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May 9, 2013
Ho
Topic: Tournaments
Discussion: Kuuup22

Usually the SSUSA BRICKYARD is a well run tournament and I don't remember ever hearing many complaints about the tournament.

Anytime you have double elimination tournaments the pre-scheduling plans usually go out the window. I would give them another chance based on their previous tournaments.

However, that said, to avoid future problems like this you may want to check into ROUND ROBIN TOURNAMENTS where the schedule is locked in, possibley the 85-team AA and AAA Buckeye Classic Tournament.

Me, I would give the BRICKYARD another chance next year.

Ho


May 9, 2013
Ho
Topic: Tournaments
Discussion: SPA...Pull the plug on Springfield

No justification for what you guys are going through, I would probably react the same way. But just to set the record straight...this is only the second year SPA has run the Springfield tournament.

Don't know who had it the years prior to it.

Ho
April 26, 2013
Ho
Topic: Players looking to join a team
Discussion: Looking for a team in SE Michigan

Bill:

There are a lot of travel teams and leagues in Michigan but to narrow your search you will have to list your age and what city (near-by) where you live.

After that you should get some good responses.

Another option is to go to the horizontal menu on this page and click on leagues. Then go to the Michigan area on the map, click it and you will find a few Michigan league contacts.

Hope this helps you.

Ho
March 27, 2013
Ho
Topic: Tournaments
Discussion: Promoting Tournaments

Some tournaments do list the teams entered and up date the list daily as teams enter and drop check www.theebuckeyeclassic.com

Feb. 10, 2013
Ho
Topic: General and miscellaneous
Discussion: Sponsors Question (Poll)

Black:

Hope to see you guys at THEE Classic again this year..check out the web site theebuckeyeclassic.com

Jan. 16, 2013
Ho
Topic: Players looking to join a team
Discussion: Tournment Pitcher from NY looking to join a team

They will probably have to wait awhile before facing him..heard he dislocated his shoulder patting himself on the back.

Ho
Oct. 11, 2012
Ho
Topic: General and miscellaneous
Discussion: Action pictures from the Worlds in Vegas

Correct...they are the Indiana Legends-Campbell Tire 60AAA team

Ho
Sept. 21, 2012
Ho
Topic: Tournaments
Discussion: ISA World/Northeast Championship Results

I know that is the order of finish of the top three teams (26 of them) but he is also looking for the finish of the other three teams that were in the Syracuse tournament.

Ho
Sept. 21, 2012
Ho
Topic: Tournaments
Discussion: ISA World/Northeast Championship Results

Try this web page for the ISA order of finish (no scores)..they list the order of finish in each group (no record or scores)..the point total on the right shows you who finished in what order.

http://isasoftball.com/national-pasttourneys.html?mon=07

As for the SSUSA Northeast Championship at Syracuse..they only had 29 teams and they list the finish of 26 teams..with the process of elimination you can probably determone where the other three finished.

Again no scores for either but you can't have everything.

Ho


Sept. 21, 2012
Ho
Topic: Tournaments
Discussion: ISA World/Northeast Championship Results

They have been posted (the final standings, no scores)on the tournament web page, down at the bottom of the pages.

Ho
Sept. 8, 2012
Ho
Topic: General and miscellaneous
Discussion: "PRO" Softball late 1970's & early 1980's

The AMERICAN PROFESSIONAL SLOW PITCH LEAGUE (APSPL) began with 12 teams in 1977 and played through 1980. In 1981-1982 the UNITED PROFESSIONAL SOFTBALL LEAGUE (UPSL) was in existance.

Looks like a beer and pizza league with team names being DETROIT (LITTLE) CEASARS; MILWUAKKE SCHLITZ, CINCINNATTI SUDS; KY BOURBONS, etc.

You can go to the web page:
http://www.angelfire.com/sd/slopitch/pro.html
for more info on the teams and some players.

Ho
Sept. 8, 2012
Ho
Topic: Tournaments
Discussion: Dalton results

Friday's results (scores)are up also...also on the News site the results of all tournaments with the names of the all teams entered are mentioned.

Ho
Sept. 3, 2012
Ho
Topic: General and miscellaneous
Discussion: dalton ga

The SPA schedules for the 50's, 60's and 70's are up tonight (Monday)

Ho
Sept. 2, 2012
Ho
Topic: Bats
Discussion: What makes it a "Senior" bat???

Shelbyville (36 teams) and THEE Buckeye Classic (77) were full..DAYTON (32), SYLVANIA(36)and COLUMBUS (40) could have taken a few more. As I mentioned, all five were AA and AAA events.

Ho
Sept. 2, 2012
Ho
Topic: Bats
Discussion: What makes it a "Senior" bat???

Gary:

I can give you five tournaments who turned down teams, they were DAYTON FIRST FLIGHT; THEE BUCKEYE CLASSIC; HEART OF OHIO; SYLVANIA and HOOSIER CLASSIC.

Teams were turned down for various resaons but mainly ratings.

Ho
Aug. 27, 2012
Ho
Topic: Tournaments
Discussion: Cape May

tHE 75'S HAVE BEEN PLAYING AT Barberton,Ohio (12 TEAMS); Columbus, Ohio (7 teams); Shelbyville,Indiana (6) and DAYTON, OHIO (5). None of the other 41 qualifiers and non-Worlds in the Mid-West and Mid-East drew more than Three.

Rememberv that in 2013.

Ho
Aug. 22, 2012
Ho
Topic: General and miscellaneous
Discussion: non tournament players

I can understand your problem..been there, done that.

I am sure there are others on this board who also have gone through the change from baseball and fast pitch to slow pitch and also have swung those table leg 38-0z...If not they do not know what they missed.

Ho
Aug. 22, 2012
Ho
Topic: General and miscellaneous
Discussion: non tournament players

He probably had been doing it for awhile. I saw a guy who played minor A ball (penn/N.Y. League)try to make the switch when playing his first slow pitch game. He struck out three times ...throw his bat into the woods and I never saw hime again.

It isn't easy to make the adjustment right away...your hands are always ahead of your hips. Does make you a good opposite field hitters as you tend to try and hold back your swing.

Ho
Aug. 22, 2012
Ho
Topic: General and miscellaneous
Discussion: non tournament players

Baseball and fast pitch about the same...do you remember the first time you swung at a ball in slowpitch after playing baseball? I thought I was going to break my back when I made the switch from fast pitch.

I was using one of those old HOWARD FURNITURE silver lead pipe 38 oz and I couldn't stop my swing.

I'm sure you probably had the same experience.

Ho
Aug. 22, 2012
Ho
Topic: General and miscellaneous
Discussion: non tournament players

Wouldn't have that many teams in OHIO...we have to push to draw 77 for THEE Buckeye Classic each year.

The neat thing about the SSUSA tournament in VEGAS drawing 400 + teams 9/28-10/7 is the HUNTSMAN GAMES in ST. GEORGE will draw 350+ in the following 10/8-10/20 span.

That is over 800 senior softball players taking part in two tournments played back-to-back.

Speaks pretty highly of both organizations SSUSA and HUNTSMAN to put together world tournaments like this.

I would be nearly 200 of the teams playing in VEGAS will also be makingb the trip to ST.GEORGE the following week to play.

Ho

Question for SWING for THE FENCES, how long did you play fast pitch softball before you switched to slow pitch. Sounds like you were a pretty active player in your younger days. I made the switch at "45", game got too fast for me.
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