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Looking for a 4.0-4.5 hitting partner. Currently in Oakland off of Lake Merritt near Grand Lake Theater. Evenings or weekends are best. Some weekdays during the day are possible.

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Hello

My name is Ken, I am also in Oakland and can play weekday evening 5PM. If you interested please sent me email indicating Time/Date you like to play. Weekend prefer morning.

Thanks
Ken
Hi Ken,

Weekday nights are usually better. I might be free Thursday ( tomorrow) evening. If not sometime next week?

Best way to reach me is at my yahoo account: pnuke2002@yahoo.com

Prasant
hi, i live in oakland right near the grand lake theater, i play at the 4.5 level, give or take, i am looking to play evenings or weekend mornings, thanks

nick
Hi Nick,

Weekday nights are usually better for me.

My email: pnuke2002@yahoo.com is probably the best way to reach me--I dont check my account on this site so much.

Free Thursday night?

-Prasant
Hey there,

I'm looking to start playing again - used to play 4.0 and 4.5 but that was back in NC over a decade ago, so I'm rusty, but I'm looking to play weekends (anytime except Sat mornings). Can pay weekdays after 6 as well (not Weds). I live/work in Berkeley and am happy to play anywhere in Berkeley/Albany.

Thanks,
Mark
Prasant,

I'm looking to hit in the Oakland/Berkeley area. I'm a 4.5. Weekends and weekdays are good.

Mark
Hi Mark Min,

I'd love to hit. I'm heading out of town unfortuantley for a few weeks starting this weekend.

What is the best way to reach you?

my email is pnuke2002@yahoo.com

I dont often check my messages on this site so my yahoo account is a better way to reach me.

-Prasant

Mark Min said:
Prasant,

I'm looking to hit in the Oakland/Berkeley area. I'm a 4.5. Weekends and weekdays are good.

Mark
HI--

I'm Will, available some days as well, I'm in Berkeley, can come to Oakland.

Let me know.

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