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Mel Pfeiffer

Location:
Indianapolis, IN

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Men's 65

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, Sept. 20, 2013
lemons
Topic: Tournaments
Discussion: 2013 SPA World Series

BW, I think the underlying issue was Dayton's hard feelings since they hadn't beaten either of our Indy teams in a while. Regardless, I appreciate your inquiries and understanding. For whom do you play, in what division, and are you going to Vegas? Mel
, Sept. 20, 2013
lemons
Topic: Tournaments
Discussion: 2013 SPA World Series

Thanks for changing threads and your answer, Bob. The alleged offense did happen in a different tourney, but it was SPA. Since our player immediately dropped off the other roster, we thought it would be a non-issue. However, when we played Dayton at Dalton, they were prepared to file a protest and Ridge told our player and manager that if it were upheld they would both be barred from SPA for a year. That is why I believe Ridge to be inconsistent. Regards, Mel
, Sept. 20, 2013
lemons
Topic: Tournaments
Discussion: Congratulations To 65 Scrap Iron Phiten at SPA Worlds

Mr. Wood, One of our players had played in The Circle City Classic with us (65AA) and later played with Brickyard (60AAA) in the same tournament. Brickyard defeated The Dayton Legends in the 60AAA, and apparently there were hard feelings on Dayton's part. Afterward, he was dropped from the Brickyard roster. He's played with us all year, even in league play, and it was a shame that he couldn't finish with us in Dalton. Regards, Mel
, Sept. 20, 2013
lemons
Topic: Tournaments
Discussion: Congratulations To 65 Scrap Iron Phiten at SPA Worlds

Once again, Ridge showed poor decision making when he allowed The Dayton Legends (65's) to threaten a protest and thereby kept a player from US.Jobs from playing on Sunday. How can you be sure what he would do when there is great inconsistency in his rulings.
, May 1, 2013
lemons
Topic: Tournaments
Discussion: Brickyard Tournament

Well, the schedule's out and, for the 65 and 70's there seem to be 2 games on each diamond (5 and 6) at 9:00, 10:30, and so on. Some teams will be very disappointed to show up for a 9:00 game and not get to play it. Has this "glitch" been fixed, and will we find out before showing up for no game? Thanks, Mel
, April 26, 2013
lemons
Topic: Tournaments
Discussion: Brickyard Tournament

Thanks Dave! See you there. Mel
, April 26, 2013
lemons
Topic: Tournaments
Discussion: Brickyard Tournament

Less than a week until the Brickyard and still no schedule. It would help the out of towners if it were posted in a timely fashion. Mel
, Jan. 27, 2013
lemons
Topic: General and miscellaneous
Discussion: Prescription Glasses

I use single vision glasses in the outfield because I think it helps me pick up the ball quicker. I don't wear them when I hit. No experience with transition glasses. Regards, Mel
, Jan. 12, 2013
lemons
Topic: General and miscellaneous
Discussion: rotator cuff rehab

Happy New Year Harry, I hope your rehab continues to go well. I also hope that Jim White will slow down a little at work and come to all of our tournaments. Best wishes to you and Terri, Mel
, Jan. 6, 2013
lemons
Topic: General and miscellaneous
Discussion: Indiana Senior Softball Saddened

Thanks Fabe................A hui ho. Mel (Hope that's right.)
, Jan. 6, 2013
lemons
Topic: General and miscellaneous
Discussion: Indiana Senior Softball Saddened

Indiana Senior Softball, and by extension all of Senior Softball is saddened by the loss of David "Mac" McCormack. Mac played 3rd base for many years with the Indy Fog and we will all miss him. He passed away last Thursday. Thanks for your prayers for his family and friends, Mel
, Sept. 8, 2012
lemons
Topic: General and miscellaneous
Discussion: Meniscus Surgery Recovery Time?

17Black, The key seems to me to be the "lots of arthritis." The surgeon can fix the meniscus just fine, as he did when I had mine done, but shortly thereafter, I began to have pain that he explained away as arthritis. Now he's encouraging me to consider replacement..............guess that's their bread and butter. Good luck with yours, Mel
, Aug. 10, 2012
lemons
Topic: General and miscellaneous
Discussion: Please pray for Steve Simmons

Steve's friends in Indiana send along their prayers for his recovery. With or without softball, his grandchildren should have the opportunity to continue to enjoy his companionship.
, Aug. 7, 2012
lemons
Topic: General and miscellaneous
Discussion: Please pray for Steve Simmons

Dave & Fran, May you find a little comfort in knowing that all of your softball friends from Indiana are thinking of you and praying for your family. Mel
, June 5, 2012
lemons
Topic: General and miscellaneous
Discussion: Reumofan Plus Alert

taits, his definition of contaminants includes dirt, sawdust, and other nonconsequential "fillers." rtaven, It works for me and several of my teammates as well. Regards, Mel
, June 4, 2012
lemons
Topic: General and miscellaneous
Discussion: Reumofan Plus Alert

I failed to mention that my son, a pharmacist, commented that he would be more concerned if there were contaminants in the tablets.
, June 4, 2012
lemons
Topic: General and miscellaneous
Discussion: Reumofan Plus Alert

Mexican health officials have issued a recall for Reumofan Plus based on potentially harmful pharmaceutical ingredients. The U.S. FDA conducted a test on the ingredients of Reumofan Plus and found diclofenac sodium (a prescription NSAID, similar to but stronger than ibuprofen) and methocarbamol (a prescription muscle relaxant). Neither of these is intended for long term use and both can have harmful interactions with current medications. Both of these ingredients are available through doctors' prescriptions. Having taken Reumofan Plus for a short while and been amazed at its effects, I will continue to use it only on game days or during tournaments and not daily. If you have taken Reumofan Plus for a period of time, The FDA suggests that you confer with your doctor to implement a gradual withdrawal since some of the lots may have contained cortisteroids as well. I guess there's no miracle cure for arthritis of the knee after all. To your health, Mel
, May 17, 2012
lemons
Topic: Tournaments
Discussion: Jimmy Clark Memorial

Hey John,
I just got home from playing in a league and as soon as I saw your message, I called our coach and left him a message asking him what is going on? I think our team would like to play if there are 3 other 65+ teams, but it's the coach and manager's call. Thanks for the info and maybe we'll see you there, Mel
, May 17, 2012
lemons
Topic: Tournaments
Discussion: Jimmy Clark Memorial

The US.Jobs/Indy 65's had planned to play in this tournament, but apparently not enough 65+ teams have entered and we didn't want to get caught up in playing mixed divisions. Wonder where all the 65+ teams are playing? Thanks, Mel
, May 7, 2012
lemons
Topic: General and miscellaneous
Discussion: Brickyard

One of the things I looked forward to when I turned 65 was not having to pay "gate admission" anymore. This is the first time I can remember that Midwest has charged 65+ players. I will never agree with parks charging high fees for leagues and tournaments and then charging the players on the teams that paid those fees admission so that they can compete in a league or tournament for which their team has already paid.
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