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Ed Sirfus

Location:
Des Moines, IA

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Men's 50

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June 13, 2009
smooth01
Topic: Rules of the game
Discussion: Dave Dowell is Supernatural

I bet Jackson would have liked to have had Dave Dowell in St Louis last year!
Feb. 24, 2009
smooth01
Topic: Bats
Discussion: Worth Launch FS

Bat is still for sale.
Feb. 22, 2009
smooth01
Topic: Bats
Discussion: Worth Launch FS

NIW Gold Launch 510
26oz
$145.00 delivered
Paypal or money order
Feb. 21, 2009
smooth01
Topic: General and miscellaneous
Discussion: Threads Removed

SSUSA- How many reminders do we get, do we have to wait for Hennessy to get back toget an answers?
Feb. 14, 2009
smooth01
Topic: Rules of the game
Discussion: POSSIBLE COMPROMISE ON NEW HR RULE.

Lets try this , I know this won't agree with everyone and probably room for improvement: How about this ,the offense has hit their limit,on the next HR, the defensive team then gets a choice of taking an out ,or taking a run.If they elect taking a run,the batter gets a walk, and any runners can only advance by the walk.
Jan. 30, 2009
smooth01
Topic: General and miscellaneous
Discussion: New Improved Web Site

I don't see the ad or link to Jacks Action Photo's
Jan. 12, 2009
smooth01
Topic: General and miscellaneous
Discussion: 2009 ISA world

That is probably a good decision on his part, as he might find some teams that didn't attend the St Louis tournament last year .When making plans for tyour tournaments this year ,I would hope teams keep in mind the decisions that were made at last years ISA World.
Dec. 14, 2008
smooth01
Topic: General and miscellaneous
Discussion: TOC Field Assignments

What are the field assignments,they should have been posted weeks ago so teams could make hotel reservations!
Dec. 12, 2008
smooth01
Topic: Bats
Discussion: Yellow Macenko VS Grey Combat

I can't speak for the MM , but I and others on our team purchased gray senior combats when they came out, and we had 3 break this year,They were advertised as having more durability than the Ultra II,They weren't out long enough to really claim that ,but they did.I bought a blue senior combat for batting practice so I could use the gray in tournaments, (they are the same bat, the gray broke and the blue is still going strong. I also use an Ultra II with ASA stamp for Major tournaments, it also is still going strong , Bottom line, the gray combat is no more durable than the Ultra II ,and my guess, the Macenko won't be either . As everything is compared to the Ultra II , why not buy it, as durability is not an issue as these new bats claim .
Nov. 22, 2008
smooth01
Topic: Teams looking for players
Discussion: who hits it the longest

Mike Petersen from Bagbey's has hittest the farthest homerun I have ever saw. (more than once)
Nov. 19, 2008
smooth01
Topic: Bats
Discussion: LTT MM Senior Combat

gary #27- $175 delivered.Bat does not have 1 scratch on it.
Nov. 18, 2008
smooth01
Topic: Bats
Discussion: LTT MM Senior Combat

I am looking to trade a 27oz EL ,13in barrel Macenko for a new or like new Gray Senior Combat 26oz EL. I have only hit 2 1/2 buckets of balls (less than 60 bp hits)No scratches or marks, this bat hasn't even been layed on dirt yet.
Nov. 16, 2008
smooth01
Topic: Tournaments
Discussion: New location for world.

You are right about the weather aspect,on second thought , forget my earlier post,I have to agree with you,warm weather is something to look forward to ,coming from the midwest.
Nov. 16, 2008
smooth01
Topic: Tournaments
Discussion: New location for world.

I agree with JC24, moving the WORLDS somewhere in the Midwest makes more sense than moving it even farther away,just to satisfy the west coast teams. A central location would make it more cost efficient and would draw more teams ,that could likely drive instead of having to pay airfare to fly across the country.Convenience would make it fair for everyone.
Nov. 3, 2008
smooth01
Topic: General and miscellaneous
Discussion: 2008 SSWC Merchandise in Stock

Marjie- Could you e-mail me at esirfus@mchsi.com,I'm not sure my mail is going through my server.
Thank's
Oct. 10, 2008
smooth01
Topic: Bats
Discussion: senior gear bats

Can someone explain a little more about the "Bands" that will be visable whe breaking in? Where on the bat would these be found ? When these are visable , how much more life could be expected out of the bat or does this have any effect at all ?
Sept. 21, 2008
smooth01
Topic: Bats
Discussion: Looking for 2004 Worth EST C405

bat has been sold
Sept. 20, 2008
smooth01
Topic: Bats
Discussion: Looking for 2004 Worth EST C405

I have 27oz Black Worth EST Supercell C405P Cryogenic 14" shell SSEST-BPF 1.20. This bat is in excellant condition, has no patent #'s and has not been re-certified. if interested ,email : esirfus@mchsi.com
Aug. 3, 2008
smooth01
Topic: General and miscellaneous
Discussion: RAINOUT IN ISA NATIONALS IN BRIDGETON MO

This was a WORLD Tournament,,The directer of this tournament should have been prepared and had a back up plan and a ground crew (which he didn't have) for any rain delay,We all have been around long enough to know when fields are playable and when they aren't, and don't need to be told by someone who lives in Calif, if the fields in St Louis were playable and what to expect. Those fields were solid and only needed the water pushed off and they would have been dry in an hour.
Aug. 3, 2008
smooth01
Topic: General and miscellaneous
Discussion: RAINOUT IN ISA NATIONALS IN BRIDGETON MO

We were scheduled for the first game on our field at 9:00am Sun. and we never played, also, on Sat the fields were prepped in the morning and were never drug again all day,so you can imagine the shape the infields were in by late afternoon and evening.This was the second year in a row for these field conditions, so keep this in mind come your tournament selections for next year.
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