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Nov. 15, 2008
Topic: Players looking to join a team
Discussion: Looking for the Arizona Bobcats

No one knows who these guys are? What about the Robson Ranch guys? Aren't the Bobcats the Robson Ranch 55 team?

Nov. 13, 2008
Topic: Players looking to join a team
Discussion: Looking for the Arizona Bobcats

Is there any one out there that plays for the Arizona Bobcats? I'm trying to get in touch with their manager. They're a 55 AAA team out of Sun Lakes AZ. If you know who the manager is or how to contact him could you let me know? Email me at

Sept. 28, 2008
Topic: Rules of the game
Discussion: intentional walks

I think THJ is talking about when a player is ejected or injured and there isn't a sub available, then the next time that spot in the order comes up to bat it's an out. If you intentionally walk someone to get to that spot in the order, it's no longer an out.
Sept. 10, 2008
Topic: Tournaments
Discussion: Cesar Chavez - Phx Worlds

TerryH; I haven't played at Cesar Chavez so I can't comment on that park, but you have a brand new Big League Dreams park in Gilbert (suburb east of Phx). Why can't this park be brought into the rotation for the Worlds? I would think we would want to use the best facilities in the Valley for the Senior Softball World Championships.
Aug. 20, 2008
Topic: Teams looking for players
Discussion: New team in Phoenix

I'm also interested, please contact me at

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