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Nov. 11, 2012
Topic: Rules of the game

Definately an out. Think if there was a fence, the first baseman can reach over the fence and make the catch for an out. Same thing without the fence...
Oct. 6, 2012
Topic: General and miscellaneous
Discussion: SLIDING!!

HJ - don't know % of 50+ who slide. I play on rec ball team where next oldest guy isn't within 10 years of me. However, none of these guys slide like I do. In my younger years, I pushed the envelope hard, and usually had raw knees from sliding so much. I figured if I didn't slide once or twice a game I wasn't trying hard enough. Less than half the younger guys slide, and when they do I'm surprised they don't get hurt more. Lot of headfirst stuff too, which is just way too easy to get hurt on...
Sept. 19, 2012
Topic: General and miscellaneous
Discussion: SLIDING!!

I'm 56 and still play in open rec league ball. And I still slide. Nothing like firing up the team when I hit the line and slide into second for a double. Still love to hook slide and fade away. I stay away from head first though, that's when I usually got hurt!
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