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Real name:
Mike Misler

Location:
Weston, FL

Division:
Men's 50

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May 26, 2005
LOBO
Topic: General and miscellaneous
Discussion: Bats for sale

I am still interested in the Blur34-27 as a trade for the Evo. Since you are now selling the Mayhem aI was hoping you would be ready to trade.

April 7, 2005
LOBO
Topic: General and miscellaneous
Discussion: Bats for sale

I paid $300 new and it only has about 150 hits. E-mail me at Bigbaseballstar.com.
April 7, 2005
LOBO
Topic: General and miscellaneous
Discussion: Bats for sale

Would you be interested in trading for a Demarini Evo 34 in 26 oz?
March 22, 2005
LOBO
Topic: Bats
Discussion: EVO 34 inch 26 oz

I have the DeMarini EVO and paid $300 brand new. It has less than 150 hits. I am looking for $250 or best offer. I joined an ASA league and the bat is illegal.
You can e-mail me at Bigbaseballstar@hotmail.com
if you are interested (my son's e-mail address)
Jan. 16, 2005
LOBO
Topic: Bats
Discussion: miken edge for sale

TO:Kingofpain2
Last year in August or Sept there was an Eastern World in Ft Myers.
If you look at this website on the front window it shows the scheduled tournaments for the year.
Jan. 16, 2005
LOBO
Topic: Bats
Discussion: miken edge for sale

TO: Kingofpain2
I recd the bat and it is just what I wanted. I hope you are happy with the bat I sent you.
Happy belated New Year and much success with the bat .

Dec. 14, 2004
LOBO
Topic: Bats
Discussion: miken edge for sale

To: Kingofpain2
Hope you had success in Vegas. My 50's team from Florida, Florida Fins, just won the State Championship this past weekend(Majors). What is neat about is it was taped for TV by a local Florida network. It will be shown a few times in December and January.
Two weeks ago I played on another 50's team for the state seniors games and we won and qualified for the national tournament in Pittsburgh in June of 2005. If the team goes I will let you know in advance so we can try to hook up to say hello.
Thanks again for the bat trade.
Wishing you and your family a happy holiday season.
Dec. 14, 2004
LOBO
Topic: Bats
Discussion: miken edge for sale

To Kingofpain2:
The bat was sent by regular mail last Tuesday. Have you recd it yet?
If so, have you sent out the Miken Edge yet?
Keep me posted.
Dec. 1, 2004
LOBO
Topic: Bats
Discussion: miken edge for sale

To Kingofpain2.
I will be sending the bat out this week by ground transportation.
Thanks, Lobo
Nov. 16, 2004
LOBO
Topic: Bats
Discussion: miken edge for sale

kingofpain2, you can call me tonight after 9 pm at 954 829-0316.
Looking forward to hearing from you.
Thanks
Nov. 16, 2004
LOBO
Topic: General and miscellaneous
Discussion: BAT AND BALL RESTRICTIONS

I purchased the new 2005 EVO which is legal for Senior Softball. After my last Sunday night's game the umprire showed me a list of illegal bats for ASA and the EVO was on the list. The strange thing about the list was it was dated January 2004 which was before the bat even went on the market. The list consisted of at least two pages of new bats that are illegal for ASA and other associations. "BUYER BEWARE". Make sure that before you purchase a new advertised bat that you know up front if it is eventually going to be on the banned list for ASA(I only player Seniors so I already new it was not legal for ASA) Pretty soon we will be using wood bats because most of the aluminum or composite bats will be illegal. Unless the players start pushing to make these bats legal the bat companies will dictate where you can play instead of the players.

Is this a silly question but is there a Softball Union or group that has any power to force the ASA,etc. to allow these new bats to be legal?

What if teams stop going to National Tournaments because they are unhappy with the bats they can use? It does not make sense to "soften" the ball to avoid too many homeruns.

Any thoughts?
Nov. 16, 2004
LOBO
Topic: Bats
Discussion: miken edge for sale

Chazzied, sorry I spelled your name wrong.
Nov. 16, 2004
LOBO
Topic: Bats
Discussion: miken edge for sale

Cazzied, I have a Louisville Slugger TPS XXL 34 inch 27 ounce double wall, that will hit over a 300 foot fence, that I am willing to trade for your Miken Edge (if you still have it).

Send me an e-mail to: lobomisler@hotmail.com.

I am in South Florida and will can make the exchange by ground transportation for delivery and each pay our own costs. It is an ASA approved bat.
Nov. 8, 2004
LOBO
Topic: Bats
Discussion: Rolling for distance

I agree with Mitch.

