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Oct. 18, 2007
Men's 50
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I had three of my starters hurt.They were not going to play in Phoenix.We were still going to go and give it our best shot, but then they started to complain. Once the complaints started coming in, they decided to start checking our roster.Everything was in order but still would not let my one player they complained about play.That\'s when I said the hell with it. We are not going.And on top of all that, they do not want to give me my money back. I am going to fight for it. I am not rich. I work very hard and alot of over time to sponsor these great group of guys.
Oct. 18, 2007
4 posts
I live in AZ and want to play for a team here. But, if I get no response and you need a player for the tournament, send me an email.

Play anywhere and pitch, hit for power and average, still fast on the base paths. But, I play for fun andI don't want to play with hot heads.
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