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Dec. 20, 2007
gapper21
Topic: General and miscellaneous
Discussion: found on another board

Hey Lecak,I hope your able to hit your prime by the time your 60. It would be nice to see you drive a ball once in a while instead of walking all the time. By the way, what are you hoping for under your Christmas tree this year?

And on a more personal note, Merry Christmas to you and Rose and I hope you have a really great Christmas. I'm looking forward to playing again in January.
Ray
Nov. 2, 2007
gapper21
Topic: General and miscellaneous
Discussion: oldest player?

I played this past weekend with a guy in arizona. I don't know how old he is but he lost a ball in the moon. I'll ask around to see how old he is.
Sept. 14, 2007
gapper21
Topic: General and miscellaneous
Discussion: Travel industry woes in US as it related to tournaments

Don't you need a card to post remarks on this board???
March 27, 2007
gapper21
Topic: General and miscellaneous
Discussion: Anyone ever been diagnosed with Turf Toe

Must be "TURF" turning fifty and playing with the kids. You may want to stick to the fifties where your foot might not get injured. Who knows, after turf toe it might be arthritis. Don't they have underarmor for your foot?
March 27, 2007
gapper21
Topic: Tournaments
Discussion: TOURNAMENT OF CHAMPIONS 2008 - Qualified Teams

Are the winners from 2007, if the team is still together, getting invited back to defend their title? If they really wnat this tounament to take off they need to get as many teams as possible. We had a great time in Florida and the SSUSA really took care of everyone.
April 19, 2006
gapper21
Topic: Players looking to join a team
Discussion: Ray Poulson calling new jersey (sweet construction or promotion)

I recently moved to Arizona and I am having trouble finding 50 and over teams to play with. Remember me if you are traveling out this way and need a player. I've been playing in local leagues but I really want to play 50 and over tournaments. If you need to contact me just drop me an e-mail at raypoulson21@msn.com or call my cell at 732-857-5544. Hope to hear from someone soon. I already miss playing against you guys and the tailgating in the parking lot.
April 8, 2006
gapper21
Topic: Players looking to join a team
Discussion: Looking for a 50 and over league in Phoenix

I'm new to the area and live in Mesa. I'm looking for a 50 and over league to play in in Phoenix or the surrounding area. If anyone knows of any leagues that are starting or that are going on now, could you drop me an e-mail at raypoulson21@msn.com. Thanks
March 19, 2006
gapper21
Topic: General and miscellaneous
Discussion: Softball leagues 35 and over and 40 and over

I'm new to the Mesa and Phoenix area and I was wondering if anyone knew of any 35 and over or 40 and over leagues that are starting or playing now. If anyone could provide a contact number, that would be great. Thanks for the help.
March 17, 2006
gapper21
Topic: Players looking to join a team
Discussion: Looking to play 50 and over

I just moved to Mesa this week from New Jersey and I am looking to play competative softball. I have been averaging about 120 games a year in open leagues, 40 an over leagues, and tournaments. I played in a few C and D tournaments and the 45 and over nationals this year. I just turned 50 this year and my primary position over the past 20 years has been pitching. I also play all other infield positions as needed. My reflexes on the mound are still pretty decent. I feel I still have something left in the tank to offer someone. I'm looking forward to hear from someone soon. Thanks
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