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Old Thu Aug 04, 2005, 12:14pm
scottk_61 scottk_61 is offline
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You know, an easier way to deal with this is the uniform rule.

If the whole team is wearing them, ignore it if they aren't all wearing it, comply with the uniform rule.

Persoanlly, I want all jewelry removed.

Years ago, I was one of three officials sued over a stud earring that we didn't see on a player.

My insurance settled as did the others.

Jewelry is for adornment, it has no place or use as a sporting device.


I have told adults to get rid of some earrings, and some necklaces but for the kids, toss it all.

However on the upside, if you have a metal detector work over the infield after a game and you might find some good stuff.
I sure have in years past.......diamond rings, earrings etc.

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