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Discussion: Indy Tourney
|Feb. 26, 2004|
I would like to know how many teams are going to the Indy Tourney on May 1 @ 2. How are the fields?
|Feb. 27, 2004|
|The Indy tournament has grown every year. Last year there were 32 teams. Almost half of those were 50 teams, so Tim was nice enough to break it into three divisions. There are six diamonds, and it is the nicest complex that I have been to in the Midwest. I do have a little bit of a bias as it is my home park, but we were delighted when Bill (Indy FOG) was able to get Tim (Midwest Sports Complex) and Rick (SSWC) together for this event. Tim has been kind enough to let me work with the umpires each year because as we all know most umpires are not as familiar with our rules as we are, and I really believe it helps to give them that kind of support to give us as teams what we expect. If you have specific questions about the park or tournament, you can call Midwest at 317-875-8833. They also have a website at www.midwestsportscomplex.com. If you have any questions about the area or just want to talk softball, feel free to call me at work during the day at 317-510-3435.|
|Feb. 27, 2004|
|E Mens 55|
Thanks for all the info, Nancy.
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