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Discussion: teams going to Gadsden and Boaz al for NSA

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June 28, 2012
65 posts
teams going to Gadsden and Boaz al for NSA
I would like to know what teams might be going to the nationals in these two areas the last of July as they are now allowing the use of senior bats?
June 29, 2012
Men's 65
884 posts
I had not played NSA in several years until this past weekend in Texas at the State Championships in Arlington. Yes, NSA is allowing senior bats; however, the ball used was a 50 COR / 275 compression. The one we used was a AJ Starr Tatoo ball which did not hold up well in the heat. Good swings went to the outfield to die and the ball had no pace through the infield.
June 29, 2012
Men's 70
497 posts
Crackerbox (65+) will be there
June 30, 2012
Men's 50
73 posts
Well Larry, I guess the one you hit out in dead center against us, found an updraft!!lol

June 30, 2012
Men's 65
884 posts
hoovedog, I just swung hard in case I hit it. Bobby hit a couple I thought were gone that just died.
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