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Discussion: Colorado player exploring opportunities in adjoining states
|Dec. 18, 2007|
|Colorado player exploring opportunities in adjoining states|
The last two years I've played on the Scrap Iron Major Plus 60s team, a very good team having qualified for the TOC four times this year. I would like to see the team get better but some on the team wish to go the other way. Unless I get an exception to the rule so I can continue to play in Colorado, my only other option with the rules in place in SS USA is to seek a major or major plus team in an adjoining state. I'm a high on base % player, .700 + , play outfield, usually LC and still have good wheels at 62 years of age. Over the years I have made a number of all Tourney, American and World teams. I know there are major teams in NM, AZ and KS, maybe others. At this point, I'm trying to explore all options. Let me know if you might have a need for someone like me. My name is Greg Broeckelman. Email is email@example.com. Phone # is 719-622-8235.
|Dec. 19, 2007|
|Contact Ken Ikelman of the High Desert 60's they have been moved up to Majors and are looking for a few good players willing to travel and play competitve ball . His number is 505-291-0542. Cell 291-0477|
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