http://www.mikensports.com/

 
SIGN IN:   Password     »Sign up

Message board   »Message Board home    »Sign-in or register to get started

Online now: 1 member: MsNike25; 62 anonymous
Change topic:

Discussion: Mike Phillips looking for a team

Posted Discussion
Jan. 13, 2012
Michael
Men's 55
18 posts
Mike Phillips looking for a team
My name is Mike Phillips and I'm looking for a team. Played in 2010 for Double Edge 60 Major. Did not play in 2011 for a variety of reasons. Line drive hitter with occasional power. Can play 3rd, OF etc. Can play 55AAA, 60 AAA, 60 Major. Southern California area (Ventura County). If interested call 805-231-1224 or email qpasa1@aol.com.
Jan. 13, 2012
DMac
Men's 60
185 posts
Glad to see you back in action Mike. To teams looking: Mike is a good player but an even better person. He will be an asset to any team he plays on.
Jan. 13, 2012
Jano23
Men's 50
95 posts
I totally agree with DMac. Mike is a great person and a very good player.
Jan. 14, 2012
OTE24
Men's 65
122 posts
Great guy, great team mate,DMac is dead on about Mike.
Good luck ,Mike. John
Jan. 16, 2012
Duke
Men's 60
695 posts
Hey Mike, Good to see you looking to get back into tournaments. One of the all time nice guys and team mates and very good player. Let me know what team you end up on.

Andy Smith,
55 Major
Jan. 16, 2012
Bomber #7
Men's 60
62 posts
Wouldn't Mike be a Major or Major+ because last known team was a Major World Champion in SSUSA? Thought Major+ player could not pay on a AAA team. Has this been changed for 2012?
Jan. 17, 2012
Duke
Men's 60
695 posts
Bomber#7, Under the rules that you are correct about, Mike would have been considered a 60 Major Plus player the first year. but not the second year. In the second year, he is considered a 65 Major Plus player, because he is so OLD. LOL! In his first year year after winning the Worlds, he could play in all of the divisions above, except 60 AAA. The second year, he can play on a 60 AAA team, but will be considered an impact player for that team. In conjuction with that, he is not considered an impact player for a 60 Major team in his second year. We had 3 players in that same situation.

Andy Smith,
55 Major
Jan. 17, 2012
Bomber #7
Men's 60
62 posts
Andy, thanks for the clarification. Didn't know about year 2 change of rules. Much appreciated.
Jan. 17, 2012
Duke
Men's 60
695 posts
Bomber#7, Year 2 did not have a change of rules, but a change to Mike's personal situation, because of his change in his age bracket by qualifying for the 65's.

Andy Smith,
55 Major
Sign-in to reply or add to a discussion or post your own message and start a new discussion. If you don't have a message board account, please register for a free nickname. It will only take a moment.
Senior Softball-USA
Phone: (916) 326-5303
Fax: (916) 326-5304
2701 K Street, Suite 101A
Sacramento, CA 95816
Send us e-mail
Senior Softball-USA is dedicated to informing and uniting the Senior Softball Players of America and the World. Senior Softball-USA sanctions tournaments and championships, registers players, writes the rulebook, publishes Senior Softball-USA News, hosts International Softball Tours and promotes Senior Softball throughout the world. More than 1.5 million men and women over 40 play Senior Softball in the United States today. »SSUSA History  »Privacy policy

Follow us on Facebook

Partners