SIGN IN:   Password     »Sign up

Message board   »Message Board home    »Sign-in or register to get started

Online now: 2 members: RCC14, bugman25; 71 anonymous
Change topic:

Details for jimmieK

Real name:


Men's 50

Messages posted by jimmieK »Message board home   »Start a new discussion

Feb. 27, 2004
Topic: Teams looking for players
Discussion: 50's team Looking for a few good players.

Is that a .350 batting average or 350' hitter you want?
Jan. 3, 2004
Topic: General and miscellaneous
Discussion: Ready to Play

Why? Who are you?
Nov. 23, 2003
Topic: Associations
Discussion: Stealing Bases

Baseball & fastball is a game that lends itself well to stealing but SP ...Nah! I think it's a bad idea. Too many bad bounces from the pitcher at home to try and pick up and if you get in tight to the batter to catch the ball in the air you could be toast.
Nov. 15, 2003
Topic: Bats
Discussion: Bat Standards

Wood Bats ˆ Here‚s a novel Canadian idea for those of us trapped inside our Cabins this winter with nothing but those Canadian ash bats, maple syrup & Molsons:

Mix: 5 oz Molson
4 oz Maple syrup
Package last year‚s bottle of 26oz JW Whisky for later use

1/ Stir maple syrup into a glass with ice and the Molson beer. Give it a minute to settle and then down the hatch!

2/ you‚ll need a special place to consume what's left of that Canadian maple syrup, why not take your best gal or guy outside for a winter wonderland picnic?

Call your sled dogs away from tearing out the throats of the wood bat proponents -- No time for play during such serious business!

3/ Shake out your old ball bag in the snow and toss leftover tortiere to the huskies! Bundle up all your Canadian ash bats in a neat concentric circle, douse with the earlier saved JW Whiskey and set on fire. Don't forget extra beer and garlic sausage. Your hottie will love this attention to detail. The beauty of this wilderness picnic lies in the entertainment value and its responsible use of obsolete material.

Nov. 1, 2003
Topic: Tournaments
Discussion: 2004 Worlds

How about the AAA / Majors?
Senior Softball-USA
Phone: (916) 326-5303
Fax: (916) 326-5304
9823 Old Winery Place, Suite 12
Sacramento, CA 95827
Senior Softball-USA is dedicated to informing and uniting the Senior Softball Players of America and the World. Senior Softball-USA sanctions tournaments and championships, registers players, writes the rulebook, publishes Senior Softball-USA News, hosts international softball tours and promotes Senior Softball throughout the world. More than 1.5 million men and women over 40 play Senior Softball in the United States today. »SSUSA History  »Privacy policy

Follow us on Facebook