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Discussion: Nor Cal 50 Plus

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Feb. 3, 2009
critter
Men's 50
4 posts
Nor Cal 50 Plus
51 year old outfielder looking for a team. Played 50 seniors in 2008. Previous team has dis-banded. Looking for a team to commit.

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Feb. 3, 2009
angus73
Men's 50
97 posts
critter: who did you play for last year ? Also do you play in any senior leagues during the week. Great place to gather more info. about teams.
Feb. 4, 2009
critter
Men's 50
4 posts
Played for a nor cal major plus team, first year in seniors. Still play leagues with the kids.
Feb. 4, 2009
Lecak
Men's 55
1006 posts
You have two active major teams in your area the East Bay Oldies and MTC 50 team, for tournaments. Didn't some of your ex team go to East Bay?
Feb. 4, 2009
angus73
Men's 50
97 posts
I heard that Cleary ( MAC II ) wasn't going to field a team.

Played against East Bay last year in Pleasanton and saw a few guys from Mac and Sal from Seacrest.
Feb. 4, 2009
critter
Men's 50
4 posts
Some to East Bay, some to a new team called 5 Spot. Not sure what MTC is doing. Have no ego will play Major or even AAA once reclass is ok'd.
Feb. 4, 2009
Lecak
Men's 55
1006 posts
I don't believe you will be able to play AAA, it would be major or M+. There are a couple of SOCAL teams and an Oregon team if you go to the ratings tab above and click on 50's then sort by rating it will tell you who is playing, there are a number of the major teams not playing this year. Clear with Sacramento about your ability to play AAA. Like you stated your universe might expand once the reratings take place. Do you require money help because that really makes a difference?
Feb. 4, 2009
critter
Men's 50
4 posts
You're right for SSUSA, that's why the requested re-class. NCSSA I'm ok. Playing local with occassional travel is fine.

Funds are more than adaquate.
Feb. 4, 2009
Rich707
Men's 50
4 posts
Hope i can add to the thread: Relative new guy here- 51 yo here looking for League play/ Touneys on a regular basis. Located in Concord -- can travel Bay area & N Ca. Currently playing in younger leagues still, more interested in Seniors. Line drive/ single hitter. Positions played include 3rd/ 2nd/1st and OF. Thanks.
Feb. 4, 2009
Rich707
Men's 50
4 posts
Hope i can add to the thread: Relative new guy here- 51 yo here looking for League play/ Touneys on a regular basis. Located in Concord -- can travel Bay area & N Ca. Currently playing in younger leagues still, more interested in Seniors. Line drive/ single hitter. Positions played include 3rd/ 2nd/1st and OF. Thanks.
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