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Real name:
John Beard

Location:
San Antonio, TX

Division:
Men's 65

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, Aug. 25, 2016
JBTexas
Topic: Tournaments
Discussion: Labor Day Classic Postponement

What a mess, word is the 50-55 will play this weekend but in Sequin, tx. The re-schedule has been re-scheduled due to calls to Sacramento. 60's and up will play next weekend San Marcos, I think. Your going to need a scorecard with a eraser to keep up with this tournament. Haven't see anything official on any website.
, Aug. 22, 2016
JBTexas
Topic: Players looking to join a team
Discussion: Do they play softball in Colorado?

Gill, check under the league tab above for southwest region and you will see a couple of numbers to contact. Rocky mountain classic in Aurora, Colorado this weekend, most of their tournament teams will be there.
, Aug. 18, 2016
JBTexas
Topic: Rules of the game
Discussion: Using screen for pitcher

NYGNYY,Our 40 division uses senior bats but our over 40 co-ed doesn't. Our guys have voted any ball(batted) hitting the screen is a out no matter the count.
, Aug. 17, 2016
JBTexas
Topic: Rules of the game
Discussion: Using screen for pitcher

Downs, e-mail on the way, thanks
, Aug. 17, 2016
JBTexas
Topic: Rules of the game
Discussion: Using screen for pitcher

Guys, our 40 division(SASSL) has voted to start using a screen(pitcher) when we start play in our fall session in early September, does anyone have a set of rules that they are currently using in league play, so we don't have re-created a whole new set. Thanks for your input in advance.c AN
, Aug. 13, 2016
JBTexas
Topic: General and miscellaneous
Discussion: Ratings

Size of tournament and size of their brackets doesn't match sometimes, every few teams in some of Western national age brackets. Add Reno and worlds then many they get some attend.
, Aug. 11, 2016
JBTexas
Topic: General and miscellaneous
Discussion: Ratings

Being eligible and getting move aren't the same. I know of teams that have won a number of tournaments in a row and don't get moved up. Depends on the size of brackets, runs won by and who you know.
, Aug. 9, 2016
JBTexas
Topic: General and miscellaneous
Discussion: Western Nationals

Anyone know how the 65 majors did??

, July 26, 2016
JBTexas
Topic: Tournaments
Discussion: Aggieland Classic

Rick, how soon do you turn 70? You may turn 70 before we see any results.
, July 24, 2016
JBTexas
Topic: General and miscellaneous
Discussion: Ratings

Sorry, don't know how I missed that one, plus can't believe they were re-rated. That is a really good team and fun to play. CenTex will miss playing them in Denver.
, July 23, 2016
JBTexas
Topic: General and miscellaneous
Discussion: Ratings

Not in July 2016, at least none in 65 division.
, July 19, 2016
JBTexas
Topic: General and miscellaneous
Discussion: Biggest league

We(San Antonio senior softball league, SASSL) will be having our 30th Anniversary next year, Mr. Bill Altman started our league in 1987 with four teams. We currently have 46 teams in 7 Divisions and over 600 senior players. We have always claimed to be the largest senior league in the United States and were wondering if there was any larger groups in one city in the US. Bill is still playing at the age of 85+. We have added 10 teams this year including a over 40 co-ed division, so senior ball is not dying in Texas.
, July 15, 2016
JBTexas
Topic: General and miscellaneous
Discussion: WESTERN NATIONALS

Lee, sorry I thought it said western Nationals not California national but guess I was wrong.
, July 14, 2016
JBTexas
Topic: General and miscellaneous
Discussion: WESTERN NATIONALS

Sorry, another point if playing in Aurora we would know were you would playing, all the fields in one place.
, July 14, 2016
JBTexas
Topic: General and miscellaneous
Discussion: WESTERN NATIONALS

Anyone who thinks Sac town is on the same footing as Aurora is from California. Better fields, cheaper flights and a lot more to do. total team attending from other then California states would double if held in Colorado and no I don't live there. Just easier to get to from Texas, Okla. Kansas.etc. But this is beating a dead horse to death, won't change any time soon.
, July 13, 2016
JBTexas
Topic: General and miscellaneous
Discussion: oddities @ tournament

#3- runner is safe no tags allowed once he has crossed commitment line. Dead ball once tag was made anything that happen as results of tag doesn't count.
, July 13, 2016
JBTexas
Topic: General and miscellaneous
Discussion: oddities @ tournament

Curty, player is re-entering the game legally not as a courtesy runner so should be good. Both runner are out due to passing commitment line, should be DP.
, July 4, 2016
JBTexas
Topic: General and miscellaneous
Discussion: teams going to aggieland...in college station,tx

CenTex will not be attending due to injuries and other commitments.
, June 19, 2016
JBTexas
Topic: Tournaments
Discussion: TX STATE CHAMPIONSHIP-TOC QUALIFIER

DoubleL10, and one of those is totally meaningless game at 9:30 AM against a AAA team. But we have nothing else to do that day.
, June 19, 2016
JBTexas
Topic: Tournaments
Discussion: TX STATE CHAMPIONSHIP-TOC QUALIFIER

Earlier are you crazy, starting Wednesday now. Key is getting Austin to give up all the fields all day instead of having to stop for league. If someone wants the business should be able to schedule around one week in June, if not need to look somewhere else again. But that said we have the same problem in Reno, Vegas,Georgetown etc. Places want us but won't adjust league schedules to allow full use of they fields, so we have to work around they schedules.
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