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About celt62

  • Birthday 07/24/1962

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    Upstate New York

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    JUCO through Division 1 and summer youth and collegiate league ball
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  1. I purchased earlier this winter a pair of New Balance mid top base shoes - MU950MS which are black and white with the patent leather in the wrong size. They have never been worn and I literally just opened the box this morning (College baseball games are late again this year due to weather. Go figure.) when I was getting my bag ready. They are a size 11.5 4E and I will take the first $50 OBO and I will include free shipping.
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    Rules Survey

    Same here. It was a definitive disagree on that one.
  3. celt62

    Rules Survey

    Did anyone else get an email from the NCAA about taking a rules survey? If so, what did you think of the questions? I thought the only viable ones were hit by pitch and no-pitch walks.
  4. This is a plea to all my brother umpires in the south and west.... Please send us at least some 40s for us here in the Northeast! I had so much stuff on yesterday while it was spitting snow (mid-April mind you) that I looked like Ralphie's little brother in a Christmas Story. You know where he couldn't get his arms down. I was in a perpetual safe sign all day. They say 60s next week but two weekends ago they said maybe 70 and it was 30s with snow and freezing rain. Ughhhh!
  5. Thank you. I probably won't be able to do my first college game until the second or third week in April. It was either have the surgery now or a full replacement down the road. I've already had two hip replacements so I didn't need anymore parts inside me. lol I might rust...
  6. For the past nine seasons I have been doing strictly college ball. I had rotator cuff surgery a few weeks ago and I'll probably miss half of my season which ends in early May. I saw a friend tonight at a high school bball game that is the local HS VP for the baseball chapter and suggested I could come back to HS ball and pick up varsity games in May and June. Do I have to take the test again to get certified so I can do varsity? Or is that waved because I was one before, but it's been a long time since I've done HS. Or does my college certification cover me? Thanks.
  7. I use the platinum. I had the triple knee gold and wore them once and gave someone a great deal on here. The strap for the triple knee cut into my leg and I hated it. Plus I've never been hit above the second one . Knock on wood....
  8. Email from Arbiter today that states Sunday is the last day for the online clinic.
  9. I had a couple of videos with no sound but had no problem with the post video questions. First year glitch I guess. I will miss seeing everyone but I sure won't miss spending half a grand on air, hotel, meal, and night time expenses. I like it.
  10. I also see on the NCAA arbiter website that all of COG's Division 1 conferences are up for bid this year. Curious to see the battle between the group before COG and the "new" version of COG (UCU) who will come out on top. Either way the conferences are going to make out great and the umpires will take another hit in the pocket book. Like a state bid to any contractor the lowest one wins unfortunately.
  11. Chris Marshall. A very good man and choice as President.
  12. They have officially distanced themselves from Sealey by renaming COG the United Collegiate Umpires. Good move on their part. The name though... I don't think a name has to show that their all together despite the recent turmoil. New hats and unis for all! Two years in a row buying all new stuff. Yikes.
  13. He still assigns in New England, and New York.
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