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Jan. 28, 2004
the dawg
Men's 55
17 posts
WEATHER
HI I just thought i you guys in arizona who have started to play already would like to know in Winnipeg where to 2003 aa worlds were. the temp t his am is windchill -51. Are there any suggestions on which bat would work best. thanks
Jan. 28, 2004
Ted Sparks
Men's 70
17 posts
Why don't you come come on down and join most of your neighbors that are playing ball in Arizona during the winter? We have plenty of room and there are six or seven senior leagues to chose from.
Jan. 30, 2004
Bat-Heater
Men's 50
64 posts
All your bats would work well with a bat-heater.com Not so sure about the rest of your body though and have a feelin' the ball may explode when you hit it.
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