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Real name:
Chuck Sharkey

Location:
Camillus, NY

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Men's 60

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June 29, 2020
Shark
Topic: Rules of the game
Discussion: WESTMINSTER

Northeast Jackhammers 60 AAA team is also going to Westminster. I agree with the Jags in the hope that this tourney will be a TOC qualifier.
June 16, 2020
Shark
Topic: General and miscellaneous
Discussion: NORTHEAST CHAMPIONSHIPS SYRACUSE, NY

Players interested in purchasing masks/gaiters for the Northeast Championships can find them for sale on a link on the home page of this site. Most are available within a 2 day delivery.

Also with one week left before the entry deadline for the tourney, there are over 50 teams signed up to participate in this TOC qualifier. It will be the first senior tourney to be played in the Northeast so don't miss out on this event. Hope to see you there.
Thanks,
Chuck Sharkey
June 6, 2020
Shark
Topic: General and miscellaneous
Discussion: NORTHEAST CHAMPIONSHIPS SYRACUSE, NY

Managers,
The Northeast Championships TOC qualifier is still scheduled to happen July 7th-12th in Syracuse, NY. The entry deadline is June 23rd and we already have about 30 teams signed up to participate. Last year we had a record 54 teams in the whole tourney and we might surpass that turnout this year so if you are planning on attending make sure you get your entry fee in before the deadline. July 7th-9th (Tues-Thurs) is for 65 years old and higher to play. July 10th-12th (Fri-Sun) is for the 40-60 age groups. There is only one other TOC qualifier on the East Coast which is the Eastern Nationals in Loudoun County, Va.
Thanks,
Chuck Sharkey

Nov. 14, 2019
Shark
Topic: Rules of the game
Discussion: 65s to 1-1 or not 1-1

Just an FYI....that our team in Fort Myers played 9 games with a 1-1 count with a waste foul and only had 1 game that did not go the full 7 innings. We are a 60 AAA team and are in favor of the 1-1 count.
Shark
Oct. 31, 2019
Shark
Topic: Rules of the game
Discussion: Red meat for umpire types

Interesting that if you listened to Joe Torre's explanation on that play. He said that the "out" was called because the runner interfered with the first baseman being able to catch the ball from the throw. He said that the first baseman's glove even came off when the runner hit his hand. I thought that was a "cop out" because if you saw the replay, Trea Turner did not run too far inside the baseline as it was originally thought that was what they were protesting. Granted it was a judgement call that should not have been made and could have changed the outcome of the game if not for Rendon's homer later in that inning. It looks like that they should clarify that play in the future in their rule book.
Just my opinion,
Shark
July 28, 2019
Shark
Topic: General and miscellaneous
Discussion: BRAMBLETON PARK (EASTERN NATIONALS)

I noticed that the fields at Brambleton Park are 400 ft deep according to their website. Will SSUSA be using a "removable fence" to set the fields at a shorter distance ?

Thanks,
Shark
July 14, 2019
Shark
Topic: General and miscellaneous
Discussion: Northeast Championships Results

Another great turnout and tourney at the Northeast Championships in Syracuse, NY.
Results:
65/70 Gold Division:
First.....Brandford Nissan 65 AAA
Second ...Bradford White/Jersey Masters
Third.....Spring Ford 65

65/70 Silver Season
First...Syracuse Cyclones 70 AAA
Second...Syracuse Cyclones
Third ....Bostonians

80 Major
Hamels
NY Statesman

80 AAA
Peach Tree
Syracuse Cyclones

75 AAA
Syracuse 75
Rochester Classics

40 Masters
Giant
Ferra’s / Johnson
Live !

50 Major
Hard Hat
Homer Lovers
Big Botton

50 AAA
Finance of America
OSS
Gas House

55 Major
Olympia
Buehl Fuel
Phoenix Tube

55/60 Gold
Action Auto
Deep Purple
New England Merchants

60 AAA
Berkeley Home Furnishing
Buehl Fuel
Northeast Jackhammers 2

60 AA
Syracuse Cyclones
Vipers
Diamond Dogs

Thanks everyone who participated,

Chuck Sharkey
NYS Director
Nov. 12, 2018
Shark
Topic: General and miscellaneous
Discussion: Results

Long Island Jaguars.....1st
Playmakers....................2nd
Cincinnati 60’s................3rd
Oct. 30, 2018
Shark
Topic: Tournaments
Discussion: Eastern Nationals change of venue

Sorry I did not mean to exclude the 40 age group on the dates for the Northeast Championships.

They also play July 12-14th with the 50-60 groups.

