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Discussion: Looking for Seniors ball in Phoenix Metro area

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May 5, 2011
Men's 50
1 posts
Looking for Seniors ball in Phoenix Metro area
Still hanging with the 20 year olds but am looking to graduate to Seniors. Can anyone point me to a league in the east valley? ( 52yrs.)
May 6, 2011
Men's 65
4549 posts
Here is something I posted before that I got from another post, you need to do some searching and can pretty much find most anything on here.
Not sure exactly where any of these places are let alone where you are.
March 24, 2011
Men's 60
2988 posts
The following is a cut and paste from another player about games in perhaps your area, I don't know for sure:
Check out El Dorado Park on Friday mornings. Not sure what time they start. (8:00-9:00 AM?)Usually enough for 4-5 teams and a few games. El Dorado is on the east side of Miller Road about a mile north of McDowell. There's a SSWC tournmaent at Papago Park Mar 18-20. Papago is on the west side of 64th St just north of McDowell.

I hope it helps you.
You might find them there today...
May 6, 2011
Men's 55
134 posts
Good luck BopBop. I've been trying to get on a team myself with no luck.
May 7, 2011
10 posts
Hey BOPBOP Would love to help out, but our leauge is 55plus and you have to live here. Sun City West Az. We play all over the west. Hang in there there are teams who need a change, they just don't no it yet.
May 8, 2011
Men's 60
125 posts
Hi Bop, Not much going on in Senior ball in the summer in Phoenix, it picks back up in the winter when the snowbirds get here. The only league for 50+ in the winter is in Mesa, it starts in Jan and it's run by the parks and rec dept. You can call them or check out their website. They'll put your name on a list for managers that are looking for players. There are leagues in the fall but they're mostly retirement park leagues and you have to be 55. The only other option on the East side is in Scottsdale (see taits post above), they go all year long on Tues & Thurs. They take BP and then play 1-2 games.

Good luck,
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