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Sept. 11, 2019
Men's 50
5 posts
Upper level question.
Could you guys please tell me what it takes to play 50+ AAA? I just turned 50 and still have the fire to play. I still play Usssa and GSL at lower levels.
Sept. 11, 2019
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Senior classifications are different than the younger man's circuit. From top to bottom, here's what you're looking at-

Major Plus (9 HR per team, per game)
Major (6 HR per team, per game)
AAA (3 HR per team, per game)
AA (1 HR per team, per game)

New teams / players come into the Association with a "AAA" rating. In order to play in an SSUSA qualifier tournament you'll need to obtain a player card. See FORMS on this website, complete the Player Registration form and submit the requested documentation.

Your profile doesn't indicate where you're from, but SSUSA has bordering state rules. Generally speaking you are permitted to play for a team in your home state and a state that shares a border with it.

Hope this helps you get started.
Sept. 11, 2019
Men's 50
5 posts
Thank you so much for your reply. I live in PA. I will start with the form, thank you again!
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