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Feb. 9, 2018
Topic: Teams looking for players
Discussion: KC Barons

Hey all you players out there! We have put the KC Barons pretty much back together. We are at the 60 Major level now and are looking to fill out our roster. If you want to challenge yourself and are really dedicated to softball like us, there's always room. We are looking for a couple of players, outfielder and infielder help, We are looking for a exciting year that not only offers competitive play but actual fun hanging together. We are based out of KC Missouri. We have won Worlds in Vegas, lost in another Championship if game and had success even at the Major+ level. and are very competitive, while still maintaining a great time. Guys what's the use of going out of town and never seeing each other. We like to have dinner together, hang out at the pool and lie to each other on how good we used to be! Give us a call 816-686-3547 ( Mark) or Brett (913)-458-1796
Oct. 2, 2014
Topic: Bats
Discussion: the new bat "Nightmare"

Ok, I am the one who purchased the bat "along" with Brian. I'm not sure what pictures were viewed but the bat did NOT have an abused end cap. I'm not mad at anyone, I just sent the bat back to Kevin to allow him to see the damage. I have had success with Kevin in the past and do not hold anyone responsible for the bat.
That said, just because I accepted the decision to not replace the bat does not mean I am happy about the choice, and I do believe it is a choice. The bat manufacture Rep called me,
" Brandon" and said that we had not even paid for the bat, that caused some confusion. Neither here or there, Brian paid for half the bat and did not need to be called a liar. I know what shape I sent the bat back in, I have pictures of it because Kevin asked me to take them for him. Kevin said that it was more than likely a flaw. I understand things happen, but instead of calling Kevin a liar I chose to find a alternative explanation for the damage.
The comment about smashing the bat into the ground violently is just wrong.
Nov. 26, 2013
Topic: Players looking to join a team
Discussion: indiana player looking for new team

Where do you want to play and at what level? We are looking for a third baseman, Major or major+, call me at 816-365-4130

Nov. 19, 2013
Topic: Teams looking for players
Discussion: 55 Major Team interested in 3rd baseman

Based out of Missouri, / Iowa, Looking for a 3rd baseman for very good 55 Major team, want to get things wrapped up soon. We are looking to play 10 or so tournaments. Very Competitive.Please call Mark at 816-365-4130
March 19, 2013
Topic: Tournaments
Discussion: April 6 - 7 KC

KC Barons ( new name Xtreme ) will be there. Looking forward to the great competition.
Dec. 13, 2012
Topic: Players looking to join a team
Discussion: Looking to go to TOC


Dec. 11, 2012
Topic: Players looking to join a team
Discussion: Looking to go to TOC

Hitter looking to go to TOC 50s or 55s Major or Major + MId West
Oct. 12, 2012
Topic: General and miscellaneous
Discussion: Mid West Teams

A special thanks to our Mid-West teammates, JJ Sports, Team Arkansas, 50 Cal, Coors Light, Rapid Erectors
Scrap Iron Aftershock, Jimmy's /Ancells 50. Playing against your teams truly makes all of us better. To all of your sponsors....thanks for participating in this years Mid-West tournaments. Hope to see all of you again next year!
# 34 Barons
Oct. 10, 2012
Topic: General and miscellaneous
Discussion: Congrats to the KC Barons

Thanks guys. We had a great time and played very tough competition. I'm sure everyone has said it, All the teams are good at Worlds. It takes some luck and timely breaks to get to the end, and we had our share. Congrats to ENR they were a class act and well deseved champions.
#34 Mark Smith
July 24, 2012
Topic: Tournaments
Discussion: Mid West Championship

Congrats to JJ Sports for their win at the Mid-West. Great game in the final over a top notch team DLB/LTS Grading out of WI. Special thanks for the Scrap Iron Aftershock team.
It wasn't enough they had horrible fire issues this past month, but the shooting in Aurora directly effected players on the team. Aftershock had law enforcement competing on their team from Aurora and our hearts go out to them as well as to all the victims of this senseless crime.
Mark S. Smith
KC Barons #34
July 9, 2012
Topic: Players looking to join a team
Discussion: MWS

Where ya been playin? and what level of play are you looking for?
June 19, 2012
Topic: Players looking to join a team
Discussion: 50 major major plus

Give me a call 816-365-4130
Mark S Smith
July 10, 2009
Topic: General and miscellaneous
Discussion: General feelings/discussion/thoughts

Just a comment on the theory of getting hurt by a batted ball...were freakin 50+ it hurts when we get out of the car. Leave the game alone. Use good balls, good bats and get rid of the Home Run limitations that evidently the players voted in. I would be more concerned about giving me mouth to mouth after my fat azz made it to second.
July 24, 2008
Topic: General and miscellaneous
Discussion: Tulsa Ok

Does anyone know how the player for the team from NJ is doing? did he have a heart attack? Your team showed that even though the Statue of Liberty faces away from NJ, you all have our respect. Best wishes!
May 28, 2008
Topic: General and miscellaneous

Kreugs is a stand up guy, I have played with him for years and there is knowbody better around that hits the ball as hard and far as #5.
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