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|, Oct. 30, 2011|
Discussion: new ASA rules
Not to Hijack your discussion but have heard that NSA will be using senior bats but a 52-275 ball and saw it being used in Boaz at a national tournament and they were hitting it well.
|, Oct. 27, 2011|
|Topic: General and miscellaneous|
Discussion: How would you feel!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
I would agree with Perly except that I was wondering why they would not have waited until the season was completed because I am sure that if they play as many tournaments as stated that this will put that team in a bind for the rest of the year. I also would like to know why a person would not let hitman know in advance especialy if they were good friends and since he had brought them to this team. I understand that finances and health puts each persons at a cross roads but I also know that I would be feeling the same if I had been playing with these guys for several years and they had told people that they were coming back in July to compete for another year. This is has nothing to do with what someone said about being girly it is the fact as someone else said of being a man of your word. If they had some reservations about playing with this team they should have finished the year and then told them that they had decided to go another route.
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