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Discussion: How many Seniors have done this?

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Jan. 3, 2021
Men's 65
2339 posts
How many Seniors have done this?
We need some humor these days. In a conversation with one of my old Timberworks teammate, we got talking about the year we were Major ++. In the same conversation we talked about starting at lower levels and working up. I realized I have played all 5 levels.....AA, AAA, Major, Major + and Major ++. Has anyone else done that?
Jan. 3, 2021
13 posts
We also were talking this past year and there are a number of players on this years team that finished second as a major at St George, so we get a bump to Major + in 2021. I believe most are looking forward to playing at the + level this year. Not many can say they started at AA and have a chance to play major +. What is interesting from my perspective is that teams I have been on have never won Ssusa Worlds. Second in aaa and get bump, fourth once in major and second this year and get a bump:). Did win a spa aaa once and had a second the next year as a major. Playing major for the past eight years with some great guys who just line up and play everyone in front of us. So really looking forward to the new year and letís see what happens:)
Jan. 3, 2021
384 posts
Webbie. How about this. I'm less than 70 and have hit a home run in 7 different decades
Jan. 3, 2021
Men's 65
2013 posts
Webbie, I started in 50ís at AA with the Rookitos. Worked my way up to 60 Major Plus with Chainlink, Rogues and Southwest Bandits.
Jan. 3, 2021
12 posts
I can say Iím the same as you Webbie. Iíve done what you did. I never thought of it until you mentioned it.
Jan. 4, 2021
Men's 65
2339 posts
tg69 I also started playing in 1969 and am 68 and have also hit a home run in 7 decades. That came up in a conversation with a teammate at the beginning of 2020 when, after a couple beers, we got to talking about the number of decades we had played in.I bet there are not a lot of people that have done that either. Dbax-you didn't get to Major ++ though-lol. Doug, I wondered if maybe someone else off of Timberworks might have done it. I think we are the only ones that could have done it.
Has anyone else got any unusual things they have accomplished so we can get this year off on the right foot with some laughs???
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