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Discussion: Brickyard Game Times

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May 4, 2006
Nancy Allen
Men's 55
612 posts
Brickyard Game Times
You can call the office at Midwest for your game times. The number is 317-875-8833.
May 4, 2006
rick46204
Men's 55
4 posts
Nancy-- Do you know how many 55 teams will be there on Sat?
May 4, 2006
Nancy Allen
Men's 55
612 posts
There are twelve teams total. I believe 5 in the upper and 7 in the lower.
May 4, 2006
Nancy Allen
Men's 55
612 posts
Can the following teams contact Midwest for their game times? Indy Bits and Pieces, Midwest Senior Softball Club, Michigan Express, Midwest ATPs, Indiana Legends/Webb Auto, Stafford Sales, and Cleveland 65s.
May 4, 2006
Nancy Allen
Men's 55
612 posts
Gary, they show Vern Carr as the manager, and Midwest is still looking for him to call in for his game times. Thanks.
May 7, 2006
mdf
Men's 50
10 posts
Can anyone tell me who came it first and second in both AA and AAA at the Brickyard this last weekend.
May 8, 2006
Nancy Allen
Men's 55
612 posts
Midwest will be sending me over all the results hopefully today. I will post the winner and runner-up of each division after I have that. I remember results of a couple but not all of the divisions. It was a wonderful weekend with the great weather. It was good seeing all of the teams. What touched me the most was the Millers team from Michigan. I had asked about Bob Denny who passed away a couple of months ago, and they shared memories. Later that night Charlie Miller fell out in their dugout and went to the hospital. When I talked to the gentlemen from Millers Sunday morning, they told me that he had a heart attack and was recovering in the hospital but should probably be able to go home. Their spirits were still positive. They are truly a class act. I have known this team for a few years, and I only hope that our team is this active at 65+ age.
May 9, 2006
Jimmy # 7
28 posts
In the future a map should be opened and the local teams play the early games..Less distance Early Games..The wait in between games was ROUGH...And NO WATER AT THE FIELD'S..But the WIND was FREE..There were some good teams and ALOT of GOOD PLAY'S at the tourney..I hope all the tourney's are that competitive..Jimmy#7
May 9, 2006
Gene22
Men's 55
78 posts
The weather was great, but you have to go to a gas station for a map and water must not have been in the budget.
May 9, 2006
Gene22
Men's 55
78 posts
That perk was lost for the teams that played on the back diamonds (5&6) during a game, but thanks for your insite of the park lay-out. Did you use to work at Disney World. Just kidding.
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