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Discussion: RANKINGS

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Oct. 4, 2005
Red del
Men's 55
34 posts
RANKINGS
Why do we not see rankings for any of the Chicago Classic Teams...just curious
Oct. 4, 2005
SoCal'er
68 posts
In the 55 div. they are under C.C. Blue or Grey
Oct. 5, 2005
JTS2
Men's 55
88 posts
Maybe the ranking committee are as confused about the Chicago teams as I am. I just hope they don't run out of colors.
Oct. 5, 2005
juicebaily
Men's 50
17 posts
I just checked and every Classic team is on the list, it is just abbreviated as C.C.
Oct. 5, 2005
Red del
Men's 55
34 posts
The team in question is Chicago Classics Red..which is entered in the Phoenix tournanment as AAA..In the the Rankings they are a Major..just curious
Oct. 5, 2005
Red del
Men's 55
34 posts
this is the 50AAA
Oct. 5, 2005
softballer
Men's 55
560 posts
C.C. Red/JC Painting of Park Ridge Chicago IL Major April 27, 2005
Oct. 5, 2005
Red del
Men's 55
34 posts
My point exactly...SSUSA rankings mean what then?
Oct. 5, 2005
Bob50
Men's 60
239 posts
My name of Bob Schulz. I have played with the Chicago Classics Red 50's for the past four years. My reply relates to our team. We are a Major team and have been for the past two years. We started this year in Ft. Myers with a roster of 15 players and that roster has not changed all year. We have not changed our name except to add a sponsors name which added confusion early in the year to myself also. We have not played in AAA for the past two years and would not wish to since we believe we are a Major team. Are you sure you are looking at the 50's and maybe confusing us with our 55's team which are also called Chicago Classics Red?
Oct. 5, 2005
Red del
Men's 55
34 posts
Bob...I stand corrected.. I was looking at the 55's..Thanks
Oct. 5, 2005
Bob50
Men's 60
239 posts
No problem. Your welcome.
Oct. 6, 2005
Robo2
222 posts
Bob50, I have played against you guys this year. You have a very good team. Consistent hitters top to bottom. I believe you will be playing Major + next year and will be competitive there as well. Good Luck in Phoenix, but I hope we beat you.
Oct. 6, 2005
Bob50
Men's 60
239 posts
Robo2, Good luck to you and all the other teams. It looks like we will have a nice tournout for the 50 Major division. What team do you play with? Look me up. I play first base--#50.
Oct. 6, 2005
Robo2
222 posts
This year I play with Sweet Construction - #2. In prior years I played with Promotion. My position moves around (pitcher; third; right; etc.) anywhere they can try to hide me. Hope the tournament comes off as well as expected.
Oct. 6, 2005
SoCal'er
68 posts
I'm cofused, I don't see a C.C. Red in the 55's. Only Blue(Major) and Gray(aa). I know Blue is in Phoenix and they are playing Major.
Oct. 6, 2005
Bob50
Men's 60
239 posts
So Cal'er, You're right there is still confusion. We have six teams in our club split between 3 age divisions with a total of about 100+/- players. I do not have every answer for each team. Last year our Chicago Classics Red 55's team played AAA. Some of the players from that team now play on the Chicago Classics Blue 55's and they are playing Major (I believe). I hope this helps. I can answer any specific questions that relate to my team--Chicago Classics Red 50's. Hope this helps. What is the name of your team so I know who is asking.
Bob Schulz
Oct. 7, 2005
Gary Heifner
248 posts
I play on the Chicago Classics 60s White. One of the 6 teams. We won the 60AA in Vegas last year. We lost several guys but the remaining 15 from last year's team have moved up to AAA this year. We added 3 guys from the other 60AAA team at the start of the season so each team has about 18 men and it helped balance out playing time for all. For those of you who think the Classics try and load up a team, the players on each 60 team pretty much chose which they would like to play on and each team has guys who have been playing 16" and 12" together for decades.
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