Bruce Meade of Bradenton, FL was inducted into the Player Category in 2003 in Ft. Myers, FL. Standing 6 feet 6 inches tall and weighing 260 pounds with a handlebar mustache, Meade is probably the most recognized slow pitch player of his generation. In an illustrious career dating back to 1974 he has appeared in 9 ISA Super Major World Tournaments and 3 Senior World Tournaments. Over the years he has played with Elite Coatings of Gordon, GA; Steele's Sports of Grafton, OH; Smythe Sox of Houston, TX; Ken Michaels of Maryland; Ritch's/Kirk's of North Carolina; Sparpath of Kentucky; Vernorn's of Jacksonville, FL and Florida Crush in the Senior program.
Meade's teams won the Super World in 1986 (Smythe Sox) and finished second five times. His Florida Crush team has won 3 ISA Senior World titles. He has been named to the All-World Tournament Team 7 times. Bruce also participates in the Florida Half Century events which aligned with ISA in 2001 and won the state championship with Hardisty Electric in 2002.
|05-03: 10th Annual Sunshine Shootout/Super NIT|
Winter Haven, FL - Auburndale Sportsplex map
adult / Slowpitch / Men Bronze, Men Gold, Men Silver
|05-03: National Invitational|
Princeton Junction, NJ - Mercer County Park map
adult / Slowpitch /
|05-10: Super NIT - Silver|
Bartonville, IL - Alpha Park map
adult / Slowpitch / 18U
|05-16: NC/SC Super NIT - Bronze|
Myrtle Beach, SC - Myrtle Beach former AFB Fields map
adult / Slowpitch / 10U
2014-04-05 Spring National- Bronze
2014-04-05 Spring National-Silver
2014-03-08 ISA Winter Nationals - 50 Major Plus
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