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|Nov. 8, 2012|
|Looking to join a team|
Will turn 50 yrs old in 2013. Live in southern Indiana. Play outfield or catch. Good speed, good arm. Can hit for power and average. Have been playing with the youngsters until now. Would prefer to play with a travelling tourney team in either major or major+. If interested please post your contact info and info about your team.
Thanks to those who may respond.
This is being posted for a player wishing to get into senior softball.
|Nov. 11, 2012|
|Player25 what teams have you played for with the youngsters? There are several 50 and over teams that play in the area. I might be able to hook you up.|
|Nov. 12, 2012|
|hey player 25 give me a call 217-355-1516|
|Nov. 15, 2012|
|Gary33, Sorry to take so long to respond, I have been travelling.|
He played with the Winchell 35+ and 40+ teams in the late 90's and early 2000,s. He played with Doc's out of Sioux City, IA on their National champion team in early 2000,s. From 2002-2006, Tristate Easton out of Kentucky. They won the B state twice. He was the MVP at the McNair Classic. From 2007-2011, Icon out of Evansville. He has been named All-american several times in 35+ and 40 +.
Thanks for your interest. Hope this helps.
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