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May 18, 2013
curveball
Topic: Bats
Discussion: Senior bat 1 year warranty

There is not any warranty. When questioned, they warranty the bat for manufacturers defects, not for breakage.
May 16, 2013
curveball
Topic: Tournaments
Discussion: Rock - n Reno

injuries.............
May 13, 2013
curveball
Topic: Bats
Discussion: What does a rattle mean

Hemi, in your case, it could be too much ring end gap!
April 30, 2013
curveball
Topic: General and miscellaneous
Discussion: 70 FT BASES

Stark St. Pizza 70's voted for 70" bases. Just a better game we felt.
April 25, 2013
curveball
Topic: General and miscellaneous
Discussion: Seeding Games

uda, night games become a problem in lots of cities because of the leagues that have the parks scheduled during those evening hours. Sometimes our schedules "have" to be worked around those various Parks and Recreation Depts.
April 13, 2013
curveball
Topic: Rules of the game
Discussion: Have read different rules for the pitchers would like for ssusa to explain all new rules.

LOL Don't forget Stoopid, Stupid to go with Potata, Tomata.
April 11, 2013
curveball
Topic: Rules of the game
Discussion: Have read different rules for the pitchers would like for ssusa to explain all new rules.

I don't think Omar was whining or complaining, in as much as he was asking for what the SSUSA rule was. Like bats, ratings, and age requirements, pitching is another part of the game all most guys want is an even playing field.
His question was not a TD or umpire question, but one of what a stated rule actually says about a certain movement of feet pre-delivery. Honest question.
There are a vast majority of us that follow the rules and choose to play by them out of fairness to others. That would include trying to play on a properly rated team, pitching within the rulebook, and with legal bats.

April 11, 2013
curveball
Topic: Rules of the game
Discussion: Have read different rules for the pitchers would like for ssusa to explain all new rules.

What mad dog said..............plus, if you can walk up a step, will it stop there or go to 2 steps, or 3 steps? What about the speed of the step, or steps? If you go outside the pitchers box with just a toe touching the back line and run up 3 steps, you can imitate a U-Trip pitcher; you will appear to be charging the batter................is that where you want to go?

JDub-I don't see your connection of bats to what has be asked here about pitching rules.
April 8, 2013
curveball
Topic: Bats
Discussion: Monsta Z-Bra

Marv- Got a bud in Palm Springs that's selling the Monsta's, and swears by them. Perhaps I need to get one and come over your way with the team and bang away.

Vegas race was fantastic; we snuck away with a win in Comp and Best Engineered.....................No Rick Houser, I looked for him.

Hemi racer---Jim DeFrank's hemi is on the market, you guys must be chasing him out of the hemi battles.....................
March 25, 2013
curveball
Topic: Players looking to join a team
Discussion: Softball Situation in Oregon

Call Ron Boley, Portland Parks and Recreation, head of softball at Delta Park Complex, 503 823-8566. He'll hook you up with who you need to contact. In Eugene, you've got 100 mi drive to play in Portland, or 180mi to play in Medford. There is some softball in Salem and Eugene, Ron will hook you up with the people. Tell him "the pizza man" sent you...................
Enjoy Oregon...
March 22, 2013
curveball
Topic: General and miscellaneous
Discussion: Tired of breaking bats

HJ, although I agree with most of what you are saying, and agree with types of swing, when I talk about the swings on the Legacy, it was by a whole lot of bangers, prolific HR guys. Although some of them, like Paul Salow, do hit below or above the exact center and avoid the direct square impact, the multitude of swings put on mine after I bought it were extremely strong hitters, HOF guys, known for power. Many, many of those swings were direct centered blows. The Legacy, to me, seems to defy those circumstances...............I'm on my 3rd one, all were extremely long living.
March 22, 2013
curveball
Topic: General and miscellaneous
Discussion: Tired of breaking bats

Swing, your observations and thoughts are same as mine, including greedy Co's and paying for bats that lasted all season.
March 22, 2013
curveball
Topic: General and miscellaneous
Discussion: Tired of breaking bats

My opinion is that Miken already had the ideal senior bat, the Ultra II Legacy. The reason they don't make it anymore, "it lasted too long." I've got one right now I bought from Vinnie LV on this board. It had several thousand swings on it when I bought it 1.5 years ago. It's been to Sat BP's, league twice a week, and more tourneys than I can remember in 2 age groups, used exclusively at most of the tourney BP's, and used a lot in cold weather games. It must have close to 5000 swings by now. The paint is about gone. Still going. They were $299 with a warranty, well worth it. A lot of seniors gave up on them because they didn't give instant gratification, you had to put some swings on them to get them to open up. Once they did, they were UII-like.

Big Mike, how many BP swings did you have on those broken bats?

March 22, 2013
curveball
Topic: Bats
Discussion: Monsta Z-Bra

Just back from Mesquite, out of curiosity, watched for guys swinging the Monsta, none spotted. Maybe the youngns' will have some this weekend. Anxious to see them in action.
Marv, Dondero was a show by himself! Moved here after racing, not familiar with the Fremont St boys................
Hemi, haven't seen the West Coast hemi's in great numbers. Still a few at the Divisionals and Natls, but no shows as an Association.
March 17, 2013
curveball
Topic: Bats
Discussion: Monsta Z-Bra

Marv, I ran against Rick for many years, both in Super Stock and Comp. We both ran Bob Panella motors, he was actually driving for Panella when I ran him in Comp. I consider him a friend, a tuff racer for sure, and see him a couple of times a year. Will see him next month here in Vegas and he'll get a hello from you for certain. Small world...................
Also, as to not hijack, Houser would be considered a Monsta driver........
March 17, 2013
curveball
Topic: Bats
Discussion: Monsta Z-Bra

Nice ride John, from an old west coast Comp driver. Westcott makes it an uphill battle for you guys. you fella's put on a nice show at Indy, always fun to watch.
Feb. 19, 2013
curveball
Topic: Players looking to join a team
Discussion: New to Northwest, Pitcher needs team

Does any other part of the country play in a league where a 57 yr. old is too young!
Jan. 30, 2013
curveball
Topic: Tournaments
Discussion: Spring Worlds Mesquite

You may have to book in both, ones with a 24 hr. no cancel fee...............
Jan. 7, 2013
curveball
Topic: Tournaments
Discussion: Menifee Tournament Jan. 12 & 13,

If you need an Ambush without shipping charge, I'll have some in Menifee next weekend. Just need an idea on weight and BA or FL.
Dec. 30, 2012
curveball
Topic: General and miscellaneous
Discussion: Carl's Corner Story

Latest Senior Softball News, page 3. Played for Carl for a couple of years. He's a work horse, even after his heart attack. Good guy, good article.
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