Thanks,
Chuck Sharkey
Oct. 29, 2018
Shark
Topic: Tournaments
Discussion: Eastern Nationals change of venue

Correction on the dates of the Northeast Championship:
July 9th to July 11th for 65 age and older
July 12th to July 14 th for 50-60

Thanks,
Chuck Sharkey
Sept. 18, 2018
Shark
Topic: General and miscellaneous
Discussion: ROOKIE SENSATION ARRIVES

Congrats Dave and Fran on the new addition to your roster.
Chuck
July 12, 2018
Shark
Topic: General and miscellaneous
Discussion: Northeast Championships Syracuse, NY

I want to thank all of the teams that attended the Northeast Championships in Syracuse, NY the past 6 days. The weather was FANTASTIC ! Congratulations to all of the teams that punched their tickets to the Tournament of Champions next February in Florida. I especially want to thank my fellow directors, Cal Allison and Joe Diana for their work at 2 complexes during Session One. UIC Director Marty Brefta provided a great crew of umpires.
Also great job by Dave Dowell and the SSUSA staff for posting the scores each day on the Senior Softball website.
I look forward to seeing everyone back next year in 2019.
Chuck Sharkey
SSUSA NYS Director

July 6, 2018
Shark
Topic: General and miscellaneous
Discussion: Northeast Championships Syracuse, NY

The Northeast Championships started today in Syracuse, NY on a very windy but sunny day. There are 38 teams in the first session who are looking to punch their ticket to go to the Tournament of Champions in Florida next Feb 2019. Pool play started today and will conclude tomorrow when bracket play will start .
The 50 AAA bracket of 9 teams will start play tomorrow with Big Bottom Sports as the number one seed. The other seeded bracket is the 60 AAA division with the Cape Cod Mariners as the number one seed. The weather is fantastic for the whole weekend.
I will post the standings at the conclusion of this first session on Sunday.
Thanks,
Chuck Sharkey
NYS Director

July 14, 2017
Shark
Topic: General and miscellaneous
Discussion: NORTHEAST CHAMPIONSHIPS SESSION 2 RESULTS

Panther, that is a good question concerning the number of umpires being used. Last month SSUSA decided to use only one umpire per game until you reach the championship day of a tourney. Therefore on Wednesday 2 umpires were used per game unless there is a championship bracket that concludes before the third day of a tourney which is what we had in the 65 Major division at the Northeast tourney that concluded on Tuesday. I hope this answers your question. This was done by SSUSA because of a shortest of umpires in tourneys especially out west or in large tourneys.
Chuck
July 13, 2017
Shark
Topic: Tournaments
Discussion: Syracuse results

Results are already posted on this message board under Northeast Championships Session One and also Two
Chuck
July 13, 2017
Shark
Topic: General and miscellaneous
Discussion: NORTHEAST CHAMPIONSHIPS SESSION 2 RESULTS

Sorry I forgot to list the 65 Major Division:

New Jersey Hitmen defeated Syracuse Merchants in best 2 out of 3 bracket play.
Chuck
July 12, 2017
Shark
Topic: General and miscellaneous
Discussion: NORTHEAST CHAMPIONSHIPS SESSION 2 RESULTS

Here are the results from the Northeast Championships in Syracuse, NY for session Two:

65 AAA Division:

1. Northern Virginia Force (Va)
2. Anaconda Sports (NY)
3. Rochester Brewers (NY)

65/70 Silver Division:

1. Bostonians (Ma)
2. Tabor Franchi (RI)
3. Southern Tier Express (NY)

75 AAA Division:

1. Bailey Talent Cavs (Va)
2. Monkey Joe's Big Nut (NJ)
3. Jersey Masters 75 (NJ)

Thanks everyone for participating in the tourney.

Chuck Sharkey
SSUSA NYS Director

July 10, 2017
Shark
Topic: General and miscellaneous
Discussion: NORTHEAST CHAMPIONSHIPS SESSION 1 RESULTS

Thanks HO for the kind words about me posting the tourney results. I am hopeful that in the near future SSUSA will be able to post tourney results in a timely fashion. In this age of technology there should be an accurate and swift way to accomplish this.
July 9, 2017
Shark
Topic: General and miscellaneous
Discussion: NORTHEAST CHAMPIONSHIPS SESSION 1 RESULTS

Session One Results:

Men's 40 Division:
1. Thunder/Giant Steel (NY)
2. JD Oxford/Johnson Chevy (NY)
3. Superior 40's

50 Major
1. Elmwood Sports Center ( RI)
2. Domino's / B Johnson :(NY)
3. Hard Hat Cafe Cafe ((Ct)

50 AAA
1. Trinity/Rizzo's (NY
2. Custom Logo (NY)
3. Chicago Sam's (Ct)

55 Majors
1. Bldg. Inovation Group (NY)
2. Action Auto (RI)
3. Frederick Chevy (Pa)

55 AAA
1. Pitt North (Pa)
2. Beltway Bandits (Va)
3. Lynch Const (Pa)

60 AA
1. Durham Silverstix (ON)
2. Diamond Dawgs ( Ma)
3. Syracuse Cyclones (Ny)

60 AAA
1. Northern Va Force (Va)
2. Talaga Const (Ct)
3. Spring Ford (Pa)

60 Majors
1. Agway Steelers (On)
2. Promotion Products (Pa)
3. Carrot/Madalina (NY)

Thanks to everyone attending the tourney.

Chuck Sharkey

PS: Session Two starts July 10 th


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June 9, 2017
Shark
Topic: Teams looking for players
Discussion: PA 60 Team in search of Outfielder / Pitcher

Hi Paul......my 60 AAA team based out of Syracuse would be interested also for an outfielder. A team can never have enough outfielders at this age. Let me know his contact info here please.
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