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May 26, 2020
Topic: General and miscellaneous
Discussion: Please, a story from anyone! Anything but Corona, Corona, Corona!

This took place many years ago(in the younger years). Tournament taking place in Richland Washington. The climate in Eastern Wa. is dry & arid. The tournament director was a little goofy. The field was an old field with the old "billboards" covering the outfield fence. Middle of game, the left fielder starts screaming(like a little baby) & comes running into the infield. Umpire inquires about the problem. Left field says,"there's a rattlesnake in my field". Goofy director takes a bat & heads out to LF. Instead of killing the viper, director scoops it up & throws it over the LF fence. Game continues. Minute or two later a good size guy comes up to backstop & says "who threw that snake over the fence?" Goofy director says it was him. Well it seems big guy, his wife, & two kids were having a picnic when rattlesnake lands in the middle of their blanket. He wanted to kill the goofy director but cooler heads prevailed.
June 8, 2017
Topic: General and miscellaneous
Discussion: Rocky Mountain Championsips

Washington's Goodman Racing/Legends will be attending.
Oct. 17, 2013
Topic: General and miscellaneous
Discussion: How did SSUSA decide which Division had teams shorted to four gg?

Girls NSA Fastpitch Tournament/Columbus Ohio/Berliner Park(31 fields in same park)/year 2000/687 teams/Monday thru Saturday. I was in charge of the 14U division which had 194 teams by it self.
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