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May 16, 2007
Juno
Topic: Bats
Discussion: Batting Gloves - ??

A lot of hitters hold the bat much to tight, this will not allow them to turn the top hand over properly, causing them to hit alot of fly balls. One should hold the bat very loosely, allowing the top hand to turn over easily. Which brings me to the reason for a batting glove in the first place. Holding the bat very lightly makes it very easy to lose your grip when you swing hard. Using a batting glove helps to hang onto the bat better, especially when it's hot and your hands get sweaty. I doubt that a batting glove what ever kind you use makes much difference other than that.
May 15, 2007
Juno
Topic: Bats
Discussion: My Ultra2 Advance cracked in less than 60 swings

Thanks Trumpball, it's one that says Original on it I presume and it is not approved for ASA. I hear it is as good as the new Ultra 2, is that correct?
May 14, 2007
Juno
Topic: Bats
Discussion: My Ultra2 Advance cracked in less than 60 swings

Can someone explain to me what a "Senior Combat" is? I have been to Kelly sports , Anaconda and others, nowhere does anyone sell
"Senior Combats". There are Virus,Anti virus, Da Bomb, etc., etc but no Senior Combats. If I wanted to order one what would I ask for?
July 18, 2005
Juno
Topic: Bats
Discussion: Ultra II Beyond 2005


As a hitter I think it's a great bat, as a third baseman im not as thrilled but I could live with it ( hopefully ). Having said that, since they will not be making these bats any longer and many players will not be able to get one I think they will be at a huge disadvantage, I know we could say TS but I think that would be a bit selfish. So if they continue to make the bat I vote Yes, if they don't I vote no. Just my opinion.
June 25, 2005
Juno
Topic: General and miscellaneous
Discussion: Final ratings?

Question on ratings, We have played in World Championship qualifers in Mesquite and Reno, a World Series qualifer in Palm Springs and a SPA qualifer in Phoenix and we still are not listed in the ratings. There are teams that have not played a game in years, one team I played on three years ago and disbanded is still rated and I know of several others that don't exist anymore that are still are in the ratings. Why are we not rated?. It is not important what our team name is as I know there are several others in the same boat. What is the criteria for rating teams? Thanks
March 7, 2004
Juno
Topic: Bats
Discussion: miken freak legal in spa?

If it has'nt been tested it should'nt be leagle anywhere! Should it?
Feb. 2, 2004
Juno
Topic: Tournaments
Discussion: SSWS and Huntsman Games - Women

I would like to play in the World Series in Des Moines and the Huntsman Games in St George with a 50+ womens team as my team is not playing in either tournament. I am 53 and play the outfield. I live in the Phoenix, Az area. June
Jan. 7, 2004
Juno
Topic: Teams looking for players
Discussion: WOMEN looking for players

I meant to put 40 to 90 years old :).
Jan. 7, 2004
Juno
Topic: Teams looking for players
Discussion: WOMEN looking for players

Where are all the women who want to play softball? We are having tryouts on Sat., Jan 10th at 35th Ave and Cactus. Anywhere from 40 to 90 can come. We are pretty competitive and need players who can travel out of state. Sr Saints/SIlver Saints
Jan. 7, 2004
Juno
Topic: Teams looking for players
Discussion: TO:Jimmie/Rookitos

Jimmie,
Look on the players looking for a team. There is a guy on there that is 50 and says he is pretty good.
Nov. 2, 2003
Juno
Topic: Women's softball
Discussion: Las Vegas Winter Worlds dates

I see the dates of the tournament
are November 22 to November 31st. What is the deal? Hopefully, it is a mistype..... What are the correct dates, where will the tourney be held (what field) and who is coming in our age bracket?

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