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Discussion: would players come to arkansas

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Aug. 1, 2009
balco
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78 posts
would players come to arkansas
if i put together a super draft format would you guys attend. i dont want to plan this if there is not interest.
Aug. 1, 2009
taits
Men's 65
4403 posts
Like so many post on here, you give no relevant info to even consider this.
If you mean OPEN rosters (like Huntsman) rather than something for, say football, just say so.
But I for one would not, too far, & for what, who knows.
I don't think you can ask, w\o those who may be interested, knowing all the pertinent info up front. You can't plan for what you can not expect either.
Good luck in your quest here, and team search, aspirations.
Aug. 1, 2009
balco
Men's 50
78 posts
taits, i did not put a lot about the tournament because most posts that are not for this assoication get deleted. i kept it vague for that reason. i just want to do something for guys who want to play and have a team but wants to play against different players or someone who does not have a team and would like to play. thanks bro, positive stuff is what we need.
Aug. 1, 2009
taits
Men's 65
4403 posts
Discussions take on different meanings to different people. None of us think totally alike.
We may well agree on much of what is said, but all 100%, I doubt it.
Positive is good. Neg can be as well, depending on how used or viewed.
Good luck.
Aug. 1, 2009
mad dog
Men's 65
3958 posts
hey dave where are you at in arkie(this is bob,3ber from dalton last yr)wouldn't be a bad idea if ya could get 44-55 people to do it.that would give you 4-5 teams.draft style tourney's can be fun as you state by being able to play with different people.
Aug. 1, 2009
balco
Men's 50
78 posts
mad dog my man, i am in the little rock area. i would not care where the tournament would beheld, texas, here, mo.,ok, i just thought it would give some folks that are not getting to play a chance and then guys who are on a team could branch out and play as well. just some thoughts. softball is chiking its self off, with prices being so high for travel, the tournament associations need to make it more player friendly. tournament fees are high then u have to pay your membership dues, younger players dont have to pay to be part of utip or asa, the team pays a sanction fee and thts it. less home runs every year, the major teams and major plusdon t want to show up and be placed in a tournament where AA is playing and not be able to hit. i hear this all the time.
Aug. 2, 2009
CSinc
Men's 50
13 posts
I would be interested in something like this, giving the time and place worked out. I attended a Mohr softball board "get together" years back, and it sound like this may be what your looking at. I do know it was a great time and we got to meet a lot of great people/softball lovers like ourselves. I think it's worth looking into.
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