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Feb. 1, 2005
Topic: Associations
Discussion: Sliding; Not recommended for Me

Loved your poem Tater!

My sentiments are very similar. Running out a double is not the problem. It's those delusions of granduer when you decide to "go for it" that get you in trouble. When it's gonna be close and it dawns on you that "yeah, I can make it all right, but I can't stop without sliding". Sound familiar?

I've spent a few of nights where my leg is stuck to the sheets or the office when the my pants are stuck to my leg.

Keep telling yourself, "It's a good kind of sore" Uh, huh.
June 14, 2004
Topic: Tournaments
Discussion: Camp Pendleton

Don't know the other divisions, but I do know the Marauders one our division.
June 14, 2004
Topic: Tournaments
Discussion: Camp Pendleton

Excellent Tournament!! This is how they should be run. I look at this as the prototype for the rest. Good competition, decent fields, great raffle prizes and the food was great. We didn't do real well win and loss wize but had more fun than some tourney's we've won. Good job you guys and the ladies too. Sign the FV Outlaws up for 2005.
June 10, 2004
Topic: Rules of the game
Discussion: Run Through

We play the Run through in our weekly Thurs. Rec. league and it works out well as most of us use the league to active for tournaments and it works out fine as everyone takes pains to avoid any kind of contact. However we had a player actually break his arm while applying a tag at third base in a tournament using the run through rule. I had a guy running at full speed one time literally knock the ball out of my glove with his knee while playing second base and sending it pretty much back to the left fielder that threw it. The way I see this is that nobody has to run to the next base and nobody has to slide. It's up to the player to decide if he is going to slide. I'm not saying I,m one who is a gung ho sliding type and heck I get my share of courtesy runners. I pick my spots. Western Nationals, US Nationals, Worlds, most of the Vegas Tourney's and other big tourneys. (If my teamates see this they'll say this is BS. Ha Ha!)Otherwise I ain't killing myself. I say keep those who love it slidin'. It's definitely a reward for those who have those skill and is fair to me.
April 12, 2004
Topic: General and miscellaneous
Discussion: Easter Time

There has to be a better web site for this stuff
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