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March 9, 2009
Dale
Men's 50
76 posts
Montgomery, Alabama
Any word on the teams and/or schedules for Montgomery, AL this weekend?
March 9, 2009
monty25
Men's 55
96 posts
Dale ,The people at Lagoon Park will post times on weds. @2:00 pm they would not say who was coming. you might want to give johnny andrews a call he had a list . 334-277-5918 later monty25
March 9, 2009
bulldawglost
Men's 60
27 posts
Rumor is about 35 teams with 8- 50s, 5-55s and 8-60s. I assume the rest are the 65s and 70s. M25 is correct to check with Johnny Andrews as he has a list of teams.
March 9, 2009
Lefty
Men's 65
483 posts
Dale monsters better bring their hitting shoes. Cause Monty has his yellow combat which makes him very hr dangerous and his Kaysons is much better than last year. A good hard hitting team. I finally got to get a little BP with Hargove this past Sunday. My timing was way off Sat. in the Birmingham tourneyment. Hitting that tee all winter. Didn't bat much in the 3 games. With 14 to 15 players it's hard get into a rythm. But I had a great time. We should have a pretty good team once we get a little hitting under our belts. See monty and you in Mongomery.
March 9, 2009
jah#4
Men's 55
551 posts
Monty
200pm they should think a little, Most of us in the 50 and 55 has to work and than drive, would be nice to have a little more planning
Don
March 10, 2009
monty25
Men's 55
96 posts
Iknow don,but the people at lagoon think in terms of small tourneys with local teams ,thats why i feel this tourney won't get any larger than it is. hope you and your teammates have a safe trip over. later monty25. p.s. lefty anybody could hit one out at greensprings (short fences) lol.
March 10, 2009
oneofeleven18
Men's 50
57 posts
jah4: The Mongtomery rec dept could care less if they ever had an adult tourney again. They prefer the girls fast pitch tourneys caused they can make more money. Lagoon Park built for adult softball and paid for by the tax money of adults who are ignored by the rec dept. A town the size of Montgomery with a large population of state gov'mt and air force retirees who could fill several senior teams in a senior league but the rec dept does not want to be bothered with the seniors. Don't move to Montgomery if you want to paly in a senior league. The senior guys who play
in a senior league either drive 85 miles north to Pelham or 90 miles east to Columbus, GA. It is pitiful. So managers don't expect any extra considerations this weekend.
March 10, 2009
misty23
Women's 40
12 posts
Hey Hitman where are you? Have you forgotten me? I was planning on being in Montgomery for the tourney but my team is playing in Atlanta. Sorry, as I won't get to see you, Monty, Jerry Mac, The Cuz, and several others. send me an email and I will will reveal my identity (Mistysunrise23@bellsouth.net).
March 10, 2009
bulldawglost
Men's 60
27 posts
Wow, oneofeleven, who do you play for in Montgomery or better , who are you? You are right about the senior players having to drive to one of those two towns. And, sending you email Misty since I don't have a clue who you are.

Shaping up to be a good opening tourney this weekend. We just hope the weather holds as there is a good chance of rain on Saturday at this time. Anyone need any info, leave your email on this post with your question.
March 10, 2009
hitman
Men's 65
306 posts
I'm here where are you???????
Played in BHAM this weekend and broke an Ultra II first at bat but then used one of the other 8 originals I have.
Now I'm disappointed you won't be there!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!1
Will send an e-mail!!!!!!!!!!!!
God Bless.
The Hitman #13
March 11, 2009
BruceinGa
Men's 60
2665 posts
This tournament is becomming the best early tournament in the SE. With Sportsplex, Kittrell's, the Pensacola Merchants and Kayson's Grill there should be some high scoring games. (I now I've left out some other good teams, sorry) I wish our team would play there!
Everyone have a safe weekend.
Bruce
March 11, 2009
AlleninGa
Men's 60
113 posts
Montgomery does look like it's shaping up to be a good tournament, I hope the weather holds out. I really look forward to the competition and seeing everyone again. The "TIME BANDITS" 60+ will be there.

Allen #10
March 11, 2009
Dale
Men's 50
76 posts
Go to lagoonparksoftball.com for schedule.
March 11, 2009
Lefty
Men's 65
483 posts
Don looks like Friday nite 7:00pm. I get to hit toward right field at the big Don Ward. It's been a few years since we have played on the same field. We probably want give ya'll much of a fight but I'm going to have a good time. It's not to often I get to play against a major+ team. They have us playing 4 games Friday. I guess we are going to get our monies worth. I'll get there a little early to watch some of my buddies play.
March 11, 2009
jah#4
Men's 55
551 posts
lefty
don't be picking on me this early in the year
Don
March 12, 2009
bulldawglost
Men's 60
27 posts
Everyone bring your rain gear. The local weather people are stating this morning that there is a 70% chance on Saturday. A 40% chance tomorrow. The outfields particularly near the fence will be soft and mushy with any rain as we have had quite a bit of rain this year.

Don: Lefty is looking forward to picking on everyone in RC & RF.
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