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Real name:
Jeff Sheeran

Location:
Livonia, MI

Division:
Men's 50

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, Oct. 23, 2012
jsheeran
Topic: General and miscellaneous
Discussion: Softball team fund raisers

Gary19: agree with your comment. We've had successful bowling fundraisers the last 2 years and plan another in February. Along with the bowling fee the event includes selling 50/50 tickets, auction items and lane sponsors. The more bowlers the more you make.
, Oct. 18, 2012
jsheeran
Topic: Rules of the game
Discussion: AAA Home Runs

17Black - Thanks for the compliments. We really like the way our team is designed. We feel your team is one of the best around as well and look forward to playing you again. Jeff S.
, Oct. 18, 2012
jsheeran
Topic: Rules of the game
Discussion: AAA Home Runs

17Black - yes I play SS for KSheeran. We played you in the SPA Buckeye Classic with 3 home runs and one up rule. This was our first time at this tournament and it was advertised online as a AAA with SPA rules only to find out when we got there that HO had the rule at 3 and one-up, so we had to play by the rules. If we had known this ahead of time we probably would not have attended this tournament. HO has since told me that this tournament next year will be 3 and an out. Yes our team can hit home runs. But we play the 3 and out because we do not want to play home run derby games. We want to play games where players need to get on base other than with homers. We want to play defense and not just turn our heads, stand there and watch balls go over the fence. Again, if I wanted to play home run derby I'll enter a contest. Hope this helps.
, Oct. 17, 2012
jsheeran
Topic: Rules of the game
Discussion: AAA Home Runs

AAA 3 home run rule and then an out is the way to go. Maybe up it to 4 home run rule and then an out. If you make it a walk after the home run limit is met then the game becomes home run derby. If I wanted to play home run derby then I'd enter a home run derby contest. If the home run limit is met then hit a damn single, double, triple or walk. I have no interest in giving up my weekend to play home run derby games. I'll stay home in the pool thank you very much.
, Oct. 15, 2012
jsheeran
Topic: General and miscellaneous
Discussion: Bat issue

SSUSA how about a steel bat tournament in 2013? Have it in Michigan, our team will play. Any other teams up for this?
, Oct. 14, 2012
jsheeran
Topic: General and miscellaneous
Discussion: Bat issue

I agree with Pricer. No warranty is no warranty no matter how it came into your possesion.
Personally I think a bat costing $200+ should last as long as I want to use it. Our team has team bats paid with team funds. I cannot see paying my own hard earned money for a bat that cracks in less than one season. We need a steel bat association, get back to pitching, defense and let the true home run hitters be the home run hitters. Games 52-51 are ridiculous!!
, Sept. 9, 2012
jsheeran
Topic: General and miscellaneous
Discussion: northern championship

The Bobby Chapp Memorial Senior Qualifier in May is played at Potterville too. For the entry fee cost and a weekend commitment, THE PLAYERS AND SPONSORS WHO FUND THIS ASSOCIATION AND KEEP IT IN BUSINESS DESERVE MUCH BETTER. Bailey Park in Battle Creek is a nice facility.
, July 30, 2012
jsheeran
Topic: Players looking to join a team
Discussion: New Senior Baller this year! 50!

MashMiddle, did you find a team in the Fairfax, VA area? If not, send me an email at jsheeran@haartz.com to discuss an opportunity.
, July 16, 2012
jsheeran
Topic: Tournaments
Discussion: LANSING TOURNEY

Arizona Ice Tea beat Dayton 50's to win the 50 AAA. Don't know the other winners.
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