March 15, 2011
Entry ID: 1872482
|Go Carver Baseball Teams And Good Luck In 2011:)|
March 15, 2011
Entry ID: 1872481
June 13, 2009
Entry ID: 1643080
|Thank you Coach Mallon for your time and effort with our
t-ball team. The trophies were a GREAT surpise for the kids. I know I am very excited to show my family and friends.|
May 1, 2009
Entry ID: 1616014
|Boston RedSox rock for tripleAAA!|
January 17, 2009
Entry ID: 1544535
|Just as an FYI, when you send out flyers to all parents regarding signups and other important dates, You might want to put the TIMES of the events, Thanks
October 16, 2008
Entry ID: 1482616
|Yes, thanx to Liz and Dave...
Always there to help and assist in any way...
May 3, 2008
Entry ID: 1380472
|What kind of chips though ?? GIANT chips ?? :)|
Maddie & Kenzi
March 18, 2008
Entry ID: 1350398
|Do you like chips ?? well maddie and kenzi are loven' them. we think they are very addicting .
Well on with it BASEBALL IS IN 31 DAYS !! WE ALSO LOVE BASEBALL !! BUT MOST OF ALL WE LOVE CHIPS !!
lovers of chips
we <3 chips|
April 10, 2007
Entry ID: 1095301
|Thank you for having a site for Carver Sports that is easy to navigate and has all up to date information! It's not everyday you come across a site that has it all!
April 13, 2006
Entry ID: 817979
|Yea, the sun is shining, baseball is here!
Let's have a great season!
I would just like to thank all of the umpipres who commit their time to running a smooth and fair gameplay making baseball in Carver great! Thanks guys (and any gals who may take up the job).
Here's a poem that was published in the New York Times in 1962;
The umpire is a lonely man
Whose calls are known to every fan
Yet none will call him Dick or Dan
In all the season's games.
They'll never call him Al or Ed
Or Bill or Phil or Frank or Fred
Or Jim or Tim or Tom or Ted
They'll simply call him names.
Have fun everyone!
January 27, 2006
Entry ID: 760988
Sign-Ups are tommorrow!
Baseball season is almost here!
Practices and Games must be just around the corner!
I can hear Olson barking hitting instructions
I can see Freeman hustling down the basepath to make a call
I can taste the concession dogs and fries
I can hear the kids singing in the dugout ("How Tall? 8'!)
I can see coaches "waving 'em home"
"Put me in coach, I'm ready to play, today"