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Discussion: 40+ Player Available for Phoenix

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Oct. 3, 2008
F.O.G.
Men's 40
105 posts
40+ Player Available for Phoenix
My team isn't going this year.

Contact me: oldschoolmasters@yahoo.com with your phone no. It will be worth your while.

Thanks, Mike Williams
Oct. 15, 2008
Govacho
Men's 40
12 posts
Look at FOG putting himself out there. If I would known sooner FOG I could have asked to pick you up.
Oct. 15, 2008
Ken
Men's 55
462 posts
Don't 40+ teams have to qualify their rosters like the rest of the seniors?
Oct. 15, 2008
taits
Men's 65
4334 posts
Ken,
Read few of tha last post FOG made, to give a distinct hint as to is going to have a say into that groups elidgability or teasm for that matter.
Oct. 15, 2008
F.O.G.
Men's 40
105 posts
Ken,

To answer your question, no...40+ teams do not have to qualify their rosters. The only roster check now is for Major List players. Any 40+ team who wishes to participate in the SSUSA Worlds Tournament need not play in any other SSUSA Qualifier to be eligible.

Govacho: Thanks. If I hadn't dislocated this shoulder 2 weeks ago...oh well.

Taits: I'm not sure what your reply means...and I hate to assume....but if you are saying that what happens in this division is all my decision, it is not. I simply help SSUSA organize the 40+ division. I do give suggestions and I may do some canvassing. I can assure you that the buck does not stop here.

Good day to all.
Oct. 15, 2008
taits
Men's 65
4334 posts
FOG,
Well you know what assuming is on occasion.
Referring to all the signatures.
Could have said read the rule section, but chose not to, which states as you did.
I believe there is actually more to that than just the rule but that's another story.
Oct. 15, 2008
Govacho
Men's 40
12 posts
WOW... FOG you get a little HEAT on here I see... MAN OH MAN I CANT WAIT TILL NEXT YEAR.... hahahaha
Oct. 15, 2008
taits
Men's 65
4334 posts
Govacho,
No heat, just questions w\answers.
He's no doubt young, and can take it I'm sure, anyhow..
As for the buck, FOG referred to, that is at the top of the "food chain".
I'd venture to say there is a team link there somewhere.
Oct. 15, 2008
F.O.G.
Men's 40
105 posts
Well, taits, you don't know me and I don't know you. I manage Old School Master's. I'm not sure which team you have or play for, but you make it a point to look me up. I'll be at the Spring Nationals.

I think you'll find once you talk to me face to face that I tell it like I see it and speak what I believe. No other motives here other than to make the 40+ division stronger. Anyone that knows me will vouch I'm sure.

With that, I wish you and your team lots of luck in Phoenix.

Mike Williams
40+ Director
Oct. 15, 2008
taits
Men's 65
4334 posts
FOG (Mike),
We have some things in common, the love of softball and those you mention about your self.
I currently have no team, Cruisers folded, therefore no plans on any specific tournament ahead. But I do like to meet those I communicate with when ever I am able, Would look forward to meeting you down the road. I hope to find a team for Vegas and the year ahead.
Oct. 20, 2008
Govacho
Men's 40
12 posts
traits, now worries brother. im just busting FOG's marbles...lol...
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