SC Village (Also very good, but usually too crowded)
This park is apparently the largest in LA county, yet all but 2 fields are fairly small. They are still playable though. Refs either are never able to find where a cheater has wiped a hit or they just don't care. This place is a haven for wipers.
I have another complaint regarding violent players who apparently frequent the park. I had an incident where I accidentally shot a guy in the neck (he was already out, but was still standing on the field about 10 feet from the person I was in a fire fight with, and was about 70 feet from me). He started yelling and cursing at first, then took off his mask, approached me and punched me in the head about 4 or 5 times after I tried apologizing and reasoning with him. A ref was standing right there, but did nothing. He had at least 100 lbs on me, by the way. I thought that the park was going to call the cops for sure, or at least kick him off the field. I went to complain at the front desk, afterward. Apparently he was a regular at the park, and all the staff kept telling me what a good guy he was. They kept justifying his actions and making lame excuses for him, like "he said he felt threatened" or "his adrenaline was up" or "you didn't back down when he got in your face." I couldn't believe it! The female manager there actually let him keep playing for the rest of the day, telling me "let's just be adults about this and forget that it ever happened." I am not making this up. Knowing what I know now, I wish I swung back at that jerk's fat face as hard as I could.
I've been to this field many times because of its proximity to where I live, but yesterday's game at CPP will be my last.
Last edited on Monday, February 9th, 2009 at 11:46 pm PST