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Sept. 10, 2012
4leaf
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The 60 major + AZ team that was looking for an infielder, an outfielder and a pitcher, has completed the search. Thank you for your inquiries.
Sept. 14, 2012
TwinMotors
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I am sorry I was not able to respond earlier to this posting. For some reason the site would not recognize any of my information, so I could not get in to answer the posting until today. Frustrating, as I am very interested in finding a team to play on in AZ. We recently purchased a second home in Scottsdale. I am retired, and my wife works in the airline industry, so travel to and from Scottsdale is very fluid. Though it is too late for this opportunity, I would very much appreciate any information regarding other teams looking for players in the Phoenix area.
I am 61 years old. I did not play last year. However I do have extensive playing experience prior to last summer. I most recently played major plus with Ruth Realty (55's) in Seattle. I also played with the Oregon Masters out of Portland, Oregon, seasons previous to that (50's and 55's). I've played on three world championship teams, and have been an All-American twice (ASA). I played on a team that won the major level gold medal at the 2008 Huntsman Games. Though I consider myself an excellent pitcher, I've played almost exclusively in the outfield as I run well. I was a lead-off hitter on every team I've played for (except in St. George). My lifetime batting average is legitimately somewhere between 700 and 750. This is all in the form of an informal resume serving to show that I've played well at a high level. Again, I am sorry to have missed the initial posting as it would have been a good fit. I am most interested in playing on a traveling team, the level not crucial, though I would like to play at least AAA 60's if possible. I am a low-keyed yet competitive player looking for a new opportunity. Any forwarding of my name to other teams needing players in your area would be greatly appreciated. Thanks!
Sept. 14, 2012
hitnrun5
31 posts
We are a 55 major team out of the Phoenix area. We will be hitting at 7:30am at Yavapai Park in Scottsdale on Sunday. The park is located at Miller and Roosevelt. You are welcome to come and join us as are any others looking to hit before the worlds. We are looking for an outfielder for next season with the possibility of playing 60's.
Oct. 1, 2012
surf88
Men's 60
868 posts
Twin: please contact John Reid at (505) 975-5207 or jjreid05@msn.com.
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