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Discussion: Looking for an Indiana team
|Jan. 5, 2007|
|Looking for an Indiana team|
Soon to be 58 looking for a 55 Major team in central Indiana. Have played for the past 39 yrs in Bloomington-- most of the time with guys 20+ younger than me. Can still clear the fences with ASA bats. Been catcher for the last 16yr-- but can play OF. Just lookin for a chance.......
|Jan. 5, 2007|
|If you want to call me at work next week, I can pass your information on to the 55 majors in Indy. The number is 317-510-6310. Our team is AA which is not what you are looking for. I am real familiar with Twin Lakes and Cascades down in Bloomington. The Indy tournament is in May; so if you do not hook up with anything before then, you might want to come up just to meet the teams from Indiana and the surrounding states. Good luck.|
|March 5, 2007|
Our Fossils 60 team may need a couple of players to play at the 60 AAA level. Team is based out of Iowa/Ill (you know us already) do you know of anyone interested in competitive 60 ball? Must be willing to travel to at least 2 national tournaments.
We do not have big sponsorship money so we have to pay our own way.
|March 6, 2007|
|Mike, I will keep my ears open for you. Our guys are mostly 58 - 59; so we will probably be following you to 60 in a couple of years. Our teams are probably the one that has been the biggest challenge to each of our respective teams over the years. It would be nice if we could find a way over the summer to meet up and play a best two out of three without all of the formality that we ran into last year in Champaign. |
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