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Oct. 29, 2008
Men's 60
17 posts
deadball out
this is my first full year in senior softball. having pitched for 30 plus years, iv'e always tried to prepare myself mentally and physicaly for the game we love. for me a screen would be out of the question. id'e have to walk away from the game. if pitchers are going to stand flat footed on the mound there gonna grt hurt. that $100 piece of leather you wear on your hand, thats your lifeline. when the ball leaves your hand, your fair game. be ready for the worst. the adrenaline rush from a line drive or picking a one hopper. it's the reason we're out there. you guys that throw the same pitch everytime, listen up! test the limit, change speeds, take control of the game. please don't put any screens in front of me!!!...............ETCH-NORCAL STIXX
Oct. 29, 2008
Men's 50
1375 posts

Not to mention how many throws it will be in the way of. Why would anyone want the infield to look like a miniature golf hole?
Oct. 29, 2008
Men's 50
302 posts
Hey Etch! Bravo! Well Stated!
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