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July 28, 2013
zman025
18 posts
need a white combat cent ,
trying to get a hold of big Mike M need a white combat asap thanks boss
July 28, 2013
SlowLearner
13 posts
Call him at 303-324-6421 if you mean Mike Massong.
July 29, 2013
BruceinGa
Men's 60
2734 posts
Mike Macenko, 330-419-0205 or bigcat844.com
July 29, 2013
SCRAPPY
30 posts
I have a new white Centenarian in the wrapper and it is 30 oz. If you want it I can get it to you for $ 149 which is what I paid for it. I dropped down to a 28 oz and willing to trade if someone has a 28 oz.
Get a hold of Mike Macenko if you need a different weight at the numbers above. Big Cat is top notch. Known him for too many years.
Scrappy 6 - Mike Massong
July 29, 2013
BruceinGa
Men's 60
2734 posts
Big Snake (MM) sells them for $110
July 29, 2013
Gorilla Boy
Men's 50
190 posts
Thanks for the kind words guys. I believe he has called and is going to order one. Once again Thanks. I was on the run all weekend helping with a couple of diffent events. I was going to try and make it down to Columbus, Indiana but I could not even make that. I have some 27's and 26's left. Give me a jingle. 330-419-0205.

Gorilla Boy
Mike Macenko

The Cleveland Plain Dealer did a nice article on myself and the years of softball in Cleveland, Ohio. It once was the capitol of softball. If you want to you can check it out here.
http://www.cleveland.com/softball/index.ssf/2013/07/mike_macenko_softball_champion.html
July 30, 2013
John27
Men's 50
32 posts
Mike Macenko has the best prices on Combat bats and stands behind what he sells! He is one of the good guys!
July 30, 2013
the wood
1096 posts
MM,
Who could argue that Cleveland was the capitol of softball at one time? Isn't that where Tom Aldrich, World's Greatest Softball Fan, called home? He must have been, because he had a 'bowling shirt' with that inscription on it. The guy did know everyone and he did know the game.
Also, isn't that the home of Hillcrest Tavern?
:-)
Bob Woodroof
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