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brian warner

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Dec. 14, 2009
brian warner
Topic: Players looking to join a team
Discussion: Player looking for 50+ team in Lakeland Fl area

What position do you play? we have a team that play sin the FHC. And travels to out of state toury's. Give Hank a call@ 727-581-2703 or me @ 863-937-7645 brian
Dec. 4, 2009
brian warner
Topic: Tournaments
Discussion: TOC fields

Ice on the fields! I live Lakeland and I haven't seen ice here since I moved here. Except for in my drinks. I was told the last snow they had was a dusting in 1976. Might be a little cool at night but thats about it.
May 6, 2009
brian warner
Topic: General and miscellaneous
Discussion: Calling out the SSUSA staff

Well Curt you your reading this wrong. All I did was ask a question to the SSUSA staff. Which was never answered.
May 4, 2009
brian warner
Topic: General and miscellaneous
Discussion: Calling out the SSUSA staff

We took 2nd in Dalton. Then we took 2nd at Winter Natl's in Ft. Myers. And as far as SSUSA responding. No they haven't and I don't expect them to. I can't play Major Plus. Didn't you read what Audie wrote. There isn't any of us in FHC good enough to play up there.
April 28, 2009
brian warner
Topic: General and miscellaneous
Discussion: Calling out the SSUSA staff

For openers I'm not upset with the Hollis boys or LeMay boys. My problem is with the SSUSA staff for allowing these things to happen. SSUSA still hasn't come on here and explained why they allowed 5 Major+ players from Hollis to play on a Major team.
April 26, 2009
brian warner
Topic: General and miscellaneous
Discussion: Calling out the SSUSA staff

You make my point by saying that none of us are as good as your Hollis players. I don't understand how it can allowed for you guys to drop down and play at a level well below your talents. And to top it off you blew up are pitcher. He wasn't really hurt other then the can of chew that burst apart. And cut his butt up. Should only be minor brain damage. But my question still hasn't been addressed. Are there no rules in place to keep players from dropping down. I mean other then we called a week before and they said we could. I just hope SSUSA gets alot of entry fees from you guys. Because they won't get anymore from us.
April 25, 2009
brian warner
Topic: General and miscellaneous
Discussion: Calling out the SSUSA staff

Bruce, I play for Pinehurst Pub. We just got bumped from AAA. And I still don't understand if this legal. The whole point behind the different division is to make it fair for everyone. I'll be playing in the morning at 8am. Stop by and explain it to me. I'm kinda dumb!
April 24, 2009
brian warner
Topic: General and miscellaneous
Discussion: Calling out the SSUSA staff

We are playing in the Spring Nat'ls in Florida this weekend. Can anyone tell me the rules on picking up Major-Plus players to play in the Major division. We had to play a team Called Lemay Const. a major team. Well they had 6 players from Hollis Apprl. a major-plus team. And 2 of them were the Hollis brothers. Whats the point of having divisions if major-plus players are allowed to play anywhere they want? And not just 1 or 2 over half the team.
Jan. 28, 2009
brian warner
Topic: General and miscellaneous
Discussion: Ratings Changes Announcement Timeline

Brett you guys sound a little to worried to me. And why wouldn't you want to move up with these stupid homerun rules. We won't be playing ssusa with these stupid rules. We are going in a different direction. And to the powers that be. I was only kidding.
Jan. 27, 2009
brian warner
Topic: General and miscellaneous
Discussion: Ratings Changes Announcement Timeline

Brett what does matter? You guys are a bunch of sanbaggers anyway.
Jan. 26, 2009
brian warner
Topic: General and miscellaneous
Discussion: FHC

The net we used was only 3' wide and 6' tall. Because at 6'4'' I was looking over it. And I agree that if you can't field the position get out. But our problem is I'm the only one dumb enough to pitch. If we had a pitcher I wouldn't be out there. Plus as we get older our reaction time slows. The 2 that hit me were on me before I had time to move at all. I've seen 2 guys get killed pitching and I hope no one has to witness what I've seen. Call me sissy if want but when someone you've played ball with for 20 years goes down. 30-300 dollars for a net seems pretty cheap.
Jan. 25, 2009
brian warner
Topic: General and miscellaneous
Discussion: FHC

