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Real name:
Jack Brunschmid

Location:
Murrieta, CA

Division:
Men's 60

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Nov. 15, 2019
jackbrun
Topic: General and miscellaneous
Discussion: Lost wedding band


Sadly, Jack's ring has not been turned in. So once again I am asking for everyone to talk to anyone they know, friends, family, kids, to see if they know someone who might have picked up his wedding band. We have had a couple people even look with metal detectors. That is why we think someone picked it up. Maybe put in their pocket, and forgot about. Please also pass this on to people who might not get on this site. This was at the Huntsman games in St. George, Utah at the Canyon Complex, Please, if anyone knows anything at all, contact me.
Mary 951-704-9455/marymc2@ca.rr.com/marybrun7@gmail.com

$500 reward. NO questions asked.

Oct. 30, 2019
jackbrun
Topic: General and miscellaneous
Discussion: Lost wedding band

Weese - Thank you for the suggestions. We have filed a police report but have not contacted a local paper, but we will do that tomorrow. Thanks again.
Oct. 29, 2019
jackbrun
Topic: General and miscellaneous
Discussion: Lost wedding band

Sadly, no one has turned in Jack's ring. Please ask around once more to see if any family member,child or softball player that does not get on this site, may have picked it up. Maybe someone was wearing a jacket that day in St. George, Utah, as it was 35 degrees. Then they got back home and did not wear that jacket again and forgot about the ring. Please everyone ask everyone a few more times. I am desperate to get my husband's ring back. Trust me, I know how stupid it was to lose it in the first place. But it truly was an accident. Please help me. Once again, there is a $500 reward for this ring. No questions asked. We just want the ring back.
My phone number is 951-704-9455. My e-mail is marybrun7@gmail.Com
Thank you.
Sincerely,
Mary Brunschmid
Oct. 23, 2019
jackbrun
Topic: General and miscellaneous
Discussion: Major Plus Equipment

Rightrj1 - I am the manager of a 65AAA team that just got bumped up to major as a result of our second place finish in a 27 team division at the World Masters. We are keeping the same players this year that we had last except one. We will play at the major level with the expectation of being competitive without picking up more major or major plus players. You see, we have a group of players that care about winning deeply but we refuse to breakup our friendship to ensure that we win. We play to have fun, enjoy each other's company and win. After all, it's considerable more fun winning than losing. I have yet to play against any other 65AAA team that does not care if they win or lose. IMO, we all try the best we can every inning of every game. Granted, we have lost some reflexes that we used to have and don't quite run as well but to say we don't care about winning is simply incorrect. "Dumbing" the game down is not the answer. Playing at the proper skill level with whatever restrictions apply may be.

Jack Brunschmid
No Guts No Glory
65 Major


Oct. 23, 2019
jackbrun
Topic: General and miscellaneous
Discussion: Lost wedding band

Bump please.
Oct. 19, 2019
jackbrun
Topic: General and miscellaneous
Discussion: Lost wedding band

Everyone,
Unfortunately Jack's ring has not been turned in.We are truly hoping at this point it has been picked up. There have been a lot of people that have been looking for the ring and I don't think that many could have missed it. I am asking that we be the "softball family" that we claim to be and I need everyone's help. Please pass this message to anyone and everyone that you know. Maybe someone does not get on the message board. Maybe a child or family member picked up the ring. If you have, please contact me at 951-704-9455 or marybrun7@gmail.com
I gave Jack that ring 11 years ago and would like him to wear that very same ring many, many years from now. PLEASE help me get the ring back.
I am offering a $500 reward. NO questions asked.
Thank you.
Mary Brunschmid

Oct. 19, 2019
jackbrun
Topic: General and miscellaneous
Discussion: Lost wedding band

Thank you Tony. That was very kind of you, and greatly appreciated.
Mary Brunschmid
Oct. 15, 2019
jackbrun
Topic: General and miscellaneous
Discussion: Lost wedding band

Please also keep in mind, there is a large reward for the ring, and No questions asked. I just want the ring back.
Mary Brunschmid
Oct. 15, 2019
jackbrun
Topic: General and miscellaneous
Discussion: Lost wedding band

