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|Aug. 24, 2010|
|Topic: General and miscellaneous|
Discussion: Reebok Senior Bat
I play rightcenter for Ameriprise. Beachburn is correct. The bat I used was borrowed from a Nashiville area sporting goods to try out. It was a blue Reebok with a large emblem. It was unique because it had 3 oval holes about 8 inches below the handle. It was marked ASA/USSSA/NSA. I did'nt see Senior on this bat. We are AA, no home runs. This bat hit well and the 3 holes was interesting but not the Chollis mentioned. Big D probably would have added a fourth hole to it the way he launches.
|July 30, 2009|
I'm playing with a local team Perfect Pay. Put together from mostly oldtimers for this tour. Practiced last night fields were in great shape. But have some spots that will not drain well. Some fields are new and will be used for the first time. Hopefully Lefty(Joe)is right. It is widely scattered rain. Good luck to all of you.
|April 2, 2008|
Discussion: Gallatin, TN - SPA
I'm currently not on a tournament team. Looking to play with a 50 AAA or AA in Gallatin, SPA Tournament May 3rd.
Played in a few tournaments last year until I hurt my knee.
I live in Gallatin. I have speed but no power. Lefty, can play outfield,first, catch, or second. (615)504-5739 or (615)451-9333 and leave message.
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