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Real name:
Doug Merline

Location:
Fort Atkinson, WI

Division:
Men's 50

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, Oct. 30, 2015
dug8
Topic: General and miscellaneous
Discussion: Why is this rule not enforced??

Has any thought ever been given to moving the Mat "Back", behind home plate and not calling the plate a strike? Fully understand why the box cannot be moved forward towards the pitcher. The underlining problem that was created when the plate became a strike is how does a batter hit a 6 foot pitch that hits the front of the mat without stepping forward out of the batters box. Obviously this would put the mat very close to the back of the box though. If it is a 6 foot pitch, it is still hittable. Higher pitches to the back of he box would be tough, but batters would make the adjustments, all of which would be backwards, further way from the pitchers.

, Sept. 24, 2015
dug8
Topic: General and miscellaneous
Discussion: Player Reclassification

As an individual "Major" player you can play on a "AAA" team as long as that team does not have more then a total of 3 Major players on it's roster. I'm not sure on this part, but I believe that you would need to play 2 years with a new "AAA" team to get yourself reclassified as a "AAA" player.
, May 27, 2015
dug8
Topic: Rules of the game
Discussion: ball tipped over fence with no bome runs left, bases loaded, playing rules were walks after no HR Left. what should happen.

Our team had the exact scenario happen 10+ yrs ago in NSA and it was handled the same way as you describe it. I'm not sure about Senior Softball, but that is the correct call for NSA and most likely ASA and USSSA.
, May 8, 2015
dug8
Topic: Players looking to join a team
Discussion: Couple of MN players looking to play on a MN team 50+

Are the two MN players still looking for a team?
If so call me at 920-728-0100
, Dec. 4, 2014
dug8
Topic: Players looking to join a team
Discussion: Senior teams nearby me (I reside in Naperville, IL) still around for 2015??

Rick, We may be interested in adding a player. You can contact me at djm@saelenscorp.com if you would like.
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