K-Club fastpitch, father and sons building a quality ball club and lasting memories

Written by Bob on January 30th, 2012

18 Comments so far ↓

  1. Jimmy Moore says:

    Really good article. Happy for all of them. Fastpitch softball truly is a great family game.

  2. Jerry Sanders Sr. says:

    The Koldas and Welchs are a great goup of people. When Dan drives the whole family up from Cali. they fill the stand with more fans than any other team has. I coached Rick & Mike on the Seattle Nighthawks 23/U Men’s Team with Gary May and had the pleasure of playing with Dan on Charlie Bendock’s 50 & over team and can tell you without hesitation that it was an enjoyable experience. Good luck in the 2012 season.

  3. Bob, what a well written article. On behalf of the myself, my Dad, Rick and the entire K-Club, we very humbly thank you for the recognition.

  4. Bob says:

    Mike, you are very welcome. I enjoyed talking with and getting to know you, Rickey and your dad. And it was a pleasure to write about the family and K-Club. Keep up the great work for fastpitch.

  5. Rickey Kolda says:

    Bob, once again you have out done yourself. We are very appreciative that you took the time and interest to put together a story on our ballclub and family. We are very excited to spread the word of the article and have been getting really good comments from everone that reads it. You are a true ambassador to the game and everyone that plays the game thanks you for the work you do. Thanks again from all of us.

  6. Davie mac says:

    good to see you guy’s keeping fastpitch going in the North west

  7. Mike Trotter says:

    Great article. Have had the pleasure of getting to know the Kolda’s and will miss them when it’s my time. This is a very good ball club.

  8. Rickey Kolda says:

    Bob, once again you have out done yourself. We are very appreciative that you took the time and interest to put together a story on our ballclub and family. We are very excited to spread the word of the article and have been getting really good comments from everone that reads it. You are a true ambassador to the game and everyone that plays the game thanks you for the work you do. .

  9. Rickey Kolda says:

    Trotter, I still havent had the priveledge of catching you. We need to hook up soon before its too late. Take care.

  10. Rickey Kolda says:

    Bob you have outdone yourself again. We are very appreciative that you took the time and interest to put together a story on our ballclub and family.You are a true ambassador to the game and everyone that plays the game thanks you for the work you do.

  11. Rickey Kolda says:

    We are very appreciative that you took the time and interest to put together a story on our ballclub and family.You are a true ambassador to the game and everyone that plays the game thanks you for the work you do.

  12. frank says:

    good article. otto has good ariticle.good to see some famular names still following game. jimmy moore the best of the 80s and early 90s. mike t. has seen them all

  13. Art Grosse says:

    Grandma Ann and I are very proud of
    our grandsons and their dad and are
    sure that our great grandson Riley
    will follow in Rickey’s and his
    grandpa’s footsteps.

  14. Rickey Kolda says:

    Very well writen article Bob. We are very appreciative that you took the time and interest to put together a story on our ballclub and family. You are a true ambassador to the game and everyone that plays the game thanks you for the work you do.

  15. Mike Moreno says:

    Pretty cool, The only thing they’re missing is Ted & Paul Kolda who were truly the MVP’s in the family!! P/S Isnt about time for Danny to take up Golf?? HA! Good Luck Guys!!

  16. Jessica Moreno says:

    This is incredible. The last time I saw “Mikey” was over 15 years ago, and he wasn’t even 5 feet tall. Great to see that Both Rickey and Mike have grown up in their father’s foot steps. Reminds me of the good ol days when we would watch the Nissan team as kids. Our dads were like giants. Dan could pitch faster than the wind (letting out a few grunts here and there to get it over the plate. Great to see that both Rickey and Mikey stuck to their original little league positions. Rickey caught and Mikey played either first or second and they were both so clutch in those spots! Great job guys!

  17. Bob says:

    Thank you Rickey, and I hope to meet the Kolda’s sometime, somewhere at a ball park. Best of luck with your tournament and the season.

  18. Ed Monroe says:

    Rickey and Mike you may not remember me, but I remember both of you tossing the tennis ball around the dugouts.. ha.. and it looks like ol’ man is still the class act he was all those years I was fortunate enough to play behind him. Great Article I enjoyed reading it, brought back some great memories.. Keep it alive guys and all the best in everything that you do.

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