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    Hey guys im in a club ball team and i have a slight problem. I am clean up hitter on the team because i really earned it. And there is a short, skinny, wimpy kid on my team that i am guessing is jealous of my spot in the line up and he is giving me a hell of a hard time! Anyways its really getting to my head and i am getting super frustrated, do any of you guys go through this and have any solutions or good advice?
    HA...Cubs, win a win a World Series?...

  • #2
    Just ignore the wimp. You know he's jealous, so don't even think about what he says.
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    • #3
      Anytime he says something to you, Just tell him to look at the line-up.

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      • #4
        Jared,
        I would recomend you speak with your coach.
        "He who dares to teach, must never cease to learn."
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        • #5
          Tell skinny one to take a hike, that happened to me too, but it was about catcher's duty. I sat out one inning because I hurt myself a little before in the last outing. And he went in and he was so bad, gave up so many passed balls that I had to go in again, hurt and all.

          Basically, what I'm saying, is if he's bad, give him a shot at it just to humiliate himself. Then he'll never bug you again.
          "I feel like I'm the luckiest man on the face of the planet, I might have had a bad break or two but I have an awful lot to live for, thank you."
          -Lou Gehrig

          "You can learn little from victory. You can learn everything from defeat."
          - Christy Matthewson

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          • #6
            People say violent is not the answer.....I strongly disagree sometimes.

            Just give him a quick jab and show him who's the boss. You put someone like that in their place and they will never both you again, I guarantee it. Some pretty harsh after-effects though, but whatever works.
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            • #7
              Originally posted by YankeesCatcher
              Tell skinny one to take a hike, that happened to me too, but it was about catcher's duty. I sat out one inning because I hurt myself a little before in the last outing. And he went in and he was so bad, gave up so many passed balls that I had to go in again, hurt and all.

              Basically, what I'm saying, is if he's bad, give him a shot at it just to humiliate himself. Then he'll never bug you again.
              hmmm a 12 year old ..humiliate?sounds fishy.very fishy
              Last edited by wogdoggy; 04-12-2006, 04:34 AM.

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              • #8
                Originally posted by tyberesk
                People say violent is not the answer.....I strongly disagree sometimes.

                Just give him a quick jab and show him who's the boss. You put someone like that in their place and they will never both you again, I guarantee it. Some pretty harsh after-effects though, but whatever works.

                HORRIBLE ADVICE!Going through life with that attitude will make it harder than it already is.

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                • #9
                  Well thanks a lot for the advice. I think im just gonna prove to the wimp that i earned my spot and just hit the longball!
                  HA...Cubs, win a win a World Series?...

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                  • #10
                    Thats the spirit! keep it up, and soon that kid whill be watching you bat from the bleachers at wrigley.

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