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Discussion: I D cards and guest players

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June 18, 2011
joeplumeri
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I D cards and guest players
Hi.. Tinman or anyone know how I get these other ID cards in case I get a chance to play in any senior tournaments. I do have the Senior Softball USA National ID card, but don't I need 2 or 3 others? Also, what are the rules for getting guest players on your team for a National? Can these players go anywhere and play? I'm looking for someone to fly me to Honolulu to play as a guest, I promise to bat 800.Seriously, though, how does this work? I would like to put my services out there in case a team has an injury, needs help, or a player. If I bat 5 times usuall I get around 4 hits.

PLUM
June 19, 2011
tinman
Men's 50
75 posts
Joe,I have your answers and will call you
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