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Jan. 24, 2011
FOG33
Topic: General and miscellaneous
Discussion: Looking to play in Flordia

I am going to Fld for the next couple months, Orlando area. Is there anywhere I can hit with teams or play?

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Sept. 16, 2008
FOG33
Topic: General and miscellaneous
Discussion: Let Matt Fahring play for EVOLUTION

ok, we are a 55 AA team. and asked if we could add two players from a 55 AAA team. and they told us no, that is all i was saying. wasn't trying spout off anyting, sorry if i offended you mad dog didn't mean to.
Sept. 15, 2008
FOG33
Topic: General and miscellaneous
Discussion: Let Matt Fahring play for EVOLUTION

I certainly understand the reason and I don't everyone is telling the truth about this getnleman playing on another team. However, we (INDy FOG) is coming to Phx this OCtober and only have 11 players and asked if we could bring two from the 55 AAA Brickyard team that is local and was turned down. So, fair is fair.
July 22, 2008
FOG33
Topic: General and miscellaneous
Discussion: AA Home Run Power

I still think how you can solve solve some of the differnece between AA and AAA and maybe even the majors and majors plus is have a rating of that player next to their pictur. Now I know you would say how do we rate each player, but I would say at the end of this year each player is rated based on the highest level of a roster they are on. Say, a player is on a AA roster and alos on a AAA roster then they would be rated AAA. Also, you could only have 2-3 AAA playes on any AA team and so forth up the ladder. Just a thought. Any thoughts from the masses?
July 22, 2008
FOG33
Topic: Rules of the game
Discussion: Flip-Flop Rule

Well, this is a new trist to that rule. At the Midwest Nationals in Champaign this month we were in a game with the flip rule and we are the vistors. In the 6th inning the umpires said time was out so we are using the flip flop rule. Now remember we are the vistors, so we batted (6th inning) and then batted again (7th inning). The umpires said if we come back and take the lead (which we didn't) then the home team whcih became the vistors still only gets one at bat. So, we get to bat the 6th and 7th innings and if we came back then the other team only got to bat once, the 6ht inning for them. So, using this rule needs to have a clear understanding by all so there is no mistake during the game.
May 5, 2008
FOG33
Topic: General and miscellaneous
Discussion: CHICAGO PRIME 50S AND 55S BRICKYARD 2008 WINNERS

Yes, I agree they both are very good teams. They hit the ball very well and each have 3-4 individuals that could hit it over for HR's when they want.

I do know one thing, if they both continue in the "AA" dividsion with their current teams, well lets just say thing will not be pretty.

We played them both in the Brickyard tourney this weekend and the rest of the 55 "AA" teams were outclassed. I sure hope Teryy H. looks at the scores from this weekend and moves them up to the "AAA" division.
Jan. 25, 2008
FOG33
Topic: Rules of the game
Discussion: Game Suggestions

Yes, I have an idea about moving the game along. I know we don't have a run rule but we could add a rule if the a team is up by more then 12 ( or whatever number) then the next inning is the open inning. Just a thought.

Or we could just flip a coin and go have a beer.
July 13, 2007
FOG33
Topic: General and miscellaneous
Discussion: JC24

This John Hair, Number 33 from the Indy FOG. Thank you so very much for your prayers and concerns for me while I was down for the count. I will keep you updated on what the MRI and doctor says, hopefully I can see you all in Dalton Ga. If not maybe in Pheonix Az.
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