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Tim Burkindine

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Jan. 28, 2004
T.Burk
Topic: General and miscellaneous
Discussion: Ready to Play

hi we are the Kansas City Masters we are moving up to 55 AAA. we are trying to see how much interst their might having an SSWC tournament or two in and the Kansas City Area. let me here from you if you teams are interested.
Jan. 28, 2004
T.Burk
Topic: Bats
Discussion: miken edge bats

I like most seniors have played the bat game. My garage looks like used bat storage facility. I have even purchased three new bats fir the 2004 season. I like Miken bats and I don't blame them for the difficulty with their bats. I will play mostly SSWC tournaments this seaason so that my guys can use the U IIs they bought last summer. In additionb we will look long and hard for tournaments that will allow the use of good bats and balls. The associations that say insurance is the cause of their dilemmas are being completely honest. They have caved in to those players who are afraid of playing competitive softball. If players want to use U IIs or a comprebale bat and good softballs, they need to find the associations that will allow tha to be done. I spend a great deal of time discussing senior issues with Bruce Walker, and we are of a common mind with regard to what can and should be done for seniors. A great place to start is to affect the influx of money to associations that do not want to listen to the players who are interested in using the best equipment available. The next thing that can be done is to create a national players summit which could lead to a national players organization to govern and run a national level series of qualifying tournaments leading to a National Championship.
Jan. 21, 2004
T.Burk
Topic: Tournaments
Discussion: Hotel - Fields for Phoenix

Hotels listed were the Sheraton Crescent, The ressidence Inn, and The Wyndom hotel
Jan. 14, 2004
T.Burk
Topic: Rules of the game
Discussion: Playing in Two Age Groups

just check out the senior ratings web site at www.softballrating.com and you will see on the right hand side of the screen a notice of the comparison of rules for all senior associations.
Jan. 13, 2004
T.Burk
Topic: Rules of the game
Discussion: Playing in Two Age Groups

The organizatioin decides if it will allow you to play in the same tournament in two different age groups. Check out their web sites and see if it is posted.
Nov. 4, 2003
T.Burk
Topic: General and miscellaneous
Discussion: Eyeglasses and seeing the ball?

I have a pair of prescription Oakleys with a rose lens that works at night as well as a pair of Boles with interchangeable lenses. With the Boles, I use a yellow lense for night time softball. I don't like either because I can't keep them from fogging over or keeping the sweat off of the lense. Also I don't wear glasse all of the time, so it takes some getting used to.
Oct. 27, 2003
T.Burk
Topic: Tournaments
Discussion: New Player friendly tournaments for 2004

capt. Bob get back to me and let me know which association is asking you to join them. I couldn't find it.
Tim
Oct. 27, 2003
T.Burk
Topic: Tournaments
Discussion: Mobile Player Friendly Tournament

Just returned from Mobile nationals. Had a chance to meet and discuss softball with capt. Bob. He plans on hosting 3 player friendly tournaments next year. His hotel, the Lafayette Plaza will be the host hotel in downtown Mobile. We stayed there and had a ball. Great rooms, great prices, great service. If he runs the tournament the way he runs his hotel, it will be first class.
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