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, March 24, 2008
Larry S
Topic: General and miscellaneous
Discussion: sore quads

When I first started senior softball at 59, I thought part of the spring ritual was to pull my quads. After 2 years of this I found a stretch exercise that REALLY WORKS. Grab hold of a stationary object to balance with one hand, use the opposite hand to grasp the leg around the ankle and lift it towards your buttocks. Do this for at least :30 sec occasionally pulling your ankle extra hard. You will feel your quad stretch. Try to do each leg 4-5 times after you get to the field. I have never had a quad pull since I started doing this exercise & have had others tell me it really works. Larry VA.
, March 24, 2008
Larry S
Topic: Bats
Discussion: Ultra II break in period?

The bat advice I follow is by Anthony Kelly at www.kellysultimatesports.com. He says DO NOT use it for batting practice. Ready to go right out of the wrapper & no break in. I use it in all SPA games & agree. Larry in VA.
, Feb. 2, 2008
Larry S
Topic: General and miscellaneous
Discussion: Link to the Book Slow-Ppitch Softball Summer at top right is bad.

Just go to amazon.con & pull it up. You can buy it new $9.97. Larry
, Dec. 14, 2007
Larry S
Topic: General and miscellaneous
Discussion: Team Rating Question

If a 60+ major team has several players on the team starting a 65+ team, how many players would have to move up to make that new 65+ team a Major Team?
, Oct. 29, 2007
Larry S
Topic: Rules of the game
Discussion: how do you see this call

woops, hit wrong key on above post, it's Rule 8 Sec 7.
, Oct. 29, 2007
Larry S
Topic: Rules of the game
Discussion: how do you see this call

2007 ASA rule book page 115.
Rule 7, Section 7, J.
The runner is out when the runner interfers with a fielder attempting to field a batted fair ball.........
, Sept. 13, 2007
Larry S
Topic: Rules of the game
Discussion: Any ASA rule regarding defensive player kicking the ball?

Is there any ASA rule regarding a defensive infielder stopping a ball with his foot that was thrown back into the infield after a hit? In a local game the runner stated he should be awarded second base because the infielder kicked the ball ?? Thanks
, Sept. 4, 2007
Larry S
Topic: Rules of the game
Discussion: what ASA Rule would apply?

What ASA rule would apply if batter after hitting ball thru to fence, while rounding first base inadvertently comes in contact with first baseman? First baseman was not involved trying to catch ball nor impede runner. Should runner be allowed second or even third? Thanks Larry
, April 30, 2007
Larry S
Topic: General and miscellaneous
Discussion: What is the correct call?

look at ASA official rules in 2007 book page 154, rule 44 A. The ball remains live, or becomes immediately dead, depending on the closest defensive player. When the closest defensive player is in front of the base that the runner is in contact with, the ball remains live. However, when the closest defensive player is behind the base, the ball is dead. Should the ball be ruled dead and the batter awarded a base hit, only runners forced to advance because the batter was placed on first base shall advance one base.
, Oct. 20, 2006
Larry S
Topic: General and miscellaneous
Discussion: Plate As A Strike

The plate and mat is best way to go. Very little arguments with umpires. In 3 years of Senior Softball have heard no whining about plate and mat being used.
, Aug. 26, 2006
Larry S
Topic: Bats
Discussion: New Rip-IT "ELITE"

try www.ripitelite.com
, Aug. 13, 2006
Larry S
Topic: General and miscellaneous
Discussion: Looking for the player release form

it's on SPA website....www.softballplayersassoc.com, look in the left column under FORMS
, May 12, 2006
Larry S
Topic: General and miscellaneous
Discussion: Would anyone like to see tournament results posted here?

great idea, would like to see results posted
, Jan. 7, 2006
Larry S
Topic: Players looking to join a team
Discussion: Looking for a team in Richmond

Are you eligible for 60+ in 2006?
, Sept. 19, 2005
Larry S
Topic: Tournaments
Discussion: Plano 60+ results

Are Plano 60+ AAA results posted any where or does someone know?
Thanks
, Sept. 5, 2005
Larry S
Topic: Rules of the game
Discussion: correct call ASA rules

This was in Burlington. One ump said yes, one said no, They called the ASA official and he said NO. Cannot find in ASA rule book.
, Sept. 4, 2005
Larry S
Topic: Rules of the game
Discussion: correct call ASA rules

Runners on 1st & 3rd, one out.
Fly ball caught by outfielder.
Runner on first thrown out returning to base. Runner on third tagged after catch & scored before runner thrown out at first.
Does run count?
, May 1, 2005
Larry S
Topic: Tournaments
Discussion: Indy Results?

Anyone have results of Indy 60+AAA?
, Oct. 30, 2004
Larry S
Topic: Players looking to join a team
Discussion: Virginia Teams

to name a few 60"s:
Tidewater Patriots 60+AAA
Viginia Cavaliers 60+AAA
Virginia Cavaliers 65 65+AAA
Ancient Mariners 65+AA
VA Crackerjacks 65+AA
Virginians 65+ Richmond 65+AA
Charlottesville Retreads 60+AA

, Aug. 9, 2004
Larry S
Topic: Tournaments
Discussion: Eastern Nationals 60AAA results?

Anyone know scores of Eastern Nationals At Syracuse last weekend 60+AAA?
Thanks Larry
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