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June 29, 2012
Doc
Topic: General and miscellaneous
Discussion: Slowpitch, US National team vs US Futures team on ESPN2 at 8:00pm or ES2HD

Gorilla Boy, Your memory is great. No rambling for me. I knew John Brenner (Zelmo) pretty well. I was there in 1990 to watch and do remember the wind and balls going onto the upper field way behind the main left field...seems like it took a 450+ shot to do that.

Wish Dave Neale Sr.was still around...you two have great stories.
June 29, 2012
Doc
Topic: General and miscellaneous
Discussion: Slowpitch, US National team vs US Futures team on ESPN2 at 8:00pm or ES2HD

Big Cat and Bruce.. I played against Helmig circa 1974-75 when he played OF for Lima Steele and Columbus Worthington Steel. I was with Wilsman Trucking. Of course, Mike would know him best from the (big) Steele's days.

I agree, Rainwater's base running was poor....and Bryson did motion him to slide, but Rainwater was so far out of line.

Beth Mowins seemed to mix up right field with left sometimes...or maybe I was just having a senior moment. I agree too that she was not a good choice for men's slowpitch.

The 300 ft. fence and only 10 hrs. makes it a different game. Plus I believe the breeze was out. Saturday's game should be good.
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