|Feb. 13, 2004|
Discussion: PST Max
I still have it. Email me at firstname.lastname@example.org
|Feb. 11, 2004|
Discussion: PST Max
Is there any interest out there for a PST Max, 29 oz., New in Wrapper with receipt? This bat has a two year waranty period. I bought this bat at discount and discovered it was a short shell model. I have since been advised the short shell is for "Good" hitters. Well, after that advice, I've decided to pursue a long shell model pending sale of this one. I will gladly sell for exactly what I paid for it which is considerably less than advertised retail.
|Feb. 9, 2004|
Discussion: For Sale, Used Miken II 30oz
I have an used Miken Ultra II, 30 oz bat for sale. The bat is in excellent shape and was used for only two tournaments. Asking $110 plus $8.50 for shipping. If interested, email me at email@example.com
|Jan. 18, 2004|
Discussion: New Miken II For Sale, 28 oz., No warranty NIW
I have a new, Miken II, 28 oz, new in the wrapper, non warranty bat for sale. Asking $140 plus shipping. Send me email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
|Jan. 8, 2004|
Discussion: Northwest Tournaments
Well, it seems it's time to dust off the equipment and get ready for another season. I do not often see a lot of activity from the Pacific Northwest on this message board but in the event there are a few players & coaches interested in what tournaments we have to offer in this area for the upcoming season, I am relaying this fine website that provides an extensive listing. Also, I'm sure if you sponsor a tournament us folks in the Northwest sure would not mind hearing about it and hope you register it on this site. Heck, who knows, maybe you will get a few of our Northwest teams at your tournament. Check out http://groups.msn.com/NWSeniorSlowpitchRegister when you get a chance. The Tournament listing is updated constantly.
|Jan. 3, 2004|
|Topic: General and miscellaneous|
Discussion: Ready to Play
Premier 50, 50+ from Olympia, WA -
|Nov. 23, 2003|
Discussion: 2004 bats, wait or buy??
I for one have lost all faith in the bat manufacturers after this last year. I have two $300 bats sitting on the shelf and I cannot use them in the leagues and most tournaments that my team plays in. I think we have all been duped by both manufacturers and softball organizations to the point it's time to dictate to them where our dollars go. I recently received a notice form Worth about 3 categories of bats that they produce but depending on which organization rules you play, you still will need a lawyer to figure it out which bat to use. I WILL HAVE TO BE STRONGLY CONVINCED BY THE MANUFACTURERS AND ORGANIZATIONS BEFORE I CONTRIBUTE TO THEIR POCKET BOOKS AGAIN!
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