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Tim Myers

Lake Oswego, OR

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Jan. 9, 2010
Topic: Teams looking for players
Discussion: TOC / OVER 65 / Need a player / Time Critical

Our team is CE Johns, out of Portland, OR. We won the Rock N' Reno tournament in 2009, and we were invited to the TOC in Feb 2010 in Florida. This will be our fourth time to compete in this tournament in the past four years. We won Reno as a 65 AAA team, and as such, will play in the TOC as a 65 AAA. We have a few player injured and unless we can find a player that may be interested, we may not be able to field a team. Our priorities for this player are (1) an infielder, (2) an outfielder and (3) a utility player. Contact Tim Myers @ 505-697-0865 or at
Feb. 20, 2008
Topic: Product review
Discussion: Portable Batting Screen

I am looking for a portable batting screen that can be carried on an airplane for traveling games. We have a screen, but it weighs about 80 pounds. If anyone knows where we can buy a light screen that can be packaged for traveling, please call me at 503-697-0865. If I am not at home, please leave a number and name, and I will return your call quickly. Tim
May 24, 2004
Topic: Players looking to join a team
Discussion: Need Oregon players over 60

Looking for Oregon players over 60 that might be interested in playing tournament softball. I live in the Portland area. Drop me a line if you are interested. Tim
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