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, June 2, 2016
stew44
Topic: Product review
Discussion: Which .44 375 To Use

hombre, I been talking to Baden senior quality control manager and I been telling him from the sound of the ball off the bat to the flight of the ball the quality of the 2sb550ys is poor compared to there Baden "Fire" Softball (1SPA312Y-02. After reading your comments the 44core and 375comp stamp represent the minimum not maximum. They are actually 47 core 550 compression balls. That Tells you why the ball has poor performance and the reason the COSSA 60 league return the ball. Thanks hombre.
, June 1, 2016
stew44
Topic: Associations
Discussion: Baden Fire softball 2SB550YS Junk in its core!

Don, I thought you were the Don Ward I played ball with when I was back working in GM. That Don Ward thought his opinion was the only one that matter too. I know your on the broad of SPA and they are pushing the ball Baden Fire ball 2SB550YS, but we in the COSSA 60 league (12 Teams)voted to return the ball and play with the Baden "Fire" Softball (1SPA312Y-02) Red/Blue stich. Sorry if we hurt SPA feeling because we chose to use the ball SPA has used the last 2 or 3 years. But in our opinion the Baden Fire ball 2SB550YS is not the quality we want to play with and that I wanted to share with other players & teams our opinion for them to decide. If you want to call me you can get my phone # the same way you got my name through SPA or my cousin Larry Milliron who you know from working with you on the SPA Broad. I am not trying to be anonymous on this issue I have talked to Ridge on the phone, Larry on the Executive Committee from SPA Baden, Rusty Trudeau National Account Manager and Baden Brent Weidenbach Senior Product Line and Quality Assurance Manager. I have told them the Quality is not up to par with the 1SPA312Y-02 in our opinion not yours.

, June 1, 2016
stew44
Topic: Associations
Discussion: Baden Fire softball 2SB550YS Junk in its core!

I play with him Ho. See you in Barberton HO were your not using the Baden Fire softball 2SB550YS. Buckeye classic using the Baden "Fire" Softball (1SPA312Y-02) Red/Blue stich.
, June 1, 2016
stew44
Topic: Associations
Discussion: Baden Fire softball 2SB550YS Junk in its core!

jah#4 yes that's me..
, May 29, 2016
stew44
Topic: Associations
Discussion: Baden Fire softball 2SB550YS Junk in its core!

We have 12 team league in Columbus, Ohio and we had a meeting yesterday on the Baden Fire Softball (2SB550YS) SPA is using and the rep sold the league. The league voted to send the unused balls back to SPA exchange them for the ball we used last 3 years the Baden "Fire" Softball (1SPA312Y-02) and the ball SPA used in its tournaments. That's a lot of people Ward running off the mouth.plus a couple on the impact list from SPA.
, May 26, 2016
stew44
Topic: Associations
Discussion: Baden Fire softball 2SB550YS Junk in its core!

Baden Fire softball 2SB550YS SPA is using in some of there tournaments
Guy's if you have been unfortunate and have played in a SPA tournament that has used the Baden Fire softball 2SB550YS then you should ask for your tournament fee back. This ball is the worst ball you can put your $200.00 Plus bat on. The sound of the ball hitting the bat is as dead as the pop that comes off the ball. It doesn't matter if your a single hitter or a long ball hitter the ball just has no distance. SPA is pushing this ball this season to be used in all of its tournaments so before you sign up to play ask the tournament director what ball they will be using and if it is the Baden Fire softball 2SB550YS save your $475.00 and play in another Senior Softball Associations tournament.

Last year SPA used a good ball in there tournaments the Baden "Fire" Softball (1SPA312Y-02) Red/Blue stich. . Why our they working with Baden on Baden Fire softball 2SB550YS Made in China and pushing it in tournaments must be $$$$.
, Jan. 30, 2014
stew44
Topic: General and miscellaneous
Discussion: DeMarini Swing Chute Trainer

Full Monty, try this site; frankssports.com They say they have the Rawlings 5-Tool Swing Chute Trainer in stock.


http://www.frankssports.com/5-Tool-Swing-Chute-Trainer-P4141.aspx
, Jan. 30, 2014
stew44
Topic: General and miscellaneous
Discussion: DeMarini Swing Chute Trainer

You can find it here at salespider.com $23.99

http://www.salespider.com/cpidls-2b8b4702336404ead1f857f2637c8527/demarini-swing-chute-bat-trainer-ea
, Jan. 23, 2014
stew44
Topic: General and miscellaneous
Discussion: Looking for Doc Marten players need to contact Joe

Like to talk to Coach Joe or Stan on Doc Martens 65+.Let them know I am looking.
, Jan. 18, 2014
stew44
Topic: Teams looking for players
Discussion: 65+ AAA Ball Players Travel Team Ohio.

Wanted 65+ AAA ball players to play on Universal/COSSA travel team. We have had players move up to the 70s travel Cossa team and are looking to replace with Quality ball players. Last years team won 2 SPA national tournaments heart of Ohio and The Great Lakes NIT. Won first flight tournament Dayton, Oh. Anaconda tournament Brook Park, Oh. finished 4th in the SPA World Championships in Dalton Ga. Looking for around 4 players
Area’s Ohio, Michigan,Indiana, West Va, Kentucky
If your good send me a email and let me know where you have played and the position you play.

stew20@columbus.rr.com
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