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Jim Alsup

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Soddy Daisy, TN

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Men's 60

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, April 25, 2012
hombre
Topic: General and miscellaneous
Discussion: What have Been Your Experiences With PVD?

docswear and Omar, I truly appreciate the feedback. It's been helpful and reassuring. I have confidence in the specialist who is treating me, but there are some questions best answered by other softball players with first hand experience. Thanks again
, April 23, 2012
hombre
Topic: General and miscellaneous
Discussion: What have Been Your Experiences With PVD?

I would have to reply to the good doctor that anyone who uses the "Special Bats" himself and then belittles others for doing the same, has no manhood, but has plenty of hypocrisy. Also, if the doctor doesn't like the way the game is being played, play somewhere else. That is unless the sole purpose of his whining is to have someone notice that he exists. Mike, I'm with you, Play Ball!
, April 23, 2012
hombre
Topic: General and miscellaneous
Discussion: What have Been Your Experiences With PVD?

Mike, I appreciate the information. I have an appointment 5/5 and hope my doctor releases me. The condition has improved, but I was concerned about the effect of playing softball since I was taking BP when I noticed my problem. Thanks, again
, April 23, 2012
hombre
Topic: General and miscellaneous
Discussion: What have Been Your Experiences With PVD?

I was recently diagnosed with PVD (Posterior Vitreous Detachment), which is a partial detachment of the gel sac in the eye from the retina. I have some concerns about the effect of softball on this condition. According to Google, 75% of all people over the age of 65 experience this condition, so I know some of you must have some first hand knowledge on the subject.

My concerns are: does playing softball exacerbate the condition, do the symptoms eventually disappear, does the condition occur more than once? Any firsthand information would be appreciated.


, April 23, 2012
hombre
Topic: Tournaments
Discussion: NSA TOURNAMENTS

Avoiding the NSA tournaments may be in response to the 52 core 275 compression balls that are being used.
, April 18, 2012
hombre
Topic: General and miscellaneous
Discussion: Survey

I played about 3 or 4 seasons of D ball when I was about thirty. I only remember playing in about five tournaments. I began playing 55AAA in 2003. Not too impressive. I wish that I had begun playing much earlier.

, April 13, 2012
hombre
Topic: General and miscellaneous
Discussion: Arthritis pain remedies

I hope that you guys don't misconstrue what my post said. The comments from the blog are not my words. I just happened upon it while researching Reumofan Plus and thought you might find it of interest. I'm sorry if I wasn't clear.
, April 12, 2012
hombre
Topic: General and miscellaneous
Discussion: Arthritis pain remedies

Like many on this board, I have many arthritis, pain issues and am always looking for some relief. So when I did some research on this product I found that almost all of the information was provided by those selling the drug. All, even the legitimate, sources seem to agree that the product does relieve pain. The side effects vary according to site. Some say the effects are negligent and others say they are extremely dangerous, especially to seniors.

The following is a blog that has something very interesting to say. You might want to research it.

Ive done some quick preliminary research on this, and it seems like this scenario explains much. Do a Google search on Rumoquin NF, and compare it to the lab report results below. We are being played for Gringo $ucker$.

Of course this product isnt 100% natural. This has been widely known in Mexico for some time now and that is why the product has been pulled from majority of the natural stores down there. Now their market is for people in the United States.

The bottom line is there is no company Riger Natural. There are no counterfeits of this product. The product does not contain cortisone. All Reumofan Plus is a drug called Rumoquin NF. Its the same exact pill and contents as Reumofan Plus. They are just repackaging Rumoquin into Reumofan Plus bottles and saying that it is 100% natural. Rumoquin is a drug manufactured by a company called Marcel. This is why there are so many variations of the product. People in Mexico are just buying the Rumoquin pills and making their own packaging. The pills never contained cortisone. The people making them would just use this as leverage to say oh mine is the real deal those pills are fake. Same with the expiration being 2014 and 2016 just another marketing technique as long with the UV lights inside the box. So all you people who are worried about counterfeits, RELAX, all Reumofan Plus is the same just different packaging.

Some pills of Reumofan Plus are smooth on both sides, others contain an M on the pill. Look at the company Marcel who makes the Rumoquin. Their logo and pills are the same ones being put into Reumofan Plus: http://www.labscopromedic.com/product_images/x/930/RUMOQUIN__21544.jpg


, April 10, 2012
hombre
Topic: Bats
Discussion: Batting Cages- good or bad idea

I agree completely with surf88. When you hit from a tee you will be using the same type of softballs that you use in games. Hitting from a tee, the contact is usually more consistent. You can better judge the effect each hit has on the bat. It also gives you the opportunity to work on your mechanics.

