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Discussion: Classic Spring Training (CST) photos + Woodlawn...

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Feb. 27, 2010
Men's 70
267 posts
Classic Spring Training (CST) photos + Woodlawn...
Slideshow(1)…Classic Spring Training (CST) Jacksonville, FL 2010:

Slideshow(2)... Brett Kreuger Goes to Busch Gardens Tampa, Florida 2010:

Slideshow(3)... Woodlawn Hitting Club St. Pete, FL Feb. 18, 2010:
Slideshow(4)... Kreugs Hits @ Florida's Villages 2010:

Feb. 27, 2010
mad dog
Men's 65
4149 posts
well it was a great art,out of the 130 or so campers(as curt calls us)there was about 40-50 senior ballers.a bunch of familar faces and some new ones,basically 3 1/2 days of hitting,fielding,and pick up games.we also had a few big time boys there for some instruction(hank garris,johnny dykes,bobby nifong).would like to thank curt for all the effort he put into this for all of us to have a good time.only prol i had was i didn't win in the raffle again(6 yrs running now)that bat weight doesn't count either,i want a bat next yr,LOL.

oh art did look at 50 or so pics on SBF,why just pics of my butt,man you are just wrong.
Feb. 27, 2010
Men's 65
3146 posts
It was a great time for all! I believe there was more like 150 total campers.
Davey Reed won the Senior division of the hr derby.
mad dog, I guess that I have probably won your bats, since I have won 5 on the last 4 years ;)
Feb. 28, 2010
Men's 60
240 posts
The CST is a great way to start the season. Great great time. Next year I'm going to hang with Bruce so to improve my luck. This was my third year and I've yet to win a single thing. I'm hoping that Curt will be able to get a few more fields next year. 40 old men on one field is a little too congested for BP. Even if they were more organized than the youngsters.
Animal, I was totally amazed by those 400 ft. bombs you were hitting, especially with those 52 275 balls. I wish we had a video to send Einstein. Were you using one of the new Reebok bats?
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