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Discussion: LOOKING FOR MENS 50+ OVER TEAM.

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June 22, 2010
ffup29
1 posts
LOOKING FOR MENS 50+ OVER TEAM.

HAVE PLAYED WITH AAA/MAJOR TEAMS FOR 2YEARS.AS AND OUTFIELDER/INFIELDER CAN PITCH IF NEEDED.CAN BAT IN ANY POSITION.

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June 22, 2010
Jawood
Men's 50
790 posts
You need to include your area so teams will know if you are in their "bordering states".
June 23, 2010
VINNY LV
Men's 50
178 posts
Question.. if you live in Nevada can you play for Cali. team ??????
June 23, 2010
salio2k
Men's 60
548 posts
Only until the Winter Worlds.
June 24, 2010
VINNY LV
Men's 50
178 posts
so starting after Nov. is when new rule goes into play ??????? what about playn for other states around the area of Nevada ??????
June 25, 2010
DoubleL10
Men's 65
811 posts
VINNY LV, After 11/1/2010, California (and Florida) will be closed. Nevada and Arizona residents (and other bordering states to CA) will not be allowed to play on California teams. If you live in Nevada, you can play for bordering states except CA.
June 26, 2010
BruceinGa
Men's 60
2640 posts
Closed borders for SSUSA. As for the rest of the associations, who knows. I predict this will push guys in California, Florida and their neighboring states to play more tournaments in associations that still go by the present regulations.
June 26, 2010
sjuhoops
123 posts
Larry This new rule that goes into effect in Nov. actually affects THREE players here in Nevada. WE have a 50 55 60 65 and a 70 team here in Las Vegas. From these teams we have a total of THREE guys who play Maj+ with Cal teams. One is 60 and two are 65. We have been playing in SSUSA since we turned 50. Next year we will be playing in all associations as a Cal team as we are doing this year. Did I mention that this new rule affects THREE players. If I missed someone I apologize. We want to continue to play Maj+ and we will not have that opportunity. To us it just doesn't make any sense. It hurts the surrounding states more than it hurts Cali. Hope to see you next month in Dalton

Hank C
June 26, 2010
turn2
484 posts
Hank,
Who are you playing with in Dalton? See you there.
Donnie
Turn Two
June 26, 2010
DoubleL10
Men's 65
811 posts
Hank, I probably know all three guys. What about the whole GSF team, though? I believe the sponsor is based in California but most of the team is from Arizona. Won't they be blocked from playing on a CA team OR will the CA players be blocked from playing on a team with mostly AZ players?

In any event, I will be in Dalton with the Texas 60s Major team. I'll be looking you and the rest of the Omen guys up.
June 26, 2010
sjuhoops
123 posts
Hey Donnie. I will be with the Omen team. Looking forward to seeing you and all the guys. Larry. GSF is mostly az nv and a few so cal. I know it will affect them also. With so few maj+ teams as it is maybe SSUSA will grandfather in a few of the Cali guys and 3 guys here so we can all. continue to compete against. each other.I can understand starting with say the youngest group but for this to happen to guys that have played together and against one another for 10 to 15 years doesn't make sense. See you in Dalton.
June 27, 2010
FOFO
Men's 50
170 posts
I can see using the new rule in the 50 and 55's, but it would make sense to allow 60 and above division teams to draw players from where ever they can, as there are fewer players to draw from.
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