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Mike Leighty

Oxnard, CA

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Sept. 2, 2010
Uncle Mike
Topic: Players looking to join a team
Discussion: softball

Vincent, Have you found a team ? Are you a 50 AA player ? Look under the teams looking for players, I am Uncle Mike.
Sept. 2, 2010
Uncle Mike
Topic: Teams looking for players
Discussion: 50 AA Outfielder from So. Cal.

And for Phoenix , Arizona too !!!
Sept. 2, 2010
Uncle Mike
Topic: Teams looking for players
Discussion: 50 AA Outfielder from So. Cal.

Could use a solid outfielder for 50 AA team from Oxnard, Ca. Qualifying in Hemet, Ca. Sept. 11. Pretty solid squad, lots of catchers on my team, ha-ha !
Sept. 2, 2010
Uncle Mike
Topic: Rules of the game
Discussion: Protective equipment for the pitcher

First of all, I am a pitcher from Ventura County in Southern California. This is significant because there aren't many ASA or USSSA Tournaments in my area. These 2 Associations abide by different pitching rules than we are accustomed to in my town, and Senior Softball as well. I have pitched in the Rockin' Reno and the Worlds' and have noticed a huge influx of USSSA and ASA pitching allowances. I chose the word allowances because, according to Senior Softball Rules, they aren't allowed. Umpires in both tournaments were allowing 3 ft. pitches, and were calling 8 ft. pitches illegal. These calls tend to favor the batter, and shortens the pitchers reaction time. If illegal pitches were called at 12 ft., as the Senior Rules allow, the pitchers would have more time to defend themselves.
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