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Discussion: Toys for Tots

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Dec. 3, 2012
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Toys for Tots
this past weekend we held a toys for tots softball tournament in corpus christi texas. had 7 60s and 3 50+ teams. they donated 240 + toys and $50 cash a local fire truck came and picked up the toys,it was a great weekend for the old guys and for the kids. we used a differant ball it was a rubber ball so everyone was on an even basis.the 60's winner was the Sharks a local team,and the 50 + winner was ole skool from san antonio, thanks to all. this was called the world mushball tournament, thus no home runs were hit.oh yeah this also was a ring option tournament
Dec. 3, 2012
Capt Kirk
516 posts
LP, we had a good time and the tournament was for a good cause. The ball didn't bounce our way, congrats to the 60's winners. Maybe next year, consider using a 52/275 or 52/300 ball that would restrict the flight of the ball and level the playing field.
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