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After several postings on the "for those who play amateur baseball topic" I somehow managed to find three people who I knew, or someone we know in common. I thought it might be fun to see how many other current or former college or amateur players are on this site. Go ahead and list the teams you've played for and for what years. Here goes....

Itasca Community College 1999-2000

University of WI-Superior 2001-2002

Kimball Express (amateur) 1998-2001

Bayside Vipers (Superior, WI amateur) 2002-2004

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maros91

No college ball for this guy.

Elk River Red Devils (1995-1997)

Nowthen Pioneers (1998-2000)

Elk River Elks (2001)

St. Francis Saints (2002-2008)

Princeton Panthers (2009)

Lot of great state tourney runs with Franny but could never win the big one. 2nd, couple of 3rds and a 4th. Little older now and am playing closer to home with Princeton.

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AugieAngler1010

Definitely have faced you Biff. I played for the Blaine Fusion from 04-06 and a few games the past couple of summers. I would be the tall lefty pitcher who SHUT YOU GUYS DOWN!!! Except for one time when you were shelling us at our park and I got some garbage innings, then you guys gave me some payback.

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AugieAngler1010

Sorry forgot to list my affiliations:

Augustana College - '03-'05

Blaine Fusion - '04-'06 (still pitch a couple of games a summer, but my shoulder is pretty much shot)

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blue_healer_guy

Bethany Lutheran 87-88

St. Cloud State 89-90

Waterville Indians amateur 82-present.

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First Ice-Mike

University of Minnesota, Crookston - 1998-2002

Dumont Saints - 1999-present

FI

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maros91

Definitely have faced you Biff. I played for the Blaine Fusion from 04-06 and a few games the past couple of summers. I would be the tall lefty pitcher who SHUT YOU GUYS DOWN!!!

Yes. I think I can remember facing you. I could never pick the ball up out of your hand, you hid it so well. I was the #3 hitter. I could never hit you or Pat Lenton. Did he ever sign with the Braves?

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AugieAngler1010

Originally Posted By: AugieAngler1010
Definitely have faced you Biff. I played for the Blaine Fusion from 04-06 and a few games the past couple of summers. I would be the tall lefty pitcher who SHUT YOU GUYS DOWN!!!

Yes. I think I can remember facing you. I could never pick the ball up out of your hand, you hid it so well. I was the #3 hitter. I could never hit you or Pat Lenton. Did he ever sign with the Braves?

Yep that would be me.

Not sure where Pat ended up - haven't talked to him since last summer. Those games with St. Francis were always the highlight of the season. Lots of trash talk and good games.

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UdeLakeTom

Did he look anything like his avatar?? grin

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carnelianlake

First Ice Mike, did you play w/ a guy named Arnold @ UMC? A few buddies from HS played football there at the same time. Brandt, Massmann, Stelten.

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walleyeking

Lake Park Little League Minors ( I never made it to the majors)

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CFRay

Long ago when white shoes were in style.

North Dakota State University 76-78

St. Cloud Park 76-78

Lenexa Police Blue 80

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pegleg

White shoes also along with red...

Winona State '74

St. Cloud State - '75 red shirt/transfer year - sit out

St. Cloud State - '76 - decided engineering degree more important than baseball after getting shelled on spring trip to Omaha

New Prague Robins '73 - '77

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First Ice-Mike

Played with Pat Arnold - I know all of those guys.

FI

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UdeLakeTom

Tamarack...no nickname that I can remember...1965. We played the Sandstone prison team. Quite an experience for an 18 year old... crazy

We played in the old Seaway league.

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