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Discussion: How many active 50 major plus teams

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Sept. 14, 2005
Lecak
Men's 55
1012 posts
How many active 50 major plus teams
Just for my point of reference how many active 50 major plus teams are there in the country. What tournament had the most teams participating.
Thanks
Sept. 14, 2005
MK39
Men's 50
333 posts
Lecak
Kelly's Sports and we will play 4 worlds in 2006.
Des Moines had 12 teams which was a mix of Major and Major Plus this year.
The USSSA we went to only had 5 this year which was down from10 last year.??
My schedule for 2006 so far has 3 of the 4 for sure.
They will be
ASA in Burlington
USSSA in ???
NSA Southeast somewhere
4th depends on who changes the rules in favor of Ca. and Fl. as far as opening the borders and we will choose from those left for that 4th event.
The more 50 Major Plus teams that join us at these 4 events the better.
Hope that helps.
Thanks
Mike Kelly
Kelly's Sports 50 Major Plus
Sept. 15, 2005
jah#4
Men's 55
551 posts
there are some in the south Miken/ Old south ,the Ga./Fla. Crush, Al Estse, Hollis, that somes to mind. There was only 7 Major + teams in the SPA world this year
Sept. 15, 2005
Bat-Heater
Men's 50
64 posts
Try this link. It may help.

http://www.softballrating.com/ratings.php?division=50
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