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May 17, 2016
Topic: Teams looking for players
Discussion: 50+ Major team needs a player fjor Reno June 3-5 due to injuries we are down two.

Good player from California, be more than happy to help you out. Outfield currently playing 55 Major. (team not going to Reno)

I can be reached at for more information.
Oct. 8, 2014
Topic: Players looking to join a team
Discussion: Offense AND Defense

We are looking for players with your talent. Along with me and another California player our AZ team will be among the elite teams in 2015.

Hope you come aboard from Lakewood Ca.
May 3, 2013
Topic: General and miscellaneous
Discussion: How can SSUSA possibly reclassify an established Major+ team

Fangrabbers belong exactly where they are. If all teams would stop playing in these over expense tournament with less than 5 teams, you all would have nothig to talk about on this message board. I see why Fangrabbers decide to play Major, there are more team to play. Look at the 50 major +, they had 2 teams and play a 2 out 3, that took 3 days. It is all about the money, if it was not about the money than there should be one 50 divsion and winner take all but SSUSA would be losing money. All teams should not play until the world tournament when more than a few team will show up. (save a lot of $$) Managers need to get together and see who will be showing up for the next tournament before they pay they entree fee. (if enough teams are not enter than why should your team show up for a 3 or 4 team tournament. The way I see it from California, there is no reason to play again to the world in Las Vegas.

We would save more money if we called a team in Arizona and challenge them to a 3 out 5 on a Saturday in their city and it would cost less tha $525.00. We have enough teams in Orange County that we could play each other all summer and show up for the world.

let me hear you thoughts
Jan. 4, 2010
Topic: Rules of the game
Discussion: Combine Major & Major+?

Perfer to play Major Plus, but their are not enough teams at the major tournaments.

It's not about playing 5 games in a weekend if their are only 2 Major Plus teams as in Las Vegas in November.

The two teams could have flow in on Saturday and play their 2 out of 3 and jump on plane back home that night.

That was more of a 2 out of 3 challenge.
Nov. 26, 2009
Topic: General and miscellaneous
Discussion: Softball Players Association

I agree, it is about time for the players to have a say in how tournament are run. Less sitting around time and more teams at the major+ level. Major + teams need to set up a schedule where there is a minimum of 5 teams to play once a month. (more like a traveling league) Two team tournament is not good like this past weekend.
Oct. 26, 2009
Topic: Tournaments
Discussion: Fifth Place in the Land of the Sun

Yes, the light were bad and this should not happen for such a big tournment. For a softball complex to have only 2 rows of light on 3 of the 4 diamonds is unheard of. The 4 diamond has 3 rows of lights. Also the sun was bad on 3 of the 4 diamonds at different time of the day. Playing for LAF is hard enough, to compete with the big boys but to play under unfavorable conditions is a lousy way to set up a tournament.
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