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Discussion: Books on Adult Slowpitch

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May 24, 2007
danhughes
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Books on Adult Slowpitch
Why are there so few books available about slowpitch softball for adults?

Several million people enjoy the sport, and there is a lot of traffic on the softball internet sites, but very little written material is out there.

Jim Ramsey's book (http://www.softballbook.com/) and my book (http://danhughesbooks.com) are about all I can find (not counting a few "drink beer in the dugout"-type books).

And no books at all for seniors? Or am I just not looking in the right places?

Do you think a book about senior softball would sell?

Thanks,

---Dan
May 24, 2007
sbsoftball
6 posts
We all no there isn't anything that a book can tell us that we already don't no/know I forget which.
May 24, 2007
Fred Scerra
Men's 80
542 posts
When Jim Ramsey's book first came out (which I thought was great) I suggested to him that he should include a Senior Softball section in the book. He said he would look into putting it in the 2nd edition but I don't know if he ever did.

There are enough differences especially pitching to a plate/mat to warrant at leas 1 chapter on Senior Softball
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