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June 15, 2006
xdog
Topic: Tournaments
Discussion: NSA Las Vegas

Hey Einstein, tell us more. How many teams entered? Did they have seperate divisions for AAA, major, and major plus, or did they group all together in one bracket for one ring? From your post, it appears the Thunder took second while Kellys took gold? If all rated teams played for one ring, how did they equalize when AAA played major+, etc? Thanks in advance

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Dec. 13, 2005
xdog
Topic: Bats
Discussion: What may have "ruined slow pitch"?

Softball has always been fun, even when only the biggest and best among us were hittin em out. Todays bats have dramatically taken the game away from the glove. Whether you think that is good or bad it is a fact. Yessiree, more homerun hitters and who needs a SS with range?
Dec. 13, 2005
xdog
Topic: Bats
Discussion: What may have "ruined slow pitch"?

Softball has always been fun, even when only the biggest and best among us were hittin em out. Todays bats have dramatically taken the game away from the glove. Whether you think that is good or bad it is a fact. Yessiree, more homerun hitters and who needs a SS with range?
Oct. 14, 2005
xdog
Topic: Tournaments
Discussion: LVSSA 50 Results

LVSSA 50+ AAA they came:
1) Palm Springs Stingers CA
2) Gubiotti Insurance NY
3) Armand's Pizza MD
Oct. 14, 2005
xdog
Topic: Tournaments
Discussion: Las Vegas Results

VEGAS 50+ AAA they came:
1) Palm Springs Stingers CA
2) Gubiotti Insurance NY
3) Armand's Pizza MD
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