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Real name:
Michael Adair

Location:
Rancho Santa Margarita, CA

Division:
Men's 60

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July 18, 2014
softball4b
Topic: Tournaments
Discussion: Temecula August 2nd

Studs n Duds will be putting in a 60 team in this event. If you are 60 and interested in getting some work in before Sacramento. 12 player limit, so you have to play. No more spots for DHs. We have 8 confirmed. Contact me at softball4b@aol.com. Mike Adair
July 17, 2014
softball4b
Topic: General and miscellaneous
Discussion: Results of the SCSSA Beach Bash 2014 - San Clemente CA July 12-13

The GSC 60 Team had a great time playing in San Clemente this past weekend. The competition was very competitive and we enjoyed playing new teams. The only down side to the weekend was in the last game we accidentally went up the middle 3 or 4 times and thankfully, Got The Runs pitcher was as good of a defensive player as he was a pitcher. We look forward to returning next year.

Mike Adair
July 12, 2014
softball4b
Topic: General and miscellaneous
Discussion: Update on Webbie's new knee?

Camp Pendleton is conducting shooting exercises this weekend. At least that was the story in the paper. Actually, it is a Webbie sighting. The loud booms were caused by the balls coming off Webbie's bat at BP on Friday. Saturday he will debuting his talents,as a guest player for GSC 60 at Richard Steed park in San Clemente.

July 10, 2014
softball4b
Topic: General and miscellaneous
Discussion: Patty Mac

Sent Patty a text. GSC 60M+ will keep he and his family in our prayers. Get well Big Boy.

Mike Adair
June 18, 2014
softball4b
Topic: General and miscellaneous
Discussion: Hitting

Who Dat....What Dear....
June 12, 2014
softball4b
Topic: General and miscellaneous
Discussion: June, 1970

I grew up in LA, Lower Arkansas. I came home on vacation and was asked to play in a softball tourney so far in the woods they had to pump in sunshine. We are playing late Sun afternoon with the sun setting on a field with no lights. I am in left field, yes I used to play outfield, I was only 220 at the time. The ball was hit to me, as it is coming toward me I hear tic.tic.tic. I could not figure out what was making the sound until I caught the ball. It was covered in smashed horse flys. Those buggers were huge. About that time the horse flys found me. Before the inning was over it looked like I had been hit with birdshot, between the bug splats and the blood spots, I was a mess. Thank goodness we got run ruled and I got in my car and headed back to civilization.

Another time I was late for a tourney and was taking the back roads to get there. I was even later because there was a gator sunning himself in the road and there was no shoulder, just bayou. No was would my Toyota celica be a match for him, so I had to wait until a trucker came by and dieseled him out of the way.
June 11, 2014
softball4b
Topic: General and miscellaneous
Discussion: Update on Webbie's new knee?

Webbie is playing, he called me last week to tell me about his triple, then tell me about his double, then tell me about the time he went 5 for 3 with 4 HRS, then about area 51....he will respond, but he has removed his brace and is feeling frisky.
June 6, 2014
softball4b
Topic: General and miscellaneous
Discussion: Photos Rock n Reno

Who was taking pictures at the tourney?
June 6, 2014
softball4b
Topic: General and miscellaneous
Discussion: Pickle Juice

2 tablespoons of mustard will also do the trick.
May 26, 2014
softball4b
Topic: Tournaments
Discussion: Seriously Rock N Reno

My thanks to SSUSA, Dave Dowell, and to the Reno Tourist Board for such a great weekend of softball. The venue was great and the weather even better.

We were especially blessed to be able to share a Oyster Fest with the Old Dawgs Friday nite. To bad the the oysters wound up in Nashville, but we made due with BYOM, bring your own meat, and some excellent elk stew provided by Vern Fowler.

This is what softball is all about friends off the field, competitors on it. The final score in the championship game was not indicative of how close every game in the tournament was. Walk offs were the norm, not the exception. The Old Dawgs were a little flat after a hard fought victory over Chainlink and we brought our gloves to the game not just our bats, always a good combination.

For me personally, I was so humbled, as I and my teammates were approached by many this weekend,commenting on the verse on our jerseys. Philippians 4.13 I can do all things through Christ which strengthen me.

Mike Adair



May 9, 2014
softball4b
Topic: Tournaments
Discussion: Southwest Championship results

Okay it was 3 and it was in a row and he would have had a chance for a 4th but Tobin would not stop at 3rd so there were only 2 on when hit a double. 14 RBIs one game, STUDLY.
May 5, 2014
softball4b
Topic: Tournaments
Discussion: Southwest Championship results

I only want to know if they are going to publish that Alvin Tate hit FOUR GRAND SLAMS IN ONE GAME.
April 28, 2014
softball4b
Topic: Tournaments
Discussion: Southwest Championship results

Excellent competition in the 60M+ division. Parity will be the norm throughout the year for this division. Chainlink was a little bit of an unknown prior to this tourney, but no more. Excellent blend of experienced and young 60 guys.

Prayers and blessings for Bob Looney of TopGun after taking one to the forehead on Saturday. Nice shiner and stiches. Played on Sunday and kept the book. What did you expect, Retired Seal.

Except for the wind day, close games with excellent defense by all teams.

April 2, 2014
softball4b
Topic: Teams looking for players
Discussion: Hemet April 12-13

I have 12 for this tourney looking for a 13th. If your team is not playing this weekend and you want the work, you have a place. I mean seriously you really don't want to work on your taxes this weekend anyway.
April 2, 2014
softball4b
Topic: Rules of the game
Discussion: OBSTRUCTION

And you had to ask that question Why.....Kind of like talking to my ex-wife...but, Honey you told me to pick up the kids unless you said not to...I told you to pick up the kids after you fixed the fence...did you fix the fence..and it went nowhere after that....at least the kids did not have to walk home from school.
April 1, 2014
softball4b
Topic: Teams looking for players
Discussion: Hemet April 12-13

Studs n Duds playing in this tournament. We have 12 looking for two more players. We will be playing 55M. 2 of us are already vying for the catcher/DH/Buffet position, need position players.

softball4b@aol.com
April 1, 2014
softball4b
Topic: Bats
Discussion: Introducing the latest technology

Or Prime rib.
April 1, 2014
softball4b
Topic: Bats
Discussion: Introducing the latest technology

You can sure tell when a guy is laid up and can't play ball. I would maybe believe this if it was coming from Imlay or Bogie, but Webbie. I am surprised it did not have a built in feature to find the nearest beer.
March 25, 2014
softball4b
Topic: Tournaments
Discussion: Spring Worlds Mesquite

Top Gun / DK won 60 major. DoublePlay55 won 55Major. I see +++++ coming.
March 13, 2014
softball4b
Topic: Bats
Discussion: New senior bats

The GSC P413 has been added to the approved bat list.
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