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Michael Santo

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, Aug. 19, 2010
Pieman
Topic: Teams looking for players
Discussion: Players needed for Sweet Construction 55

Sweet Construction 55 is looking for players to compete in Phoenix. Looking for 2 outfielders and a middle infielder.

We would also need to attend a qualifying tournament Either Homer Wimbush September 11/12 or Northeast Cape May September 24-26 to make new players eligible for Phoenix.

You must be from New York, Pennsylvania or New Jersey to be eligible.

Email Mike Santo at mspieman@comcast.net or give me a call at 908-303-7919.
, July 12, 2010
Pieman
Topic: Tournaments
Discussion: Raleigh/Eastern's

Are any 55 Major or Major Plus Men's teams planning on attending the Eastern's/Raleigh Aug 6-8.

Sweet Construction 55's will be attending.

Mike Santo
Sweet Construction 55's
, June 8, 2010
Pieman
Topic: Associations
Discussion: Ratings

We the Sweet Construction 55 are getting ready to play this weekend in Salem's ISF Championships in the Major Division.

There are six teams, four rated Major Plus by SSUSA. We are all playing under the Major rules.

I thought that at the summit the organizations agreed to share ratings information.

Do you think it is fair that Pace, Titans, Bass and Doc's Green Canteen are playing as Major teams. They are the four rated as Major Plus.

Also I notice teams rated as Major are playing as AAA this weekend.

I guess there is no sharing of team ratings between organizations.

Mike Santo
Sweet Construction 55
, June 8, 2010
Pieman
Topic: Associations
Discussion: Ratings

I fixed my mispellings.

We the Sweet Construction 55 are getting ready to play this weekend in Salem's ISF Championships in the Major Division.

There are six teams, four rated Major Plus by SSUSA. We are all playing under the Major rules.

I thought that at the summit the organizations agreed to share ratings information.

Do you think it is fair that Pace, Titans, Bass and Doc's Green Canteen are playing as Major teams. They are the four rated as Major Plus.

Also I notice teams rated as Major are playing as AAA this weekend.

I guess there is no sharing of team ratings between organizations.

Mike Santo
Sweet Construction 55
, June 8, 2010
Pieman
Topic: Associations
Discussion: Raings

We the Sweet Constrcution 55 are getting ready to play this weekend in Salem's ISF Championships in the Major Division.

There are six teams, four rated Major Plus by SSUSA. We are all playing under the Major rules.

I thought that at the summit the organizations agreed to share ratings information.

Do you think it is fair that Pace, Titans, Bass and Doc's Green Canteen are playing as Major teams. They are the four rated as Major Plus.

Also I notice teams rated as Major are playing as AAA this weekend.

I guess there is no sharing of team ratings between organizations.

Mike Santo
Sweet Construction 55
, May 24, 2010
Pieman
Topic: Tournaments
Discussion: ACC results - loudoun va

Mike,

At least Boom Boom came back in to get Alvie.

I did add a few to my scroll this weekend. If we had to use paper to record them all, we would have to use all the trees in the Northwest to make the paper.

Mike, take care.

Mike Santo
Sweet Construction 55
, Feb. 9, 2010
Pieman
Topic: Tournaments
Discussion: Move the TOC

I am driving from NC this morning. One of my team mates is driving from NJ this morning.

Too bad, we wait all this time and the weather sucks. Not going to be much better on Friday 53 degrees with showers.

Oh well, hope we have a team for Friday.

Mike
, Feb. 8, 2010
Pieman
Topic: Tournaments
Discussion: Move the TOC

To me it's not whether us East Coast teams can compete, it is trying to get there, holding our teams together and where and when we can practice.

I still say the TOC should be the last tournament of 2009 and only have one Winter National or Winter Worlds which can begin the new season with new players. Hold the TOC on one of the sites reserved for the Winter Nationals or Winter Worlds. Wait a couple of weeks and the run the Winter Worlds or Nationals.

Come back in February with another big tournament and teams can decide if they want to go. In fact that is when you can have the Winter Nationals, in the Winter and not the Fall.

Mike Santo
Sweet Conctruction 55
, Feb. 2, 2010
Pieman
Topic: General and miscellaneous
Discussion: All Star Game

Ross,

Some of us will be there to play in mini games on Thursday. Maybe we can all hook up and form a team if we do not have enough.

Also, they pulled the big switch yesterday adding Timberworks to our major division. Screwed up our schedule and possibility of using my 50 guys.

