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Discussion: Aro Glass Clubbers moving to 60's

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Nov. 15, 2010
local
122 posts
Aro Glass Clubbers moving to 60's
We are moving up to AAA 60's next year. We are looking for a couple of outfielders/ good guys.
Nov. 24, 2010
wolfin42
Men's 55
32 posts
I have played 60 AAA the last three seasons with Fire One out of Kent Washington. I was released early this year due to a number of younger players moving up. Since I come from out of state I was let go. I play in the outfield my arm is not a rocket but still can throw well enough. I am not a power hitter but can hit gaps for extra bases. I live in eastern Idaho and will travel to tournaments. If this is the same ARO Glass team which Don plays for he will know me and should atest me as a team player. My email is dharvey1122@cableone.net
Nov. 24, 2010
JamesLG
296 posts

Hi Folks:

I was on this squad this year and had a great time and won a lot of games. They know how to play the game the right way and still have a ton of fun. I highly recommend anybody looking to contact this club.

Thanks:

James
Nov. 25, 2010
ShaneV
Men's 55
381 posts
To all the 55-59's left behind, here's
hoping a new Northwest 55AAA team comes
together with the best of the rest!
I'm not going to be the one to make it
happen but I will support it every way
I can.
Nov. 25, 2010
local
122 posts
Come on Shane look at all the fun you would miss if you didn't do all the work! Your a great organizer. Just so there is no misunderstanding. The 5 guys on last years ARO team that are not moving up to 60's encouraged us to move up to 60's with their blessing. I think they got tired of running for us all the time :). They are all great players and better people.
Nov. 26, 2010
ShaneV
Men's 55
381 posts
I nominate James! It will certainly
take some work but I believe there are
more than enough 55-59's looking for a
team in our area. I just want to play
and enjoy the game for at least a
couple seasons. And I will not be
critical of anyone willing to manage.
I'll just do my job and keep my mouth
shut and support my teammates. I
suspect it can be difficult to go back
to being just a player after managing
and winning for a few years. Someone
told me I have baggage as a result.
Not if I can help it!
Nov. 26, 2010
JamesLG
296 posts
Shane:

If I had the time I would very much like to put a team together and you would be welcome. The Aro group will be hard to beat but I am going to have fun wherever I go. You did a very good job coaching the past few years but the last year I just think you were stuck in a no win situation.
This Aro club should be playing 60's thes year and they will do well. i wish them all the best.
I may play on a 50's league team and 55's tourney team.
Thanks:

James
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