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Steve Dimitry

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Norristown, PA

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Men's 50

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April 4, 2013
SD
Topic: Bats
Discussion: New Miken 2 piece End Load (supermax)

Ignore that last question, I already asked it and Alan has answered it, why it was posted again, I have no idea, how do you delete a post so one does not look like a jacka$$. Thanks
April 4, 2013
SD
Topic: Bats
Discussion: New Miken 2 piece End Load (supermax)

Can I ask a dumb question about the Miken 2 piece End Load (supermax)? I have a Miken Ultra II 28 Maxload, does this 2-piece bat have the same kind of weighting? Just trying to figure out what to get. Been told the 2-piece Balanced feels slightly end loaded also. Anybody have any suggestions ... besides not asking stupid questions, lol. Thanks
April 4, 2013
SD
Topic: Bats
Discussion: New Miken 2 piece End Load (supermax)

Alan, thank you for taking the time to explain, i sincerely appreciate it.. so, if i if think my 28 ultra II maxload is a little too heavy, a 28 2-piece balanced may be perfict. Or even a 2-piece 27 maxload. Jeez, i sound like i am talking to myself here, but Alan, does what i said make sense. Thanks, Steve D.

Ps- dennis turner of louisville told mr the tps z senior bst will be ready to be released in feb 2014. They want to make sure its prrfect. Met DT through hank basset and i see him every year at the asa national convention. Great guy. Alan, I wish you the best of luck, SD
April 3, 2013
SD
Topic: Bats
Discussion: New Miken 2 piece End Load (supermax)

Can I ask a dumb question about the Miken 2 piece End Load (supermax)? I have a Miken Ultra II 28 Maxload, does this 2-piece bat have the same kind of weighting? Just trying to figure out what to get. Been told the 2-piece Balanced feels slightly end loaded also. Anybody have any suggestions ... besides not asking stupid questions, lol. Thanks
Jan. 29, 2010
SD
Topic: General and miscellaneous
Discussion: Ghost's of yesteryear.Where are you?

jimjoes-gman, I am amazed by your memory and knowledge of the past. You are blessed to have played with and or seen the best. I grew up in Long Island, moved to Norristown, PA outside of Philly when I was in High School and just turned 51 and remmeber when I was little, we'd go to Jones Beach in laet 60's, I was around 10 and met Bert Smith and Jimmy Galloway, they were friends of my dad. I talked to both of them on the phone a couple of years ago, still great guys. - There are still a lot of guys that belong in the ASA National Hall of Fame that nobody has nominated yet. I'd do it, but you have to live in that state and be a commissioner (we just got Mike Shenk elected for induction and he will go in next Nov.) But the commissioners from Alabama, Georgie, Florida should try to at least nominate Craig Elliott, Charles Wright, Dirk Androff and Mike Nye. They belong with the greats. Good luck to all you guys this year. Ask Mike Macenko, he'll tell you. respectfully, Steve Dimitry
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