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Real name:
curt snow

Location:
west warren, MA

Division:
Men's 60

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June 26, 2013
curty
Topic: General and miscellaneous
Discussion: SSUSA Player Hannington/ Bay State Bombers 55 Bill Curry Dies in Ireland

We cannot say enough about the character and spirit Billy displayed. A great teammate,friend,and person. We never did get to race- but that was the point. Hope you get on a good team @ Pearly Gates Field.
March 14, 2013
curty
Topic: General and miscellaneous
Discussion: strange play

the runner was outside the baseline, however the throw hit the bat inside the line as it was in his left hand. This should not affect the call as he was already out and only about 1/2 way to first base. The double play would have ended the inning. The offensive team was allowed the run that scored on the play and then scored twice more. They went on to win by 1 run.
March 9, 2013
curty
Topic: General and miscellaneous
Discussion: strange play

the scenario: runners on second and third, no outs. ground ball is fielded by second baseman, throws to first for the out, then first basemen throws toward home to complete double play BUT the throw hits the bat of the batter/runner going to first carrying his bat, about halfway to first. Whats the proper call?
Feb. 11, 2013
curty
Topic: Rules of the game
Discussion: Substitute runner for the batter

In our league the runner must start behind the catcher.

Feb. 4, 2013
curty
Topic: General and miscellaneous
Discussion: Player Ratings

i play in this league and we have some unusal circumstances. we are in new england- which means a limited number of players. our league is spread out over a large area, with teams playing home and away series, often 50 to 75 miles apart. This leads to players wanting to play with their "home boys," mostly because of travel requirements- read car pooling. The other issue is that tournament players like to play together as much as possible, for obvious reasons. We have a short season, very small player pool, limited facilities and tight schedule so keeping teams interested is important to keep the league going. Most teams pick players from the closly surronding areas, and we have 2 divisions of play- one for older and less athletic players, so there are opportunities for any one interested. Drafting is not in the best interest of the league because players don't like to "travel" to their home field, especially if it's distant. I may have been one of the players that Fred complains about, but after 2 undefeated seasons I chose to go to another- hometown- team to play with guys I know. I don't have an answer to this but for sure it SHOULD be about playing.
Nov. 16, 2012
curty
Topic: Rules of the game
Discussion: pitching screens

we use a screen in our local league and any ball that hits any part of it is a foul ball and treated like any foul ball i.e. on third strike it is an out. Thrown ball is live. Screen is placed in front of the mound not more than 6 inches to either side. pitcher must adhere to current pitching rules.We use this for senior & co-ed. I have not heard a single complaint.

Oct. 30, 2012
curty
Topic: Players looking to join a team
Discussion: Looking for Central Mass over 50 league

I remember!! That in itself is amazing. Check with big John for teams and league play, as he is playing with the younger guys( 50,55) I'm now doing 60 and soon 65. Good luck and b well!
Oct. 29, 2012
curty
Topic: Players looking to join a team
Discussion: Looking for Central Mass over 50 league

there are several options available: Western Mass Relics, Ludlow Fish & Game field, plays most week day evenings. Check their web site: wmassrelics.com. Eastern Mass has a weekday league that travels, with 3 divisions, depending on age and skill level: emass-seniorsoftball.com. They have a division that plays week ends, as does Rhode Island ( sunday mornings). We may have a senior team playing in with the young guys @ Palmer,Ma. @ Crossroads Sports Bar week nites next season. If I can be of any assistance call me- Curty- 774 200 6907

July 5, 2012
curty
Topic: Women's softball
Discussion: Womens Tourney- Palmer,Ma 7/21,22

now have 4-40+, 2-50+, 1-55+, 3-60+, looking to fill out the brackets soon.Currently 1 day,(sat) Call Curty 413 436 5399 or 774 200 6907.
June 25, 2012
curty
Topic: General and miscellaneous
Discussion: Womens Tourney- Palmer,Ma 7/21,22

Still accepting teams for the Womens Tourney @ Palmer, Mass., July 21,22. This is a combination SSUSA, Mass. Senior Olympics and USSSA event. We will have a 35+ division along with the 40,50 55, & 60's. Accomodations close by @ Sturbridge, Ma. BBQ for players, 3gg minimum, FUN for all. Call Curty-774 200 6907
June 25, 2012
curty
Topic: General and miscellaneous
Discussion: Palmer, Mass., Womens tourney 7/21

