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Real name:
Scott Tait

Location:
FresnoClovis, CA

Division:
Men's 65

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, Aug. 12, 2015
taits
Topic: Tournaments
Discussion: Western Nationals 50 Major predictions

Swing.....

You should know by now that ncssa plays favorites with certain teams. Heck, if I remember right they aren't even using all the fields so I'd think sonething could have been changed at least for the am and sunset times not that they would be playing then.

Used to be a fantasticassn, not so much these days imo. Too bad there isn't another assn in the valley other than the ASA for seniors in Fresno and on the coast. But even it could be much better.
, Aug. 12, 2015
taits
Topic: Tournaments
Discussion: Western Nationals 50 Major predictions

The sue is a double edged sword for both teame. Batters cant see the ball for great hits and dangerious for pitchers who can't see the ball coming at them.
I've been in the sun many times and it isn't pleasant...
Have complained to no avail except for in St. George where the game was delayed for about ten minutes. Never had a game delay in SSUSA for the sun or wind, and both can be bad.

One remedy for sun is to wear welders glasses\goggles. They work. Wind, bring a kite...lol.
, July 24, 2015
taits
Topic: Tournaments
Discussion: Western Nationals 50 Major predictions

Tri18,
Was going by your 1st post of July 20 about same as production line model.
Personally, I would have expected more than a 'blank'.
But thanks for reply.
, July 24, 2015
taits
Topic: Players looking to join a team
Discussion: Looking to play in Huntsman Tourney

They have a message board for players and teams alike to post on.
, July 24, 2015
taits
Topic: Bats
Discussion: Cracked Dudley

I figure you got your money's worth out of it. Thats about 2-3 years worth of use. Most other bats out there expecially the U-2's, your lucky to get 200.
Buy another one & use this one for BP only.
, July 23, 2015
taits
Topic: Bats
Discussion: Cracked Dudley

Tri18,

1. So which model is this Miken bat?
2. Still no mention of a warranty for it, only mentioned for other models.
, July 20, 2015
taits
Topic: Rules of the game
Discussion: 15" gloves

Rule book: 3.6 Gloves

Last sentence spells it out Nothe th 14inch part at beginning of 4th line.

Here are the maximum length specifications: palm width (top) 8" (20.3 cm), palm width (bottom) 81⁄2 (21.6 cm), top opening of web 5" (12.7 cm), bottom opening of web 41⁄2 (11.5 cm), 1st finger crotch seam 71⁄2 (19.05 cm), thumb crotch seam 71⁄2 (19.05 cm), crotch seam 161⁄2 (41.91 cm), thumb top to bottom edge 91⁄4 (23.5 cm), 1st finger top to bottom edge 14" (35.56 cm), 2nd finger top to bottom edge 131⁄4 (33.66 cm), 3rd finger top to bottom edge 121⁄4 (31.12 cm), 4th finger top to bottom edge 11" (27.94 cm).


I used to a 15" Nakona glove for 3 years when I first started playing sr ball. Never was callen on it. Traded it for a bat...big mistake.
Have never heard of anyone being called on over size either. Same for examination of bats. Might happen but time constranis sure put a damper on that for everyone.
, July 19, 2015
taits
Topic: Rules of the game
Discussion: 15" gloves

All I can say is that if it's that good, why no mention of a warranty? After all, Miken had one earlier with one.

, July 19, 2015
taits
Topic: Tournaments
Discussion: Why the problem of

Dbax,
There is a s....d post on that there, but nothing like this one has been a 'results' post before...

, July 2, 2015
taits
Topic: General and miscellaneous
Discussion: Waterproof Softball Shoes?

Wood,
That's good advice on the socks. I used to do that in rainy times of the year. But you really neer know about grass fields in the AM and after the rains re puddles.
Stay healthy Bob.
, July 2, 2015
taits
Topic: General and miscellaneous
Discussion: Waterproof Softball Shoes?

Inreading up on many of these products I notices some (not all) have a negative side to their use... deteriation of leather and laces for some of them. So you need to read the labels err do research before using.
If you use a real old school shoe maker, ask what he'd recommend.
, July 1, 2015
taits
Topic: General and miscellaneous
Discussion: Remember When...........

The Wilson 9130's were excellent balls also. Kinda like the Super blue dots and red dots.
, June 30, 2015
taits
Topic: General and miscellaneous
Discussion: Remember When...........

Any one remember the Legend 2 Centerfire balls? IMO they held up and flew, as well as the ones with the Reptile covers were water repellent.
So many breands and all were used back when it was a better time.
, June 29, 2015
taits
Topic: General and miscellaneous
Discussion: Waterproof Softball Shoes?

Might want to look at this as well.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AqQ3IyyObsk


, June 29, 2015
taits
Topic: General and miscellaneous
Discussion: Waterproof Softball Shoes?

Prevent not the other.
, June 29, 2015
taits
Topic: General and miscellaneous
Discussion: Waterproof Softball Shoes?

If the shoes have holes in them (as for breathing) you won't pervent getting soaked. If a good quality shoe or even if not, you might try ScotchGuard on an old pair to see if it works for you.
, June 26, 2015
taits
Topic: Bats
Discussion: Worth Senior Legit

I might be wrong, but this is sounding (reading) like it's been on here before. But it may have been about a dinged up bat, rather than a defective bat, though it was someone doing simulial for another 'owner' of the bat on here. Maybe a year ago or so.
So I stand by my fish story, sorry.
Sorry too, that the bat went bad, but it happens as mentioned on here.
Getting that from the CC coompany could take forever, err 30 days, but time lost in theis 3rd party affair deal didn't help either of you out.
As a senior I learned some things the hard way over time, but this one (receipts) I learned with my 1st CC back in 1966.
Good luck to both of you.
, June 26, 2015
taits
Topic: Bats
Discussion: Worth Senior Legit

Lewis, The easiest way for you given that you were not able to get a 'receipt' from Softball.com but you no doubt used pay-pal if you used ebay. Pay-pal has receipts you can get to through your acct info but it's time constrained, don't knw how long. CC's also give you recourse for defective products.

What i think....You should have been able to figure any of these out and taken which ever road & taken it to Worth on the defect issue. If it was relatively recent, say 90 days of so you should still have some time.
Who known maybe you still can.

, June 25, 2015
taits
Topic: Bats
Discussion: Worth Senior Legit

Something awfully fishy in all this. It doesn't take a rocket scientist to get the info needed for resolution, such as a receipt. Over the years I've dealt with softball.com on eBay, their web site and on the phone never had a problem gettin g a receipt or item resolution.




, June 24, 2015
taits
Topic: Tournaments
Discussion: Pool games....???

Paul, you need to look at what it out there there are many that onlt offer egg and have an vg-excellent showings**. At least here in CA. I can't name assn here but it's national.

**mostly the younger guys but fees are half.
I'll fill you in if ou mean me. addy is in my link here.
These here are some of the best events out there but as mentioned costly. Onle a elect group get full brackets. and brackets that are less than 5 in reality are imo worthless when compaired to time, cost & what yiu may have done instead. Which usulaay depends on where you are located.
Best ones I know of are Reno, Vegas and PHX. (no specific order)
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