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Real name:
Jim Myers

Location:
Huntsville, AL

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Men's 65

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March 4, 2014
hitman
Topic: General and miscellaneous
Discussion: Southpaw's Birmingham tourney

Steve,
Good tourney as always and your team is much stronger this year. For the new team they have one guy who needs to show some sportmanship as I am nursing a really sore finger from getting kicked after him getting struck out and disputing the call the ump asked me to show him where the ball hit and when I did he kicked my hand. Fortunetely I had teammates that reminded me that we don't retailate or do things like that. Given the benifit of doubt maybe he was kicking at the ball but got my hand but he could have said "opps sorry". I apologized to my team for the short outburst which would have been more than that in younger years, we just don't do crap like that in Senior Softball.

The Hitman #13
Dec. 17, 2013
hitman
Topic: General and miscellaneous
Discussion: Question for Mad Dog and others

Remember what they say about Mad Dogs you don't put a mask on them you put a muzzle on them!!!!!!!!!
Dec. 14, 2013
hitman
Topic: General and miscellaneous
Discussion: PRAYERS REQUESTED FOR MIKE MACENKO'S RECOVERY

Prayers for the Big Cat and his family. You will be back hitting the BOMBS MM
The Hitman #13

Nov. 18, 2013
hitman
Topic: General and miscellaneous
Discussion: Pitching Mask

Most Mad Dogs wear muzzles and not masks!!!!! LMAO
Sept. 17, 2013
hitman
Topic: General and miscellaneous
Discussion: Hr or out

League only requires that 1st base be touched and baserunners advance one base after hitting homerun, much like most of Senior Softball. Leadoff hitter hits one out and proceeds to run all bases but touches the wrong home plate. What do you call it?? Out or Homerun?

June 16, 2013
hitman
Topic: General and miscellaneous
Discussion: Happy fathers day

Happy fathers day to all the fathers and grandfathers that helped us with the basics of the game. Dad would hit those towering fly balls till we both were worn out as practice and that was after a hard day on the farm. Two grandfathers who both loved the game. One would never miss a Pirates radio game and the other grew up playing sandlot baseball. I sure learned a lot about the game from all of them and that's what keeps me going today.
Thanks to all the Dad's and Grand dad's who pass on the love for the game.

The Hitman #13
April 29, 2013
hitman
Topic: General and miscellaneous
Discussion: Your Prayers are Needed

Steve,

As always we pray for the young ones and their family. God answers prayers every day and I'm sure with all the prayers she will have a speedy and quick recovery.
God is our Savior.

The Hitman
April 8, 2013
hitman
Topic: General and miscellaneous
Discussion: New ASA bats

Mad Dog,
Haven't you been the one telling everybody how good the the 52/300 ball was. Now it's a mush ball.
LMAO
Feb. 25, 2013
hitman
Topic: Bats
Discussion: New Reebok?

Louisville Slugger

Feb. 25, 2013
hitman
Topic: Bats
Discussion: New Reebok?

Louisville Slugger

Feb. 23, 2013
hitman
Topic: General and miscellaneous
Discussion: March 2, Warm-Up Tourney in Birmingham

Come on Southpaw you have to do better than keeping your fingers crossed for weather forecast, right now it looks a little cool but I'm sure with your connections that you will correct that. Anyhow see you and everybody else Saturday. Better dress warm!!!!!!!!!!!!

The Hitman
Jan. 25, 2013
hitman
Topic: General and miscellaneous
Discussion: Best Pitcher

Back in the day DelMastro from Pittsburgh was one of the best.
I still would like to see this unhitable pitcher because I don't believe it. Yea maybe for a game or even two but consistently no way. Every dog has his day and back in 88 I threw a perfect game NO/NO and the next day in a tourney I had 23 scored off me in the 1st inning. No that will bring you off a high real quick!!!!!!!!!!!
Dec. 14, 2012
hitman
Topic: General and miscellaneous
Discussion: Is the Wounded Warrior game at TOC Amputees? WWAST

Surf88,
It was the most spiritually uplifting weekend that I have ever experienced. They are amazing and will take time to talk and answer any question that you ask them.
God Bless them and the USA

The Hitman #13
Dec. 14, 2012
hitman
Topic: General and miscellaneous
Discussion: Warm-Up Tourney in Birmingham, Alabama

Montgomery has traditionally been the 3rd Saturday in March. I don't think it has been any other but the 3rd in the last 12 years.

Hitman #13
Dec. 13, 2012
hitman
Topic: General and miscellaneous
Discussion: Is the Wounded Warrior game at TOC Amputees? WWAST

Is the Wounded Warrior game at TOC Amputees? WWAST
If it is they are a great bunch of proud soldiers and great American heroes.
I had the privledge of playing against and then the honor of playing with them last June.
I can tell you now bring everybody you can to watch as it is almost unbelieveable and after the 1st inning all the fans will be rooting for them and they well deserve it.
There motto goes "Life is Limitless without a Limb" and they go out on the field and prove it.
Remember it's not about beating them it allowing them to show how they can play the game.
Best wishes to all that compete.

Tha Hitman #13
Oct. 16, 2012
hitman
Topic: General and miscellaneous
Discussion: JW (Jay) Jones of Huffman Electric Passes on!!!!!!

Thanks Shelby and Len,
I passed on your prayers and sympathies.
If you could have seen the turnout last night for the viewing it was very obvious what a great man Jay was. The viewing was set for two hours and I was there early and took over an hour to get thru, I'll bet it wasn't even over in 4 hours. A tribuite to a great man not just softball player and sponsor, but a husband, son in law, father, brother, uncle, family man, worshipper of God, and community active.
Jay may you RIP my brother.

The Hitman #13
Oct. 14, 2012
hitman
Topic: General and miscellaneous
Discussion: JW (Jay) Jones of Huffman Electric Passes on!!!!!!

Steve,
Are you going to the visitation tomorrow?
Not just the softball community lost, his family, his friends and his community along with our country.

The Hitman #13
Oct. 14, 2012
hitman
Topic: General and miscellaneous
Discussion: JW (Jay) Jones of Huffman Electric Passes on!!!!!!

John
Jay was about 5'9" with average build, salt and pepper hair and extremely bow-legged, walked with limp and usually played 2nd or 3rd and had played in the middle in 65's. Also an extremely good hitter average and power wise. One could not ask to find a nicer more level headed man. The heavier one you are thinking of is probably POP Spain.

Take care and God Bless,
The Hitman #13
Oct. 13, 2012
hitman
Topic: General and miscellaneous
Discussion: JW (Jay) Jones of Huffman Electric Passes on!!!!!!

Passing of Jay Jones.
It is with great sadness and heartbreak that I report the passing of JW(Jay) Jones the Sponsor and player for Huffman Electric. He was entering his grandsons high school football game when he suffered a massive heart attack and was unable to be revived. Jay was one of the true ambassadors of Senior Sotball and has been sponsoring teams and playing since Senior Softball was started. Everyone knew Jay by his limp even after knee replacement he kept playing and was truly a great hitter and fielder. Above that Jay was just truly one of best individuals that I have ever met and I had the priveledge of playing for him. Jay was always upbeat and took his lumps along with the wins and while doing so as a gentlemen. He was very proud of all his family and they always came first.
He will be sorely missed by the Softball Community along with all his family and friends in the Birmingham area.
Please pray for his family during there time of grieving.

RIP my friend and now you and Nick are back in the lineup together.

The Hitman #13
Sept. 22, 2012
hitman
Topic: General and miscellaneous
Discussion: Tournament in Panama City, October 19-21

Lefty
This is NSA Winter World

The Hitman
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