15th Annual Round-the-Clock Slo-Pitch Tournament

baseballFor the second year in a row, my slo-pitch team has registered to participate in the annual Round-the-Clock slo-pitch tournament at the ballpark formerly known as SkyDome, the Rogers Centre. Our games are scheduled for January 30 to February 1, 2009.

I'll never forget our 4:30 am game last year. We stunk up the joint, but our team is stronger in 2009 and I sense this Storm's gonna rage once more.

I miss playing ball.

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Daniel

Hah, where's my invitation?? :p

January 4, 2009 @ 6:21 PM

Toronto Mike

Ladies and gentlemen, allow me to introduce you to exhibit A as to why we're a better team this year. Daniel will not be on the roster.

Daniel is a great dodgeball player, but a horrible baseball player.

January 4, 2009 @ 6:22 PM


Mike Kic

I'm definitely going to side with Boon on this one. I've never seen anyone strike out so many times in 3 games in slo-pitch.....however, it's a great story a year later, and it was fun.

But he is one heck of a dodgeball player.

January 4, 2009 @ 10:26 PM

Engell

Bring on the fun!! Psst, you think the Jays recruiters will be watching for potential prospects? I'm totally bringing my A game just in case!

January 5, 2009 @ 11:21 AM

Toronto Mike

Sure, they could always use another bat boy.

And as for Daniel, not only did he strike out almost every time, I'm pretty sure he made contact once and ran to third base instead of first.

And didn't he drop a routine fly ball?

Great Dodgeball player, terrible baseball player...

January 5, 2009 @ 11:23 AM

Daniel

I struck out every time except once, where the ball rolled off my bat and landed at my feet. I made it to first, but then I ran on an infield fly and got out. didnt know about that rule.
At the very least, I know to run to first. bastards. haha

January 5, 2009 @ 12:54 PM

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