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Discussion: Lost Glove, Nov 11 at Ft Myers
|Nov. 12, 2010|
|Lost Glove, Nov 11 at Ft Myers|
I left my old Wilson A2000 on the fence of diamond 2 on Thursday. Oshkosh Ambassadors vs Bucs & Bulls at 1:30
If you found it please call me at (608) 225-1772 or email email@example.com.
|Nov. 12, 2010|
|How do you lose your glove ?|
|Nov. 13, 2010|
|Try "Senior Moment" while collecting and bagging team equipment.|
|Nov. 14, 2010|
|hey marty we all have that,and don't let #6 try to tell different,he has many himself..DOH,LOL....|
good luck on getting your glove back,i have aquired 2 in our fall session of league this year.i get to hold them as all the coaches know i have them and hopefully someone will say something,or i donate them to the league come spring.
|Nov. 15, 2010|
|#6 Kenny i use my glove as a koozie for beer that is how i keep up with it|
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