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Aug. 14, 2020
Cowboys22
Topic: General and miscellaneous
Discussion: 2021 rule on players out of border states

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Dave, could you explain the rule for having two players out of bordering states. What does it mean about the states California, Hawaii, Arizona, Nevada, and Oregon. Thank you
July 21, 2020
Cowboys22
Topic: Teams looking for players
Discussion: AZ 60's AAA team looking for 1-2 players

What part of Arizona are you from..
July 3, 2020
Cowboys22
Topic: General and miscellaneous
Discussion: Renewal of ID cards.

My view is that we help out when we can. Senior softball gives us something that we all enjoy. I do want to thank the people who work for senior softball. I was a late add on for the tournament in Yuma, Az. I needed a snowbird card and they said that they would look at it Monday. I told them I needed it for tomorrow. ( Friday) They said they would get back to me. About an hour later on my way to Yuma, they okayed it and sent my new card on my phone. Iím pretty sure his name was Tyler!! So I got to play and the tournament was ran very well by the directors that were there. I did see Terry and Doug there. I would like to thank senior Softball for their fast action for letting me play. We even won the 60 major division. Letís keep helping Senior Softball. It is so important to my life and hopefully yours!!!
Nov. 17, 2019
Cowboys22
Topic: Tournaments
Discussion: WINTER WORLD'S ē 65/70-Platinum Update

Well said by Steve and sbsoftball30!! One thing there is a difference between winning and competing . Omen had really two chances? They could have went to play in the 70 yr.old division and most likely would have won it. Instead they went to the 65 yr. old division to TRY and win. That is being competitive . There is nothing wrong with that!!!
Nov. 15, 2019
Cowboys22
Topic: Tournaments
Discussion: WINTER WORLD'S ē 65/70-Platinum Update

Big Mac.. thanks for the comments. Well taken,!! You sound like a class act. I was watching some games and heard a lot of discussion at the fields. It seems like a catch 22!! But there is always some kind of solution. I donít think it would be very competitive for Omen to play the 70 majors. If you think this is a discussion it wouldnít match the 70 major discussions. baseballbill has some points. What I would like to ask since the scorpions beat Omen 7twice by 4 runs, do you think the scorpions would have liked having two very close games or would they have just liked to beat them by 10 runs or more. Doesnít it get down to being a competitor and wanting to play very competitive games. It is like a 65 major team playing.a 60 major team. Why take the runs? Because you are older. The difference in the 18-15 game was not the 11 player. Both teams hit the ball hard. One team has a better outfield. It wasnít that they had better players, they were younger and could go after the ball. It was very easy to see. There was only one team there on the last day coming out of the losers bracket that had less then a 10% chance of winning the tournament. That was Omen. There was NO way they could have played 5 games. They are 70!, I talked to some of the Omen players. At 4-3 they were happy with the 7 games they played. They didnít care about the t- shirt. They wanted to play competitive softball.
Nov. 14, 2019
Cowboys22
Topic: Tournaments
Discussion: WINTER WORLD'S ē 65/70-Platinum Update

Big Mac... I guess I would have to ask what was the score of the game before the open inning?? Secondly, did they score these 20 runs with the 11 defender or did these old 70 year olds actually hit the ball. Huge difference between a 65 yr. old ball player and a 70 yr. old ball player. In 5 years or so you will find that out.
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