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Discussion: Busch / Pepsi Tourney - Little Rock AR

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July 3, 2011
Big D from Tennessee
Men's 50
79 posts
Busch / Pepsi Tourney - Little Rock AR
I just returned from the Busch Holiday Tourney in Little Rock
It was a fun Seven Team mixed aged group (50-55-60) AAA & Major Mixed.

1. Mizuno (50 Major) - Texas
2. Memphis Edge (55 Major) Tennessee
3. Monster Softball (50 Major) Tennessee
4-7 Mix of AAA Teams (each team played 4 or more games)

It was a well run Tourney - Thanks Directors (ISA Sanctioned). More teams should consider this tourney in the future!! Great setting and fields - Lots of Hotels nearby.

The Reebok Bats were well represented on most teams - There were no complaints about breakages. It seems like the Kinks are being worked out!!

Big D
July 4, 2011
Men's 50
79 posts
Does anybody have an update on the player from Monster Softball? How's he doing?
Hate to see anyone injured playing this game.
The tourn. itsellf was very competetive and run very well. We had a great time and
hope to see you guys again in Dalton, GA in a couple weeks.

Batbreaker (Texas Silverbacks/Wood Law/ Mizuno)
July 4, 2011
ISA Umpire
1 posts
I'm the UIC from this past weekend, the one who wore the orange shirt all weekend. Last I heard he had been released from the hospital and other than a nasty bump, was going to be fine.

Me and the other two umpires had a great time this weekend and enjoyed all the teams.

Everyone played the game the right way and seemed like you had a great time too.

God Bless,

Dickey Bennett
July 4, 2011
361 posts
batbreaker/what position were you playing this weekend?Tom from monster
July 4, 2011
mad dog
Men's 65
4153 posts
batbreaker congrats on your win,hope ya can keep it going in dalton.
July 4, 2011
Men's 50
79 posts
Dickey, thanks for the update, glad to hear he will be fine.
Tom, I am the EH and catcher, I think I EH'd when we played.
mad dog, Every week seems to get more difficult and, probably will be the same story in Dalton, hopefully we can compete in every game.
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