|, Feb. 14, 2007|
|Topic: Women's softball|
Discussion: Kona glove for sale
I have a near new Nakona RMG-600-cw, 12 1/2\' glove for sale. It is not broken in yet. They are selling for $150.00 retail. Asking $90.00. If interested, or have any questions, email me at firstname.lastname@example.org
|, Feb. 13, 2007|
Discussion: balls damaging bats??
I was wondering if any of you has any evidence or theories on practice (rubber) balls or for that matter different softballs doing damage to bats when hit for practice. I notice that if you go to a batting cage, many of the balls you are hitting are water soaked, some are extremely dried out and hard. It would seem that this could damage some of the composite bats. Any ideas???????
|, Feb. 10, 2007|
Discussion: Balanced vs. End Loaded
I have been playing in the senior league for a few years and am considering getting either an Untra 2 or Combat for the upcoming season. I am not a big power hitter. Tall and lanky, fairly strong for my age. Hit mainly hard line drives but occasionally surprise myself with some power. Anyway, can someone please explain the differences and advantages of end loaded compared to balanced. Any help would be appreciated.
|, Nov. 29, 2006|
Discussion: A partial solution for altered bats
Being fairly new to senior softball (now 59 and have played for last 5 years), I find it amazing that men (and women) in their fifty's and sixty's are still trying to cheat the system by doctoring bats. THIS IS SLOOOOOOW PITCH SOFTBALL FOR CRYIN' OUT LOUD! Makes me wonder what else these people cheat at. Just my 2 cents worth and I will probably catch flak but it seems to me that a whole lot of what we call ADULTS need to grow up!