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Discussion: Want to start playing again

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Oct. 25, 2007
3 posts
Want to start playing again
I am 50+ guy who hasn't played for a few years, but have played AAA and Major. I am looking for a team in Tempe, AZ.
Oct. 26, 2007
1 posts
We have recently put a new team together in south Chandler. We plan to play in the 55+ division. Are you old enough? What positions do you play.
Oct. 30, 2007
3 posts
Not quite. I'll be 53 in a couple weeks. Thanks for the reply.
Oct. 30, 2007
42 posts
What positions do you play? What type of hitter are you,power, base hitter or combo? Can you still run? Fangrabbers is based out of Mesa and was a AAA runner up last year at worlds and again this year in Majors. We also finished 2nd at this years TOC. Always looking to improve.
Oct. 30, 2007
Men's 60
78 posts
There are quite a few teams in the area encompassing the full spectrum of ability and age...from 50/AA all the way up. Four local AAA teams competed in the recent World Championships held here annually in October and our team was one of them. Several other teams competed in other divisions. You'll have an excellent selection to pick from and should look them all over.
Our team is CJ&S Express and we've been together for the most part for 3+ years. But, we do add players each year while some others leave and that is the case for 2008. We'll have a couple of roster spots there for the taking. If you'd like more information or want to try out, give me your contact information at 510-418-4853.
Thanks...look forward to hearing from you.
Dennis Dalton
Nov. 7, 2007
3 posts
Bunco-- I'm looking for a team in your area. I pitch and play 1st or 2nd. I'm a base hitter with a little power left.
You can contact me at 602-821-0996. Robby
Nov. 10, 2007
3 posts
I am an infielder 3rd base primarily but have played 1st and 2nd, I am a line drive hitter with an occasional blasy of power, I never have been a speedster but I can still move fairly well. I have played every level in the past, but don't want to overstate my ability because it has been a while.
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