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Real name:
Phillip Cobbs

Location:
Granada Hills, CA

Division:
Men's 60

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June 15, 2013
Sweet P
Topic: Players looking to join a team
Discussion: 80-years young, looking for a team

Looking to join a 75/80 division tournament team. Played last year with a 80 major team (Kids). I live in Burbank, CA. I can be reached at (818)434-0271.

Wilber Centeno
May 17, 2013
Sweet P
Topic: Tournaments
Discussion: Rock - n Reno

Wow,

Just noticed that 'zero' 60-age group teams are signed up to play in Reno. Must be a type-O. If not I,m glad West Coast All-stars decided not to attend.

Phillip
March 25, 2013
Sweet P
Topic: General and miscellaneous
Discussion: Please send you thoughts and prayers... for the RUDY FLORES FAMILY...

My condolences go out to the Flores family.

Phillip
West Coast Allstars
Feb. 18, 2013
Sweet P
Topic: Tournaments
Discussion: March 2 & 3rd, Hemet tournament - Who's Playing in the 60 Division

West Coast Allstars 60-major will be playing in Hemet, March 2 and 3. Who else plans on playing?

Phillip
Feb. 13, 2013
Sweet P
Topic: General and miscellaneous
Discussion: Memorial Service for Sal Silva (D&K)

The correct date is: Friday, 2/22/2013.
Feb. 12, 2013
Sweet P
Topic: General and miscellaneous
Discussion: Memorial Service for Sal Silva (D&K)

A memorial service for Sal Silva (D&K)wll be held on Friday, 2/21/2013 at 10:00AM at St. Finbar's Church, 2010 W. Olive, Burbank, CA 91506.
Jan. 29, 2013
Sweet P
Topic: General and miscellaneous
Discussion: Sal Silva Passed Away 1/28/2013

Sal Silva from So. California (D & K, NCI and Burbank/Glendale softball leagues , ...) one of our fellow senior softball players passed away last night from Lou Gehrig's disease.

Sal was a regular participant in senior tournaments and Glendale/Burbank softball leagues. Sal always had a smile and encouraging words for anyone he encountered. He was also a regular contributor to this message board and an expert on the latest softball bats and gear.

I will personally miss his friendly smile, great personality and my conversations with him. He left us way to early, but I feel sure he will be an all star on the big Guys team above.

As of this posting funeral arrangements are pending.

Please include Sal's family in your prayers.

Phillip Cobbs,
West Coast Allstars
Jan. 28, 2013
Sweet P
Topic: Tournaments
Discussion: Who's Playing Palm Springs in the 60-division Feb. 16 & 19

What teams are going to Palm Springs in the 60-divison Feb. 16 & 18. West Coast All Stars 60-Major will be there.

Phillip
Jan. 2, 2013
Sweet P
Topic: Tournaments
Discussion: Menifee Tournament Jan. 12 & 13,

Andy, what's the name of your new 60-Major team and is McElroy playing with you? I think aour Tuesday team plays Thousand Oaks next week, I may come out and play.

Phillip
Dec. 28, 2012
Sweet P
Topic: Tournaments
Discussion: Menifee Tournament Jan. 12 & 13,

What 60-Major teams will be playing in Menifee, Jan. 12 & 13? West Coast allstars will be their.

Phillip
Aug. 16, 2012
Sweet P
Topic: General and miscellaneous
Discussion: Prayer: Joe DelaTorre Is In A Tough Fight

Softball Players,

Joe DelaTorre from So. California (Road Dogs, D & K, Doubleplay and, ...) one of our fellow senior softball players is in the fight of his life against cancer.

Joe recently went thru surgery and is currently undergoing Chemo.

Please include Joe in your prayers.

Phillip Cobbs,
West Coast Allstars/Full Circle


March 7, 2012
Sweet P
Topic: Tournaments
Discussion: Oxnard, CA Tournament April 14 & 15.

What 60-teams are going to Oxnard, CA April 14 & 15? Full Circle 60-Major will be their.
Feb. 2, 2012
Sweet P
Topic: General and miscellaneous
Discussion: What should a healthy senior program look like?

Tim,

I personally would prefer to see documented rules/guidelines for determing roster composition and for how/when teams are moved down/up. The frequest use of arbitrary decisions by senior softball exec's has left a number of teams with a bad impression of the process.

Tim, your idea of limiting the number of players that can return to a team that wins a world tournament, might increase the number of teams willing to move to Major Plus and their chances of being competitive.

I think all your suggestions have merit. Hopefully they will be considered by senior softball.



Phillip,

Full Circle/ West Coast Allstars
Jan. 23, 2012
Sweet P
Topic: Tournaments
Discussion: Palm Springs Tournament Feb 18 & 19.

Full Circle, 60-Major will be playing in Palm Springs on Feb. 18 & 19 (for info call Vicki Oltean, 760-323-8277). Who else is going?
Dec. 23, 2011
Sweet P
Topic: Tournaments
Discussion: Which 60 teams are going to Hemet Jan 7&8

Full Circle 60-Major will be in Menife.
Dec. 7, 2011
Sweet P
Topic: General and miscellaneous
Discussion: JAN. 2012 HELP

Ron,

Give me a call regarding which tournament you guys will be playing (818) 831-7874.

Phillip
Dec. 7, 2011
Sweet P
Topic: General and miscellaneous
Discussion: JAN. 2012 HELP

Ron,

How r u, I understand its been a little cold their in Arizona.

Looks like both Marv and Donnie are having tournaments on the same day and in the same city (Hemet). All this does is dilute the number of teams and level of competition. I wish the tournament directors would think more about the teams and having full/competitive events versus scheduling events on the same dates.

See you in Hemet,

Phillip
Nov. 11, 2011
Sweet P
Topic: General and miscellaneous
Discussion: Ratings on team in championship game

SSUSA Staff, why was the LVSSA World tournament (now part of SSUSA) excluded from the list of championship events which result in winning teams being automatically moved up? I would think any team winning a world tournament with more than 6-teams in a division would be moved up also!
Sept. 12, 2011
Sweet P
Topic: General and miscellaneous
Discussion: B.A.S.A. WORLD TOURNAMENT

I also played in this tournament this past weekend with teamates Billy Steel, Steve Imlay and Ron Danowski, who just happen to be non-black and several other top players. As Ron stated the BASA had over 270 teams in various divisions, including senior divisions with some of the top senior players in the nation participating including non-black players. What Ron Danowski and Ron Chenier were attempting to start a discussion on, is how can the BASA organization have a world touranment for just $375 per team and give away such a 'GREAT' prize package: bat bags, monogrammed windbreakers, watches and rings for 15 players on the winning team. Even the second place teams received bat bags and batting gloves. One thing that was also important to us is that the tourament director worked with the out of state teams to ensure they had a late start and that the tourament ended early on Sunday to accomodate Sunday flights. This meant that most of us working people didn't have to miss work on Thursday or Monday. Hopefully some of our other senior associations will talk with Mr. Hurcel Ivey from BASA about how they are able to keep tourament cost so low and give away such great prize packages.

Thanks Vice fot the shirts, tournament fee and bats and more importantly congratulations to you, Ron, Dave and the rest of the guys on winning your division.

Phillip
West Coast allstars
Feb. 23, 2011
Sweet P
Topic: Tournaments
Discussion: A ?

Curveball,
U are correct, Ultra II's were allowed at BLD Cathedral City and Chino Hills last year. Per Nate Hines, they will also be allowed at ASA senior tournaments again this season at BLD parks. Nate has a few 1-day ASA senior events scheduled at BLD this season (check the ASA website).

Phillip Cobbs
West Coast
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