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Sept. 29, 2014
Topic: General and miscellaneous
Discussion: Vegas/new session/travel mess?

Here's one. All-In 50 AAA (finished 0-5) had 4 guys scheduled to arrive in Las Vegas @ 8:45 AM Monday (plenty of time to make a 10:30 start). When our flight was cancelled, we immediately rebooked a flight to LA & a connecting flight Las Vegas. When that flight was cancelled we rebooked to fly-out Saturday, when that flight was cancelled, our team had already been eliminated. Oh yeah, our bags miraculously made it Vegas, so we to had make a third trip to the airport to pick them up. All-In competed in every game with just 9 players.
Sept. 8, 2014
Topic: General and miscellaneous
Discussion: Vegas - Session 1

Something needs to be done to jump start this division! Looks like the same teams that participated in 2012 & 2013. Only 1 new team this year (MN Lumberjacks), 2 teams moved up to AAA (All-In/Blue Chips & Hawaiians). The Las Vegas tournament participation rate (21%)is pretty similar to the rest of the 50's Men's division.
Aug. 7, 2013
Topic: Tournaments
Discussion: windy city tournament

FYI - In the 50's "Silver Division" the Chicago Classic Panthers have 2 games at 11:00 AM.
June 15, 2012
Topic: Bats
Discussion: New to 50's - Can I use a "senior" bat ?

New to Senior Softball- I plan on playing in Shawnee, KS next month. My question is can I use a senior bat (I'll be playing in the 50's division)one of teamates said the "senior" bats are only for 55+ . Thanks!
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