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Discussion: Gum chewing, discarded water bottles and just plain trash

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Aug. 3, 2019
Men's 65
26 posts
Gum chewing, discarded water bottles and just plain trash
I just spent the past half hour trying to remove globs of gum that were embedded on my softball turf shoes using both WD-4 and lighter fluid. This isn't the first time that I have had to go thru this and I am sick and tired of the softball players who chew their gum then just spit it on the ground for other players to step on it.
These are likely the same Goops who are throwing their water bottles on the floor of the dugouts and outside while a trash can sits just 10 feet away.

The more I see of this crap the more I'm being convinced that our sport is filled with nothing but pigs. If you want to prove me wrong, then start policing your own players and the teams playing before you and and tell them to clean their crap up.

There is no reason for trash to be left behind any game in any field and any dugout...........

Thank you

Aug. 4, 2019
Men's 65
670 posts
Sad but true Cougar....
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