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|, Sept. 8, 2004|
Discussion: Legal bats for Las Vegas
I am confused. (It doesn't take much). Aren't there two different tournaments going on in Las Vegas at about the same time? One run by LVSSA and the other SSUSA.
SSUSA allows the Ultra II, but LVSSA doesn't. Is this correct?
They are also going to be using 2 different balls .
LVSSA = Worth Super Blue Dot 47/525.
SSUSA = ?
I hope this clears up some of the confusion between these two tourneys.
Rudy - Roberts Construction 50+ AAA
|, Aug. 17, 2004|
Discussion: South Bend,Ind. Classic results,50+
What is your problem? You make these comments and threats but don't show up to act on them. What a coward.
|, Aug. 9, 2004|
Discussion: Schamburge tournament
Please post the results.
|, Oct. 30, 2003|
Discussion: World Series in Mobile
This is the 1st World Tournament I have played in. I thought it was unusual not have official scorekeepers, some games two umps other games one ump, not enough balls, and dangerous filed conditions. If it wren't for the players helping get the fields in condition after the rain, the tournament would not have gone on. For the amount of money we spent on this tourney we deserved more.
On a positive note, being from Wisconsin, it was nice to meet players from throughout the country and I enjoyed interacting with them, especcially the Road Dog team from California. They wre very similar to our team, we play hard but then have a good time after the game. Congratulations on your 2nd place finish.
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