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|, April 6, 2010|
|Topic: Teams looking for players|
Discussion: New AA 55+ team in Memphis
I'll be 55 this month. Have'nt played but one tour. last two years. (knee injury)I last played reg. with Monster AAA out of Memphis. Outfielder/First/Catch. More suited for AA. Speed no power. Played some AA Four yr ago with local team around Nashville area. Cell 615-504-5739. Paul Ensley.
|, Aug. 3, 2009|
Discussion: ISA, Gallatin,
I was a member of the local team Perfect Pay. We were allowed to put together a host team of local players for this tour. I'm the only player on this team that has ever played in a senior tourmanent. I'm actualy a AA player(my ability) but played a few games with Monster a couple of years ago. I got hurt the first game but my teammates, most having not played in 9 to 16 years went 0-5 with a 1 run loss game. I'm glad all you guys in 50'sAAA played well. It will help motivate these new(old) players. Thanks everyone for the positive comments about the parks crew. I also agree with the neg. It could be more shade and believe it or not the large fields were not converted from baseball, these were built large for softball. Hopefully the park can be finished and the fields at municiple can be upgraded.Thanks to all who came. The major players also. You guys were something to see.
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