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lookouts400

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About lookouts400

  • Birthday 02/04/1963

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  • Types/Levels of Baseball called Semi-pro and college
  1. +Positive

    Does anyone know if +Positive is still in business? I tried to find them online a few years ago and couldn't. So I guessed they were or are out of business. But then a partner of mine told me that they were coming back, but I can't find them. Two of my favorite shirts I got from +Positive more than ten years ago. They've held up better than any other shirt I've used and while I don't use them for high school or college, they are great for my other leagues. Anyone have any information? Thanks.
  2. Plus Positive

    Does anyone know if +Positive is still in business? I tried to find them online a few years ago and couldn't. So I guessed they were or are out of business. But then a partner of mine told me that they were coming back, but I can't find them. Two of my favorite shirts I got from +Positive more than ten years ago. They've held up better than any other shirt I've used and while I don't use them for high school or college, they are great for my other leagues. Anyone have any information? Thanks.
  3. What to do?

    Yup, that was the case. Pissed me off beyond belief. We just finished a three and a half hour, 14-13 nine inning wood bat game in a driving wind, with 18 whiny adult brats and we have to go to the parking lot and deal with this, we couldn't even have a post-game chat without this goofy cop bugging us. I told the cop to talk to the coaches of the home team, they were still there, but he didn't feel like walking 250 feet from parking lot to home bench. He finally did make the walk and I am sure the home team set him straight. Now, I understand he was just doing his job and the real jerks in this case were the people in the truck. I mean, what are the odds of getting hit with a foul ball? They just had bad luck and it wasn't even like the ball went thru a window or something, just ticked the top of the cab. Deal with it. Like I said before, if it happened all the time, that field would not have been in use for so many years.
  4. What to do?

    Actually, I was one of the umpires. The truck was waiting for us when the game ended and the a*ssholes had called the cops. The cop was giving me and my partner grief about who owns the field(it's a county run and operated field) and wanted the name of my assigner. I wouldn't at first, but when the cop took down my license plate number, I figured I better comply. I let my assigner know, he told me that there wasn't any liability, but I just wanted to make sure. That field has been there a million years and abuts a major roadway, so this can't be the first time. In fact, one of the coaches told me a Mustang once took one right in the middle of the windshield. The Mustang owner confronted the team and umpires and in that case, the coach told me they told the guy there was nothing they could do, just bad luck. The people at my game called the cops, which put it on a different level. Thanks to all that replied.
  5. What to do?

    In a semi-pro wood bat league, batter hits foul ball into street behind field. Ball bounces in street and then ticks off the top of a moving pick-up truck. Is there any liability to either the umpires or players?