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June 6, 2013
JC13
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NEED HELP
I AM LOOKING TO START A NEW MENS 50 AND OVER SLOW PITCH LEAGUE, ( WOODEN BATS) ? I have put together league rules and I in the process of securing fields for next year. The fields would be in the ABE area. I don't have any experience doing this, the reason for the league is this, their is not enough senior leagues in the area. I am tired playing with the young kids. If anyone has any ideas on how to operate or run a league I would appreciate the help. If you know of any players or teams that would be interested please forward this post to them. I am thinking wood bats for the simple reason makes the games very competitive for all teams, and also thinking about a descent ball to use. All teams must have at least a team shirt or complete uniforms will decide on this at a later date. Double headers at least once a week or maybe twice a week not sure on how many games for the year, possibly have a tournament at the end of the schedule. Let me know your thoughts and ideas, also let me know if you are interested....
Thanks,
JC
June 6, 2013
taits
Men's 65
4387 posts
You might look into the school district fields as well. Could be cheaper too. Some in my area have ample area for even long ball hitters as well as decent fields. That's what we did.
Might think about which days leagues in your area are playing and try to work around that, which might be hard cause here they play 7 days a week somewhere near by.
Good luck.

June 6, 2013
taits
Men's 65
4387 posts
One thing, why do you show 3 different emails?
June 6, 2013
JC13
7 posts
Not sure how it happened, I was looking into my profile could not see them. Hope it doesn't cause any problems. BTW, thanks for input. Would you be interested in playing? Do you know of any players or teams that would be interested? Thanks....
June 7, 2013
taits
Men's 65
4387 posts
Not in profile, 'twas in your 1st 3 posts, all different.
Your a bit too far if in PA, as in one of your posting.
Try to place info, like where, when, times and contact info, ie Name too, when you get it all worked out. Or you may never get it off the work sheet.
Good luck.
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