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Dec. 25, 2012
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Topic: General and miscellaneous
Discussion: Best leadoff hitter


Ricky Henderson!


Nov. 30, 2012
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Topic: Bats
Discussion: bat


LeeLee

the answer...

has all the answers!

And still hasn't found anybody dumb enough to buy the bat at his price!

Is it hard to figure out why he hasn't sold it yet?

He will be able to sell the bat when reality sets in and his asking price comes down enough.






Nov. 29, 2012
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Topic: Rules of the game
Discussion: pitching screens


garyheifner

You are correct.

Wearing protective gear really DOES NOT have that much to do with use of Senior Bats.

Just yesterday witnessed a short stop get his teeth knocked out from a thrown ball hitting 2nd base and ricocheting into his face.

Wearing a $40 face mask is MUCH, MUCH cheaper than having to rushed to the hospital and paying thousands for facial and/or oral surgery. And worse, losing precious time from playing ball.

For me, I have enough medical problems (heart & cancer for example) that can keep me from playing ball. By wearing protection, I am eliminating as many unnecessary hurts and pains as I can so I can spend as much time as possible on the ball field.



Nov. 28, 2012
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Topic: Bats
Discussion: yellow combat


My Investment Banker laughed when I showed him this investment!



Nov. 20, 2012
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Topic: Bats
Discussion: bat


$375 for a used, no warranty, senior bat?

SERIOUSLY?


Nov. 19, 2012
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Topic: Bats
Discussion: GSC solid core bat senior bat


Maybe they got a great deal on red paint.. |:-)
Nov. 17, 2012
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Topic: Rules of the game
Discussion: pitching screens


Gary19

YOU DON'T KNOW?

YOU DON'T KNOW?

So there is something you don't know...:)

After all your ranting and raving you don't know the COR and Compression of the balls used in the past were much higher than the ones used today.

So a maybe a 47-50 COR 525 or higer Compression ball hit off a DeMo Double wall 120 bpf bat of yesteryear would not be very much different from a ball of lower COR and Comp hit off composite bats used today. Maybe that is why there were no Senior bats back then.




Nov. 17, 2012
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Topic: Rules of the game
Discussion: pitching screens

So Gary19

With all your knowledge, experience and desire to return to yesterday's game.....

Tell us...

What was the COR and Compression of the softballs used 20-30 years ago?






Oct. 19, 2012
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Topic: General and miscellaneous
Discussion: Sliding Part 2


If you want to slide then slide.
If you don't want slide the don't slide.


Who cares.


Oct. 19, 2012
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Topic: General and miscellaneous
Discussion: Sliding Part 2


If you want to slide then slide.
If you don't want slide the don't slide.


Who cares.


Oct. 18, 2012
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Topic: General and miscellaneous
Discussion: Which is the World Series Champ?


I heard this discussion and needed to get some understanding.

The subject was actually how long does a World Series Championship team keep it's reign?

One point of view is that the team keeps it's reign until either another team wins it the next year or they repeat.

Another point of view is the World Champion gives up it's reign at the beginning of the next season.

But what happens if all the players from a World Championship team were to join another team the following year. Which team is really the World Championship team?
Oct. 18, 2012
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Topic: General and miscellaneous
Discussion: Which is the World Series Champ?


Tim
YOU ARE AN IDIOT!


Oct. 17, 2012
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Topic: Bats
Discussion: Take responsibilty


Evidently you guys have never heard of warrantied bats being intentionally broken and sent in for replacement a month or two before the warranty expires. People have been doing that for years and the bat prices are approximately the same.


Oct. 17, 2012
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Topic: Bats
Discussion: Take responsibilty


A couple years ago I broke a Miken Red bat about 2.5 weeks after I got it. I had the receipt and Miken replaced it with no problem other than having to pay for shipping the bat to Miken. Yes there is a "No Warranty" written on the bats, but Miken is not "hard and fast" in each case. From my experience I believe they try to be reasonable about what's fair treatment of their customers.

Oct. 8, 2012
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Topic: Bats
Discussion: Combat Ambush vs Combat Twilight


I thought it would get more than 400 hits.
Oct. 8, 2012
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Topic: Bats
Discussion: Combat Ambush vs Combat Twilight


I'm still trying to figure out which bat to purchase.

Oct. 1, 2012
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Topic: Players looking to join a team
Discussion: SportsmanShop


Let me get this straight....

A guy 50 years old that can run nearly as fast as Deion Sanders when he was playing professional football in 1989.

And the best he can do with that gift of speed is to use it playing senior softball?

What a waste!!


Oct. 1, 2012
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Topic: Bats
Discussion: Twilight Senior Softball bat In Vegas At SSUSA


You forgot to mention that they sell for $200!


Sept. 28, 2012
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Topic: Teams looking for players
Discussion: Colorado Player available to play Vegas


Aren't you a bit late to play in Las Vegas?


Sept. 18, 2012
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Topic: Bats
Discussion: Combat Twilight


Other than the name and paint job, what makes it different from the Ambush or Centenarian?


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