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Discussion: Senior Geezer

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Sept. 5, 2011
Men's 70
659 posts
Senior Geezer
I took my senior geezer out to bp for i really wasn't satisfied with it
sense I baught it on ebay a while back. I used well used dudley advance
balls and it was over 95 degrees and up. Well she finally opened up the ball
came off the bat just as well any senior bat I have in my bag. At the time
when I baught the bat they only had 26oz. I normally hit 28oz. I'm
thinking on buying the new one that took the geezers place later on. See
ya'll next year and can't wait. Don't know who I'm playing with yet but
it'll be someone in the 60 AAA or age group.
Sept. 6, 2011
67 posts
If your looking to sell.....please LMK
Sept. 6, 2011
Men's 70
659 posts
dawg3 I like the geezer. Thanks for the offer anyway.
Sept. 6, 2011
Men's 50
172 posts
Dabigdawg I just sold two on Ebay. I have one 28 oz. left. mail me if interested (
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