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Discussion: Florida TOC

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Nov. 20, 2007
shoeless
22 posts
Florida TOC
Ballplayer interested in Florida TOC Tournament during February. I am a 57 year old, 235 pound, 6 3 better than average first baseman. Average at third base. Home run power, but inconsistent. Slower than average speed. Sponsorship is not required, but will be gladly accepted. Can also assume limited uniform costs. No expectation of playing time. Awards include All-Tournament recognition in the following locations, years, and positions; (1) 2002, Oil Capital, Oklahoma Mudcats, 50 AAA, 3rd Base (2) 2005, SPA Nationals, Texas, Oklahoma Outlaws, 50 AA, 1st Base (3) 2006, SPA All-American Classic, Texas, Dallas Freeman Auto group, 55 AA, 1st Base (4) 2007, SPA, Oil Capital Classic, Oklahoma Outlaws, 50 AAA, 1st Base. I know other interested players with similar or better credentials. Their ages are 52 (1st Base), 53 (2nd Base), 56 (SS), 57 (P/EH), and 60 (3rd Base/SS), psbydesign@cox.net or (918) 808-4082.
Nov. 20, 2007
Gary Heifner
248 posts
I would also like to play in the TOC. However, my team didn't do the job and qualify. Unless you have found a clever way around it, I believe that you have to have been on the roster when a team won an event to qualify. You would be an illegal player.
Nov. 21, 2007
southpaw
Men's 60
733 posts
Hey Shoeless, where do you and the other guys reside? Please reference my ad: 50/over AAA team. Southpaw
Nov. 21, 2007
shoeless
22 posts
Tulsa, OK, Southpaw

Gary, I think the rules allow it as long as you have at least 6 from the original roster.
Nov. 21, 2007
DesertGuy
Men's 60
224 posts
shoeless- There's actually a link on the home page here under the TOC area where they explain last year's rules for adding players. I haven't looked at it in a while, but I seem to remember it was pretty tight on what a team could do for that tournament. You might want to take a look at it and see if it fits for you.
Nov. 21, 2007
smooth01
Men's 50
121 posts
I believe if you have to add players ,they have to be from the next age division up ,If you qualified with the 50 division, you would have to pick up from the 55 division within the same class, Not sure ,but that is how I read it.
Nov. 24, 2007
bashbro1
Men's 60
266 posts
Florida TOC Player Parody

Ballplayer interested in Florida TOC Tournament during February. I am a 62-year-old, 235 pound, 5 7 overweight less than average first baseman, below average at third base and terrible outfielder. Can catch but have no arm back to the pitcher.

No Home run power whatsoever, but Im consistent. Slower than the slowest guy on any team. Sponsorship is required and Ill accept nothing less. Cannot incur any other costs such as uniforms, bats, airfare, hotel food and water. Big expectation of playing time, I dont sit and hit if you know what I mean. No awards to speak of but Ive only been playing for 12 years!

Please contact me if I fit the bill on your Major Plus squad.

Bashbro1
Nov. 25, 2007
Poodle
1 posts
Looking for someplace to play softball this winter in Fort Myers. Can anyone tell me where there are pick up games for seniors or a league.
Nov. 27, 2007
JOHN BOB
Men's 60
76 posts
How many 55 Major teams are planning to go to TOC Feb 2008. Our Jim & Joes team is trying to get enough players to go,but have a couple maybe having off season surgery, but would like info on motels etc
Nov. 28, 2007
tg69
307 posts
to john bob.where is jim and joes located?
Nov. 28, 2007
JOHN BOB
Men's 60
76 posts
tg69,we are from Louisville,Ky. If we are able to go to TOC it will be the 1st time playing in Feb for me, I'm usually Rabbit hunting
Nov. 28, 2007
tg69
307 posts
john bob.im in the paducah area,i might be able to play some if you need one.never played senior ball before.still play with the young guys.
Nov. 29, 2007
JOHN BOB
Men's 60
76 posts
tg69 you are 3 hours away, we are a local league team. We are playing 55's in 2008 then moving to 60's. If you want sent me a email with you phone #,age & position's you play to www.jtcoffsenior6@insightbb.com
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