We played our 1st tournament of the year this weekend. And a funny thing happened on Sunday morning. After watching a pitcher almost lose his head several times. The umpires brought out a net. This was done due to the sun being in the pitcher's face early Sunday morning. Now after watching 3 pitchers get hit Sat. myself included. And hearing that sorry pitch I can't control where it goes crap. I found very interesting to see that after being told any ball hitting the screen was a dead ball out. Well not only did it not mess up the flow of the games. There was never a time when the net got in the way of a play. From the plate out or outfield in. And not once did a ball hit the net. Funny how everybody found bat control today. You so called middle hitters are going to cost everybody the fun of these bats we are allowed to use right now. Or somebody else is going to get killed. Where in the trophy case are you going to put that achievement
Jan. 7, 2009
brian warner
Topic: Players looking to join a team
Discussion: LOOKING FOR TEAM ST PETERSBURG FLORIDA

But if you want to play for good team in the Clearwater area. Call Hank @ 727-543-2760. We to play in Dunedin and Fl. 1/2 century. Along with SSUSA tournements
Dec. 24, 2008
brian warner
Topic: General and miscellaneous
Discussion: HITTING THE MIDDLE

I pitch and from where I stand its simple. Put in the Halo rule where if a ball is hit in the 3 foot circle around the pitching rubber. The result is an inning ending out. That would stop alot of the stupid macho I'm gonna blow up your pitcher crap. And all the don't pitch if you can't stop the ball comes from guys standing about 275 ft out in left.
Dec. 22, 2008
brian warner
Topic: Players looking to join a team
Discussion: looking for a 50 and over team

JC, Brian agian let me know if want to hit. I live in Lakeland not to far from you. E-mail bd.warner@yahoo.com
Dec. 22, 2008
brian warner
Topic: Players looking to join a team
Discussion: looking for a 50 and over team

JC, Watch this Hank close he is a ball player whore. He will make you play left and bat last. Not to mention he will force you to carry everybodies bags to the dugout. Not really I play for him now. We are a pretty good team and everyone gets along pretty good. Hope you work something out with Boss Hog
Dec. 19, 2008
brian warner
Topic: Bats
Discussion: New Miken Ultra II vs Ultra II Legacy

I thought just like everyone else. That the U2 was a better bat untill I tried the Legacy yesterday. I took 40 pitches and hit 18 of them over a 300ft fence. I'm not saying it will replace my Combats. But by no means is it at the ASA level,
Nov. 18, 2008
brian warner
Topic: General and miscellaneous
Discussion: Winter Natl's in Fl.

Hey Monty25 Kayson grille heres my e-mail bd.warner@yahoo.com hit me up I need to ask you something
Nov. 17, 2008
brian warner
Topic: General and miscellaneous
Discussion: Winter Natl's in Fl.

Hi Brett, I'm playing with Pinehurst Pub. A team out of Tampa,Fl. We play AAA, we took 2nd at SPA Nat'l and this weekend At SSUSA as well. Hows things going for your team?
Nov. 17, 2008
brian warner
Topic: General and miscellaneous
Discussion: Winter Natl's in Fl.

We just got back from playing and I have to say this was one of worst umpired tournaments I've ever seen. Here we are playing in a big tournament and all we have is 1 umpire per game. Plus we had a umpire who was calling his 1st slow pitch game ever. Then when we get to the finals they give us 2 umpires, but 1 of them has a broken knee cap. Now how can he do his job. This was all done with the directors standing there. There were several calls at 3rd that he couldn't get too. And the other ump. kept saying sorry he couldn't cover all the bases. But the day before they could cover everything alone. Then the pitchers box. One time you hit the pitcher your out then just hit box and your out. Then we get told by UIC you have to hit the torso not a arm or a leg. Might as well called it a Sunday social and had the pastor call the games from the shade of the old oak tree.
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