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Aging_Arbiter last won the day on October 5

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  • Birthday 01/05/1967

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    Dillsburg, PA
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    PA District 14 / YAIAA
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    Warehouse Operations Manager
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  1. ...........and the inmates run the asylum. The coach is in charge, not the player. If he cannot tell his player to STOP breaking the rule, and get him to comply, I'm starting with the coach.
  2. With this description, a conclusion can be drawn that you are referring to Majors and below. Given the age group, if the player "continues" to do this after being warned, then I'm warning the adult base coach. That ADULT is the one telling the player to do it. I'm ejecting a coach before a player in this scenario.
  3. Soooooo, last Thursday was 3 weeks Post Op. on Saturday, I did a LL (players moving up to) majors fall ball game on the bases. It was a last minute fill in kind of deal. It's slow enough, I didn't need to "run". I'd probably been better off working the plate. However, my knee has it's own way of telling me that it was my last game for the year. Kind of like when you hurt something or just start working out........and REALLY feel it the day after. Well, Sunday was spent rotating elevation/ice packs and anti-inflammatory meds along with short walks in the yard.
  4. Before, during or after reaching base?
  5. Thanks @stkjock! All is well so far. Got staples removed today. Down to steri-strips and a generally bad attitude about the whole evolution. Got cleared to drive, but not cleared to return to work (Facility). I've been working from home this week. Told my VP what the doc said, and he responds with "I guess you can just keep working from home.....like me"
  6. This one time..........at band Ump camp........
  7. no, I just used it to get a This photo was post-op though. There is a little old lady who lives on our lane that walks her dogs twice a day. Township isn't keeping grass cut along the road, so I ran down and back (yes on that side of the road) to give her a little path to get out of the way of traffic, should she need it.
  8. Well, Total right knee replacement went well. Actually, only pain I have had is in my quad, where they had the air tourniquet on it. So 4 hours post op, I'm on a walker going down the hall. One week post op, I dropped from crutches to a cane. Only used the cane for one day, be walking with no assistance since Friday. I will probably get staples out this Thursday at my 2 week follow up. Hopefully, I will get released to drive again. The physical therapist wouldn't release me to drive, so I took my lawn tractor and left!
  9. I understand where you're coming from, but 1) I don't work solo, and 2) I don't guess. Either I saw a (insert scenario here), or I didn't. Never guess.
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