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Aug. 20, 2014
Mr. Nick
Topic: General and miscellaneous
Discussion: toughest position

This is my first year pitching at age 60 for a 50s Norcal team. I have played infield my entire softball career. I can say without a doubt that the pitcher gets the hardest balls hit at them. All of the other infielders have the advantage of playing further back. The pitcher is much closer to the batter and has a second or two to react to a shot up the middle.
Aug. 12, 2013
Mr. Nick
Topic: General and miscellaneous
Discussion: RE; NCSSA HOF event this week at BLD in Manteca

Taits, I will come by and see you. Does Can-Sirs have a 60s team? I will be 60 next year (kidney cancer survivor). Currently playing on a 50s team (Bad Seed).
Oct. 18, 2012
Mr. Nick
Topic: General and miscellaneous
Discussion: Pleasanton, Oct 27-28th, am curious as to who's going

Taits, Bad Seed will be playing in the upcoming Pleasanton tourney. So far, they have 34 teams signed up. I agree the NCSSA website has not been the same.

Sept. 24, 2012
Mr. Nick
Topic: General and miscellaneous
Discussion: This is a first...

Even though it was our team (Bad Seed) in the field, I'm in agreement that the right call would have been no-play. I do know there was no malice but our shortstop should have called time out (if he had time before the pitch). I'm glad the call did not affect the outcome of a very close game.
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