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Real name:
Steve Riley

Location:
Lacey,

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Men's 50

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Oct. 6, 2013
CallaVett
Topic: General and miscellaneous
Discussion: 50,s M+ & M

I think I got the elimination bracket backwards:

Still Young vs Grant's Posse
Team Ohio vs Woodlaw


Oct. 6, 2013
CallaVett
Topic: General and miscellaneous
Discussion: 50,s M+ & M

When I left the fields, EBO vs Mid-Atlantic in the finals.

still playing in the elimination bracket:
Still Young/DLB vs Woodlaw ???
Team Ohio vs Grant's Posse

We Doerflinger ended 7th lost to Still Young/DLB.

All I heard on the M+ was the NW Lengends were in the finals

Steve
Sept. 25, 2013
CallaVett
Topic: Players looking to join a team
Discussion: Huntsmans games

Correct but the registration deadline was September 1.


Aug. 30, 2013
CallaVett
Topic: Bats
Discussion: Technical Questions

Tatooball, is it the norm for endload and balance to have separate certification tests?
I would think the MOI of the bat changes because of weight positioning to achieve the endload or balance feel.

Aug. 29, 2013
CallaVett
Topic: Bats
Discussion: Technical Questions

I believe that the bat weight shouldn't have any bearing on determining model for certification; but end-load vs. balanced would change the bat performance by changing the MOI and should be considered for certification.
Aug. 29, 2013
CallaVett
Topic: Bats
Discussion: Technical Questions

I got my answer directly from the ASA website "ASA Bat Certification Program FAQ".

Q: How many bats are tested before a particular model qualifies for the ASA certification
mark?
A: The standard contract with participating bat manufacturers requires only a single sample
bat to be tested at the ASA approved testing facility for certification purposes. Under that
contract, the bat manufacturer agrees that every single bat of that model will actually comply
with the ASA Bat Performance Standard.


Aug. 28, 2013
CallaVett
Topic: Bats
Discussion: Technical Questions

Only, one bat needs to be tested for a model to receive its certification. So, the answer is no; not all weights and loads need to be tested.
June 17, 2013
CallaVett
Topic: Tournaments
Discussion: Cal Cup & Western Nationals

Doerflinger 50M will be at Western.
July 20, 2012
CallaVett
Topic: Bats
Discussion: gsc bat latest web site update

The address is on the front page of their website.

June 8, 2012
CallaVett
Topic: Tournaments
Discussion: WESTERN NATIONALS IN AURORA, COLORADO

This was the first time (and the last)I replied to Gary19 post; I should have heeded the words of Mark Twain “Do not argue with an idiot they drag you down to their level and beat you with experience.”


June 8, 2012
CallaVett
Topic: Tournaments
Discussion: WESTERN NATIONALS IN AURORA, COLORADO

I didn't realize we were talking about GOLF or TENNIS, I thought we were discussing softball. Where a grand slam a single event.
June 8, 2012
CallaVett
Topic: Tournaments
Discussion: WESTERN NATIONALS IN AURORA, COLORADO

So much type, so little substance. =(
I always thought a GRAND SLAM was a singular event, (a home run hit with the bases loaded) with the most possible runs (4) scoring on ONE PLAY.
So, I believe a Triple Grand Slam would be three singular events; for those mathematically-challenged that would be 3 X one event (tournament), not 3 X four events (tournaments).

May 4, 2012
CallaVett
Topic: General and miscellaneous
Discussion: Looking to contact TD Tom

TD Tom is from WA, plays with The Rock out of Olympia, WA.


March 9, 2012
CallaVett
Topic: General and miscellaneous
Discussion: WHAT TEAM DOES EVERYONE PLAY FOR

I, too, have changed teams this year. I'll be playing 50 Major wtih Doerflinger. I enjoyed my time playing with my friends on the Rock but I'm really looking forward to the challenge of the higher level competition.

Steve
Doerflinger #21
Feb. 17, 2012
CallaVett
Topic: General and miscellaneous
Discussion: 2012 CLASSIC SPRING TRAINING

I saw it on another message board (SBF). The event primarily targets the younger guys.

Feb. 17, 2012
CallaVett
Topic: General and miscellaneous
Discussion: 2012 CLASSIC SPRING TRAINING

There was a Western Spring Training in Vegas, last weekend. This was the first year there was a western event.
Jan. 14, 2012
CallaVett
Topic: Bats
Discussion: New Veteran CORE thread.....

Bill, with the new bat being a solid core will it require break-in, like the standard composite design?

Steve
Jan. 14, 2012
CallaVett
Topic: Bats
Discussion: Reebok bats

I remember a post by Curt Hollis stating that approximately 8% of the December 2010 and January 2011 bats had a problem and were breaking early. The serial # were 0L (Dec 10) and 1A (Jan 11); the number identifies the year (0=2010, 1=2011) and the letter the month (A=Jan, B=Feb, etc).

Steve
Jan. 10, 2012
CallaVett
Topic: Bats
Discussion: Bat Care

Neck10, I didn’t do any of my normal break-in with the ASA Ultra II, I took off the wrapper and used it. I did limit the amount of BP, generally, 5-7 swings with the Ultra II during BP just to keep a feel for the bat. I don’t remember any bad miss hits but the bat did seem to get hot really quick within the first 25 – 50 swings. I started using it around the end of May and it developed a crack in end of July, I was the only person using the bat. I was surprised it cracked that quick considering all the feedback about durability of the ASA stamped models. My Reebok Melee (which I did my normal break-in) definitely out lasted the Ultra II and I started using it around the same time. The Reebok saw a lot more BP and was used by myself and several team mates.
Jan. 3, 2012
CallaVett
Topic: General and miscellaneous
Discussion: Veterans

USAF 26-yrs

Lindsay Air Station, Germany 1980-1983
Castle AFB, CA 1983-1984
Wurtsmith AFB, MI 1986-1988
Hahn AB, Germany 1988-1991
Whiteman AFB, MO 1991-1996
Dyess AFB, TX 1996-1998
Osan AB, Korea 1998-1999
Camp Casey AIN, Korea 1999-2000
Fort Lewis, WA 2000-2008

Steve

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