LOST WEDDING BAND. Hi Everyone. I still really need your help finding my husband's wedding band. We have had many people looking. We think that someone picked it up. PLEASE talk with your spouses, any family members that were at the Canyon Complex that day, possibly a child that might have picked it up. Maybe someone put in their pocket to turn in and forgot about. Not unheard of. When we got back to CA, a gentlemen told us he lost his ring at a tournament and 3 weeks later was contacted. We are trying not to have to wait the 3 weeks. PLEASE contact Mary if you have any information at all. 951-704-9455 or marybrun7@gmail.com
We were on Field 2 at the Canyon Complex, 3rd base side, also on the field from the 3rd base gate to the home plate, and then back and forth to the bathrooms, and over for pictures. Please contact me if found, or if you turned in or know anything about it. Thank you.
Sincerely,
Mary Brunschmid
Oct. 13, 2019
jackbrun
Topic: General and miscellaneous
Discussion: Lost wedding band

We are hoping by now that someone has picked up my husband's ring. We have had many, many people go over everywhere near field 2, and the other places that we were and have not located it. If anyone has ANY information at all about this ring, please see contact information above. If you are still at the Huntsman games and could take a few minutes to look-maybe under the fence that separates the bleachers, or anywhere near field 2 or the grass area where they took pictures, or across the sidewalk from there, it would be greatly appreciated. I am heartbroken and would love to be able to give my husband his ring back.
Sincerely,
Mary Brunschmid
Oct. 11, 2019
jackbrun
Topic: General and miscellaneous
Discussion: Lost wedding band

Good afternoon. Today, October 11, at the Huntsman games at Canyon Fields on Field 2, I lost my husband's wedding band. I know a lot of you that play there, also are on this message board. Please if you picked it up or know someone who found it, I am offering a large reward. if you found it, and did not turn it in, please do so-no questions aaked. This is very sentimental to myself and my husband. Please, Please, Please let me know if you found it.
Phone # is 951-704-9455. E-mail: marybrun7@gmail.Com
Thank you.
Sincerely,
Mary Brunschmid
Oct. 10, 2019
jackbrun
Topic: Tournaments
Discussion: Vegas 65 AAA observations

Thanks Dave. My issue was when it was brought up that we may have been bordering on shading the rules or cheating. That would never happen on a team that I had anything to do with.

Jack
Oct. 8, 2019
jackbrun
Topic: Tournaments
Discussion: Vegas 65 AAA observations

Let me address this as I am the manager of the team that was allowed to use last year's balls. I was not at the managers meeting nor was anyone from my team there as I do not want to subject my non-smokers to the second hand smoke that is always present at the hotel's where the meeting are held for all Las Vagas tournaments.
That being said, I brought two of last year's balls as backup balls only and that is how they were used. I went to the field director and the UIC and officially inquired about using these balls. The both said the Terry had approved their use. I would have NEVER used them if they were not approved.
I am deeply saddened that someone who doesn't even know me or my team is questoning our/my integrity. There was absolutely no intention of "shading the rules or cheating". That would never happen! I respect the game and the people that are still playing it way too much to do such a thing.

Respectfully,
Jack Brunschmid
Manager
No Guts No Glory
Aug. 18, 2019
jackbrun
Topic: General and miscellaneous
Discussion: Lost key ring

One of our players lost their key ring at the San Clemente tournament last week.
It has a Toyota faub and a YMCA card on it. If found, please contact me at 951-704-9438.
June 11, 2019
jackbrun
Topic: Players looking to join a team
Discussion: Need Team for Huntsman Utah

Yes, we are still looking for a couple of players. My contact information is in a position above.

Jack
May 24, 2019
jackbrun
Topic: Players looking to join a team
Discussion: Need Team for Huntsman Utah

What age group are you looking to play in? We are playing in the 65 group and are looking for a 2nd baseman.

Jack
Socal Classics
Cell: 951-704-9438
April 28, 2019
jackbrun
Topic: Tournaments
Discussion: 65 AAA Southwest Champs

Not much help here but No Guts No Glory came in third place with Sidewinders and Warriors 65 playing for first and second.
June 24, 2017
jackbrun
Topic: Teams looking for players
Discussion: Players needed

65 AAA men's team needs players for a Morro Bay Ca tournament July 15-16. If interested, call or text Jack at (951) 704-9438.
March 18, 2017
jackbrun
Topic: Rules of the game
Discussion: What is the only situation where, after the play is over that a "do over" or "mulligan" can be implemented? (at least that I'm aware of)

Another would be a defensive player records an out while using an illegal glove (i.e. an outfielder using a first baseman's mit) the offensive team can appeal the play before the first pitch to the next batter, and either take the results of the play or have the hitter bat again.
March 14, 2017
jackbrun
Topic: Rules of the game
Discussion: INTERFERENCE PENALTY

A play similar to this happened at the TOC last month. After considerable discussion, it was determined that since SSUSA did not specifically cover this that they used the ASA rule and the runner closest to home was declared out.
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