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April 29, 2009
GeHall44
Men's 55
92 posts
Rules questions
150 pound AAA Player comes to the plate all jacked up from drinking a whole bottle of ACAI Juice he just got from Jim16.
He’s swinging his shaved Ultra 2 he got on EBAY and the unknown pitcher wearing full armor serves him up a meatball with the new “ Einstein” 75 cor 825 compression ball.
Batter proceeds to hit a 125 MPH line drive off the pitchers helmet (which he purchased from Trumpball), and the ball still goes over the 325’ center field fence.
The team is already over the HR limit and even though they are playing on a lousy field in Vegas, it is a SSUSA event.
How many rules did this play break?
Is he out twice for breaking the PPR rule and hitting a DBO HR?
Will the umpire (on loan from LVSSA) confiscate the bat for inspection?
Will SSUSA make the batter submit to the first ever softball urine test for banned substances?
Will SSUSA now force him and his whole team to only play Major Plus from now on?
Does anyone really know if the pitcher was indeed Dirty in disguise and if this guy shot middle on purpose?
Will what happens in Vegas ,stay in Vegas?
Inquiring minds want to know…
April 29, 2009
taits
Men's 65
4394 posts
That's good.
April 29, 2009
docswear
Men's 55
98 posts
George... Now that was funny! Thanks for a little levity on this otherwise stressful day (<.
docswear
April 29, 2009
leftie
Men's 70
41 posts
I'm sure the pitcher moved his glove, even if it fell on the ground after he got beaned. The umpire would rule he made a defensive move , so it's 4 base error, run scores. He wouldn't know a shaved bat from '58 Ford Meteor.
Since the SSUSA staff is probably in the host hotel having cocktails, they would want the Major Plus task force to "gin" up a rule banning 4 base errors and '58 Ford Meteors.
April 29, 2009
butch17
Men's 55
415 posts
Was he in the pitchers box or outside the box?
April 29, 2009
GeHall44
Men's 55
92 posts
Leftie - I have an ASA Anti Virus I will trade for the 58 Ford Meteor.: )
Butch - He was in the box typing insults to the message board on his handheld computer.
April 29, 2009
ffdonnie
Men's 50
95 posts
George, now that is classic.
April 29, 2009
einstein
Men's 50
3114 posts
This is great George.
Adding,
"George Hall has and eats his own
high energy fructose-free bar,
falls asleep for the first two pitches
that are called strikes
then hit's the next Einstein
600 feet, over the fence, the parking lot,
the service road and the freeway."
Funny stuff, G.
Way to go.
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