Douglas Replacement Reel SL Green



Douglas Replacement Reel SL (Green)

Douglas Replacement Reel SL (Green)



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The Douglas Replacement Reel SL with handle is an external wind reel with a smooth, easy operation and acrylic finish. - For external wind tennis posts - Self-locking mechanism prevents recoil during winding - Removable handle -Heavy-duty steel construction - Slotted to fit most posts - Green Acrylic finish


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Rick White, the president of the Atlantic League and a former M.L.B. “The one rule I’m seeing that has the most effect is the ‘step off or else you’re balking’ rule,” said Mauro Gozzo, the New Britain Bees manager and a former major league pitcher. “It takes the lefty pickoff move away. It takes away the inside move to try to pick off a runner or keep him close at second. As for stealing first base, hitters are still learning. The Bees’ Mike Carp, who won a World Series ring as a reserve for the Red Sox in 2013, said remembering that rule can be tricky. “You’re used to playing the game one way your whole life, and when they throw in these little changes, it’s different — especially stealing first base,” he said. “I can see how that might come into effect late in the game, but you’re not thinking that in the box. Carp said he does not notice the larger size of the bases while running, but he can tell up close — and when a routine grounder clipped a corner of the bag recently and squirted away for a hit. The new bases are three inches closer down the line, and four and a half inches closer between first and second and between second and third. “Bang-bang plays that occurred last year are probably being called safe today,” White said. “Stealing and getting more running in is one of the objectives baseball has.


Pollster Zogby predicts landslide McCain win? Zogby is right when he says no one knows Barack Obama. As long as the media shields him by keeping quiet about his background, no one will know him on election day. He has not authored legislation in Illinois or in Washington. When it comes down to the proverbial nitty-gritty, how many voters will turn their backs on the mostly unknown Barack Hussein Obama and pull the lever for the “old shoe” that everyone knows. Joe Biden won’t be able to save Obama even in a tight race. Who cares about Biden outside of Pennsylvania and Delaware? And then there is the Sarah Palin effect. The more the media tries to trash her, the more people will rally around her and the McCain - Palin ticket. Who knows, maybe Zogby is right. What's the significance of Oct. 9? Why, it's the Jewish Day of Atonement, of course.


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