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Michael Boone

Location:
Bridgewater, NJ

Division:
Men's 50

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Nov. 19, 2013
MPB33
Topic: Website comments
Discussion: Al Dreschler - Pace Softball - Suddenly Passed Away

My condolences to the Dreschler family, and his Pace "family", from his fellow #33. Al will be missed, and always remembered by me, and my team.

Michael Boone
Sweet Construction Softball
Sept. 22, 2013
MPB33
Topic: Players looking to join a team
Discussion: 2014 Roster...team needed

I am posting this for a friend of mine, because there is a problem with him accessing the Message Board himself...

Guy5- 61 yr. old NJ player looking for good 60 team to join for 2014 season. Most recently with Bayada 60 Major which has broken up. Played with Promotion/Mizuno, Diamond Pro and for Michael Boone @ Sweet Construction during the last 11 years. Very good complimentary player . Singles hitter who bats in the 650 to 750 range. Play corner infield positions and catch. After double knee replacements, in Nov. 2011 I could be ready to get back in the outfield next year. Willing to make firm commitment to team of guys who play hard and like to enjoy themselves. Please contact me at 908-884-6324 or e-mail guystragis@msn.com.



Aug. 20, 2012
MPB33
Topic: General and miscellaneous
Discussion: Prayers needed for the Dowell family

To all...I am sad to report that Dave's father lost his fight last evening, and has moved on to Heaven. Although I did not know Dave's dad personally, he seemed like a real fighter, right to the end. For myself and the Sweet Construction Softball Club, we offer Dave, Fran, and the entire family, our heart felt condolences.

Michael Boone
Aug. 16, 2012
MPB33
Topic: General and miscellaneous
Discussion: The Passing of Steve Simmons

Steve will be sorely missed, not only as a Director for the Organization, but as the person that he was...kind, caring, passionate, and loved the game of softball and all involved. Our heart-felt sympathy goes out to Steve's family and friends, we will surely miss him.

Most sincerely,

Michael Boone and the players of the Sweet Construction Softball Club
July 29, 2010
MPB33
Topic: General and miscellaneous
Discussion: Lost Glove - Crabtown Classic

To anyone that was around when the tournament abruptly ended this past Sunday, one of my players left a Wilson A2K fielders glove (I believe there was a batting glove with it) at the field. It was probably a bit wet from the buckets that came down. If anyone happened to pick it up (IMS, Eagle Tile?) please contact me. If you do have it, we will be in Raleigh next weekend, and Manassas the following weekend, if you could let me know you have it, and bring it with you, it would be greatly appreciated!
Michael Boone
Sweet Construction Softball
July 29, 2010
MPB33
Topic: General and miscellaneous
Discussion: It can't happen to me?

Kevin -
Sorry to hear bud...you just take it easy and get back to the "old you". If you need anything you know where I am!
Michael
March 26, 2010
MPB33
Topic: General and miscellaneous
Discussion: IN MEMORIAM JIM SHERMAN

We are deeply saddened to hear of the passing of "Sherm". I was fortunate enough to meet, obtain training from, and spend time in conversation with Jim, albeit much to briefly, during my association with the SSUSA. Jim taught me many things, and I am better off for it, as I was able to utilizize his training to assist in saving the life of one of our fellow players. I will be forever grateful for Jim's training and, although I will miss him, I know that he is finally at peace and without suffering from the terrible disease that struck him, but did not defeat him. I am sure that Jim is probably batting lead-off for his new Heaven team, and enjoying himself and the game he loved, to the fullest. Rest in peace my friend, although we have big shoes to fill, we will attempt to carry on your legacy as you would want us to.

To Sherm's wife Linda, and the rest of his family, our deepest condolences for your loss of Jim. Our thoughts and prayers are with you.

Michael P Boone and the Sweet Construction Softball Clubs
Sept. 12, 2008
MPB33
Topic: General and miscellaneous
Discussion: Gary Tryhorn

Gary, for myself and on behalf of all the players of the Sweet Construction Softball Club and the Sweet Construction 55's, our sincere condolences to you and your family on the loss of your Mom.

Warmest Regards,
Michael Boone
Sweet Construction Softball
July 24, 2008
MPB33
Topic: General and miscellaneous
Discussion: My condolences to Terry Hennessy and his family

Terry, I couldn't say it any better than Joe, Connie and Jeff did. My tcondolences and prayers, and thoses of the entire Sweet Construction "family", are with you and your family at this time of your sorrow, Please remember that you have a lot of friends within our little community, that are here for you, especially in troubled times like these.

Most sincerely,
Michael Boone
Sweet Construction Softball Club
Sweet Construction 55's
July 24, 2008
MPB33
Topic: General and miscellaneous
Discussion: Tulsa Ok

Thanks for asking Sr34 (as well as all the others that have inquired along the way), it is greatly appreciated by me as his friend, and I am sure by Andy as well. Andy is doing ok, feeling a bit better now. They have run a series of tests, blood work, etc., and it does not appear that he had a heart attack. He has some follow up blood work that he is waiting on, and goes to see a cardiologist on Friday to, hopefully, find a reason why the incident took place. Again, "thank you" for your concern.

Warmest regards,
Michael Boone
Sweet Construction Softball Club
Feb. 19, 2008
MPB33
Topic: General and miscellaneous
Discussion: Prayers for Greg Holden

Thanks for the info Rich.

We have played against your team a number of times, and I am certain that we all know who Greg is.

It is an unfortunate event when a member of our senior softball "family" suffers a loss as this...Please pass along our sympathies to Greg and his family...our prayers will certainly go out to them.

