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, Jan. 27, 2010
sjuhoops
Topic: General and miscellaneous
Discussion: WHERE'S TURN TWO?

Donnie, This is Hank from Vegas. LVSSA had to change their dates due to closure of all fields i believe starting the day after the tourney ends for at least a month for seeding.
They had two choices change dates or cancel tourney.

Hank
, Dec. 27, 2009
sjuhoops
Topic: General and miscellaneous
Discussion: Ghost's of yesteryear.Where are you?

Thanks Ron. Played with NY Clippers and County Sports. Very Fortunate to play with the best ever(imho) Jim Galloway. Other County Sports players John Davide now with Turn Two, Gary Richter with Thermco. Lou Russo retired still living in the Bronx. Bob Sugerman and Bill Malloy playing senior league on Long Island. Sam Sapienza NY Statesmen founder and tremendous pitcher.
, Dec. 12, 2009
sjuhoops
Topic: Rules of the game
Discussion: Will hope SSUSA relax their stance for older Major Plus players

Thanks Joe. It would sure be nice to finish our remaining years playing major plus with and against guys we have gotten to know very well over the years. I would like to see at least the 60's and over be included. jmho
Still in sunny and COLD NY. Be back tonight. See you soon.

Hank C.
, Dec. 7, 2009
sjuhoops
Topic: General and miscellaneous
Discussion: Its Unanimous - The Best Senior Softball Players Are in California and Florida

Hey guys. I didnt mean to leave my arizona or Nor-cal friends out. At the Maj+ level this year both 60 and 65 were very competitive. The 65 Fla team won both lvssa and ssusa and there were some very close games competition was great. The 60's as BW stated turn2 won 2 big ones, GSF, MTC and Old A's won one. Again the best playing against the best. Whats the problem?
Thanks
Hank
, Dec. 7, 2009
sjuhoops
Topic: General and miscellaneous
Discussion: Its Unanimous - The Best Senior Softball Players Are in California and Florida

I also do not understand the decision to close cal. and fla. Two 65 yr. old players from las vegas want to play maj+. We had that ppportunity this year to play with a nor-cal team. That team has now disbanded and we will drop down to the 60 maj + this year to play against the best teams in the country. Come 2011 we will no longer be able to play with that cal. team according to the new rules. There are no 60 or 65 maj+ teams in las vegas to play with. There may be a 60 and 65 maj team but they will have played together this whole year and they will have a full roster. In 2011 we will be 67 and no where to play. We would love to continue to play against the best in the country in our own age bracket but with the new rule we wont be able. I believe this new rule also affects 2 60 maj + players from vegas who play with cal teams. Is there any way that we can be grandfathered in as we have been playing together and against one another for the past 15-16 years. This would also go for the Fla teams and others on the borders of those two states. Please reconsider this change as it imho only affects a handful of players.
Thank You

JLD930 When did you play with county sports. I played with them for 11 years including merging with Imlay Realty. X McAndrew and I played together

Hank C.
, Oct. 2, 2009
sjuhoops
Topic: Tournaments
Discussion: Vegas softball!!

Tate22:
They changed the HR rule today. The ball must clear the screen. Fun day again with many hrs. and many more great plays both in the infield and the outfield. The 60Maj+ has 8 really good teams. Should be a blast over the next two days.
Hank C.
, Sept. 21, 2009
sjuhoops
Topic: Players looking to join a team
Discussion: Vegas Tourney

Hey Larry, nice to hear from you. Hurry up and get here. we need some more great guys and players. We played your old Texas buddies fred, jim, terry and the rest. We had our hitting shoes on for that game. Fred and jim hit it out in the first inning. Terry still kills the ball. They have some other nice players. Take care and I'll see you in Nov.
, Sept. 21, 2009
sjuhoops
Topic: Players looking to join a team
Discussion: Vegas Tourney