Am I reading all of your comments correctly in that Major Plus players wnat to alter bats to hit the ball farther?

I have not played a Major Plus tournament in the Senior Circuit so I cannot comment as to whether or not everybody on a Major Plus team can hit a ball over 300 feet. However, the U2 is so powerful I cannot imagine a Major Plus player not being able to hit the ball out. Hell, I am only 5' 11" and 210 and I can hit it out with a U2. Why would someone take the chance to be expelled at our age because they altered a bat that can make a ball go over 300 feet anyway?

Am I missing something? AM I the IDIOT?

IF YOU BANG YOUR HEAD AGAINST A TREE WILL THAT MAKE YOU SMARTER? I DON'T THINK SO!.

If you bang your head enough times against a tree just like a bat, eventually it will crack just like the bat. HELLO!!!!!!!

If you have to resort to altering a bat it is time to find something else to do because you can't be having fun playing ball. Me personally, I would rather lose by playing hard and having fun than win because I cheated.

Nov. 5, 2004
LOBO
Topic: Bats
Discussion: Rolling for distance

This message is for Mike Kelly.
I purchased an EVO a few months ago and have received different opinions about it. I like it for durability and it hits hard line drives. I have hit homeruns with the U2 but cannot seem to do so with the EVO. What do you know about the bat personally and what have you heard from others. Is there a breaking in period?
I play on a 50's team in Florida with a Major ranked team.
Thanks,
LOBO
LOBO
Oct. 19, 2004
LOBO
Topic: General and miscellaneous
Discussion: BAT AND BALL RESTRICTIONS

The fields at Lakeland for the FHC were in terrible shape. The mounds were not placed correctly and there were plastic 12 inch sprinkler covers 4 feet behind the mound making it difficult to back peddle after pitching.

The grass was not cut and the infields were soft and bumpy and somewhat dangerous for infielders.

The use of the UII and 44/375 is not an issue with me as the Major and Major + teams were hitting homeruns and I do not recall any pitcher being injured because of the UII.

The scary part of my statement is that Lakeland is the home of the State Championships this December and someone needs to prepare the fields properly so nobody gets injured including the sprinkler behind the mound.

Overall, it has been a fun year and very competitive softball. I would like to see the field conditions improve to ensure the safety of the players.


Oct. 8, 2004
LOBO
Topic: General and miscellaneous
Discussion: Al Sorenson

Last Thursday Al Sorenson lost his battle with cancer. For those of you who play in Florida I am sure you remember him well. Although I never saw him play because I am new to the Florida Fins I was told he was one hell of a player as well as a gentleman.

At his funeral he asked that his wife put out his bat, glove, ball and Fins hat for everyone to see because that is how much he loved the game of softball as well as his teammates.

If anyone is interested in contacting his family please let me know and I will locate that information for you.


Sept. 23, 2004
LOBO
Topic: Bats
Discussion: TPS For Sale

GIVE ME, NOT HE, A HOLLA!!
Sept. 23, 2004
LOBO
Topic: Bats
Discussion: TPS For Sale

I know this is the age of the "Miken" but I have a Louisville Slugger TPS XXL Double Wall, 34 inch 27 oz. for sale.
I am looking for $85 including shipping.
It has a thin handle and short barrel and is great fo rline drives.
GIVE HE A HOLLA!!!!!
Aug. 27, 2004
LOBO
Topic: General and miscellaneous
Discussion: rumors

I agree that there is no reason to elimintate Major or Major + teams. I play in Florida and those teams usually play each other on a monthly basis. If a team has a bad month or two they are dropped down a few notches and will play against some upcoming teams.

The pairings are usually pretty fair every month. We are ranked in the lower A bracket and played three teams this month ranked in the top ten. We won two and lost a close game in the latter innings. There were not a lot of homeruns and maybe one or two balls that were hit up the middle that came close to the pitcher.

We have one Major + player but he has been part of our team since January. There are other players on top ten teams who probably should be playing with a Major + team but because of the parity nobody complains.

If you eliminate those higher level teams the existing teams probably will not be able to pick up more than maybe one or two players only because the lower level teams are pretty well set. The reason they stay together is because they have been friends for many years and have been playing together for a long time. Even though we all want to win how many teams go to these tournaments just so that we can go out to dinner together or hang around the pool and have a few beers. Winning is not the only reason we come to play as much as we would all like to win.

If it is not broken why try to fix it?

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