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Feb. 18, 2011
Topic: General and miscellaneous
Discussion: thinking of name chage....

Yank,Pud or Clyde would be cool?
Feb. 18, 2011
Topic: Bats
Discussion: Recommend a hot bat

Again I'm new at this, but the rules seem to change from tourament to tournament? So it would seem that the people who want to see safety limitations would be able to find tournaments that lean that way?? I play 1st base and had to learn (the hard way) to not get centered up on the hot bat grounders. Most everybody (that's been around)employs more of an O-lay swipe at it from the side to keep from being nailed. I've shattered two Miken bats so far and am considering switching back to low tech metal before I hurt somebody.
Feb. 18, 2011
Topic: Bats
Discussion: Recommend a hot bat

This is my second year in the 50's but I have to tell you my first impression of the Senior league was surprise to see everybody using the hotest of bats with very little restriction. I would have thought it would have been just the opposite, and there would have been major bat restrictions and limited flight balls. I've enjoyed the heck out of playing in the league, but it scares the crap out of me whenever I see a guy take a line drive. We all know what we are getting into, and players get hurt no matter what equipment is used....but hot bats equal lumps and bumps to infielders!
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