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Discussion: Tournament of Champions, Florida

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Dec. 21, 2009
slwptch
Men's 60
3 posts
Tournament of Champions, Florida
I would love to join a team for the upcoming Tournament of Champions to be held Feb 12 - 14th. I am primarily a pitcher, but I can play almost any position. I still have my speed. I would be interested in either the 55 or 60 bracket.
Thanks
Dec. 22, 2009
jimjoes-gman
Men's 55
80 posts
Is that possible?Do they allow pickups?Good Question.
Dec. 22, 2009
kbl
Men's 60
529 posts
jimjoes-gman--look at the top of bage and click on TOC rosters and rules. ken
Dec. 22, 2009
kbl
Men's 60
529 posts
look under tournaments first--click on rules and then PDF for TOC rules(sorry). ken
Dec. 22, 2009
taits
Men's 65
4387 posts
You may luck out with the exceptions to the exceptions, exceptions rule. Its a popular tournament to try to get into.
Don't think I'd count on it especially if you didn't qualify with a team. It's in the book.
Dec. 22, 2009
SLOBALL1
Men's 50
173 posts
I notice that Kayson's grille is listed both 50AAA and 50 Major.Are there two different Kayson teams or are they listed incorrectly in one of the Divisions?
Dec. 22, 2009
Gary Heifner
248 posts
If teams were allowed to add anyone who was not a part of the team that actually won to qualify, the RING whores would load up with ringers and destroy the purpose and integrity of the tourney. In fact, if a team was caught sneaking in ringers to this special event, all should be banded for LIFE.
Dec. 22, 2009
taits
Men's 65
4387 posts
Chances are they won at both levels which gives them a good chance to play major and M+ rather than 3A. Given the history of moving teams around to fill brackets. Final bracketing should be interesting.
Good luck to all that go.
Merry Christmas.
Stay healthy from now to then at least.








Dec. 23, 2009
BruceinGa
Men's 60
2664 posts
Sloball1, I play with the 50 Kayson team (as well for their league team). I'll try to explain why two teams. For the past 3 or 4 years they have been known as Sidelines Grille or Kayson's Grille and played AAA. I wanted to play with them when my 60 M+ team wasn't playing but couldn't because of my being a M+ player. This past year there have been several very good players that have recently turned 50, and a few that are older, so they decided to move most of the 55+ guys to the Kayson's 55's and keep the rest on the 50's team. By the way, the 50 team won't be sponsored by or called Kayson's. We haven't decided on a team name as of yet.
We are planning on playing in the SSAA Winter Worlds in Savannah in January. I'm hoping for some warm weather.
I'm not on their roster for the TOC but I'll be there playing on my 60 team.
Merry Christmas
Bruce
Dec. 23, 2009
monty25
Men's 55
96 posts
softball 1 We won the spr. nat. as an aaa team, just before ISA nat. we were bomped to Maj., Won the ISA without our entire team ,so the tourn. dir listed us as a majteam and awarded Chicago Prim the berth in AAA .We will be playing in the AAA with the team that won the spring Nat. hope that clears matters. for 2010 we will be playing Maj. due to the victories and the addition of Bruce and mike and possiblly one more strong player. later monty25
Dec. 24, 2009
monty25
Men's 55
96 posts
forgot to state that don ward also joined up with us.
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