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Discussion: tournament teams
|Jan. 29, 2008|
I'm new to senior softball,I'm a pitcher looking to play on a tournament team in the Reno the area. I hit the ball well,good shape, I'm not into drinking and smoking,I don't want to play on that type of team,thanks for your input Rev.
|Jan. 29, 2008|
|I played in over 110 games last season,might be willing to travel,just wanted to add to my post thanks Rev.|
|Jan. 30, 2008|
|I think it would help if we knew more, like age bracket, position played, etc. If 60's contact me; firstname.lastname@example.org|
|Jan. 31, 2008|
|Sorry guys,I'm 50 ,I pitch and also play any where in the infield,I'm looking to play on an upper level team,I can hit the ball out at any time,I go with the pitch. I don't like to talk to much about how I play,but I can back up what I've said, Thanks Rev.|
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