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Nov. 5, 2019
Topic: Tournaments
Discussion: World Brackets

The best to you in dealing with your family matters! We knew something must have been going on!!
July 15, 2019
Topic: Tournaments
Discussion: Salem-Jim sherman Tournament

I think he is joining the wrong message. I think he is referring to the Prescot tournament. But only he can answer that.
Jan. 29, 2019
Topic: Tournaments
Discussion: Rockin Reno

It looks like the 60's play the first weekend 24-26 and 50-55 play 5/31-6/2
Nov. 13, 2018
Topic: Players looking to join a team
Discussion: Looking for a 50+ AAA team in Colorado, Wyoming or Western Nebraska

We have 2 50AAA travel teams out of Colorado. One is the Elite/Scrap Iron
team the coaches email is

The other is Alliance/Scrap Iron and the coaches contact email is

I don't know if they need players but they would probably be a good start.

If you are moving to the 55 age group we have 3 teams in the 55 group with one in each AA, AAA and M categories.

Good luck!

April 8, 2018
Topic: Players looking to join a team
Discussion: 65's Outfielder

We have several local league:
For the Wednesday league contact Stan Habour at
For the Saturday league contact Dan Silvey at
For a travel league Jim Riley is looking for players although it is a 55 team,
In General Terry Goodrich coordinates the travel team players and his email address is

Get back if these don't work.
Oct. 9, 2017
Topic: General and miscellaneous
Discussion: The Rock.

The Rock holds up better in the extreme cold and heat we get in Colorado. We get a more consistent travel off the bat. The other balls we have used seem not to do well in the cold or the +100 degree days. We have a few artificial turfs we play on that can build up the heat in the summer. I am sure it is also an ego thing.
Jan. 2, 2017
Topic: Tournaments
Discussion: Practice locations for the TOC in Lakeland

Does anybody know of any locations in Lakeland that we could practice at? We are from Colorado and have not played any ball for several months.

July 19, 2016
Topic: General and miscellaneous

Understanding my bias, there were only 91(compared to 89 in Aurora in 2012) teams in 2011 when it was in Sacramento. There are lots of factors in trying to compare locations especially when it is only moved for one year. Besides CA has lots of tournaments already.
July 19, 2016
Topic: Tournaments
Discussion: Aurora

It is early, but I know the 65M SI Phiten and the 65AAA SI Diamonds and it looks like the 65AAA PDC Yankees teams will be there.
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