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mark38090

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About mark38090

  • Birthday 02/06/1968

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  • Location
    Brooker Florida
  • Interests
    Baseball and shooting

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  • Occupation
    Correctional Officer
  • Types/Levels of Baseball called
    JV down
  • How did you hear about Umpire-Empire?
    ABUA (umpire.org)

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  1. I got one to the back of the elbow in B one time. Ball hit to f6 and I knew it was going to be a close play and didn't watch the throw, I would have bet it broke my arm but it was just a nasty bruise.
  2. I see now there is an approved ruling that the lines are considered inside the box. My apologies for my confusion.
  3. Can't give you an exact, but Michigan, kid with all the hair that's such a great pitcher, back foot completely behind the back of the batters box line. Around here, if you're not correcting that, the coaches are going nuts. Again, I'm not bashing, just pointing it out. Today's second batter for SD, toes out of the box when the at bat starts.
  4. These kids from Michigan were doing it again today but the plate umpire has backed them up. The Ohio team did it today. Sorry I didn't reply earlier but I'm fighting covid and damn this was a really bad week.
  5. I've noticed that they're not enforcing the batters box at all in several of these games. These kids are 4 or 5 inches behind the back line and several have their toes clearly over the edge of the plate... Even the announcers are commenting on the batters crowding the plate.
  6. Around here there's no LL, everything here is call ripken and it's doing up due to the travel ball. Tegra ball used to be elite baseball but now because everybody with a checkbook gets their kid on these travel teams the level of ball at travel levels is dropping quickly.
  7. No, Cause Chevy didn't make a 327 in '55, the 327 didn't come out till '62. And it wasn't offered in the Bel Air with a four-barrel carb till '64. However, in 1964, the correct ignition timing would be four degrees before top-dead-center.
  8. We eat grits at least a couple days a week here.
  9. Wouldn't it be because his back foot literally moved in front of the rubber? His back foot gained distance to home instead of stepping "back" off of the rubber.
  10. It must suck to go through life scared of "what if's". Sincerely hope if I'm on the side of the road fighting for my life, you're not the guy driving by. If your kid wife or family member is drowning, I'm going in the water, no matter the consequences, to try to save your the life of your loved one. If your wife child or loved one is being attacked, I'm helping however I can, no matter the consequences. Just my 2 cents...
  11. I always start with, "I'm fat and old, don't let the ball hit me." Otherwise I'm pretty much all business with the exception of the occasional catcher that's just a chatter box.
  12. I did 10u and 12u tourney this past weekend in Ocala Florida. Almost everything I do throughout the year is solo, getting to work 2 man and 3 man all weekend was a blast. I had the championship game behind the plate and it was a great game. 13-3 at the end of 3 but finished 20-18 after 6. Coaches and parents were all extremely well behaved and respectful, the kids were thanking us umpires for being there and wishing us happy fathers day. I felt like I had one of my best games behind the plate, zero gripes about the zone. I met a bunch of great guys from around different areas and got to work with 7 different guys. Overall it was one of my best experiences as an umpire.
  13. But it's what the lawyers want, that's all they care about.
  14. I'm a 20 correctional officer and I was thinking your report was short and sweet... Guess we went to the same report writing training. Who, what, when, where, and why. BY, who what when where and why. FOR, who what when where and why. CONSEQUENCES, for who what when where and why. And finally, CHARGES, for who what when where and why. Then add any details you think may be factors in the decision.
  15. I just did a state tourney and one of my partners wore a HSM and used a balloon protector. These were 10yo "b" level, he took a shot to the face and it rang his bell decent, made me question the level of protection provided because it didn't spin off.
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