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Sept. 12, 2008
Topic: General and miscellaneous
Discussion: Gary Tryhorn

I dont know Gary, but i doubt any of us would be the players we are today,without our Moms washing uniforms, holding suppers, taking care of scrapes and bruises, while we learned how to play the game. my condolances to all who have lost parents.
Sept. 7, 2008
Topic: General and miscellaneous
Discussion: Ceasar CVhavez fields in Phoenix

the coors light team has played there 2 different times. we were warned by local umpires NOT to linger in the parking lots after games and to leave the area quickly.
Sept. 3, 2008
Topic: General and miscellaneous
Discussion: New Combat Macenko Bat

Hi Mike,
i found your website a few weeks ago and really enjoyed it. Dirk was from our area and while i did not know him, many of the guys i play with did. i sent a link to all of them and had lots of good feedback about the article.
jim mccart
Aug. 22, 2008
Topic: General and miscellaneous
Discussion: Phoenix Worlds!!

RHINOS from illinois will be there. 55 Major .
Aug. 4, 2008
Topic: General and miscellaneous

the best way to get the message to these people is to demand a partial refund. if not that, then refuse to play at their tournaments .only when they have an incentive to complete the games will they put out the effort to do so. every corner is cut, no scorekeepers, 1 umpire, balls left in the sun at 95 degrees, not dragging the fields, etc , etc. this could be a huge tournament with a little planning and consideration for the players. also why the 0-0 counts??? everyone stands there with the bat on their shoulder and takes until they have a strike. just a waste of time and keeps games behind, our 11:30 game was over at 4pm friday.
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