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|Jan. 11, 2014|
|Topic: Rules of the game|
Discussion: where are all the pitchers
*Batters Boxes Do Matter* I think they are key to pitcher safety. Gary- the reason being that it is more difficult to "defend the strike zone" when the inside pitch is truly inside on the hitters swing. More difficult to hit the other way with power, and up the middle. I totally agree we should remove the rubber, it is just a hazard, chalk lines work fine. I don't mind the mask too much, go with the Rip-It. It is light weight, metal, and less obstructive field of vision.
|Aug. 22, 2013|
|Topic: General and miscellaneous|
Discussion: another senior ailment : TOE NAIL FUNGUS !
I'm treating toenails right now with Lamisil, appears to be working but time will tell. Have lived with it for 30 years decided to try to get rid of it.
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