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Oct. 4, 2005
SoCal'er
Topic: General and miscellaneous
Discussion: RANKINGS

In the 55 div. they are under C.C. Blue or Grey
Oct. 1, 2005
SoCal'er
Topic: General and miscellaneous
Discussion: Info on a team

Thanks, everyone for the feed back. I've asked the T.D.'s to read these posts. We'll see what happens.
On Sept.30th there was an action taken by the ratings board, moving a 55 AAA team to Major after an investigation. So it seems the board is working. I think if players and mgrs give the board feedback on questionable teams they will look into them.
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Sept. 30, 2005
SoCal'er
Topic: General and miscellaneous
Discussion: Info on a team

Does anyone know of a team called Travel-Lodge out of Indiana? They are entered in the LVSSA 55aaa World. They don't seem to have a 55 ranking.
Sept. 23, 2005
SoCal'er
Topic: General and miscellaneous
Discussion: Tracking players and teams

There seems to be rules in place to MAKE teams enter a legal roster. I don't think the T.D.'s are turning a blind eye to it. If we can prove that they are then we should not play in their tournaments.
I've mentioned before about a data base of teams and players. Perhaps TD's need to hold to there registration deadlines. That should give them enough time to check their roster with that teams qualifying roster.
Why not make the entering team send a copy of there qualifying roster along with the roster for that tourney,these should all be on file anyway. Players entered on the roster could be tracked (w/data base) to see if they were on an upper division team. If they have to many you tell that teams mgr. you play up if you keep the players in question. With computers there is just no reason not to be able to track this stuff.
SoCal'er
Sept. 22, 2005
SoCal'er
Topic: General and miscellaneous
Discussion: Illegal Players!!

MK
If I get this correct, the 3 players mentioned must be 55. Played on your 50 M+ team. They must pretty dominate playing in the 55 division.
SoCal'er
Sept. 19, 2005
SoCal'er
Topic: Tournaments
Discussion: How many Worlds can 1 team win before having to move up to the next highest division

Gary,
they did when I played "young" ball, USSSA etc. Shouldn't just be Major + players though. I don't mean hanging a tag on them for ever, but at least the previous year.
SoCal'er
Sept. 19, 2005
SoCal'er
Topic: Tournaments
Discussion: How many Worlds can 1 team win before having to move up to the next highest division

How difficult could it be to establish a data base of all players in senior softball? They demand rosters at all events. They have the infoand records from the past, use it. Come up with a formula for how many players can return to a World Tournament roster ,regardless of team name. Example , if you have X amount of players on your roster that played on your team or anothers that won or finished 2nd in a World Tournament ,say Major, they must play in Major + Worlds the following year. This should cure the team name change that seems to confuse directors. Shouldn't be that hard for World Tournaments, they require the rosters way in advance.
I'd be interested in what the organizations think. SPA might be looking at 5, as the magic #.
SoCal'er

Aug. 24, 2005
SoCal'er
Topic: General and miscellaneous
Discussion: Protective screen

Tater,Lefty and Robo2,thansks for the input. It led me to Jugs, which I beleive is the same as what 2 of you recommended. They sell direct same price but better on the freight. JKPS PORTS.COM
Aug. 23, 2005
SoCal'er
Topic: General and miscellaneous
Discussion: Protective screen

This is my 3rd effort to post this, so hope I'm not repeating myself. I'm trying to find a quick portable screen to protect the BP pitcher. Anyone who knows a manf. of such a thing please let me know. I've looked at what the local stores have.
Aug. 3, 2005
SoCal'er
Topic: Rules of the game
Discussion: Need Snowbirds Response

Walk, I'm beginng to feel your pain. Have you asked team mgr's in your area to send letter's for you? If there fighting it then that makes it tougher, if they don't care then associations shouldn't either.AAA has a strict HR policy. How bad can you hurt the opposing team.I know your a great hitter,but you desrve to play. I wish you luck and I'll through in my two cents to SSUSA and SPA.
July 19, 2005
SoCal'er
Topic: Players looking to join a team
Discussion: so. west riverside county teams?

Tom, e-mail me @ gustolarry@msn.commaybe I can help you.
Jan. 7, 2005
SoCal'er
Topic: General and miscellaneous
Discussion: New Major and Major-Plus Regional Restrictions for 2005

Maybe,the organizations just don't care if there is a Major+ division. Let's face it it would make there life alot easier.
Jan. 3, 2005
SoCal'er
Topic: Players looking to join a team
Discussion: ***Men's 50 Softball***

55 next year, by any chance? If so e-mail me gustolarry@msn.com
Jan. 2, 2005
SoCal'er
Topic: Teams looking for players
Discussion: Looking for 55's shortstop.

must live in So.Calif.
Jan. 2, 2005
SoCal'er
Topic: Teams looking for players
Discussion: Looking for 55's shortstop.

Looking for someone who can play SS. We are a good established team trying to fill one spot. e-mail me at gustolarry@msn.com
Dec. 21, 2004
SoCal'er
Topic: Players looking to join a team
Discussion: tournament play

Hank(sjuhoops)might have a lead for you on a + type in Az. 58,I think. I know you were talking about 55's also. If your interested e-mail me at gustolarry@msn.com
Nov. 10, 2004
SoCal'er
Topic: Bats
Discussion: Bat Repair

Anyone have info on where I can send an Easton bat to be repaired. Something has come loose on the inside. It's old and out of warranty and they don't mfg.it any more. I tried Easton they won't.
Oct. 27, 2004
SoCal'er
Topic: Tournaments
Discussion: FYI-SPA National

Major + and Major July 15,-17th
AAA and AA Sept.15-18
Plano Texas
Oct. 20, 2004
SoCal'er
Topic: Tournaments
Discussion: 05' World's

Thanks Bruce,
I found out the Phoenix SSUSA,50 & 55's will be Oct 20-23.
Oct. 19, 2004
SoCal'er
Topic: Tournaments
Discussion: 05' World's

Anyone have any info on any of next years(05) worlds? Dates or locations.
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