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Ellis Foots

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March 26, 2023
Topic: General and miscellaneous
Discussion: Partial knee replacement

I didn't have a partial, I had both knees fully replaced at the same time in December of 2018 and I was back out playing in March of 2019. With a partial you should be able to play without any major issues. I just played this weekend in Utah and I play short stop. I can run and play without pain now. The mobility is a little different, but remember I had full replacement.
April 14, 2021
Topic: Tournaments
Discussion: Southwest Tournament

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April 13, 2021
Topic: Tournaments
Discussion: Southwest Tournament

I am playing 55 Major at BLD and the bracket shows the first bracket game starts at 8pm Friday night for all teams except the top 3 seeds, is that correct? I don't think I ever played a first bracket game that started that late.
Oct. 2, 2019
Topic: General and miscellaneous
Discussion: Off Season Surgery

I had both knees replaced last year at the same time on December 4, 2018. I was able to get back on the field in 3 months. Movement was a bit unstable. Since I had both knees at the same time I had to retrain myself to balance properly, you have to learn how to run again. With both knees you don't have the same mobility that you had before.

On a positive note there is no more pain in the knees. I no longer have to wear the bulky braces I use to wear.

If you are only have one knee done, it shouldn't be as bad because you will have the good leg to assist the new knee with the rehabilitation.

Good Luck

May 5, 2019
Topic: General and miscellaneous
Discussion: ASA stamps and newer bats etc

They are out there, you just have to enter ASA bats when you search. Since most of the ASA leagues went to the 52/300 compression balls they have made the ASA bats hotter. Most ASA bats now will have the ASA only stamp. If you use the new bats with 44/375 balls the bat will last approximately a season or so depending on how hard you swing. I ended up damaging 2 before they went to the low compression ball.
Dec. 10, 2018
Topic: Bats
Discussion: 1999-2000 Miken Ultra 2

They did make an Ultra and it is an ASA bat and it should have a circle on the taper of the barrel and inside that circle it should read 2000. That was the first composite bat I every used. I think it was the first composite bat they made. We use to use them in Hayward CA during league play. That was around 2000. That bat was soon banned from all league play and tournament play (too hot).
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