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Mark McDaniel

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, Jan. 24, 2011
Steinbrenner
Topic: Bats
Discussion: Freak Plus Players Model 2011

How much do you want for the Freak 98 & what weight? Email me at mark00asa@aol.com Thanks Mark
, Jan. 4, 2011
Steinbrenner
Topic: General and miscellaneous
Discussion: What was the greatest moment in your softball career?

My greatest moment was being able to play league ball with my son before he got Cancer....
, Oct. 14, 2009
Steinbrenner
Topic: Bats
Discussion: LTB WORTH WSRSB LAUNCH 510 26 OZ

I do have a Gold 510 26oz, Hit maybe 15 times & the cellophane wrapper is still on it. email me at mark00asa@aol.com
, Oct. 10, 2008
Steinbrenner
Topic: Teams looking for players
Discussion: 50 AAA Mens Team Looking For Outfielder for St. George Next Week

We are in desperate need for an Outfielder for the Huntsman Games next week, Oct 13-17. Call me Mark McDaniel 209-495-7148 Quicksliver 50 AAA
, Sept. 12, 2008
Steinbrenner
Topic: General and miscellaneous
Discussion: Out at the plate

Joe you are too old to play 50's anyway. Heaven forbid a 61 year old cripple should be playing down to 50 Majors. What are you thinking? LOL Play On Old Guy
, Sept. 12, 2008
Steinbrenner
Topic: General and miscellaneous
Discussion: Gary Tryhorn

Gary, My heart goes out to you. She must have been a wonderful person, afterall, look how you turned out. My thoughts are with you during these difficult times.
Mark McDaniel
, Sept. 30, 2007
Steinbrenner
Topic: Players looking to join a team
Discussion: 50 Major Player looking to go to Phoenix

I have been a back up player with Kelly Sports, Cal Thunder & The Rebels. I am playing on a AAA team in Nor Cal & looking for a team for Phoenix. I hit for power & a good average & can Pitch, Catch & play 1st base. Give me a buzz if interested. mark00asa@aol.com
, Sept. 24, 2007
Steinbrenner
Topic: General and miscellaneous
Discussion: St George- Huhntsman Games two weeks away...

The Yankees are going!! No really!! Quicksilver 50AAA will be there. It sure is fun playing with those guys.
, Sept. 24, 2007
Steinbrenner
Topic: General and miscellaneous
Discussion: Banned in Seattle

Joe...... Not to change the subject........What happenned to Bam Bam & how is he doing?
, Sept. 24, 2007
Steinbrenner
Topic: General and miscellaneous
Discussion: Banned in Seattle

Hey Joe,
Go get-em!!! Hurray for free speech!! LOL
, Sept. 15, 2006
Steinbrenner
Topic: General and miscellaneous
Discussion: Doctored Bat in Seattle?

Hitit,
The bat did have every indication of being altered; loose cap, soft cap & the end of the bat was chipped. I have watched some great home run contests. Bryson Baker & Carl Rose squared off in a contest a few years ago in Concord. They weren't hitting the kind of shots that this guy was & he kept hitting them over & over. I know that Bryson & Carl use "factory supplied bats". I am not saying that this guys home runs are impossible to duplicate but in my opinion it is impossible to hit 350-400 foot shots over & over again with an ASA 98 approved Synergy CNT.
, Sept. 14, 2006
Steinbrenner
Topic: General and miscellaneous
Discussion: Reflections on Seattle 50 Men AA

Everybody seems to forget "It's a Profit Deal" LOL
, Sept. 14, 2006
Steinbrenner
Topic: General and miscellaneous
Discussion: Doctored Bat in Seattle?

Lou,
Actually it wasn't I that protested the questionable bat. My team was sitting in the stands with a representative of a bat manufacturer discussing how the ball flies off of that blue Sunergy CNT. He had watched our game & the championship game with the Mavericks & also marveled at how far tha ball flew off of a ASA legal bat. Not sure who protested it. The next thing that happenned is that a known bat doctor & the tournament director got together & took the bat. Each association has it's own fee structure for protesting bats & it is a pricey ordeal, as they don't want everybody protesting each others bats, just to get them out of the game. The team manager should be the person protesting the bat & then they usually send it back to the original manufacturer for them to check. Usually the only thing that happens after it is found to be altered, is that player faces suspension.
, Sept. 13, 2006
Steinbrenner
Topic: General and miscellaneous
Discussion: Doctored Bat in Seattle?

I wasn't going to mention names. Not my style. I can't fault the team. Only one person used the bat. I have been competing against those guys for years & years. They have always been a great bunch of guys.
, Sept. 13, 2006
Steinbrenner
Topic: General and miscellaneous
Discussion: Doctored Bat in Seattle?

I wasn't going to mention names. Not my style. I can't fault the team. Only one person used the bat. I have been competing against those guys for years & years. They have always been a great bunch of guys.
, Sept. 13, 2006
Steinbrenner
Topic: General and miscellaneous
Discussion: Doctored Bat in Seattle?

The person & bat in question played & used the bat in games against my team. Now remember, Senior Softball allows the use of Miken UII's. This person decided to use a Blue Easton Synergy which is ASA 98 approved. We played against him in 4 different games in Seattle. I would say that 80% of the balls he hit were home runs. Not your cheapy, barely clearing the fence home runs, but monster shots. One of the home runs hit the top of the light pole & the ball was still rising. They beat us 2 out of the 4 games. Thats life. There are a few guys on my team, including myself, that own the same bat. The bat, even broken in, doesn't compare with any UII that I have ever hit.
I hate losing any game! My team looks forward to playing any team on an equal playing field. Cheaters need to stay home! Anybody can contact me.
Manager of the California Thunder 50 Major + Softball Club Mark McDaniel mark00asa@aol.com
Oh Yeah, I have been an ASA Player Rep for 15 years, so I have been quite involved with bat testing issues.
, Sept. 13, 2006
Steinbrenner
Topic: General and miscellaneous
Discussion: Doctored Bat in Seattle?

The person & bat in question played & used the bat in games against my team. Now remember, Senior Softball allows the use of Miken UII's. This person decided to use a Blue Easton Synergy which is ASA 98 approved. We played against him in 4 different games in Seattle. I would say that 80% of the balls he hit were home runs. Not your cheapy, barely clearing the fence home runs, but monster shots. One of the home runs hit the top of the light pole & the ball was still rising. They beat us 2 out of the 4 games. Thats life. There are a few guys on my team, including myself, that own the same bat. The bat, even broken in, doesn't compare with any UII that I have ever hit.
I hate losing any game! My team looks forward to playing any team on an equal playing field. Cheaters need to stay home! Anybody can contact me.
Manager of the California Thunder 50 Major + Softball Club Mark McDaniel mark00asa@aol.com
Oh Yeah, I have been an ASA Player Rep for 15 years, so I have been quite involved with bat testing issues.
, Aug. 25, 2006
Steinbrenner
Topic: Rules of the game
Discussion: Platooning. Yes or No

NO....................
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