SIGN IN:   Password     »Sign up

Message board   »Message Board home    »Sign-in or register to get started

Online now: 0 members ; 189 anonymous
Change topic:

Discussion: Kevin/Trumpball

Posted Discussion
Feb. 6, 2009
Men's 40
105 posts
Hey, Kevin...get in touch with me when you have time...I'm going to see about trying that new 52/275 in my 40+ tourney on March 14.


Mike Williams
National 40+ Director
Feb. 6, 2009
Men's 55
1017 posts
Hi Mike this is one or your own events no affiliation with any senior association I take it? We are still looking at this as a tuneup to Mesquite might be fun to see this in action with some of the teams I heard might enter your tourney. Good luck.
Feb. 6, 2009
Men's 40
105 posts
Just mine. This has worked well in getting the 40+ division stronger. I'm anxious to see this 52/275 ball in play.
Feb. 6, 2009
Men's 60
544 posts
F.O.G. , my son is turning 40 this year and he wanted to know if 40s are allowed to hit senior bat. thanks ken
Feb. 6, 2009
Men's 40
105 posts

Only in 40+ play where the association allows it. Some(very few) associations will allow 40+ or 50+ guys to swing the senior bats when they're playing against the kids.

The reality is that there are alot of guys over 40 that swing much better and harder than the kids, so most of the associations won't even consider it.

Tell your son to get on a 40+ team. He can swing all of the senior bats he wants!

Take care!
Feb. 7, 2009
Men's 65
327 posts
Kevin where can I buy a doz.
Feb. 7, 2009
715 posts
Call me monday 800 327-0074 ext 210
Sign-in to reply or add to a discussion or post your own message and start a new discussion. If you don't have a message board account, please register for a free nickname. It will only take a moment.
Senior Softball-USA
Phone: (916) 326-5303
Fax: (916) 326-5304
9823 Old Winery Place, Suite 12
Sacramento, CA 95827
Senior Softball-USA is dedicated to informing and uniting the Senior Softball Players of America and the World. Senior Softball-USA sanctions tournaments and championships, registers players, writes the rulebook, publishes Senior Softball-USA News, hosts international softball tours and promotes Senior Softball throughout the world. More than 1.5 million men and women over 40 play Senior Softball in the United States today. »SSUSA History  »Privacy policy

Follow us on Facebook