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March 20, 2012
fathertime35
Topic: General and miscellaneous
Discussion: Corky's truck

Just looked at the tournament calendar for 2012 and noticed Corky's truck was no longer
next to the Spring Nationals in Winter Haven. Any idea what happened and when will he be
back in Florida?
Feb. 28, 2012
fathertime35
Topic: Bats
Discussion: Yellow MM Combat

I bought a yellow MM Combat when they first came out. I've used it in batting
practice and all kinds of weather. I used it in the T.O.C this year in cold
weather. It's a great bat. My teammate just bought a blue Combat and he really
likes it.
Nov. 14, 2011
fathertime35
Topic: Bats
Discussion: Reebok bats on Amazon.com

I just received from Amazon a new Reebok 27oz. endload. It has the same
numbers on it as the one that I bought from a Reebok rep. I'm going to take a few
swings with it at batting practice this week to see if it has the same
feel and response. If I can save $40 on the exact same bat I will. I don't
know of too many guys who wouldn't.
Nov. 7, 2011
fathertime35
Topic: Bats
Discussion: Reebok bats on Amazon.com

Has anyone gone to Amazon.com and clicked on sporting goods and then Reebok bats?
They show all models and weights and the prices start at $159.75. I don't know if
these are the first edition models or not but the price is very good and there is
no shipping charge. A guy told me about it at a tournament last weekend and I was
just wondering if anyone has heard about this.
Oct. 5, 2011
fathertime35
Topic: Tournaments
Discussion: Faults of SPA

Our team played in a tournament last year that had only one Major plus team in it.
So, they were dropped down to the Major division and had to give runs. All their
games counted in the seeding games. When the double elimination started they were
not able to advance through the bracket. They got their five games in and the teams who played them viewed it as a practice game and were able to advance. Everyone on
our team felt this was a fair way to handle it.
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