Baseball

Discussion in 'Sports' started by Jimmy Rushing, Jun 20, 2020.

  1. 47FCC808-A8FE-4235-9DCF-BA3F59B1636C.jpeg With all the arguing about baseball, my sons team finally got to play. They won their tournament.
     
  2. brewer69

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    That's real baseball, playing for the love of the game, not MLB where billionaires are arguing with millionaires over money, so done with MLB
     

  3. 52705C97-9243-49E2-9A92-307AF3297D9B.jpeg All for the love of the game! He hit a triple when this picture was taken.
     
  4. thefoxes85@hotmail.com

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    Jimmy-Nothing better then baseball during the summer, will there be a All-Star team at the end of league game season? Travel and play the other All-Star teams. Heck there won't be any Little League World Series will there? Your son definitely has his eye on the ball, a triple, good for him.
     
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  5. This is a travel team. We are yet to have our local league ball. Don’t know that there will be a all star team
     
  6. JOHN MAYNARD

    JOHN MAYNARD Well-Known Member

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    Nice have 4 been playing ball for long time. My youngest son 13 he’s been at it Since four years old hasn’t mist year. Been play for three teams in one season not counting Middle School ball.He’s in all American baseball ,football ,basketball. Love coaching and watching him play he’s like a little pro on the field. Between the hounds and the sports keeps me going 24 /7,Just a few that’s not touch the tip of it. We finally got back on filed few weeks ago. Just got back from tournament in Indiana over weekend.Was a dust bowl till Rain hit Sunday in 2 game for championship.In 2 inning and was canceled. 4 hr trip back home. Just getting started . Late season for the cove Virus usually about in the season by now. Lot of time memories and fun..
     

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  7. JOHN MAYNARD

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    He’s ready all the time got Love it.
     

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  8. JOHN MAYNARD

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    Niver quiets slows down or let’s up on anything. That’s my man a long with big brother and little sister . It’s all or nothing with this kid.Big dreams and a child of god
     

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  9. jeffro

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    Head down Good stiff front side and looks like he is firing his hips Good job Dad Nice swing.
     
  10. thefoxes85@hotmail.com

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    Video and get lots of pictures, great memories, fun times.
     
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  11. 5CCF7626-FAFC-45E6-87C2-AEC778EC6509.jpeg Came up a little short this past weekend, but still managed to get second place. Proud of the team and this young fellow.
     
  12. JOHN MAYNARD

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    Great job
     
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  13. thefoxes85@hotmail.com

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    He definitely looks like a hitter, I wonder if pitchers are intimidated when he’s up to bat. Keep us informed!
     
  14. JOHN MAYNARD

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    After a inning or to most are and where pitching the batters are. He’s had a curveball that unbelievable for he’s age. He’s had some heat with fast balls and 5 total different pitches he throw s very Accurately.. Most battery jump out of box every throw with curve ball has a very big break late. Looks like going to hit batter. Along with his four other breaking balls at 13 years old..
     
  15. JOHN MAYNARD

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    Will do have a tournament thr, Friday. Sat next weekend. If weather good..? Thanks
     
  16. JOHN MAYNARD

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    Plays short stop like a mlb and about anywhere els if need.. Friends and other parents come to watch him play..
     
  17. thefoxes85@hotmail.com

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    John- I am glad he is doing so well, keep a eye on his pitching arm, curveballs and breaking balls at a young age can be problems with his arm, elbow, and shoulder. It may affect him next year or later on in high school. He's still growing and the growth plates are not fully developed and that's when problems occur. JMO
     
  18. JOHN MAYNARD

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    In clouding he’s other spots.. He’s all out or nothing Basketball unbelievable. Football you could ask for anymore.. Fixing to have stick to he’s best 2 or 1 to stay at threw out..
    very true he’s built for it and has been working hard a long time. We do have a special sports arm ice pack for shoulder elbow and forearm it’s like a slice. He mows his limits He dose have a stronger arm and uses his hole body to his vantage.Has had several pitching lessons and played for several different teams and coaches and they all with the maze with his strength and ability
     
  19. JOHN MAYNARD

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    He does work out and practice different arm exercise extremes along with has upper and lower body all the coaches have been Prayers of his strength and pitching ability and we do have to pull him off the mountain sometimes he still I and prayers of his strength and pitching ability and we do have to pull him off the mountain sometimes he still I can and don’t want to quit and don’t want to quit.Thanks will do our bestDeafly don’t want to injure or cause any future problems .thank you
     
  20. thefoxes85@hotmail.com

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    Our son was a three sport athlete. Ryan was a tight end on football team. Went undefeated his senior year, started as a Sophomore power forward on basketball team, Ryan is 6 foot 5 inches tall. Left handed pitcher went 9 and 0 his senior year, picked off 19 players leading off at first base, school record. Struck out 15 batters one game, pitched a no hitter. Loves to hunt as well, rabbit, deer and pheasant. Trialed his Branko bred female as well. The time went by fast, he’s married 2 boys,1 daughter, lives in Maryland.