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  1. Many thanks to @JimKirk and and his crew at Ump Attire. I bought a new F3 throat guard. 1st game using it, I took a foul ball straight to the middle of it and it bent. Sent pics and a short description of what happened. I had a new one on the mail the same day. It arrived this afternoon. Thanks again Jim and his crew. I have told everyone in my association about the customer service at Ump Attire.
  2. The harness is elastic. The mask is designed to be worn snug. It takes a little getting used to , but I haven’t had any issues. I took a shot to the right cheek in a 13u wood bat game on Saturday and barley felt it.
  3. I have about 6 games with my F3 and don’t find it heavy at all. Even with consecutive games on the plate.
  4. LeoDev

    F3 v2 fit

    Thanks @MadMax. I knew from previous threads that it needed to be snug to the face. I think I’m about there with the harness tightness. I was able to see some pitches in a HS bullpen session yesterday and it felt pretty good. Unfortunately it will be at least 2 weeks before we got to see the field here in Central Oregon due too 12+ of snow and temps not much above freezing.
  5. I just got a new F3 v2 mask from Ump-Attire. I know the harness is supposed to be tighter the a traditional harness for the mask to work properly. I searched but couldn’t find out how much tighter. Any advice would be appreciated. Thanks
  6. OP states that there two outs. Perhaps there should be a clarification. If there were less than two outs, then I agree with the above post.
  7. I had to take a knee earlier this year to avoid a line drive to the chin. I used spray-n-wash on the grass streak of my polywools, and then washed in cold water at home. After the wash cycle, the stain was gone. Hope this works for you as well.
  8. LeoDev

    Interference

    If you can quote this rule, you would be the first to do so. This is my point. I can find no rule that makes Interference on a force play (no slide) an automatic DP. Rule 8 Section 4 Article 2 sub-section B. from the 2012 NFHS states: Any runner is out when he: (B) does not legally slide and causes illegal contact and/or illegally alters the actions of a fielder in the immediate act of making a play, or on a force play, does not slide in a direct line between the bases. A runner may slide away from the fielder to avoid contact or alter the play of the fielder. Runners are never required to slide, but if a runner elects to slide, the slide must be legal. The force play slide rule can be enforced at all bases, including the plate. It does not matter if the runner slides or not. It does not matter if the runner runs to right field or the infield. If the runner alters the play in any way, shape, form, or fashion, then the BR is out as well. This came from the Oregon state rules interpreter. The onus is on the runner to avoid getting in the fielders way, period.
  9. LeoDev

    Interference

    By rule, if the runner alters the play from the fielder, then the runner and BR are out.
  10. LeoDev

    Interference

    How is this FPSR? There is no slide in OP. Taken from the latest Oregon SRI Bulletin: Rule 8â€4â€2 reads: Any runner is out when he: B: does not legally slide and causes illegal contact and/or illegally alters the actions of a fielder in the immediate act of making a play, or on a force play, does not slide in a direct line between the bases. A runner may slide away from the fielder to avoid contact or alter the play of the fielder. Runners are never required to slide, but if a runner elects to slide, the slide must be legal. The force play slide rule can be enforced at all bases, including the plate. I have a FPSR violation.
  11. Thanks Warren. I lurk alot, but I learn something everyday.
  12. I don't post much, but I saw this story and thought it was a great gesture by the Padres organization. Enjoy. http://espn.go.com/e...hentic-uniforms
  13. Is 1 stamp enough postage to ship from Oregon? I have a 2010 Oregon State Athletic Association I am willing to mail to you.
  14. I was wondering the same thing. He lives in my town and has helped run clinics for my HS association. Great guy, also does HS basketball in the off-season.
  15. http://www.macdougallbats.com/ based here in Bend, Or. has created a great laminated bat. The High-school summer league used them in 2010 and I really enjoyed the game using these bats over the metal.
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