Currently looking @ 5-40+, 3-50+, 2-60+ for our July 21+22,2012 Tourney @ Palmer, Ma. @ Crossroads. Includes a BBQ for players. Some players needed and more teams are always welcome! Great accomodations @ Sturbridge, Ma. only 8 mi from complex. Call Curty 774 200 6907.
May 25, 2012
curty
Topic: General and miscellaneous
Discussion: new england Senior Womens Tourney

MARK YOUR CALENDER- July 21,22, 2012- Palmer,Mass. 3gg, 35+ (usssa), 40,50,55,60,65. This is a combo tourney- Mass. Senior Games, SSUSA Qualifier, National Senior Olympics Qualifier, and a great time. $275, includes BBQ, plaques, medals,trophies!! Call Curty @ 774 200 6907 or 413 436 5399. SSUSA rules.
May 1, 2012
curty
Topic: General and miscellaneous
Discussion: palmer,ma. tourney

Womens Tourney@ Palmer, Mass. , for 35,40,45,50,55,60,65. 35+ is USSSA, all others are SSUSA and Senior Olympics qualifier. Dates are July 21,22,2012. BBQ for players. Contact Curt Snow @ 7742006907 or 413 4365399. Individual players may be placed on appropriate teams as needed.
March 18, 2012
curty
Topic: Bats
Discussion: Composite Bats

hey, I had the opportunity to play against the " undefeated Steele's "team around 1990 or so and those guys were all huge, in shape, porfessional players and they could have hit'em out with a broomstick!! Just sayin'
Dec. 8, 2011
curty
Topic: General and miscellaneous
Discussion: courtesy runners

in my original post, I suggest an alternative to the current rule and nobody has addressed it?
Dec. 5, 2011
curty
Topic: General and miscellaneous
Discussion: courtesy runners

I think that this is a rule that can and sometimes is abused. In a recent tourney, I witnessed a team that used 3 courtesy runners every inning, that were not playing defense nor batting. While they used other runners also, these 3 fella's only ran. My team was on the first base side, so these guys came to our dugout at the end of their defensive inning so as to be prepared. This was within the scope of the rule. Of course they were all fast and knowledgable on the bases. The real asset they provided was fresher legs and arms ( fatigue comes in other forms also)at the plate and on defense, especially at the end of a Tourney. I commend the coach for finding guys to do this!! However, my interpretation of the intent of the rule is not to gain an advantage, but to keep players in the game longer career wise. If a player is injured, do what we can to help him play, but if he can run in the out field he should be able to run bases. We all use the rule to our advantage, myself included, to go with a faster guy in situations. I would like to see the rule be modified to read that courtesy runners come from the line up players. This would include EH. I believe this might get more batters, EH's, in the game at strategic spots, so as to run for another player. But also treat the team with 20 players equal to the team that plays 10 or 11 guys when we get to Sunday, where fatigue from length of service comes into play.If defensive players are running for others, a good coach will be more restrictive of runners, prefering to keep all healthy. My version might read: Courtesy runner must be someone in the active line up, including all defensive players that have have been removed from the game. I realise that a shifty coach will figure out a way around it. Any one else?
Dec. 5, 2011
curty
Topic: Tournaments
Discussion: TOC 2012

we had a "senior Baystate Bombers- now 60+ guys, that won @ the first 3 T.O.C.. I believe I am the only player to play on both teams, with 5 appearances. Great fun and a really good format, especially considering the extra curricular activities.
Oct. 24, 2011
curty
Topic: General and miscellaneous
Discussion: 55AAA results worlds

bombers beat Titans in the if game after Titans outlasted a very tough and game Drillers to get to the finals.
Oct. 20, 2011
curty
Topic: General and miscellaneous
Discussion: lews crew

Sorry to hear that. condolences to all involved from the Curty Lo's teams.
Oct. 19, 2011
curty
Topic: General and miscellaneous
Discussion: lews crew

any update on the coach that was hit by a drunk driver in Phoenix?. I believe he is the coach of a womens team called lews crew.
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