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March 26, 2014
14 posts
Since when are 40-45-50 declared seniors, I have nothing against everyone playing, but they are awful young and wanting to be older. Is someone just trying to become a millionaire
March 26, 2014
2945 posts
"Senior Softball" begins by our (arbitrary) definition at age 50+ ... We refer to the age group of age 40-49 as the 40-Masters, not wishing to rush them into the "seniors" tag ...
March 27, 2014
Men's 55
399 posts
I'm still playing "50's" (the younger age for senior softball) and if you would have told me when I was 33 I'd still be playing in 20 years I would have told you, you were nuts-----------so go ahead and call me a senior or whatever else--------------I'm just glad to hae my health and still be playing.

Several others guys playing in "50's" I know are fortunate to have worked 30/35 years at a career, and were able to retire, so I think that also qualifies as "seniors" too

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