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Discussion: Texas League/Practice

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Sept. 11, 2007
Hookslide
Men's 60
4 posts
Texas League/Practice
I will be in Aurora,TX from 29 Oct to 13 Jan and would like to join a league in the surrounding area. I will be playnig in the Phoenix, AZ World's 55 and 60 AAA Div's and from there going to TX.
I will be going to the TOC in FL in Feb and would like to get some swings in before going to TOC. If not a league I would be willing to just take some swings with a few guys. Thanks for any info.
Sept. 11, 2007
doker
Men's 60
168 posts
WHERE IS AURORA...WHAT LARGE CITY IS IT CLOSE TO..WE HAVE A LEAGUE IN AUSTIN AND THREE TRAVELING TEAMS...50AAA,55AAA,AND 60AAA.....DOKER37
Sept. 11, 2007
TexasTransplant
Men's 70
420 posts
Looks like you're somewhere north of Ft. Worth.

The two senior leagues this area are in Richardson (Breckenridge Park) and Irving (Trinity View Park). I know the season Richardson league ends at the end of October. I think the one in Irving probably does, too.

The winters aren't bad here, but there are enough cold nights in November -February that it's pretty hard to keep a league going.

There was some talk last year about a Texas Half Century organizaion that would play some tournaments in the winter, but I haven't heard anything lately.

Sometimes there are informal (do your own umpiring) get-to-gathers at Trinity View in the winter, but I don't know the status of those at this time.
Sept. 11, 2007
TexasTransplant
Men's 70
420 posts
That last post looks like Stoneman wrote it.:) Here it is again with spelling and grammer corrections.

Looks like you're somewhere north of Ft. Worth.

The two senior leagues in this area are in Richardson (Breckenridge Park) and Irving (Trinity View Park). I know the season for the Richardson league ends at the end of October. I think the one in Irving probably does, too.

The winters aren't bad here, but there are enough cold nights in November -February that it's pretty hard to keep a league going.

There was some talk last year about a Texas Half Century organization that would play some tournaments in the winter, but I haven't heard anything lately.

Sometimes there are informal (do your own umpiring) get-to-gathers at Trinity View in the winter, but I don't know the status of those at this time.
Sept. 11, 2007
Hookslide
Men's 60
4 posts
Mahalo to everyone for the info.

Hope to see you on the ball field.
Sept. 11, 2007
4x4
Men's 65
595 posts
Hookslide - just prior to the TOC is the Florida Classic Spring Training. It's 3 days long and you will get ALL the hitting you could ever want. Guys go from all over the US and there was even a fellow and his family there last year from Taiwan. It's a great time and players of all ages are there. Good folks, good food mixed in with a lot of good quality ballplayers & friendships new and old. If anybody is serious about BP before the TOC that's the answer. Hopefully we'll see you there.
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