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Discussion: team wongs

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Oct. 26, 2007
Men's 50
18 posts
team wongs
Gary Heifner
The reason we did'nt go to Phoenix was because we had 3 of our starters hurt. We were going to go without them until they started complaining about our roster and one of our players. Even though I told them we had 3 starters hurt, they still did'nt let us go with what we had. It's bad enough not to go with a full team and then told we STILL could'nt take one of our players, well, that was enough for me to pull the team. As far as Vegas being a fluke, I don't think so. We started to come around as a solid team.I don't know what would of happend in Phoenix but we would have played our hearts out. But come November in Vegas,we will be playing Major.We also picked up a couple of great hitters to compete in in the Major bracket. Look for us to play competetive in the new season. And thank's for your imput on this issue.
Oct. 29, 2007
Men's 55
133 posts
I can really say that I was completely disappointed that WE were not allowed to play in AZ. And that other teams BIATCH about our roster.... NOW I am MORE motivated than ever to WIN.... and we will see when we go up... I'll see you & the rest of the guys in VEGAS...
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