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|June 2, 2004|
|Topic: General and miscellaneous|
Discussion: Can someone explain this.
I am having real trouble with this Tryhorn guy. At a National Senior Summit meeting in January, he tells them „More than 90 percent of the Major and Major-Plus teams are using altered bats.‰ This is a guy that is not only on the Summit but will Chair the Summit in 2006-2007. With no proof. Just a feeling. All of us Seniors are presumed guilty. This is a guy that should not be in that position.
First I get this news paper that I don‚t want, but I‚m forced to take or not have a card. Then they not only allow articles like this but treasure them.
Do you have any idea of how you guys are messing up this great game.
To the Editor of this paper, I have lost all respect for you. You should have been so much wiser.
If some fool states that you, SSUSA are tacking kickbacks to down rate selected teams would you post that even though it is not fact. Come on guys. This is bad.
Why just chip away at the game with rumors. Why not just close your doors and stop it all together.
There are probably some hot bats being used. They should be dealt with. But this spreading of feces is sick.
I am the bat cop and I approve this message.
|Nov. 23, 2003|
|Topic: Players looking to join a team|
Discussion: LOOKING FOR A GOOD 55 TEAM.
Greg, if you have connections to a sponsor $4500 and are willing to platoon we could use you. Let me know.
|Nov. 15, 2003|
Discussion: Bat Standards
Wow, Walk! That was well spoken. I do have to agree with that message. I do not want to go back to wooden bets. I'm sure there is a place for them, it's just not in tourney ball.
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