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Discussion: playing for 2 teams

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July 31, 2008
billcoo
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playing for 2 teams
After reading my Sr softball news "crack down on players competing on 2 teams".I see a flaw...
You commit in the spring to a team that says they are going to play x number of tournaments...Then at the last minute they cancel going to 1/2 of them..Why should I have to sit home when I could go play with another team within my div??As long as my orignial team is not entered..
July 31, 2008
taits
Men's 65
4359 posts
Here is what TH wrote in an newspaper article ( Sppring edition 2007) about rosters relating to your question: answer:
Male palyers can be on more than 1 roster under the following conditions:
1. The teams have to be in different age brackets.
2.the teams must be within one skill level.
3. Players must inforn the managers of both teams tha they are on another team's roster.
Female players are not allowed to double- roster.

Kinda like a double standard....
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