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Discussion: 50s AAA IF ready for Western Nationals/World Masters

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July 15, 2021
MiniMac
2 posts
50s AAA IF ready for Western Nationals/World Masters
Looking to join a team that plans to play in Western National Championship in Sacramento (end of July) and then World Masters Championship in LV (Oct).

I'm IF, prefer 2B. Solid, consistent hitter, healthy, but limited free weekends to play SSUSA tourneys. lmk if you need to fill roster spot... you won't be disappointed.
July 16, 2021
Stripersonline
Men's 50
25 posts
It is my understanding that you can not be added to a roster if you were not previously on that team for those particular tournaments.
July 16, 2021
SSUSA Staff
3128 posts
The Western or Eastern National's and the SSUSA World Championships ("World Masters" is a defunct title) are both known as "Qualifying Roster" events ... You must have played in a previous "qualifier" event in order to be eligible to be on a roster for those later events ... If you have any questions, please call the Sacramento Home office at (916) 326.5303 between 9:00 AM and 4:00 PM in the Pacific time zone ... Ask for the eligibility group and one of them will help you out ... Good luck ...

July 18, 2021
deep14
102 posts
What if a player was injured at the time of of these qualifiers, and was unable to play?
July 18, 2021
DaveDowell
Men's 65
3516 posts
Your tweak of the original question seems to differ from what MiniMac was asking, which looks like an offer to be picked up as a "free agent" ... If your guy is a regular member of your team, your chances of adding him improve ...Exception requests are reviewed and either granted or denied on a case-by-case basis through Sacramento's roster eligibility folks ... There are a multitude of factors they consider ... Please email (or ideally, call) and make your case ... Good luck!
July 18, 2021
deep14
102 posts
Was put on the 60's team roster last year for Utah and am on it now
July 19, 2021
MiniMac
2 posts
@SSUSA Staff: Thanks for the clarification.

@DaveDowell: You're correct. I'm a free agent, and looking to be picked up on a team for the remainder of the year. Perhaps replacing an injured player, a team w/ a limited roster, or someone looking to help fill an existing gap. Looking to play competitive ball and have some fun.
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