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Real name:
Paul Harrington

Location:
Collinsville, IL

Division:
Men's 65

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Oct. 17, 2013
Harri
Topic: Tournaments
Discussion: WHAT 65AAA TEAMS ARE GOING TO FT MYERS?

U. S. Pallet 65's AAA will be going to Ft. Myers. Great to be back at Lee County Complex. You all have a safe trip and look forward to seeing you there.

Sept. 1, 2013
Harri
Topic: Players looking to join a team
Discussion: 50+ Player looking for team going to the Illinois Sen. Olym., Sep. 28-29, 2013

A very good 50+ player is looking for a team to play on at the IL SEN OLYM. Can play any position, but is a very good shortstop with a great arm. Hits for high average and also with power. Let me know if interested: Harri at sanpal@att.net

July 30, 2013
Harri
Topic: Tournaments
Discussion: Columbia Missouri Classic

Only info I saw was the attachment with the 50's schedule, although it was titled "65". Emailed our first game time (12:30), but that is it. If any of you have more info, especially for the 65's, would appreciate a reply (sanpal@att.net).

Paul (U.S. Pallet 65's)


June 19, 2013
Harri
Topic: Players looking to join a team
Discussion: SPA Isenhower Mid-America NIT, July 6-7

Player looking for a team to play in the above tournament in Liberty Missouri. He is a very talented 50+ player who can play any position, but is an excellent shortstop. He hits for a high average plus can hit for power. If interested or want more info, please email me at sanpal@att.net

Thanks,

P Harrington
Cell: 618-978-3155
April 6, 2013
Harri
Topic: General and miscellaneous
Discussion: Softball Scorekeeping Software

Thanks for the info...going online now to check it out.
April 5, 2013
Harri
Topic: General and miscellaneous
Discussion: Softball Scorekeeping Software

I have been considering keeping score this year on an ipad or laptop. I am looking to use it for more than one team. And hopefully, printing out games results and stats. Any suggestions, comments on this topic is appreciated.
May 20, 2010
Harri
Topic: Tournaments
Discussion: Ft. Knox Tournament

Thanks Corky...looking forward to attending next year.
May 18, 2010
Harri
Topic: Tournaments
Discussion: Ft. Knox Tournament

Hey Guys, Anyone know the results of the tournament in Ft. Knox KY (SPA). We didn't go because all the teams in our division dropped out. Hope it was a go...I know Wes put in a lot of work trying to get a new tournament started.
May 17, 2010
Harri
Topic: General and miscellaneous
Discussion: Questions concerning ranking and skill levels.

We have decided to disband because of SSUSA's refusial to lower our rating. They sight stats as reason to move or not move a team, but I feel it is more political than anything. We attended the TOC in Feb. We lost all six games by an average of 11 runs, yet maintain the same rating. I know they can come up with an explanation as to why we will not be lowered. The rules, however, are set up so they can pretty much do what they want.
JimS...I appreciate your frustrations.
May 9, 2010
Harri
Topic: General and miscellaneous
Discussion: Setting your lineup

Hey Guys...Great ideas and comments. They all have merit and help in making my deciaions. I especially agree that team chemistry and having fun are critical. As manager I also always hit last, mainly to reduce "gripes" and because it gives me time to get the game going before I bat.
I have a great hitter (hard line drives and ave. 700), bats left but can't run. Have been using him in the #2 position, but thinking about moving him to 3 or 4 so that it will increase the chance of having someone on base when he is up.
Appreciate all your thoughts...keep them coming.

Harri

May 7, 2010
Harri
Topic: Tournaments
Discussion: Fort Knox Tournament

As of this morning, the tournament is a go. Wes stated that the tournament will probably start on Friday, May 14th, instead of Thursday. Depending on your age group it may run Fri. to Sunday; Fri. & Sat., or Sat. & Sun. Should find out Sat. morning. There are 5 teams in the 65+ age group. Don't know about the others.
May 7, 2010
Harri
Topic: General and miscellaneous
Discussion: Setting your lineup

Have managed senior softball for many years. Always felt that your batting order is critical to having success. Would appreciate your comments and opinions as to what you think are important factors in determining batting order.
May 7, 2010
Harri
Topic: Players looking to join a team
Discussion: Just turned 50 and looking for team in St. Louis, MO

If you are still looking for a team or place...go to www.kirkwood senior softball.com Lots of info and links for St. Louis Area senior softball.
April 7, 2010
Harri
Topic: Players looking to join a team
Discussion: new player

contact me at sanpal@charter.net St. Louis Metro Area 70's team being formed, can refer you to the managers.
March 9, 2010
Harri
Topic: Players looking to join a team
Discussion: LOOKING FOR A TEAM IAM 65

Hey TRITTER...need more info. What area,position(s), past experience, etc.
March 7, 2010
Harri
Topic: Players looking to join a team
Discussion: looking for tournament team illinois area

I am on a 65's team, but know players from several teams in the St. Louis Metro area. If interested call me at 618-345-8628 or reply here.
Feb. 16, 2010
Harri
Topic: Tournaments
Discussion: Congrats to all at the TOC

Just wanted to say how much we enjoyed playing the Florida Legends, Las Vegas Elks and especially Scrap Iron 65's. You all are a class act and despite Budweiser getting a good old "butt kicking"...it was a pleasure stepping onto the same field with all you guys. Hope you all had a safe trip home. Look forward to seeing you this summer...although we will probably not be Budweiser, since it looks like we will be forced to disolve rather than having to play M+...which we all know "we are not"
Dec. 7, 2009
Harri
Topic: General and miscellaneous
Discussion: New PPR & Middle rule

Having played on two age groups in both SSUSA & SPA tournaments...it seems that SPA has the best rule. They simply do not have a PPR. I have seen numerous problems with umpires correctly administratingthe PPR. At the SPA tournaments, including Nationals at Dalton...there was not one incident of injury, that I am aware of, to the pitchers. The new rule, as I understand it, would take away a pitchers ability to make a play...if the ball passes through the "24" plate. If you are going to remove them from making defensive plays, why not go to the extreme of using a 24" by 72" screen. That way the pitcher can have some protection and if the net is hit, the rule would be enforced.
But, as I stated earlier, it would be best to completely do away with the rule.
Happy Holidays to all my senior softball friends.
Dec. 7, 2009
Harri
Topic: General and miscellaneous
Discussion: New PPR & Middle rule

Having played on two age groups in both SSUSA & SPA tournaments...it seems that SPA has the best rule. They simply do not have a PPR. I have seen numerous problems with umpires correctly administratingthe PPR. At the SPA tournaments, including Nationals at Dalton...there was not one incident of injury, that I am aware of, to the pitchers. The new rule, as I understand it, would take away a pitchers ability to make a play...if the ball passes through the "24" plate. If you are going to remove them from making defensive plays, why not go to the extreme of using a 24" by 72" screen. That way the pitcher can have some protection and if the net is hit, the rule would be enforced.
But, as I stated earlier, it would be best to completely do away with the rule.
Happy Holidays to all my senior softball friends.
Oct. 28, 2009
Harri
Topic: Teams looking for players
Discussion: New 65+ Team going to Ft. Myers

We will not be going to Ft. Myers...so anybody looking for 65+ players...please respond.
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