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Discussion: lost U2 at North Collier on Saturday

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Nov. 17, 2008
Men's 65
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lost U2 at North Collier on Saturday
A teammate on mine on Kittrell's lost his U2, Saturday, after our 12:30pm game. It was a 27 oz Ultra 2 with a yellow smilie face on it. Someone said that he thought the Fossils may have been the team that played after us on field 3 or 4 at 2:00pm.
If anyone knows anythink about this bat please reply here.
Nov. 19, 2008
Men's 60
38 posts
Bruce we have the U2 that your friend left. Didn't notice it before our game and then after the game was running around asking our guys if it was their bat. We then played at 6:30 and thought one of the guys would come up missing a bat then but never did. Was going to turn it in after the game but had a team mate that was to sick to play and was back at the hotel and had to call 911 to get hauled into the Emergency Department while we were playing so totally forgot about the bat.

Where and how do we get it to who ever? The bat is still in Florida in case your guy is there.

You can reach me at work 319-236-3858 during the day.

Mike Coulter
Nov. 19, 2008
Men's 65
3146 posts
Thanks Mike, that's great news about the bat. I'm sorry to hear about your teammate, hope he's feeling better.
The bat belongs to Charlie McCrane. I'll pass your number along to him and let him figure out how to get it.
Thanks again!
Nov. 19, 2008
Men's 65
3146 posts
Jah#4, Don, I tried to call Charles and couldn't get him. Can you try to reach him and pass along Mike's number?
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