 down the line, quickly went out to 305 rest of the way around. Did not see an extraordinary amount of runs scored. 31 runs were the most scored in 55 major plus and that was on the big field. With 9 runs allowed per inning in major plus that is not a lot!
On to my main topic, the umpires, we had 2 of the best umpires I have ever had the pleasure to share the field with. They need to be recognized more often! They were Jeff Stewart & Shawn (not sure of last name), but they were both OUTSTANDING!!!
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