Hey Joe. Thanks for the invite. I will email you later.
Bruce. Nice to hear from you. I enjoyed our BP last year. I knew you would help those old guys(Ed and Roger and the rest of that terrific team). Say hello to my bud John Wick. Looking forward to seeing you in Vegas.
Big Dog you are too much! See ya soon buddy.
, Sept. 20, 2009
sjuhoops
Topic: Players looking to join a team
Discussion: Vegas Tourney

Hey my Brother. How ya doin. Dave and I play tomorrow thru Wed with the Bluejays. I was looking to play the 60's weekend if anyone needed a player. Ill see you that weekend. Say hello to Dana
, Sept. 18, 2009
sjuhoops
Topic: Players looking to join a team
Discussion: Vegas Tourney

Any team needing a 60 maj or maj+ player please email me at hjc565@aol.com. I live in Vegas and would like to play.
Thank you
Hank
, Aug. 19, 2009
sjuhoops
Topic: General and miscellaneous
Discussion: Cal State Championships

Hey Crusader heard lvssa is putting you on the baseball field in mesquite. lol
, July 28, 2009
sjuhoops
Topic: General and miscellaneous
Discussion: Fri, Sat & Sun OR Sat, Sun & Mon ?

Either way would be ok with me. My problem is I work full time mon thru fri. Being able to play 65's this year they play during the week. I have only been able to play in one tourney with my team this year. Just wondering if other 65's would rather play on the weekend or keep it during the week. With the economy the way it is and i believe many 65+ still working maybe its time for the associations to take a look at this. Thanks
, Jan. 31, 2009
sjuhoops
Topic: Website comments
Discussion: Web site compatability

I also use Firefox and and the display is totally different than with internet explorer
, Oct. 3, 2008
sjuhoops
Topic: Bats
Discussion: Wny "no-warranty"?

Thanks Joe. how about a poppy seed, toasted with light butter and red gatorade. you can pick me up at 8:15. Also please make sure the gatorade is chilled
thanks
the OLD guy
, Oct. 3, 2008
sjuhoops
Topic: Bats
Discussion: Wny "no-warranty"?

Joe may i suggest you do not hit last tomorrow. Just a little advice from one of the OLDER guys
, Oct. 3, 2008
sjuhoops
Topic: Bats
Discussion: Wny "no-warranty"?

Yo Geek. You're lucky we let you hit with us(haha)
One of the OLD guys
, Jan. 31, 2008
sjuhoops
Topic: General and miscellaneous
Discussion: Melinda Linpinski, Wife Ken Lipinski 50 Major + Mavericks

Ken Very sorry for your loss. I can still remember my son and i staying at your house and Melinda being so nice. I'm glad i was able to talk and hug with her just a few short months ago. She will be missed.
Hank Cluess
, Jan. 18, 2008
sjuhoops
Topic: Associations
Discussion: Too many sub classifications

WOW
sorry
Hank Cluess GSF, 60 MAJ +
, Jan. 18, 2008
sjuhoops
Topic: Associations
Discussion: Too many sub classifications

WOW i am sjuhoops that bob mentioned in his email. this is my 15th year in senior softball and my 46th season playing a game that i enjoy. i have been fortunate to be able to play with and against some of the best players that have ever played this game. for the past 10-12 years most of our tourrneys only had 2-3 maj + teams. as larry has pointed out we now have anywhere from 6-10 60 maj + teams. just want to let you know that we do love this game and that we put in many hours of batting practice to keep ourselves sharp. i do play for exercise, sportsmanship and fun so i do disagree with you there. i try to exercise as often as i can and if you are ever in vegas on vacation and would like to hit with some great guys who put many hours into this game they hit on tues, thurs and sat 52 weeks a year(weather permitting).
p.s. im still waiting for my first paycheck.
, Jan. 18, 2008
sjuhoops
Topic: Rules of the game
Discussion: Significant Rule Changes for SSUSA 2008 Season!

im puzzled about the home run rule. as you get older you get less home runs.
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