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Discussion: Want to share this with my bros.
|Nov. 24, 2012|
|Want to share this with my bros.|
This is an example of the beauty of senior ball. I just finished an impromptu BP/scrimmage organized by myself and another senior. We sent out a mass text to friends and teammates from 4 teams in the area. It was done just to get together with buddies to play some ball on a beautiful 70 degree day in Las Cruces. We took BP and played for 4 1/2 hours 9am to 1:30pm with a beer break for about 30 minutes from 11:30 to 12. I don't know how many people are able to do this but in Las Cruces this is not uncommon. We also invited sons, nephews and others to come out and have a great time enjoying the game. Without the friendship you establish as seniors, I doubt if we could ever pull his off. We played and laughed and had a great time enjoying the game and life.
"Stay thirsty my friends"
|Nov. 24, 2012|
|That's the way softball used to be... a good time for however long it took to play the game(s).|
|Nov. 25, 2012|
|You do get it Tony-just as we agreed in September when I saw you, it is as much about friendship as anything any more. I wish I was on that list, I might just drive down for a day!|
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