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Old 09-15-2008, 03:43 AM   #1 (permalink)
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I don't even know who all of the local D teams are from the NorthEast but who are your top 5 teams from our area???




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Alphabetically:

Best Oil
Denelex
Eldridge
RAC
Universe

Four of those teams were top 5 in Syracuse. Best Oil has been playing great for quite a while now. They get a mulligan for having one bad weekend.

After that, the Northeast has at least 10 more teams who could win a bunch of games in Florida.
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I would add Abble and the Bingers to that list. If it is just as hot down there this week as it was last the defense is going to be a factor with those socks. Both of those teams will be able to pick it with anyone.
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Originally Posted by Milo33
I would add Abble and the Bingers to that list. If it is just as hot down there this week as it was last the defense is going to be a factor with those socks. Both of those teams will be able to pick it with anyone.
you biased towards the islander
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Originally Posted by Dirty3B20
you biased towards the islander
We pay him to say that stuff.
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Also, does anyone know if any bat manufacturers are going to be there? If so, do you think they'll take a warranty replacement for me?
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Originally Posted by binger19
Also, does anyone know if any bat manufacturers are going to be there? If so, do you think they'll take a warranty replacement for me?
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When we were in Florida we had a Miken guy take a couple of broken freaks from us and gave us Pluses back. You may get lucky. Most vendors are behind the stadium by those 3 or 4 baseball fields.
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So to all the E teams. . .How were the balls they used? i saw a couple of high scoring games and alot of low scores. . . . Were some balls better than others?
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Originally Posted by Duffy7
So to all the E teams. . .How were the balls they used? i saw a couple of high scoring games and alot of low scores. . . . Were some balls better than others?
I don't know if its so much the balls or the humidity. The balls definitely flew better at night. During the day they were socks. I thought it was a 40 core 300 compression but I could be wrong.
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Originally Posted by Seeds Captain
I don't know if its so much the balls or the humidity. The balls definitely flew better at night. During the day they were socks. I thought it was a 40 core 300 compression but I could be wrong.
You are right, that's the ball they should be using ... we used that same ball at a B NIT in Rhode Island this year and it becomes a sponge in the daytime ... but at night it's much the same as the old 44 cor balls.
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