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Discussion: 60's Very Competitive Major Team Looking for Players

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Sept. 4, 2009
wazoo
Men's 65
95 posts
60's Very Competitive Major Team Looking for Players
Birmingham 60's Major team looking for two more players.Your recruitable if your state touches Alabama with the exception of main land Florida,only the Pan Handle is recruitable.Will play SPA,ISA,ASA & SSWC Nationals.Will be attending Oct 2-4 2009 Pensacola Tournament.Call 800-964-6275 & ask for Tom.
Sept. 4, 2009
BruceinGa
Men's 60
2665 posts
Tom, to the best of my knowledge you can now pick up players from all of Fl. I think that rule was changed about 3 years ago.
What class will you be playing?
Sept. 4, 2009
wazoo
Men's 65
95 posts
Bruce,we are playing major.Dan Beard,Mike Jackson & Three of Gore's players that could not move up to the 65's our a few playing.I need outfielders but I will take any good competitive player.I'm presently have eleven.
Sept. 7, 2009
starburst23
Men's 60
44 posts
Are you looking for players for the remainder of this season or for next season? Wondering if Dan used to play for Faith Electric? If so I played with him for 2 years, played first and outfield....
Sept. 7, 2009
BruceinGa
Men's 60
2665 posts
Yes, Dan played with Faith.
Sept. 7, 2009
wazoo
Men's 65
95 posts
I need players for 2010 which will start with the SPA winter national in Pensacola Oct.2009. SPA allows your 2010 roster starting with this tournament.Starburst23 give me a call for more details 800-964-6275 it rings at my home.
Sept. 9, 2009
beachbum
Men's 50
23 posts
"SPA allows your 2010 roster starting with this tournament"
If I play with one team in the Pensacola tournament, Does this commit me to that team for 2010?
I planned on playing with another team starting in March 2010. Will I have to get a release from that team?
Sept. 9, 2009
wazoo
Men's 65
95 posts
Yes,And you can ask for a release up to June 15 but they don't have to release you. For a coach to add new names to their roster theirs a $35.00 fee. Thats why its critical to max out all your 20 names allowed on your SPA roster.
Sept. 9, 2009
wazoo
Men's 65
95 posts
You can be on Two rosters if your playing down in the lower age group. Example,a 55 year old can be on a 50's roster & a 55's roster also.
Sept. 9, 2009
beachbum
Men's 50
23 posts
Thanks Wazoo
I like the idea of playing in both the 50's and 55's. That maybe my answer. I guess we will just see how things go for now.
Sept. 10, 2009
starburst23
Men's 60
44 posts
Tom, I haven't called you because I live in North Carolina and I am sorry to say we don't border Alabama. If you would could you please tell Dan Beard, Richie from NC said hello...Thanks
Sept. 10, 2009
wazoo
Men's 65
95 posts
Richie,Dan return your greeting,I moved from Charlotte to B'Ham in 1982,hope to meet you in Pensacola.
Sept. 14, 2009
Paul P
Men's 65
44 posts
Tom: Hard hitting natural 1st baseman, bats left, throws left, and, most importantly, can run for himself!!! Live in Ocala, Fl, would like to play in Pensacola, if needed.
Sept. 14, 2009
Paul P
Men's 65
44 posts
You can email direct at PPreu@aol.com, have been all tournament in every event played this year, dont want to stop now!!!
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