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Discussion: Forming Team-Kent RIver Dogs, Washington

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April 4, 2006
jackrabbit
4 posts
Forming Team-Kent RIver Dogs, Washington
I am forming a 50-55 team and need to fill all positions. Call Mike at 800-736-0518 24 hours a day.
April 5, 2006
wolfin42
Men's 55
32 posts
Will the team you are forming have a traveling squad. I 58 and have played Senior AA for the 2005 World Champs (Boise Lightning and Lumber). The teais moving up in class and is changing roster players for AAA type players. I'm willing to travel to play in tournaments. I live in Idaho which meets most of the associations requirements for this team. Can play either infield or outfield on both 50-55 team or on one of the age teams. I will play either AA or AAA.
April 9, 2006
jackrabbit
4 posts
David, thanks for the call. Yes, I do plan on touring the right team, but I need players committed to winning while having fun, not just weekend warriors. Reno & Vegas sounds good; hopefully we can get some real winners up from their lazyboys.
April 17, 2006
wolfin42
Men's 55
32 posts
I finally recevied my fate from my former team. I would like to play tournaments with a team I can play any position, but be aware some positions I haven't played as mush as others (mostly infield inexperence). I do have some power mostly gap hitter, still have reasonable speed. I'm a team player will help a team in any I can either offensive or defensive. My phone number is 208-529-1933 (home) or work 208-526-6544. My email is dharvey1122@cableone.net. I'm availablbe for anything at anytime.
April 19, 2006
hornachec
Men's 55
50 posts
will team be 55 or 50? what classification are you looking at major - AAA etc...
April 24, 2006
wolfin42
Men's 55
32 posts
Any updates for the team you are forming? I'm still interested in playing for your team. Let me know what is happening. Again my email address has been posted or I will catch up on this site. Thanks
May 2, 2006
jackrabbit
4 posts
I'm still learning this message board so please bear with me, but to answer hornachec's question, yes I'd lke to form a local team that wants to play wherever. David (wolfin42) wants to play in Reno or Vegas, but we have to earn a birth to go there. Call me at 206-251-7784...Mike.
May 2, 2006
wolfin42
Men's 55
32 posts
Jackrabbit, just to clarify, even though I would like to travel to the top senior tournaments, I also would travel to Washington or or other Northwest tournaments. I want to play some senior ball. There isn;t any in my area. And coming to your area to play gives you some confidence in my playing ability. Give me a call or an email if any od this is possible. Thanks
Aug. 19, 2006
Whitehawk
Men's 55
1 posts
are you still forming team? i'm retiring from coaching and playing in my current kirkland city league team after 15 years and looking for 50 and over team. 206-972-7257
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