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Discussion: IA outfielder looking to play 65 or 60 ball in Ft Myers and/or Phoenix Winter tournaments

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Sept. 26, 2012
FridayNite
Men's 60
6 posts
IA outfielder looking to play 65 or 60 ball in Ft Myers and/or Phoenix Winter tournaments
My 60 team is not going to either Ft Myers or Phoenix for the November tournaments.
I love playing softball and would go to either or both of these winter tournaments.
I can play either 60 or 65 age groups(I'll be 66 in October). Play outfield, any of the outfield positions.
Sept. 26, 2012
pug
142 posts
Call me ay 217-355-1516 R
Sept. 30, 2012
FridayNite
Men's 60
6 posts
pug, I see you are a 50 AAA team, I play 60 AAA hoping to play 65. What is your team name? How many players do you have?
Sept. 30, 2012
pug
142 posts
We have 11 players as we talk but if you play alot of games out there your going to need bodies. We are Twin City Movers. At least be on the roster and play both. They will let us pick up older players, shouldnt be a big deal. Randy
Oct. 15, 2012
T.Burk
48 posts
FridayNite -I am taking a 65+ team (Mid America Legends) to Ft Myers. We are a Missouri based AAA team and have a 60 AAA also called the Mid America Legends that will be a part of what we do. If you have an interest in going to Ft Myers to see who and what we are, let me know (Tim Burkindine daddy_burk@hotmail.com)
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