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Re: Baseball pitching grips

Post by Mark1 » February 27th 2021, 12:04am

Interesting post. I recall a few years back your grandson was pretty successful pitching in HS. Is he still playing the game?
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Post by koimaster » February 27th 2021, 12:14am

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February 27th 2021, 12:04am
Interesting post. I recall a few years back your grandson was pretty successful pitching in HS. Is he still playing the game?
My grandson gave up the game. He is now a cop here in Oregon. He was never as good as his father though. Dean played at PSU on a full ride scholarship.
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Post by smellody » February 27th 2021, 9:01am

koimaster wrote:
February 27th 2021, 12:14am
Mark1 wrote:
February 27th 2021, 12:04am
Interesting post. I recall a few years back your grandson was pretty successful pitching in HS. Is he still playing the game?
My grandson gave up the game. He is now a cop here in Oregon. He was never as good as his father though. Dean played at PSU on a full ride scholarship.

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Post by Hawkeye » March 1st 2021, 2:46pm

Baseball is my favorite sport to watch. I got the baseball package. Best pitcher I seen in person was Jack Morris when he was with the twins at the HHH metrodome in Minneapolis , I am a diehard Cubs fan although. I will make it to the friendly confines hopefully soon.

i also love Aussie Rules now those guys are tough as nails
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Re: Baseball pitching grips

Post by jason_recliner » March 1st 2021, 2:58pm

I've enjoyed the little baseball that I've seen quite a lot. The problem is that FTA coverage here is more or less non-existent. If it's on at the pub I'll usually pay attention. The pitching is incredibly quick, they get great movement without it even bouncing which is extremely impressive, and it's quite spectacular when they hit it into the stands. Good sport IMO.
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