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Ump29

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Ump29 last won the day on August 4 2016

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    Nova Scotia

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    BNSUD
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    Retired
  • Types/Levels of Baseball called
    youth
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  1. Found the not lit up sign in option !
  2. See my other post about how I had to sign in (via sign up)
  3. Welcome ! And your english is very good . See above posts !
  4. Should read site updates.
  5. See the thread about new upgrades !!!
  6. I am not able to sign in without going through the sign up process. Part way in you can choose "existing user ?" and go from there. Not a good way !!
  7. So as not to completely mess up this thread, I started a new thread/topic in the Free For All section about Female Baseball in Nova Scotia.
  8. In the Ask the Umpire section there were queries re female baseball in Nova Scotia. I have a few stats about this. I do not have anything about Softball Nova Scotia as they do not seem to publish anything. Stats are for 2019. Total registration 8993 7773 male 1220 female (18.6 %) Coaches 1194 970 male 224 female (18.4%) Umpires 488 462 male 26 female (5.3%) (lagging behind) For reference the population of Nova Scotia is just under 1 million.
  9. The following was brought forward from the "Ask the Umpire" section thread about interference by runner where a reference was made about the player called "she" and my comments about females and softball and baseball. Just a bit of defense of my comments (in the "Ask the Umpire" section). I sometimes jump on people who assume "she" refers to softball. This may be true in many locations. However in my area (Nova Scotia) and many other areas of Canada , female baseball is quite common. This occurs mainly in youth ball but also beyond. There are many hot beds of female baseball around
  10. Just a bit of defense of my comments. I sometimes jump on people who assume "she" refers to softball. This may be true in many locations. However in my area (Nova Scotia) and many other areas of Canada , female baseball is quite common. This occurs mainly in youth ball but also beyond. There are many hot beds of female baseball around. These are usually mixed teams but there are many complete female teams around who play in the male leagues. There are also advanced female teams who play to advance to provincial / national championships for all female teams. Also there are many female umpires w
  11. “Stay the blazes home” - Nova Scotia Premier Stephen McNeil
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