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Discussion: Thanks to Kayson, Pete and Curt!

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Feb. 14, 2011
Men's 55
580 posts
Thanks to Kayson, Pete and Curt!
I played for Metro Stars, put my rental car keys in a Kayson players bag by mistake.
Called Pete, told him what happen, he tracked down the bat bag with the keys, met the person that had the keys, picked them up and then drove back 45 minutes and met me half way to give me my keys. He saved me at least $400 and a lot of time. Pete and Curt had left the field about 1 hour before I realized what had happened. What a great thing they did!!!! Thanks and see you guys soon.

Pat Daley
Feb. 16, 2011
Men's 50
72 posts

Glad everything worked out you with the rental. Congratulations on winning the Major division. You had a very strong group and also congrats to ENR. Looks like both games were down to the wire. See .. you guys didn't need all that BP we got the past few weeks.
Sorry I missed you guys but 2 of my grand daughter's were baptized on Sunday and Pop Pop could not miss that. Had 2 days of fun and saw some old faces i hadn't seen in awhile.
Good luck to you and stay warm.

Dave Alarcon (Conman)
Morgan Keegan
Feb. 16, 2011
Men's 65
3146 posts
We got the call when we were about 50 miles north of Winterhaven. In our car we had a red Tanel, a black Tanes and a Blue Maxx bat bat. We put our heads together (ouch) and realized it was Mike (Leroy on the bd) with the blue Tanel. Glad everything worked out.
Feb. 16, 2011
Men's 50
41 posts
I was glad everything worked out too because all our cold beer was in that van and we were so ready for them after those games with ENR. Thanks again guys.
Feb. 16, 2011
mad dog
Men's 65
4149 posts
pitcherman if you had let bruce know the beer was being held captive he would made the trip back in half the time...LOL
Feb. 16, 2011
Omar Khayyam
1241 posts
wagon, thanks for sharing this heartwarming story that describes the essence of sportsmanship and courtesy in senior softball.
Feb. 18, 2011
Men's 55
580 posts
Just keeping a great story about how teams help each other in senior ball on the front page.
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