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Greg J.
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Being a pitcher in baseball is pretty cool if you don't include repetitive shoulder strain and that small issue of a rock hard ball flying at your face. It like being the most socially acceptable way to look down the barrel of a gun.

27 Comments
  • bigdan0312 August 24, 2007

    Dying of thirst but First Beotch's

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  • sleeko August 24, 2007

    Two! Did he catch it?

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  • lickadslit August 24, 2007

    He will wake up in about a week

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  • sleeko August 24, 2007

    I was little league coach, then sons played in high school. One was pitcher. Fuck'n aluminum bats are deadly.

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  • sarahkins August 24, 2007

    i want one!!!

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  • sarahkins August 24, 2007

    a baseball player that is

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  • sleeko August 24, 2007

    ^^^How about the coach?

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  • hiram August 24, 2007

    well, if you get i harms way.....

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  • skinafuckerrus August 24, 2007

    nice lump timmy

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  • ronsxi August 24, 2007

    aimbot!!

    man it looks like he caught it

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  • briandee August 24, 2007

    Yooooourrrrr out !!!

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  • culprite inc August 24, 2007

    KEEP YOUR EYE ON THE BALL

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  • hatedogs August 24, 2007

    What does that anemic little bastard think somebody gave him that glove for? These little hunks of buzzard puke coming up today ain't worth a Coke can full of tobacco spit. And neither are you, you goddamn somofabitch.

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  • rodgtard August 24, 2007

    aluminum bats have no place in any level of hardball.its like steroids in a bat!

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  • cuda1179 August 24, 2007

    sleeko and rodtard,

    You do know that when a robotic arm was used to hit a baseball bat that aluminium bats only hit a ball 3-5% faster right? That translates into roughly 5 miles per hour? Not exactly deadly.

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  • sleeko August 24, 2007

    ^^^Right, that's why those bats are being redesigned, to take some of the pop, out of them. The NCAA was about to ban them.

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  • juggalo_4lyf August 24, 2007

    happens to the best of us......

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  • cuda1179 August 25, 2007

    The stats don't lie. The NCAA banning them was just a knee jerk reaction made by people that didn't know all the facts.

    Ask the manufactures and they will tell you the same thing.

    Statistically the increased chance of a metal bat being responsible for an injury are about the same as a wood bat's chance of splintering and causing injury. (Usually this is with older, poorly maintained bats though)

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  • crusaderrabbit August 25, 2007

    No, but they make a nice *ping* sound when you hit the ball. Also when the ball bounces off your forehead at 150 mph.

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  • rodgtard August 25, 2007

    they have a bigger sweet spot also.my cousin bought his boy an aluminum composite bat for little league this year.over $200 for a fuckin little league bat!this same team last year won city in there division.with wood bats.same kids,minus a couple, using aluminum and composite came in 5th out of 8 teams.you would think the percentages would have went up?one more tid-bit, i played baseball through high school.and dave cone( pitched for the yankees) pitched for a team i played against.i used to punch it all over the field.it would piss him off and he would hit ya ever now and again!pussy!

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  • sleeko August 25, 2007

    cuda1179, Yeah! Listen to guys that make and sell the bats. There's an objective opinion. $200.00 for a little league is only part of the bullshit. That bats only good for a season, at best. Then it goes flat. But that's OK, the manufactures have a new updated one now, for $250.00...Do the amth!

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  • sleeko August 25, 2007

    rodgtard, My son played in high school, college, and 2 seasons in Dodger Stadium. A stadium that doesn't allow aluminum bats...Oh! And my dick is bigger than yours, too...nanny, nanny

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  • joecommonsense August 25, 2007

    i make my own personal aluminum bats, I take aluminum foil and wrap it around a tree stick.

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  • joecommonsense August 25, 2007

    ^^^then i sell them for 400 dollars a pop by saying the bats are vintage traditional 3 layer wrapped made in USA.

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  • cuda1179 August 26, 2007

    sleeko,

    One season? Are you kidding me? I have used my aluminium bat for years. The ones I used in little league were used for years before me, and years after me. I'd say that they'd last longer than wooden bats.

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  • rodgtard August 26, 2007

    aluminum bats do play a role in my life.i use them to break up dog fights,and as an attitude adjuster for the hard headed!sleeko,im telling ya man it looks like a baby arm holding an apple!

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  • commoneagle August 26, 2007

    pain is in the brain of the beholder or somthing like bat...

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