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Discussion: CALIF CUP
|Aug. 19, 2007|
CONGRADS TO END ZONE FOR playing the butts off this weekend ! they had to play 10-11 games and they double dipped FULL COUNT also beat double play and wilson trophy ! wow 5 games in a row on sunday to win it all
the ump, field prep guy!
ps also to
paradise chev 60
and to all ther other teams for winning
|Aug. 21, 2007|
|Yes, congratulations to End Zone. Their relentless hitting attack was very impressive.|
Full Count #23
|Aug. 21, 2007|
|Congrads is order. The bracketing was very good and the officiating was OK. The main issue has to be the fields. Mahany deplorable, infield batter boxes and the football used outfields.|
Maidu out field just a tad better than Mahany. The CAL CUP should not be represnted this way next year. Last year the fields were playable at both parks. Injuries were kept to a minimum, only with some luck.
To send that much money in on entry fee and get so little.The infields were never dragged. Just some hand racking and water.
Please let Sac. know your thoughts.
|Aug. 22, 2007|
|Our infields were at least watered every game or so. But I don't remember the outfields being so rough (at Maidu).|
|Aug. 23, 2007|
|I had a great time at the Cal Cup, especially getting to talk with players from other teams during and between games. Some of the nicest, smartest, funniest people I have ever met are playing Senior softball and I love getting an opportunity to visit with them. The fields were far from perfect but I didn't see any field-related injuries. Besides, its not like the stands are filled with spectators that paid to get in. Most complexes are doing the best they can with the funds that are available.|
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