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March 16, 2008
Men's 50
3114 posts
Palm Springs
I heard that the Mavericks and Mac 2
played to a tie in 50 major plus
and that MTC 60's came back
to double dip GSF.
Sounds like a terrific tourney
and congrats to John Dorsett, Steve Callan,
Lefty, Peetie and all the boys from MTC
and to Big and little George,
Duff, Johnny, Brad and the rest.
The Mavericks are loaded with great players
not least of which are some of my old teammates
from Kellys.
Mango, Mickey and the Bull but
Mac 2 play very tough and can rise to compete
with any team.
Congratulations all you California Monsters.
March 16, 2008
Men's 55
133 posts
Game #2 between MAVERICKS / MACII was a good one...
The reat of the tounery was well timed and runned... Good games between most of the teams.... But for my team we got burned twice by the Blue's blown calls... and the other issue was mother nature... winds whipped and gusted up to about 50MPH in the middle of play all day Friday day/night.... Most balls hit into the OF's, the wind kicked the ball back to the infields... LOL!!!!

Team Demolition #24
March 16, 2008
Men's 50
7 posts
Who won the 50`s
March 17, 2008
Men's 55
102 posts
The wind the entire weekend played hell on any fly ball hit in the outfield/infield. Saw a lot of balls hit the ground.

Didn't have any problems with the Blues, thought they did a good job overall.

When we (MAC) played the Mavericks the "new" rules didn't really change the game at all. Couple of situtations the middle rule should have been called but wasn't. Homerun rule was a non issue.

After the second game which being tie one apiece, Terry told us our 6:30 pm winner take all game was being moved to a 9:30 pm start both teams declined and called it a tie.
March 17, 2008
Men's 55
568 posts
evolution won the 50's beat the mob!

they do need to look at the middle rule more! it is out of hand! once it starts oh my needs to be in all levels of play....
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