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Discussion: Will be 50 next year...
|May 2, 2008|
|Will be 50 next year...|
Hi my name is John Manning, Im deaf and am an avid softball player although I havent played in quite a few years...I will be moving to California probably in Fontana and is looking for a team to play in the 50 plus league and tourneys...would stay with a team to practice but not participate til I get to be 50..I played shortstop and outfield, used to played in a/aa in Texas called Team Southwest...that was few years ago..so I would like to get back to the actions which I loved, but if I couldnt possible get a team to play, I will probably form a 50+ deaf players to play in the competitive leagues...give me a shout and what shall I do and who to contact once I get to move to Fontana, California...thanks so much and keep on softballing, playas!!!!
|May 2, 2008|
|Hi John. Your hearing condition would be a great asset for becoming an umpire, but if you insist on playing e-mail me at firstname.lastname@example.org and I can point you in the right direction for league and tournament play in SoCal.|
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