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|, Oct. 12, 2005|
|Topic: General and miscellaneous|
I would like to see the hr out changed to at least a single. I for one enjoy hitting the sweet spot and hitting it out. To be penalized for having the ability to do that is just not fair.
|, Oct. 5, 2005|
Discussion: 2006 Tournament in Washington State
I live In Illinois and I am very much looking forward to going to Seattle next year> I've always wanted to go To the Great Northwest and this gives my and me A great excuse to go. Besides anything has to be better than Mobile was in 2003. It was a poor excuse of a host city for a World Championship Tournament.
The Rocket Man
|, Aug. 10, 2005|
Will ther be lighted scoreboards ,2 umpires and a real scorekeeper, and give it the image of a real World Tournament?
|, Aug. 10, 2005|
Discussion: Ultra II Beyond 2005
Back in the 70's and the Bombat was the "Bat" We had guys modify the bat by making it longer. It weighed 44 ounces it was too heavy for me. My introduction to Miken was in 2001 and I loved the bat. In 2002 I bought an Ultra 11 after much arguing with my wife on the need for another bat. And then bam I could not use it in my leagues or other tourneys. I felt cheated out of that money but lo and behold their is one organization that still allows me to use it. Thank God. Its not just the flex that I like, Ilove the balance and feel which I cant find in any other bat. Mikens forever as far as i'm concerned.
|, Oct. 29, 2003|
What a shame to have played in that tournament. To call it a World was a farce. Bad diamonds,1 umpire, 0 scorsboards,0 scorekeepers, 0 t-shirts for sale, doesn't do much for me as a world class tournament. It reminded me of my earlier years when we called it a beer league.
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