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Discussion: What level?

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Aug. 10, 2010
mark3a
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What level?
I have never played or seen an over 50 game. I played A during my prime playing years. This year I played for a very competitive D team to start the year and have spent the last couple of months as the 12th player for a B-C team. I am 51 and I may leave the younger game. What level of Senior softball should I be looking for?
Aug. 10, 2010
BruceinGa
Men's 60
2667 posts
It will probably depend on the rest of your team. I've seen great players on AAA as well as AA teams. You would probably fit in with AAA, Major or Major Plus.
You should check out a senior tournament near you and judge for yourself.
Lately the Major division has had many teams. There are some AAA teams you may enjoy playing with. With Major Plus there aren't usually more than 2 or 3 teams in most tournaments, with the exception of some nationals.
Good luck!
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