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July 24, 2008
15 posts
Tulsa Ok
Does anyone know how the player for the team from NJ is doing? did he have a heart attack? Your team showed that even though the Statue of Liberty faces away from NJ, you all have our respect. Best wishes!
July 24, 2008
Men's 50
23 posts
Thanks for asking Sr34 (as well as all the others that have inquired along the way), it is greatly appreciated by me as his friend, and I am sure by Andy as well. Andy is doing ok, feeling a bit better now. They have run a series of tests, blood work, etc., and it does not appear that he had a heart attack. He has some follow up blood work that he is waiting on, and goes to see a cardiologist on Friday to, hopefully, find a reason why the incident took place. Again, "thank you" for your concern.

Warmest regards,
Michael Boone
Sweet Construction Softball Club
July 24, 2008
Men's 60
1024 posts
Hi Mike. Snake told me about what happened to Andy when I talked to him Sunday. Give Andy my regards he may or may not remember me I believe I played against him a number of years ago in a 40 league, if its the same guy helluva of player neither here or there, give him my regards and tell him to listen to what the doctors prescribe for him. I heard it was blazing hot in Tulsa maybe it was heat related. Tell Snake to take care also he told me about his knee, I hope that isn't serious.

July 25, 2008
Men's 65
3146 posts
If I had to guess, it was probably from exhaustion from running the bases when you played us. You guys never mis-hit a ball until the 4th inning.

I hope Andy is feeling better.
July 25, 2008
Men's 50
2 posts
KC Barons hope that Andy is feeling better. We knew he had to feel bad to have got up so early to play on Sunday and then not be able to swing the bat. Good luck see you next year!
July 25, 2008
1 posts
Hello. This is Andy's daughter. Just wanted to let everyone know he is doing very well. All the blood work and tests have come back clear and he is feeling well and ready to get back in. Thank you all for your kind regards and kind wishes.
July 25, 2008
Men's 50
17 posts
Thanks to eveyone for the well wishes, prayers and concerns. As my daughter stated, I have been tested by my own doctors since returning home and received a clean bill of health. It appears my problems were heat (exhaustion and dehydration) related with a suggestion from the doc to watch what and when I eat. Joe Lecak, I remember you, thanks for the compliment, right back at you. Spoke to Snake yesteray, reading MRI's on Tuesday, will keep you posted. BruceinGA, you still have one of the sweetest swings in the game, thanks for the kind words. Time to start practicing again and get ready for the next tournament. Looking forward to seeing everyone soon.
Andy Snyder
Sweet Construction Softball # 25
July 26, 2008
Men's 60
4 posts
Andy, sorry to hear you got ill in Tulsa, but sure you still put on a hitting display. You have a good grasp on what softball is all about. Good Health and Keep Smiling.
Ron Pellegrini
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