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|Oct. 24, 2011|
We had thirty (30) Mens 60s AAA teams in our division, games on Saturday started at 7:30 A.M. Our team (Lonestar Pickups) played at 10:30 A.M. on Saturday. With that many teams in one (1) division, we should play at two (2) locations until Sunday. By Playing at two (2) locations the Saturday's games would start at 8:30 A.M. or later.
|Oct. 24, 2011|
|Couldn't agree more. We played the late game on Friday. Got out of there about 10:30. Our game on Saturday didn't finish until after 11:00 PM. The winner (not us) had to play the following morning at 0800hrs. Maybe when we were older, early 20's, we could do this but were younger now (Byrds) and have a hard time. We played a team that started at 0730 and their last game started at 2230hrs. |
Also there was water at the fields but at least one of the fountains in the dugouts did not work very well.
Very good umpires !
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