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tom shaw

Location:
tacoma, WA

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Men's 50

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July 6, 2010
nofencetoofar
Topic: Bats
Discussion: Want to Trade

Have a broken-in 28oz Ultra II Maxload. Looking to trade for 28-30 ounce grey or blue Combat. Also have a 28oz Easton first batch (no USSSA stamp) scx2 synergy in excellent shape. Want to trade for same bat in a 30oz. Will be at the Western Nationals playing for Marauders 60's this weekend in Washington State.
email: overdafence#gmail.com or cell: 253.255.4844
thanks,
Tom
Feb. 24, 2007
nofencetoofar
Topic: Rules of the game
Discussion: DONT USE MY BAT!!

Try having the " in the hole batter" retrieve your bat after you hit and put it safely in your bat bag. Or..... bring an old bomb bat along and let the bat scab use it.

Good Luck
Dec. 26, 2006
nofencetoofar
Topic: General and miscellaneous
Discussion: NO FENCE TOO FAR 55 AAA LOOKING FOR PLAYERS.

We are moving to 55 this year and need 3-4 players. We will also play in some tournaments as a 50\'s team. We are Washington state based and can have players from B.C.,
Oregon and Idaho.

Looking for infielders and outfielders. Preferably players who can play both. Sponsor pays entry fees, shirts and hats.

Want quality guys who can play team ball.

No primadonnas, complainers, whiners or guys with
bad attitudes need apply. We are a competitive team
that wants to have fun playing ball first.

Email Tom @: overdafence@gmail.com for more information if interested.
Nov. 27, 2006
nofencetoofar
Topic: General and miscellaneous
Discussion: Lasik Eye Surgery

Had Lasik done in '01. Turned out to be the best thing I had done for myself in a long time. Having lasted until
45 without any noticeable change in vision that I was willing to admit, I was not too happy with wearing glasses for distance sight. That led to: prescription lenses for driving, racketball, snow skiing, etc.

Then: a redo about every two years not to mention the occasional lost or broken glasses or goggles. Also night
play was difficult at best in the outfield with glasses. Add
rain to that or just sweat steaming up the lenses. What a
pain just packing all that stuff around.

The surgery solved all of that. Get checked out and see
if it will work for you. If it will, you will be one "happy camper". Good Luck.

Blessings,

Tom
July 26, 2006
nofencetoofar
Topic: Bats
Discussion: First Batch Synergy to trade

I will be in Salem, OR. Aug. 3-6 for the USSSA Worlds.

Have a first batch synergy 28 oz. in great shape. I want to
trade for same bat in 30 oz.

No USSSA stamp on my bat.

Not interested in other bats.

WIll be playing for Yeagers if you want to look at the bat.

Cell: 253-255-4844

Tom
Nov. 16, 2005
nofencetoofar
Topic: Bats
Discussion: First Batch Synergy 26oz to trade

Will be in Las Vegas for the Winter Worlds 11/17-11/20th
Have First Batch Synergy 26oz.
No USSSA stamped on it. Want
to trade for same bat with more weight. Not interested in other bats. Can call me at: 253-255-4844. Will be playing with W.E.
Ruth 60's at the Freedom Softball
Complex if you want to look at the
bat.
April 27, 2004
nofencetoofar
Topic: General and miscellaneous
Discussion: Washington "Serious" Senior Softball

Doug,

Who are you playing for currently in Washington state?

Tom Shaw
superloan@aol.com
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