Little League

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  1. rugbyhubby

    rugbyhubby TPF Noob!

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    I just spent the weekend doing the same with my daughter’s softball team! I stayed on our side of the field and played the first or third baseline. One game was in Central Park so the backdrop was amazing!
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    (my team was in red!)


     
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    Good shooting!
     
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    ac12 Been spending a lot of time on here!

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    You did well working within the constraints you have.
    You WILL get better with experience.
    Maybe next year, the coach and umps will let you roam more.

    After seeing some of the foul ball hit the protective fence, and how damaged the fence is, I realize how dangerous softball is.

    I agree about overthrows.
    On our baseball field, I can go to the side of the dugout, by 1st base, and every once in a while a wild throw gets past the 1st baseman . . . scary.
     
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    Bet if you took and shared a couple of their kids, they'd be more likely to want you on their side of the field. It's a slow game (except when it's not) you should have plenty of time to grab a few of everyone, especially if it means getting some prime positions.
     
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    Bet if you took and shared a couple of their kids, they'd be more likely to want you on their side of the field. It's a slow game (except when it's not) you should have plenty of time to grab a few of everyone, especially if it means getting some prime positions.[/QUOTE]

    Possible. I’ve tried. Opposing team coaches either don’t want the perceived distraction or don’t care.

    It’s good. I do what I can. Give back to the team and learn in the process.
     

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