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Discussion: Looking to play in some 40 & over tourneys.
|Jan. 14, 2012|
|Looking to play in some 40 & over tourneys.|
If anybody is looking for a good u-trip pitcher. Can hit for power but I love to go backdoor. Playing this year full time but can make some big tournaments. Can give references if needed. Will be 41 this year.
|Jan. 15, 2012|
|Unfortunately, you're USSSA pitching skills are useless in senior softball. You pretty much have to lay the ball in there and if you do something out of the ordinary, hitters will make a federal case out of it, even though the ball is still moving 6 MPH. |
|Jan. 31, 2012|
|i disagree. if you have good control, and can work the batter,you can easily adapt to a 10-12' arc. go for it scoot.|
|Feb. 7, 2012|
|Hello Scott..my name is Eurskine Lyons , and i'm here in Atlanta,Georgia, send me an email at firstname.lastname@example.org ,or call me at 404-867-6421.|
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