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Real name:
Bill Anderson

Location:
Denver, NC

Division:
Men's 55

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June 30, 2011
backlast
Topic: Tournaments
Discussion: 50 Major on Dalton, GA

Bruce, How did you finish up last week? Who one the 55s?
June 20, 2011
backlast
Topic: General and miscellaneous
Discussion: SSUSA TOURNAMENT AIKEN SC SUMMARY

Hitman, I sent a request to SSUSA one week before the tournament asking if we could finish on Saturday. I feel this could be done because of the low turnout of teams. We would not have to have stayed an extra night and could have been home for Fathers Day. I never received a reply to my E-Mail. Change or no change they could have responded. Just my opinion.
June 20, 2011
backlast
Topic: General and miscellaneous
Discussion: SSUSA TOURNAMENT AIKEN SC SUMMARY

You are right about the Umps Don. Our first game the ump came out on the field and the firdt question he asked was " What is that Plate For?" Refering to the extra home plate. Need I say more.
June 15, 2011
backlast
Topic: Tournaments
Discussion: Option to withdraw????

Bruce, We (Reality Check) will be there and were slated to play your team in the opener. Now we won't play you at all due to a schedule change on Monday. We have four teams in the 55 AAA division.Of those four one is a 60 AAA team. I sent an E-Mail to SSUSA last week and asked to finish this tournament on Saturday which is possible. I did this because of the low team turn out and the fact that Sunday is Fathers Day. They never even responded to my request. The high entry fee and the extra day have made this tournament one that will be looked at hard before we come back. It will be good to see you and Don this week end.
June 15, 2011
backlast
Topic: Bats
Discussion: REEBOK MELE DURABILITY

I have had one since September of last year when they were first put out . It has been used in a lot of games by a lot of people and it is still going strong. I don't hit it in BP any more but did early on. I play for team Reality Check and in a recent tournament several guys on my team used this bat. I am a Rep for the bats but those that know me know I would not embellish the facts. While the one I have is still strong I also do not doubt that there are bats that are failing early. At least Rebook has made an effort to replace a lot of these failures.Just my opinion
June 12, 2011
backlast
Topic: General and miscellaneous
Discussion: Pick up games, High Point N C

Would love to but still work for a living. Contact Charles Curry with Charlotte Senior Softball he may know some people.
Sept. 9, 2007
backlast
Topic: Bats
Discussion: What could this be ???

The Senior Rip-It is not an EL bat. Was it a New bat? If it was new then something was wrong with it. My senior has over 800 hits on it and is still going strong. If it was new or close to new contact Matt at Rip-It and talk to him and he may take care of it. Rip-It is no longer making the Senior Elite and they are currently developing a senior bat that will be approved for senior play. I am a Rip-It dealer in N.C. and if I can be of help let me know.
Aug. 22, 2007
backlast
Topic: Bats
Discussion: Reaper bat ?

You have mail Bomber23
Aug. 20, 2007
backlast
Topic: General and miscellaneous
Discussion: Has anyone had a Worth Launch 510 break

Rip-It is working on a new senior bat. The Senior Elite is no longer made. The ASA Senior is also nolonger made. There limited number of these bats left but when they are gone thats it. I am a dealer for Rip-It and this is the latest word I have.
Aug. 20, 2007
backlast
Topic: Bats
Discussion: Reaper bat ?

The ASA Senior is no longer being produced as well as the Senior Elite. Rip-It is working on a new senior bat to replace the Senior Elite. The ASA Reaper is basicaly replacing the ASA Senior. I am a dealer for Rip-It and this was passed along to me. There are a limited number of ASA Seniors left in 26oz and a limited number of Senior Elites in 28oz. When these are gone thats it for them. Rip-It is working hard to continue to produce top quality bats for evry age.
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