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Nov. 6, 2014
Topic: Website comments
Discussion: Bullhead City, Az 2014 fall tourney

As usual, the same people who know NOTHING about softball, again tried to put together a tournament. Again, they failed miserably. For the 3rd yr. in a row, the local teams were put in divisions that they had NO chance of winning. Time & again we have tried to volunteer our input on the managing of the tournament, & have been ignored. We have volunteered to help maintain the fields before, during, & after the tournaments, but have been denied. I live in BHC & play on a team from BHC. We have decided to NOT represent BHC in future tourneys. We are in the process of organizing a Senior Softball Association, & hope to gain back control of the tournaments that we officially started, that the city so graciously took away from us with promises, promises, & the hopes of working with them !!!!!!!!!! Doug Breza, BHC
Feb. 8, 2014
Topic: Bats
Discussion: Bat warmers

Sorry for the repeat, but my original post seems to have disappeared. I lost the comments that were received for I have been using this solar heated bat bag for over 1 1/2 yrs., with great success. Well built, durable product, that exceeds expectations. Great way to protect all your bats from cool weather damage,& reduce hand sting. Lite weight,& easy to transport. This is solar heat, not artificial, no different than putting the bat on top of the dugout or sticking it in the fence. However, this is a more effective way of protecting your bat investment.
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