While hitting live pitching is much more effective for getting your timing down, the tee hitting is more controlled and consistent. It's also great for trying new techniques like changing your grip, changing your stance, and for comparing different bats.
, March 30, 2012
hombre
Topic: Bats
Discussion: Need your input

Pricer, one thing to take into consideration is how you will be played defensively if you come to the plate with a metal bat. Speaking as an outfielder, if a hitter comes to the plate with a metal bat, we normally move in. This gives you a much smaller area into which you can hit safely. However, if the same hitter comes to the plate with a senior bat, we are less likely to come in as far . Just the threat of the long ball that a senior bat brings is beneficial. Just my thoughts.
, March 25, 2012
hombre
Topic: Bats
Discussion: ultras

I've had two and both lasted about 150 hits. They were really nice bats, but...
, March 3, 2012
hombre
Topic: Bats
Discussion: Yellow MM Combat

I ordered mine from Kevin also. 845-532-2668. I was so excited that I didn't ask about the price. The answer to your question, no, I'm not too smart. LOL
, March 2, 2012
hombre
Topic: General and miscellaneous
Discussion: What balls are going to be used by NSA this year?

I know that the 52/275 ball is going to be used in one of the NSA tournaments this year. Are all of the tournaments going to use the same ball?
, March 2, 2012
hombre
Topic: Bats
Discussion: Yellow MM Combat

I'm in agreement with you guys. I've had four yellow Combats. The first was the best bat that I've ever had, possibly with the exception of my first ASA stamped UltraII. The next three were not as good. My only blue Combat took longer to break in and didn't last as long as the yellows. It didn't seem to perform as well either. Something was changed.

Qnine, I ordered one of the white 10" Centenarians last Monday. After reading what you've had to say, I'm really excited. I just hope that I can find a sweet spot on a 10" barrel. I have trouble with the 13" barrels. LOL
, Feb. 29, 2012
hombre
Topic: Tournaments
Discussion: Giving 5 runs to "inferior" teams

Sometimes the umps are clueless in these situations. In an SPA tournament last year, the older team was given five runs because they were older and the younger team was given an extra defensive player because the were in a lower classification. The rules book state that it is a wash, but the umps said no...

, Feb. 20, 2012
hombre
Topic: General and miscellaneous
Discussion: being i like the combats

I ordered one this morning. I have a lot of trust in the player who told me about it. He demoed it. I was so excited by what he told me that I forgot to ask for the price. Call 845-532-2668, preferably earlier in the morning.
, Feb. 20, 2012
hombre
Topic: General and miscellaneous
Discussion: 2012 CLASSIC SPRING TRAINING

I enjoy this event more each year. Of all the things I enjoy, meeting new friends like Gucci, Gunny, and Big D, and visiting with old friends like Curt, Mad Dog, Ray Ray and Bruce, is the best.

I don't believe that this event could be duplicated, because it would be almost impossible to find a group that would put in the time and effort that Curt and associates put in for no financial gain. I'm sure anyone who has been to one of the banquets and sees the respect given to the military appreciates what a good group of men and women they are. Thanks again, Curt
Hombre
Huffman Electric 65's
, Feb. 15, 2012
hombre
Topic: Bats
Discussion: Oooops there goes another U2.......

Webbie, you can get the gray Combat and the Centenarian in balanced or end loaded. The blue Combats only comes in balanced. At least that's the way I understand it.
, Feb. 15, 2012
hombre
Topic: Bats
Discussion: Oooops there goes another U2.......

LeeLee's right on target. I'm not a crusher like you, Webbie, but I still break 3 to 4 bats a season. I've found that the Combats last about 3 times as long as the Mikens. They do take a little longer to break in, but you can also hit them in colder weather than the Mikens. The red Maxload seems to be especially fragile, as does the EL Melee. I currently have a gray Combat and plan on buying another blue one at the CST this weekend.

I know a number of big hitters who have shopped around and have returned to the Combats.
, Feb. 1, 2012
hombre
Topic: General and miscellaneous
Discussion: League play HR rule

In our local league, before each game the teams choose how many home runs they want allowed, between 1 and 10. If one team wants 10 and the other want 1, they strike an average and allow 5 and then it's one up. Of course, the strong teams usually go for 10 and the weak teams 1. However, sometimes both teams may go for 10. They use USSSA balls and bats and there are a lot of HRS. It's an open league where you find all level of players.
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