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May 19, 2009
skywarrior
Topic: General and miscellaneous
Discussion: Vinci glove

Would you take $100.00??
April 13, 2009
skywarrior
Topic: General and miscellaneous
Discussion: Good sunglasses


Just wondering if any of you could recommend some good glasses. I have looked at the Oakley Polarized. They have a good reputation but are very pricey. Most of the cheap ones I have tried either fog over or slip after a few innings. Any recommendations??
March 15, 2009
skywarrior
Topic: Players looking to join a team
Discussion: Columbus Classic tournament


I will be in Columbus on July 17-20. I am looking for a 60+ AA or AAA team to play with in the Classics tournament. Sixty two year old, Good glove, fast, good hitter with some power. If any of you need an out fielder for this tourney, please contact me.
Feb. 4, 2009
skywarrior
Topic: Teams looking for players
Discussion: KC Teams

Sorry, you can email me at konza17@sbcglobal.net or cell 785-230-4974.
Feb. 4, 2009
skywarrior
Topic: Teams looking for players
Discussion: KC Teams

I am currently playing on a 60+ AA team out of Topeka. We don't play too many tournaments so I would be interested in doing some more this summer. I turned 62 in December. Usually play left/LC field.
Sept. 9, 2008
skywarrior
Topic: Players looking to join a team
Discussion: 61 year old outfielder looking to play in Phoenix in October

I will be in Phoenix in October with my girlfriend who is playing on a women's team. I am 61, 6'2'', 180 lbs. good speed, good hitter and in excellent condition. I would like to hook up with a 60+ team to play with in October. I played on two tournament teams this year along with two city league teams. References can be provided if interested.
March 27, 2008
skywarrior
Topic: Players looking to join a team
Discussion: 60 year old outfielder looking for K.C. team playing in the Gladstone Tourney

Good glove, good hitter, good speed, and knowledge of the game. Open weekend and would like to play in the Gladstone, Mo. tourney in April.
March 15, 2008
skywarrior
Topic: Players looking to join a team
Discussion: 60+ outfielder looking for a AA team at Huntsman games.

61 year old, good glove, above average speed, good placement hitter, no injuries looking for a team to play with in St. George this year.
Jan. 26, 2008
skywarrior
Topic: General and miscellaneous
Discussion: OK You Gym Rats Out There

I also started hitting the gym three times a week doing weights. I also run on a treadmill for about forty-five minutes when I can't do it outside. You really should do cardio along with the weights.
Dec. 28, 2007
skywarrior
Topic: Tournaments
Discussion: Springfiled MO

Will this be a mens, womens, or both??
Nov. 12, 2007
skywarrior
Topic: Players looking to join a team
Discussion: Looking for tournament team for 2007 in Northeast Kansas area

Sixty year old outfielder. Good runner, good glove, consistent line drive hitter looking for a tournament team for next year. I live the Northeast part of Kansas and am retired so traveling is not an issue. Willing to try out for teams in the K.C., St. Joseph, or Wichita areas.
Oct. 1, 2007
skywarrior
Topic: Players looking to join a team
Discussion: looking for travel team in K.C. area

Sixty year old outfielder looking for a travel team to play in some tournaments in 2008. Good shape, fast runner, good glove, spray hitter with good knowledge of the game. I have coached and played senior ball for seven years.
July 28, 2007
skywarrior
Topic: Players looking to join a team
Discussion: 60+ outfielder looking for team at Huntsman games in Utah

My girl friend will be playing so I will be there. Looking to play on men's 60+ team. Good outfielder, good speed, good glove, good hitter, average arm. If you are looking for a player, email me or leave a message on Senior Softball.
June 27, 2007
skywarrior
Topic: General and miscellaneous
Discussion: Peggy O'Neill induction into Missouri Sports Hall of Fame

There is an effort underway to have Peggy O'Neill inducted into the Missouri Sports Hall of Fame. Peggy has coached the Fun Bunch out of Carthage Mo. for several years and has also played with the Las Vegas Neons and several other teams. If any of you have played on the same teams or played against her, I am sure you are aware of her tremendous softball skills. We are collecting letters of recommendation for her and will forward them to the selection committee. At the present time, there is only one woman in the hall for the sport of softball. Her induction would be a fitting tribute to her skills and dedication to the game of softball. All letters must be sent to the hall together. If you wish to write a letter of recommendation we would greatly appreciate it. Please forward letters via email to konza17@sbcglobal.net
May 7, 2007
skywarrior
Topic: Bats
Discussion: Best Hitter list

I can give you some information about Peggy. She is a very close friend of mine. You will never meet a more generous, fair, gutsy woman in your life. She is amazing to watch. Many people do not realize that she has been battling breast cancer for the past few years. Going through Kemo did not slow her down! She has been playing in tournaments and doing great. Played around 100 softball games while undergoing treatment. She has a trophy room that looks like a women's softball museum. It would be interesting to see how many MVP awards she has won. Also batting titles, fielding, and home runs hit. She has coached the Fun Bunch 50 year old team for several years and has been playing with the Las Vegas Neon's and at present in coaching the Missouri Show Me team. She will playing in the Huntsman games in October so if you are there and get the chance, go watch her play.
March 8, 2007
skywarrior
Topic: General and miscellaneous
Discussion: If you believe in God; finish this sentence..............

