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  1. TONY ZARAGOSA says:

    Hi Ernie,just want to say hi to all my friends hope to see again.SEP.5/6 2015 i know fast pitch has it seems to go down hill.Just 3 years ago we started men” fast pitch league here in Fresno Ca.and i have not pitch in 17 years that is a very long time.I played for CORONA RAVENS WENT TO ASA C NAT.1991,SAN BERNADINO COORS,BLAZZERS,ALSO PLAYED FOr MANNY E. AND BEAUMONT COYOTES ASA C NAT 94

  2. Dick Camp says:

    Hey Tony, I just read your comment and it brought back memories of that ’91 Corona Ravens team that we took to the Nationals. I pitched in S. California for over 30 years and remember that team as being one of the most fun I ever pitched for. I’ve been in Texas since ’93 but am glad to read that folks like you and Ernie are keeping the game alive.I recently learned of the passing of Stevie Cabrera a few years ago. Truly, sad news as Stevie was a great guy and an honor to play for. I’m not sure if you’ll ever read this, but if you do, say hi to any of the guys from that team that you might still be in touch with.

  3. Bob says:

    Hi Dick, Good to hear from you. I remember you. If you don’t hear from Tony, maybe send him an email. If you don’t see it, this is it: jzaragosajr@gmail.com. Take Care, Bob.

  4. john ray haagsma says:

    lots of great times playing softball in corona , with the b&g hay softball team keep the game going j ray

  5. Bob says:

    B&G was one of the strongest teams in the area, and was started by John Haagsma, who brought his sons John and Gary into the game. John was one of the best ASA Class A pitchers in So. Calif. John, there might have been another Haagsma along with your dad who helped start the team? An uncle perhaps? My memory escapes me, so if you can clarify that, it would be great. Please say hi to your Dad and Gary. I sure enjoyed watching your team play and playing against you guys. Take Care.

  6. Dana Story - Roa says:

    I grew up at Corona Park My Dad Gerry Story Played with the Chicanos and other teams in Corona and Norco for years. We were just talking about all the good times and the community we had there. This was the 1970’s. My daughter plays softball now and loves it.

  7. Bob says:

    Great fastpitch history at Corona Park and the Chicanos were a major part of it. Great to hear your dad played and your daughter is keeping the “family fastpitch tradition alive!”

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