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Discussion: senior leagues in phoenix

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Aug. 23, 2009
RIK56
Men's 50
120 posts
senior leagues in phoenix
Relocating to mesa next week,looking for info on any senior leagues that play in the evening.All the leagues seem to play during the day,young senior still have to work.
Aug. 23, 2009
lazer larry
Men's 50
96 posts
men, if you don't grab this man your insane. I had the pleasure to play ball with him the last 4 years and i have had a blast. I love him like a brother. Theres not a better pitch/hitter that i have played with. He also can kill a few silver bullets with the best of them. Our lose is someone's fortune. From the whole Coors Light Team we will miss you and the best of luck to you, Char and the kids. Your friend and team mate for life. I hope we'll see you again. You a Champion. Richie just remember don't bet the aces and eights thats the dead mans hand. Lazer Larry Coors Light , send me your new # when you get it.
Aug. 23, 2009
breeze53
Men's 55
40 posts
Rik56, I think leagues do not start till October in Phoenix. It would be best if you call Dennis at 602-214-4292. Bob Farmer
Aug. 23, 2009
Dbax
Men's 60
1280 posts
RIK56
What position do you play and what level are you looking to play at?
Aug. 24, 2009
RIK56
Men's 50
120 posts
Thanks larry, all the coors light players and their wifes will always be family to me and char,remember i still have two kids and some grandkids still in st.louis so we will be back to visit.Dbax i pitch,and i think the rules say i cant play anything below major i'm on a major plus roster.
Aug. 24, 2009
Brett
Men's 55
239 posts
Richie is one of the best pitchers our team has had the pleasure of facing over the last several years. Good luck Richie.....from your friends and adversaries - the KC Barons.
Aug. 24, 2009
lazer larry
Men's 50
96 posts
Guys, he pitched all the time for us in tourneys, but in league he plays anywhere on the diamond and does it well. The man is a softball whore. I mean that in a good way. Lazer Larry
Aug. 24, 2009
DD
Men's 60
75 posts
Rich-
The only senior league I'm aware of will begin in Surprise, AZ (west side, about 40 miles from Mesa) in October. There might be others, but I'm not aware of them...perhaps in Mesa, but they might be the day leagues you referred to.

As for tournament teams, there are several good ones...AZ FanGrabbers (50/M+), AZ Rogue (55/M+), Tucson Bandits (50/M); Chicano Cubs (55/M) and some others forming for next year.

Breeze 53 has left my phone # on an earlier reply to your initial post...perhaps you can share a contact email or phone # and I can call you to discuss other options.

Welcome to AZ...you'll enjoy playing here year round...most fields are top notch and the action is competitive. We need a few more teams, but we're working on that, too.
Aug. 24, 2009
hitnrun5
31 posts
RIK56,
Are you looking for a tournament team, and if so, what age bracket?
Aug. 25, 2009
RIK56
Men's 50
120 posts
Thanks for the replys,my email is rik5663146@yahoo.com. Right now i'm just looking for a couple leagues to play in until i get settled in,would like to get on a tournment team but dont want to commit to anyone until i know i can make the tournments,i'm 53 so have to play 50 for 1 more year.
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