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Jan. 21, 2014
Crusher 70
Topic: General and miscellaneous
Discussion: Swing Makeover #12.Using a Double Knobcuff for max power and the 70's Senior Bomb Squad from St. Petersburg, Fl

Bogie: Looking forward to getting together with you and the other "Bombers"
In Vegas. First tournament of the year for our 75 San Francisco Seals is in a few weeks in Palm Springs. Can't wait to get back in action! Long balls forever! Crusher
July 30, 2010
Crusher 70
Topic: General and miscellaneous
Discussion: It can't happen to me?

Kevin: Get yourself well buddy! Looking forward to again seeing you bouncing it off the bat a couple of times and then blasting it out of the park! It was great fun when we were testing the protos of Mike's bat. My thoughts and prayers are coming your way. "Crusher" 70' Sidewinders
Sept. 11, 2009
Crusher 70
Topic: Website comments
Discussion: fickel seniors

Hey Joe; Can't wait to see our "Bombsquad" DVD! I'll be in Las Vegas with the 70 Sidewinders in a few weeks. Several other "Bombsquad" members will also be there. We can have a party and and watch it together. Should be good for some friendly critiques! "Long balls forever!"
"Crusher"
Feb. 9, 2008
Crusher 70
Topic: Bats
Discussion: New Rip-It comin' around the bend

Hey Joe; If your going to send those bats to Bash get me in on the action too! Looking forward to seeing you at some tournaments this Spring. Long "taters" forever!

Crusher
Sept. 11, 2007
Crusher 70
Topic: General and miscellaneous
Discussion: Senior Bomb squad of Seattle

Bash; A separate round of kudos to you for organizing a great event! I know you spent a lot of time organizing the "Senior Bomb Squad". You got your payback though. The smile on your face said it all when you blasted it off the ice rink wall! how's that for poetry? Keep those long balls flying!

Crusher
Sept. 10, 2007
Crusher 70
Topic: General and miscellaneous
Discussion: Senior Bomb squad of Seattle

Bogie.Bash,Einstein,Tommy.Jimmie D. and Bud:
Thanks for picking me as a member of the "Senior Bomb Squad". I really enjoyed hitting with you guys last week. What a great way to get together and do what we love best. Bogie, thanks for the tip on the dominant hand/arm push. As we saw ,the results were immediate. I'll continue to practice it in Arizona this winter. Bogie, some of the bombs you hit onto the roof were amazing! Bud, great pitching, and you hit some great line shots up the middle! Einstein, or is it "Mr. 400' ? I'll see you in the World Masters in Vegas in two weeks. We can hoist a few and I can enjoy your rendition of "Lazy Mary" and also swapa few more tall tales. Tommy and Jimmie, keep hitting those line shots! Long "taters" forever.

Jim "Crusher" Douglas , Joeseppi's 70's
Oct. 22, 2006
Crusher 70
Topic: General and miscellaneous
Discussion: Tell us your superstitions and quirky things before or during games

When I'm on dec k , I will pick up the batter's bat if he gets a hit, if he doesn't, I won't touch his bat and the next guy in the batting order gets it. Something about positive Karma----works for me!
Oct. 13, 2006
Crusher 70
Topic: General and miscellaneous
Discussion: A SENIOR BOMB SQUAD?

Einstein; if you're playing in the 50's division in St .George we'll both be there next week. I'I be in the 70's division. I'm the dufus with the mismatched shoes.
Look me up and we can swap lies. Crusher 70

Oct. 13, 2006
Crusher 70
Topic: General and miscellaneous
Discussion: A SENIOR BOMB SQUAD?

Hey Bash: Hope your team did well in St.George. We leave for there this Sunday the 15th. Had a good practice with the freak and decent balls on wednesday. I'm taking the green Mayhem 120 but doubt it will crack 350' like the Freak will. talk to you when I get back and we'll have that practice session. "Long taters forever" Crusher 70
Oct. 1, 2006
Crusher 70
Topic: Bats
Discussion: Best ASA bat

batguyaz I will be in St. George. Bought a Mayhem there last year but never got enough swings to break it in. I never did feel comfortable with it . I use a U2 or Freak in most tournaments but not allowed to in St.George. I need new bat for there. Should I break in the Mayhem or would you tell me what that hot bat is so I can get one and break it in in time. Crusher 70
Sept. 28, 2006
Crusher 70
Topic: General and miscellaneous
Discussion: A SENIOR BOMB SQUAD?

nice to talk to a younger Crusher. Agree with your breakdown of reasons to reach 300'. The big variable though is the bat and the ball. Recently in Palm Springs we used the Freak with a 44-375 ball. Temperature was 101 and even if you got all those percentages together it did'nt fly away! Put the same scenario together in Mesquite Nevada in November when it's 55 degrees and you're looking at 350' + long taters forever C70
Sept. 28, 2006
Crusher 70
Topic: General and miscellaneous
Discussion: A SENIOR BOMB SQUAD?

nice to talk to a younger Crusher. Agree with your breakdown of reasons to reach 300'. The big variable though is the bat and the ball. Recently in Palm Springs we used the Freak with a 44-375 ball. Temperature was 101 and even if you got all those percentages together it did'nt fly away.
Sept. 28, 2006
Crusher 70
Topic: General and miscellaneous
Discussion: A SENIOR BOMB SQUAD?

hey Bash, what we discussed at the field yesterday sounds good, especially using the equipment you specified .Here's to those long "taters"
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