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Discussion: coming to Palm Springs 2011

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April 9, 2010
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coming to Palm Springs 2011
Aloha to all, I'll be retiring from county of Hi. next year. already have a house in Cathedral City (sp?)in the Palm Spring,ca. area. I play short stop for Kona Gold in Kailua-Kona (big island)presently and was seeing if anyone would be interested in giving me a try out? I'm 61. my stats and pic is on our web my uniform # is 50. Mahalo, akp
April 12, 2010
Men's 65
598 posts
Aloha to you. You are going to love the senior softball opportunities in the Palm Springs area. The league is a fantastic one, divided into A an d B, depending on age and skill level. Like Hawaii, we play year round. Teams are drafted to spread talent evenly for fair competition.
There are several 60's teams in the area. You won't have any trouble finding a travel team.
During the winter, there is a Tues. league in Palm Desert, and a pick up doubleheader on Wed. in Palm Springs.
There is also an open league on Thurs nights that a lot of us play in. Fun to play against the kids once in awhile.
April 18, 2010
Men's 65
202 posts
akp-We have you on our radar. Base Hawgs 60 AA always looking for good players. Let us know when you get to Cathedral City.
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