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Discussion: Batting lessons

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Aug. 25, 2007
uwfan
10 posts
Batting lessons
Anyone know if a old dog can learn new tricks ? Would like to improve my hitting but not sure how. Moving to Az this fall but for now in the Tacoma area.

Thanks for any help you give.
Aug. 25, 2007
azsenior
92 posts
When you get to Sun Lakes we can point you to a guy that can help.
Aug. 25, 2007
batguyaz
134 posts
Yes it is true ! Sun Lakes is home to the best of the best hitters in the world. We all can hit 400ft, run like the wind and of course we are always good looking.

Well maybe homerun Bil can hit 400ft and we do have a guy that almost run to third base without stopping and my wife thinks I am kind of cute. Washington fan; you are welcome and we look forward to seeing you.
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