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Date:8/28/2014 6:19:53 PM
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GO, SILVER SLUGGERS!! GO!!
Congratulations, team, for rallying up & successfully overtaking those powerhouse Kevlar Keets! I'm so very proud of each & every one of you! I'm tickled that our reserves were able to give it a shot this time & whoo boy, did they EVER!!!

Now, I want to remind everybirdy that we are a T.E.A.M.!! We're like family. Being like that, sometimes we may say things we don't really mean to each other in times of stress. LIKE YESTERDAY!!! That was a greyt game, but yes, it was stressful. Sometimes that can make us say things that ought not to be said. Also, it means not "pecking" at somebirdy to rile them up, either!! Let's get this in our heads. When somebirdy demeans, criticizes or insults another, they are saying it to ALL of us!! If it is coming from inside our own team to one another, we won't stand a chance to win anything.

If you have an idea or suggestion to help your team mates, by all means, share it with us! We all want to improve & excel! I know I do! Anybirdy who thinks they have nothing to improve on, won't go far because they can't be taught. Let's become united in this goal of winning! We can't do it alone. We NEED each other.

Now, that being out of the way, let me go over your stats for this last game! Lucky, you probably noticed that you don't have any stats for this game because the rotation of the reserve players came about by the last 3 in the batting line up are dropped and the reserve birds, which we happen to have 3 of, are put in, the next game, the batting order with the original 10 will change once again, so as many birds can get to play. You will be playing again! Now, I've noticed Lucky, that I haven't been seeing you at the games. Some birds have been coming the night before & having a campout, or slumber party or whatever you may want to call it & it counts as you being an active player. Right now, that's not looking so good. Come read about the game & post, you're reading about the game that day!!! That's all we need. That means we NEED you! You're a winner! Yep, You really are & I'm proud & honored to be your coach. Enough said. I'll stop taking up your time!! See ya later, tater!! Sam leaves yelling a big YAHOOOOOOO!!! GO GO SILVER SLUGGERS!!! as he throws punches in the air!
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