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Discussion: Soggy Gold Glove / Phoenix
|Feb. 22, 2010|
|Soggy Gold Glove / Phoenix|
Joe & Ron / Las Vegas-Utah Legends,
Great to see you and your team having fun again. Seventeen innings of you guys and still wasn't enough. Lots of talent, plenty of potential and can't wait to see you guys once you've dialed it in. Sorry you didn't get to hit off of Mike B but I was preveiwing a new pitcher. Hope to see you soon and in good health. Maybe Mesquite, for sure Las Vegas. Lots of LAF s.
|Feb. 22, 2010|
|John we really appreciated you guys hanging around and giving us the opportunity to play. Rick Seifman did a great job in going above the call of duty to provide both teams a playable field and that extra game. You guys have a great bunch of gentleman and a very talented team. It's going to be a great year in the southwest part of the country. Very nice job out of you guys.|
|Feb. 23, 2010|
|Joe, we (GSF) would like to thank Rick and his staff for going well 'beyond the extra mile' in getting the tournament completed. From the teams' perspective the rain posed several impositions... changes in game times, reduced number of games, shortened games, field changes, etc. While this was difficult for us, the increased work load for Rick and his staff was really tough. |
We very much appreciate their efforts and are happy to have played as much as we did under the circumstances.
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