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JMM

Location:
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Men's 50

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, June 23, 2016
JMM
Topic: Tournaments
Discussion: Staying Close

Dave, sorry to informl you, but we can almost always get better rates then the SSUSA rates at the same hotels.
, March 17, 2016
JMM
Topic: Bats
Discussion: 2016 melee

I have also been hitting the new Adidas 26 oz balance bat for the last two weeks. I literally took off the shrink-wrap and hit a line drive HR on the first swing. After the bat had about 60 swings on it, I compared it my Dudley 26oz balance "gamer" bat. Hitting a variety of 44/375 and 52/300 balls, both bats had about the same distance and exit speed off the bat. Because the Adidas bat was not yet broken it, the Dudley's sweet spot and feel was still superior.

I now have about 140 swings on it and I can feel the barrel opening up and the sweet spot increasing. Also, unlike the Rebook Melee, the barrel so far has no paint chips or stress marks.

The one comment I have heard from several other players who have hit this bat is that they feel it swings light. Since I have not yet weighed the bat, I am not sure if the bat is indeed light or if that is just part of the feel of the bat.

I hope that the weather stays nice and I can use it in the Nor Cal tourney this week.
, Sept. 8, 2015
JMM
Topic: General and miscellaneous
Discussion: Pacific Rim Championships

I have play in tournaments with this ball and I agree with Tim. You need to hit this ball square. Your bat choice should be what you are most comfortable with. We never had any issues with damaging a senior bat hitting this ball.

, Dec. 5, 2014
JMM
Topic: General and miscellaneous
Discussion: Best turf shoes out there

Both Tanel and Boombah have good comfortable turf shoes. I would suggest looking into using KT tape on your achilles tendons when you play. It definitely helps.
, Aug. 27, 2009
JMM
Topic: General and miscellaneous
Discussion: Torn Bicep Tendon

Mine was torn at the elbow and I was lucky to have a very good surgeon.
, Aug. 27, 2009
JMM
Topic: General and miscellaneous
Discussion: Torn Bicep Tendon

I completely torn mine about 6 years ago swinging a bat. I had surgery two days later and was told the rehab would take six months. I started playing again after the six month layoff. It took quite a while to get my power stroke back, but I think that was more mental then physical. I have been play pain free since I came back.

Luckily, it was not my throwing arm. I probably would have been scared to throw hard if it was.
, June 20, 2009
JMM
Topic: Players looking to join a team
Discussion: Bakersfield 50+

Both teams are playing this weekend in Tulare. You might want to go and see if they need anyone.
, Oct. 12, 2008
JMM
Topic: Players looking to join a team
Discussion: Looking for 2009 team

Drop me an e-mail when you want to take some BP and I will let you know if I can make it. I should have next weekend open.
, Oct. 3, 2008
JMM
Topic: Players looking to join a team
Discussion: Looking for 2009 team

bigred3...I also live in Bako and still play competive softball in the city league. If you are still looking at putting a team together let me know. jmoncrieff@excite.com
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