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Discussion: Any results from Altamonte Springs and the ISA Nationals?

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July 6, 2004
BruceinGa
Men's 60
2647 posts
Any results from Altamonte Springs and the ISA Nationals?
How did JAH do?
July 6, 2004
rabbit
Men's 65
297 posts
I just got this from the ISSA web site, results of ISA World Cup;
JAH Masters won the Major plus, by defeating the Florida Crush , 3 times, 45-35, 28-21, and 28-17, the only 2 teams in Major plus. they also beat in round robin games,JAH 25,-Al Estes -11 and Jah 20 and Players club -7
the majors finished like this.
1. Al Estes-FL
2.Players Club-FL
3.Hollis Appraisals -Fl
4.South Florida Blitz-FL

no report yet on AAA

Doesnt look like much of a World Tourney with only 6 teams in upper division
The question is WHY are the teams not entering, all i hear is they wont let the major an major plus teams play in the qualifiers and when they have a chance to play in a World Tourney, then no one goes to them. go figure?

Rabbit
Rabbit
July 7, 2004
jah#4
Men's 55
551 posts
Bruce
Rabbit hit it right on the head. We did will good in the ISA world. We Adjusted very well to a very poor ball. John it 5 or 6 HRS I think that was the most hit. most of the Crush seem to having trouble with the ball. Had some great games with a very good teams. We jelled as a team very good D and base hit the best I seen in a long time. scoring 45 runs in one game with only 2 HRS tell you a lot. Billy, Glenn and Doug was missing so everybody there was give out playing in mid 90's. The Lord really bless us last weekend.
July 7, 2004
BruceinGa
Men's 60
2647 posts
Congratulations!
You didn't mention missing Russ. He and I are going the watch the Smoky Mtn Classic this weekend.
July 7, 2004
jah#4
Men's 55
551 posts
Bruce
Russ and I roomed together in Fla. We also took the wifes but they stayed on the beach. Russ ( the one arm base coach) was a great team man, to drive 1000 miles to cheer and coach bases. that tells you alot about Russ and how close everyone is as a team. You have played with us as you know there not a ego on this team, Just 16 Players giving 110% cheering each other oneand picking each other up. A great team to play on.
July 8, 2004
Paul P
Men's 65
43 posts
Played in Altamonte with OPW, a 55 team from Clearwater. Most of it was good stuff, 'cept of course the ball. Seems to me THEY (the TD) shouldn't get 2 bites of the apple. They put out an inferior ball with restrictions on bat use. One otjer note for other TDs who read this post, HAVE A PRE-TOURNEY MEETING WITH THE UMPIRES AND GO OVER ALL THE RULES! The pitching rules were simple enuf, 4-10 feet. We had one umpire who said, "No, 6-12 feet and that's how its going to be." Even his field umpire argued with him but he wouildnt budge. The umpires did do a credible job, especially so with Terry and Tracy, two female umpires.
July 9, 2004
jah#4
Men's 55
551 posts
Paul
I have to agree with you on the umpires they did a good job overall. The female ump that we had was very good seem to be in position and as a player you did not notice her. Being a ump my self that my goal is to do a game and not be noticed. But they all hustled and were pros at there jobs.
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