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|Oct. 29, 2003|
What a shame to have played in that tournament. To call it a World was a farce. Bad diamonds,1 umpire, 0 scorsboards,0 scorekeepers, 0 t-shirts for sale, doesn't do much for me as a world class tournament. It reminded me of my earlier years when we called it a beer league.
|Oct. 29, 2003|
|Could'nt agree with you more. The first game we played we had to wait until we retrieved a foul ball before we could continue playing. Without a doubt, not only the worst world tourney, but perhaps the worst tourney of anykind that I have played in. We had a player injured and there were no medics available at either complex. We were told by Terry Hennessy that we would have to call 911. He said no tourneys had medics on site. SPA always has medics on site. If there is no significant improvements next year we will not attend. This tourney was a joke.|
|Oct. 30, 2003|
|SSWS in Des Moines had paramedics and an ambulance on site at all times.|
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