Mike
, Jan. 13, 2010
Pieman
Topic: General and miscellaneous
Discussion: Anyone in NC hitting

Ross,

I brought all the cold down herefrom NJ. They say it's the coldest since 1982 here in NC Was in the 50's today and should stay there.

See you at the TOC.

Mike
, Jan. 13, 2010
Pieman
Topic: General and miscellaneous
Discussion: Anyone in NC hitting

Starburst,

Send me an email with your phone and we can get together.

mspieman@comcast.net
, Jan. 13, 2010
Pieman
Topic: Teams looking for players
Discussion: Team Looking For TOC Players

Diehard, I totally agree that the TOC should be the last tournament of the year followed by Winter Nationals and Worlds.

Mike Santo
Sweet Construction 55
, Jan. 13, 2010
Pieman
Topic: General and miscellaneous
Discussion: Anyone in NC hitting

I am here in NC for the next few months and need to know if anyone is hitting in the Washington/Greenville area.

The only team I remember is the Cobra's

I need to get ready for the TOC.

1-252-940-4414 Home
1-908-303-7919 Cell

Mike Santo
Sweet Construction 55
, Dec. 7, 2009
Pieman
Topic: General and miscellaneous
Discussion: Its Unanimous - The Best Senior Softball Players Are in California and Florida

I would think that the climate has something to do with the fact there are so many teams from California and Florida.

Many move or retire to these states.

We do not have as many teams in the North East but some of us still like to play even in the snow.

We will travel to Florida since it is a 2-3 hour flight and take our chances in the Spring and Winter.

We will try to get in swings this Winter and will travel to the TOC and take our chances because we love to play.

Mike Santo
Sweet Construction 55
, Dec. 2, 2009
Pieman
Topic: Players looking to join a team
Discussion: florida feb 2010

the answer. Mike 3b plays for Sweet Construction 55. If you want me to pitch this weekend then give me a call. Can't keep communicating over a message board.

Mike Santo
Sweet Construction 55
908-303-7919
mspieman@comcast.net
, Dec. 2, 2009
Pieman
Topic: Players looking to join a team
Discussion: florida feb 2010

The Answer. If you email me or give me a call I can fill your pitching position this Sunday. I am the pitcher for Sweet Construction and most likely I would know some of your players. If you played for Carl then obviously I know a lot of your players.

Mike Santo
Sweet Construction 55
908-303-7919
, Dec. 1, 2009
Pieman
Topic: Players looking to join a team
Discussion: florida feb 2010

The Answer. I run Sweet Construction 55 Major and I am looking for an outfielder for next season. We paly a bunch of tournaments and are going to these years TOC.

You would not be eligible to play 55 TOC because you are not 55.

We must know each other because you had to have played for Chip or Billy Mac.

Mike Santo
mspieman@comcast.net
908-303-7919
, Nov. 25, 2009
Pieman
Topic: Tournaments
Discussion: TOC

This has bothered me also. Seems as though the TOC should be played first, then the Winter Nationals and Winter Worlds.

It is possible for a team to win as AAA then move up to Major but still play the TOC as AAA.

If we did not win the Northeast Championships, TNT would have qualified 55 AAA and 55 Major since they won Winter Nationals as AAA were moved to Major for remainder of the 2009 season.

Teams do change and it is hard to change before the TOC.

Mike Santo
Sweet Construction 55 Major
, Nov. 22, 2009
Pieman
Topic: Teams looking for players
Discussion: Looking for players

Sweet Construction 55 Mens Major team is looking for two outfielders and a second basemen for this years T.O.C.

We also need the same postions for the 2010 season.

Our team has been hit with three major injuries and at this time have only 9 for the T.O.C. At he end of the season we were playing with only 10. Even though Sweet Construction 55 could not get enough for this years Winter Nationals, 5 of us combined with Cryans and won the 50 AAA.

Each player pays their own way. We have a group of softball whores that just want to play.

This year we took seconds in the 2009 T.O.C, Atlantic Coast Championships, Eastern Championships, Northeast Championships, Virginia Beach Winter Nationals, and lost to Roberts at the U.S. Championship in Phoenix.

Only respond if you are from NJ, Delaware, NY or Pennsylvania and are eligible to play 55 and over.

If interested contact me, Mike Santo, pitcher/manager Sweet Construction 55 at: mspieman@comcast.net.




, Nov. 2, 2009
Pieman
Topic: Teams looking for players
Discussion: major nj team looking for players for ft.meyers

Cryan's is set for Ft. Myers so no need to contact me.

Mike
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