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|Aug. 26, 2013|
|Topic: General and miscellaneous|
Discussion: So, you don't wear pitching protective gear!!
Gary, we too have bought a pitching screen for use at BP. Got it from Dicks Sporting Goods for a little over $180. Made by Jugs and comes in a bag similar to a bat bag. Sets up in minutes. We will take it to all our tournaments. I believe our local league will seriously consider using screens next year. We had an 80 year old hit just above the right eye with a line drive. Don't know how he wasn't hurt seriously, but we were lucky. He was back playing the next week, but he decided wearing a mask was a good idea.
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