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Real name:
Marty Meyers

Location:
Green Bay, WI

Division:
Men's 65

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July 26, 2013
MartyM
Topic: Tournaments
Discussion: 4-Game Miinimum?

Whats with this new 4-game minimum? First Rochester, now I see Elgin(WindyCity) is 4. 5 was sort of acceptable, but 4 is really marginal for expense of travel for a 2 day tournament. Opinions? Explanations?

May 1, 2013
MartyM
Topic: General and miscellaneous
Discussion: Preferred tournament wants, Short replies, please.

1. Entry fee Cost qualifier 300-350 major 400-500
2. 5GG
3. 2 or 3
4. double elim
5. senior bats
6. ball 44\375>
7. 50,55,60-70', 65 & up 65' (Age 68 AAA)
8. Mixed only if too few teams in your division.
9. List prizes Team: Placqe 1st, 2nd(for sponsor) Players: Qualifier-T Shirts, Major-Better Shirts, Worlds-Rings
July 18, 2012
MartyM
Topic: Rules of the game
Discussion: PLAYER RELEASE

Wes-Go for it. I think you have a good idea. I'm one of the Players that asked for and received a release after the 1st tournament of the year simply because I was the only player on the team that did not get to play and never got an explanation/apology/nothing. It was painful as I had developed a great relationship with the players. Luckily I found another team to play with. But, I am only getting to play 4 or 5 tournaments. I would love to play a few more and the opportunities exist except for the fact that I can only play for one team. If my team isn't going to a tournament and there is another team that is short a player, I sure would like to be able to play. Never know when the end will arrive and I can't.
Feb. 2, 2012
MartyM
Topic: Bats
Discussion: New Veteran CORE thread.....

If you are like me, I want to see this company/bats succeed. I'm a "MadeInUSA" proponent. If part of the problem is also finances of a startup, Those who really want a bat could step up to the plate, like me, and offer to pay for a bat right now. Assuming the bat is around $200 and 100 of us stepped up, 20 Grand just might help.
Marty
martym@tds.net
Nov. 29, 2011
MartyM
Topic: General and miscellaneous
Discussion: IF YOU HAD CATARACT SURGERY DONE:

I had both eyes done in 2005 approximately 3 weeks apart. Early diagnosis was cataracts, particularly in lower left of left eye which destroyed my backhand in racquetball. I opted for the crysta-lenses even though I did not have insurance and the cost was about $3500 per eye. I wore bifocal glasses prior to the surgery. I didn't quite make full 20-20 but do not need glasses except for computer work(special low power 24" focal length) and over the counter low power magnifiers for reading small print. My right eye is a bit better than my left. Regarding sports: For racquetball I am fine using clear over-the-counter safety glasses. For softball, I do better on receiving hits straight at me and to my left. Typically on hits to my right I have to remember to "stretch" more as the ball is usually a bit farther than I think. For batting, I really need to concentrate on the ball and be patient since I bat left handed. So IMHO-Go for the crysta-lenses. It's a one time shot for the rest of your life, ignore the cost, look to the future. It is a decision I have never regretted. If you want details on the actual lenses and surgery I'll be glad to post.
Marty Meyers-Green Bay WI.
martym@tds.net
Dec. 21, 2010
MartyM
Topic: General and miscellaneous
Discussion: Re: Christmas shopping

Sears also owns Lands End in Wisconsin. I will contact them Wed and see what their policy is and report back.
Semper Fi back to oldnslow! Bet you remember a hell hole called Paris Island!
Dec. 16, 2010
MartyM
Topic: General and miscellaneous
Discussion: Looking for 1st basemans glove

KAK,
Please contact me off forum, I don't have your glove but I also lost one and have some contact info that you could try.
Marty
martym@tds.net

Nov. 13, 2010
MartyM
Topic: General and miscellaneous
Discussion: Lost Glove, Nov 11 at Ft Myers

Try "Senior Moment" while collecting and bagging team equipment.
Nov. 12, 2010
MartyM
Topic: General and miscellaneous
Discussion: Lost Glove, Nov 11 at Ft Myers

I left my old Wilson A2000 on the fence of diamond 2 on Thursday. Oshkosh Ambassadors vs Bucs & Bulls at 1:30
If you found it please call me at (608) 225-1772 or email martym@tds.net.
Thanks
Marty
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