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Nov. 13, 2014
Topic: Bats
Discussion: Dudley Lighting

I have two Dudleys a 12" and a 13" E/L. Keep hitting and it will open up around 150-200. The sound off the bat will change.My 12" has a little more handle flex than 13" but they are real nice bats if you take the time to break them in. I also have a Miken Big cat and a Miken Maxload.It took awhile for them open up but once they did the ball flys off them. My feelings that the Dudleys will do the same
July 6, 2014
Topic: General and miscellaneous
Discussion: Anyone find relief for piriformis syndrome?

Bogie I had the same problem a year ago. I did not play for 7 weeks. I went to physical therapy. Lots of motrin and ICE and lots of walking and stretching.The hardest thing to do was not to play but I am glad that I did.I still have a glute problem when I play to much but I know how to deal with it now.I think this is something that will always be there. I think the best thing to do if possible is to rest and lots of ICE. Hope this helps
March 12, 2014
Topic: General and miscellaneous
Discussion: Sofball Pants

Try HQ4sports for Easton black pants with open bottoms for about 20.00
March 5, 2014
Topic: Bats
Discussion: Asa bats

With those 52-300 compression balls the best ASA bat is the Miken Triad Extreme. The bat will be more durable hitting those balls than the 375 compression ball.Alot of pop from this bat. After talking with Miken I am waiting for the Miken Physco maxload to use with the 375 balls. The triads are built for the 300 balls. Awesome bat
Jan. 5, 2014
Topic: Bats
Discussion: bats and cold weather

Easton makes a bat sleeve so it will keep the bats insulated from the cold. I am not to worried about the heat but my garage can get cold. These sleeves zip on and cost about 9 dollars. If they save one bat they have done there job
Nov. 4, 2013
Topic: Product review
Discussion: Miken Senior Bat Review- shich is the best bat of the 3?

I have a 27oz and a 28oz Ultra white 2-piece that I love to hit with. Bigger sweetspot than the others.
Oct. 4, 2013
Topic: Players looking to join a team
Discussion: 65 and over Senior Slowpitch Travel team - Looking to join one in the Sacramento Area

Dave I live in Lincoln Hills and play Senior slowpitch softball. We have rec leagues and tournament teams. You have to live to play on our field. I am not sure where you live in lincoln but we can get you all the information you need to play in this area.There is a lot of slowpitch experience here. whitey58
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