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Discussion: Lost Glove

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Aug. 23, 2010
Architect
Men's 60
15 posts
Lost Glove
I left a Rawling's fielders glove in the dugout after the Wild Bunch and Ga/Al Masters game that ended around 4:00 pm last Saturday at the Birmingham SSUSA Southern Regional Championships. Glove is light tan in color and has basket weave webbing. Probably still muddy. I believe the Memphis Ameraprise team occupied the dugout after us. If you found this glove or have seen it please respond to this post or call Jack Baker 850-217-1769. Thanks.
Aug. 23, 2010
DoubleL10
Men's 65
821 posts
Hey, Jackie, I think someone from Monster softball had a glove similar to the one you describe and was trying to find its' owner. I saw the glove and knew it was not one of our guys'. Hopefully, it was turned in. Congrats on you guys' win - sorry we weren't more competitive.

Larry Lopez
Texas 60s
Aug. 23, 2010
BruceinGa
Men's 60
2650 posts
I've always said that playing senior softball is much like coaching girl's softball. You always have to hang around after games to see what bats, gloves or other equipment someone has left behind.
Just kidding Jackie!
Aug. 24, 2010
beachbum
Men's 50
23 posts
We tried several teams but could not find the owner. I believe we left it on the water cooler or the with the director. I would check with them. good luck GA/AL Masters
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