Yo Diehard........BLIND HATRED TOWARD CHRISTIANS??? Many of my friends are Christians. See, that is the typical reaction when someone questions your belief. I did not say I hated anyone, I just strongly disagree with the Philosophy they subscribe to.
March 8, 2007
skywarrior
Topic: General and miscellaneous
Discussion: If you believe in God; finish this sentence..............


Snod8 tells me that because someone went to Iraq that I am able to express my views. Although I support our military, having made two tours to Viet Nam myself, I can in no way make a correlation between our military being in Iraq to my having freedom. You might want to do some checking, and may I suggest not on Fox news. IRAQ DID NOT ATTACK US! The facts are that we were attacked mainly by people from Saudi Arabia, our "Oil Allies". We could not go after them and lose our oil supply so we our administration LIED, got us into an un-winnable war.
Diehard tells me that I need to get my facts straight. I believe they are. Got to a library and do some fact checking yourself.

tater50 tells me that I should be thankful. I am very thankful. I am thankful that I am healthy, that I have two sons who are doing great, that I was able to retire with good health. You see, you have the narrow minded misconception that just because someone isn't a Christian, they are just floundering through life with no meaning. That is something you had pounded into your head as a child when you had no capability for critical thinking. I can understand that. What I cannot understand is the fact that as people grow up and can think for themselves, they still chose to have some other HUMAN tell them how to think, feel, act, and judge. Yep, this old Atheist has helped many stranded motorists along the road with flat tires and break downs (many of whom I am sure were Christians), I was in Big-Brothers for several years, participated in the community relations team where I was employed, coached my sons ball teams, and run errands for elderly people. Being an Atheist, I can understand how it must feel to be gay. People get to know you, they like you, they admire your character, your friendliness, and then they find out that you don't belong to a church and don't believe in God. I have had many people in my life that have shunned me because of my personal beliefs.
March 7, 2007
skywarrior
Topic: General and miscellaneous
Discussion: If you believe in God; finish this sentence..............

Let's see............ Thanks for all the people that have been slaughtered in the the name of RELIGION. Thanks for all the Pedophile priests, the crooked Televangelists that rip off the elderly, the way that women have been belittled, the intolerance for gays, lesbians, and anyone that does not march in lockstep with the Christian faith.Thanks for our great leader Mr. "Christian" Bush who really thought that he could change the middle east into a "Christian" nation and as a result has caused thousands of people to be killed and maimed. In the entire history of our planet, more people have been killed because of the "Our invisible man is better than your invisible man" syndrome than than any other. As someone once said "Religion is the greatest hoax ever perpetrated on mankind." Keep on praying, killing, being narrow-minded. Its seems to be working like a charm! Softball websites really are not the place to express your religious slants. I, along with many others, are tired of having religion shoved in our face.
March 7, 2007
skywarrior
Topic: General and miscellaneous
Discussion: If you believe in God; finish this sentence..............

Let's see............ Thanks for all the people that have been slaughtered in the the name of RELIGION. Thanks for all the Pedophile priests, the crooked Televangelists that rip off the elderly, the way that women have been belittled, the intolerance for gays, lesbians, and anyone that does not march in lockstep with the Christian faith.Thanks for our great leader Mr. "Christian" Bush who really thought that he could change the middle east into a "Christian" nation and as a result has caused thousands of people to be killed and maimed. In the entire history of our planet, more people have been killed because of the "Our invisible man is better than your invisible man" syndrome than than any other. As someone once said "Religion is the greatest hoax ever perpetrated on mankind." Keep on praying, killing, being narrow-minded. Its seems to be working like a charm! Softball websites really are not the place to express your religious slants. I, along with many others, are tired of having religion shoved in our face.
March 7, 2007
skywarrior
Topic: General and miscellaneous
Discussion: If you believe in God; finish this sentence..............

Let's see............ Thanks for all the people that have been slaughtered in the the name of RELIGION. Thanks for all the Pedophile priests, the crooked Televangelists that rip off the elderly, the way that women have been belittled, the intolerance for gays, lesbians, and anyone that does not march in lockstep with the Christian faith.Thanks for our great leader Mr. "Christian" Bush who really thought that he could change the middle east into a "Christian" nation and as a result has caused thousands of people to be killed and maimed. In the entire history of our planet, more people have been killed because of the "Our invisible man is better than your invisible man" syndrome than than any other. As someone once said "Religion is the greatest hoax ever perpetrated on mankind." Keep on praying, killing, being narrow-minded. Its seems to be working like a charm! Softball websites really are not the place to express your religious slants. I, along with many others, are tired of having religion shoved in our face.
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