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May 28, 2012
Shut Up & Pitch
Topic: General and miscellaneous
Discussion: Talking Trash

I vote Bully

Of course 19 likes Trash Talk.
All he can do is "Talk"
He don't play Senior Softball.
May 10, 2011
Shut Up & Pitch
Topic: Bats
Discussion: And What About the WORTH SENIOR TOXIC XXX BAT?

BOOM or BUST?
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Worth Senior Toxic XXX with the 3 women on the barrel?

Very Unusual Graphics!

Looks different but is it a good buy?



Any info would be helpful?
May 10, 2011
Shut Up & Pitch
Topic: Bats
Discussion: What About the BOOMBAH Senior Bat?





And What About the WORTH TOXIC XXX Senior Bat?

BOOM or BUST?

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What info do you have on this Senior Bat?

?????????????????


May 10, 2011
Shut Up & Pitch
Topic: Bats
Discussion: What About the BOOMBAH Senior Bat?



BOOM or BUST?
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Does anybody have any information on the $99 Senior Boombah?


April 18, 2011
Shut Up & Pitch
Topic: Bats
Discussion: How many shaved bats in SS



I fail to understand

the relationship of

the direction the ball is hit,

and weather the bat is shaved

or not!








March 25, 2011
Shut Up & Pitch
Topic: Players looking to join a team
Discussion: Help I need to Play


Hey Coaches


SIGN THIS GUY!

You'll be GLAD you did!



March 12, 2011
Shut Up & Pitch
Topic: General and miscellaneous
Discussion: Which Is Tougher?

Webbie25

I think you are correct.

I believe that there are many softball infielders would be able to handle most baseball action and even some MLB action. The biggest drawback for the softballers would be that they just don't have the range as most baseball infielders, particularly at higher levels. The advantage of youth!

I think that the softball being larger is much more likely to come at the softball infielder like a "knuckle ball" when sharply hit more often than in baseball.

That's my 2 cents!





March 12, 2011
Shut Up & Pitch
Topic: General and miscellaneous
Discussion: Which Is Tougher?

Webbie25

I think you are correct.

I believe that there are many softball infielders would be able to handle most baseball action and even some MLB action. The biggest drawback for the softballers would be that they just don't have the range as most baseball infielders, particularly at higher levels. The advantage of youth!

I think that the softball being larger is much more likely to come at the softball infielder like a "knuckle ball" when sharply hit more often than in baseball.

That's my 2 cents!





March 11, 2011
Shut Up & Pitch
Topic: General and miscellaneous
Discussion: Which Is Tougher?

Oooops

I forgot to mention that I was only compairing Baseball and Softball infielders fielding balls hit from the batter and not anything else like base runners stealing bases.
March 11, 2011
Shut Up & Pitch
Topic: General and miscellaneous
Discussion: Which Is Tougher?

As you know, there are lots of guys that can hit softballs at high exit speeds, sending softballs 300-400 feet or more. Also softball infielders are
closer to the batter due to the softball fields shorter base paths.

So which do you think would be tougher....

Play infield on a Baseball team

or

Play infield on a Softball team?





Feb. 28, 2011
Shut Up & Pitch
Topic: Bats
Discussion: Bat Doctor Needed

Let me get this straight!
Knife to a Gun fight.

Knife = Loser of the fight.
Gun = Winner of the fight.

So evidently, your a Loser if you don't use a senior bat.

I didn't know that your a Winner or Loser depending on which bat you use.

I was under the impression it had something to do with ability.
Feb. 28, 2011
Shut Up & Pitch
Topic: Bats
Discussion: Bat Doctor Needed

wagon487

It's only a "knife to a gun fight" if you can't hit with a non-senior bat very well.
Feb. 23, 2011
Shut Up & Pitch
Topic: Bats
Discussion: Has Anyone Else Had Problems With The Reebok ME'LEE Legend Senior Softball Bat Because Mine Cracked After 45 Hits Any Durability Problems?

#6

Yep!
He seems to think that anybody that tells the truth is being NEGATIVE! I guess he can't handle the truth. Truth is truth weather it is negative or not. It looks like he just wants it covered up or simply not discussed and hope these problems go away. Softballnuts is telling his story about his Reebok experience and it bugs surf a great deal. It don't take much detective work to read it in his posts. From what I have read of softballnuts posts, I see no reason why he would lie. And I see nothing of him promoting any other bat or company.
Feb. 23, 2011
Shut Up & Pitch
Topic: Bats
Discussion: Has Anyone Else Had Problems With The Reebok ME'LEE Legend Senior Softball Bat Because Mine Cracked After 45 Hits Any Durability Problems?

#6

Yep!
He seems to think that anybody that tells the truth is being NEGATIVE! I guess he can't handle the truth. Truth is truth weather it is negative or not. It looks like he just wants it covered up or simply not discussed and hope these problems go away. Softballnuts is telling his story about his Reebok experience and it bugs surf a great deal. It don't take much detective work to read it in his posts. From what I have read of softballnuts posts, I see no reason why he would lie. And I see nothing of him promoting any other bat or company.
Feb. 23, 2011
Shut Up & Pitch
Topic: Bats
Discussion: Has Anyone Else Had Problems With The Reebok ME'LEE Legend Senior Softball Bat Because Mine Cracked After 45 Hits Any Durability Problems?

I have been reading this thread and I have a question.

Did surf88 happen to notice the title of this thread?

Maybe this will help him.

Discussion: Has Anyone Else Had Problems With The Reebok ME'LEE Legend Senior Softball Bat Because Mine Cracked After 45 Hits Any Durability Problems?

Sounds like NEGATIVITY to me!

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