Michael Boone
Sweet Construction Softball CLub
50 Major
Feb. 19, 2007
MPB33
Topic: General and miscellaneous
Discussion: last week for combat buy in deals is this week.

trumpball, I just looked at seniorsoftballstore.com but couldn't find the bat referred to as the "Senior Combat"...can you help me out with this one. Also can you help me locate the Virus that is selling for $210...that was posted in another conversation on this message board? Thanks.
Oct. 23, 2006
MPB33
Topic: General and miscellaneous
Discussion: Einstein

This message board should be used as a forum to express our questions and concerns about our sport, not to be used as someone's attempt to mock or poke fun at one of our members. We need to police this ourselves, as just one means to maintain this as a legitimate organization, and attempt to better our sport in the process. Einstein has the right to pose questions or statements about "altered bats" or any other topic (concerning the sport) that he feels compelled to discuss, and we have every right not to acknowledge him, or discuss a particular topic with him. That said, the only real way that we will not have an "altered bat" controversy is for the bat companies to supply bats for each tournament, and those bats would be the only ones allowed to be used. At the very least, bats should be supplied at the National Tournament events.

This posting isn't about bats though, it's about one of our fellow "Senior Softball" players that feels compelled to post messages under the id of "EB", and sign his name as "einstein". It seems the "EB" cannot pen a message without referring to a "fart". It's a real shame that this "gentleman" has to make a sophomoric attempt at humor...one that I am sure is of no interest to the vast majority of the other members of this organization. It's also a shame that this moron has too much time on his hands to write and contribute something intelligent to this message board.

I do not know Einstein. I do not know where he plays, what division, or what age group. What I do know is that he doesn't deserve some coward attempting to pose as him. If "EB" has something personal against Einstein, then (EB) provide him with you real name and contact information, and take it up outside of this message board...none of us really want to read, or are impressed by, how eloquently you use the word "fart".

I suppose, EB, that you do attempt to write some meaningful messages, but every time you pound on your keyboard your lower GI tract acts up and the only way to find "relief" is to spell it "fart" out in a message. It's sad, and troublesome, that "fart" is the word that you choose to use most often in your postings. You may want to think twice about that, in the future. After all, by definition, a fart is a term (albeit slang) for "somebody who is considered to be unpleasant, boring, or irritating". Well, I guess if the shoe fits...
Sept. 11, 2006
MPB33
Topic: Tournaments
Discussion: SEATTLE WORLD'S - Session #1 Scores & Brackets

We would like to give our congratulations to the Road Dogs for their win, and winning the "Triple Grand Slam"...quite an accomplishment! You guys played a fantastic tournament, and were well deserving of the championship.

We'd also like to thank the other participants that were in our bracket...it was great playing against you, the competition was wonderful, and we look forward to meeting up with all of you again!

Michael P Boone
Sweet Construction Softball Club
Aug. 15, 2006
MPB33
Topic: Tournaments
Discussion: Congratulations to the Milwaukee Merchants

We wanted to send our congratulations to the Milwaukee Merchants for winning the 50 Major division of the Eastern Nationals, in Lansing, this past weekend. Good luck in Seattle, and against the Western winners, the Roaddogs...bring home a championship for all of us in the East!

Sweet Construction Softball Club
July 28, 2006
MPB33
Topic: Bats
Discussion: Tired of the Ultra

Understandable Gary, but the sheer quantity of bats that are breaking, without much use, is astonishing compared to the other brands. When consumers are left holding the bag, or in this case the broken bat, there is something wrong. After all, if there wasn't, then Miken wouldn't have eliminated their replacement program...everything for a reason! Believe me, I am in no way advocating a law suit, or anything to do with attorneys, I just believe that if you're spending $200 - $250 on a bat it should last longer than a few weeks!
July 28, 2006
MPB33
Topic: Bats
Discussion: Tired of the Ultra

We're getting a little tired of them as well. I believe that we have broken 17 or 18 of them this year...it's quite frustrating! I have heard of other players and teams with the same complaint. Maybe it's time we make a statement to Miken...did anyone say "class action suite" for defective products?
April 28, 2006
MPB33
Topic: Associations
Discussion: Fran Dowell Appointment

From myself and the players of the Sweet Construction Softball Club, we would like to congratulate Fran Dowell on her appointment to the position of Executive Director of SSUSA...an appointment truly deserved!

Through my personal years of association with Frannie, I have always found her to be the one person always willing to go the extra mile, just out of her love for the organization, senior softball, and all persons that are associated with this crazy passion of ours.

Good luck Frannie...you're the best!!!

Michael P Boone
Sweet Construction Softball Club
April 28, 2006
MPB33
Topic: Associations
Discussion: Fran Dowell Appointment

From myself and the players of the Sweet Construction Softball Club, we would like to congratulate Fran Dowell on her appointment to the position of eExecutive Director of SSUSA...an appointment truly deserved!

Through my personal years of association with Frannie, I have always found her to be the one person always willing to go the extra mile, just out of her love for the organization, senior softball, and all persons that are associated with this crazy passion of ours.

Good luck Frannie...you're the best!!!

Michael P Boone
Sweet Construction Softball Club
Oct. 25, 2005
MPB33
Topic: Tournaments
Discussion: Phoenix

I would like to congratulate Chicago Classics Red for winning the 50's Major division, and congratulate all of the other participants (including my own team mates) for a great tournament! It was nice to meet other players from across the country that have the same common goal and interests...going out and having fun, while having the opportunity to extend their childhood by playing the game that they love so much, and possibly winning a tournament along the way! I would especially like to thank all of the SSUSA/SSWC directors for their hard work and dedication to putting this and all of their other tournaments together, during the year.

Michael P Boone
Sweet Construction Softball Club
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