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June 2, 2012
Old Wussie
3 posts
Does anyone know who won the 65 Major division?..who played for the championship?.and the guy from K.C. Fire should be banned from softball for at least 1 an embarrassingly stunning performance and I feel bad for his teammates who seemed to be real gentlemen.
June 3, 2012
Men's 65
885 posts
I heard that the High Desert Roadrunners beat Ruth in the winners bracket finals. First American Title beat Tri-State Diamondbacks to knock them out. So High Desert was sitting back awaiting the winner of the Ruth - First American Title game.
June 3, 2012
1 posts
Old Wussie: There are two sides to the story about the KC Fire guy you said should be banned for at least a year. A cheap comment!
June 4, 2012
The real deal
Men's 60
70 posts
Can you fill us in as to what happened? Might be a teachable moment for the rest of us...
June 4, 2012
2502 posts
There was an ejection of two players, one from each team, following a verbal confrontation in an elimination game Thursday morning. The umpires and Field Director handled the situation firmly and immediately, and the respective teams, including the two ejected players, behaved in an apporpriate manner after the incident. We perceive this as simply an unfortunate 'heat of the moment' occurrence and no further disciplinary is contemplated.
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