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May 12, 2009
Topic: Players looking to join a team
Discussion: Looking for a 55+ Tournament Team

Infield position wanted. I live in Tulsa and willing to travel to tournaments. I'm playing with younger league teams, but there is no 55 tournament team in Oklahoma. References provided upon request.
Nov. 21, 2007
Topic: Players looking to join a team
Discussion: Florida TOC

Tulsa, OK, Southpaw

Gary, I think the rules allow it as long as you have at least 6 from the original roster.
Nov. 20, 2007
Topic: Players looking to join a team
Discussion: Florida TOC

Ballplayer interested in Florida TOC Tournament during February. I am a 57 year old, 235 pound, 6 3 better than average first baseman. Average at third base. Home run power, but inconsistent. Slower than average speed. Sponsorship is not required, but will be gladly accepted. Can also assume limited uniform costs. No expectation of playing time. Awards include All-Tournament recognition in the following locations, years, and positions; (1) 2002, Oil Capital, Oklahoma Mudcats, 50 AAA, 3rd Base (2) 2005, SPA Nationals, Texas, Oklahoma Outlaws, 50 AA, 1st Base (3) 2006, SPA All-American Classic, Texas, Dallas Freeman Auto group, 55 AA, 1st Base (4) 2007, SPA, Oil Capital Classic, Oklahoma Outlaws, 50 AAA, 1st Base. I know other interested players with similar or better credentials. Their ages are 52 (1st Base), 53 (2nd Base), 56 (SS), 57 (P/EH), and 60 (3rd Base/SS), or (918) 808-4082.
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