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Discussion: Looking to play in Phoenix

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Sept. 1, 2011
13 posts
Looking to play in Phoenix
My team (KC Renegades) was supposed to play in Phoenix next month, but we have had a lot of guys back out for various reasons in the past few weeks. I still want to go and already have my plane tickets, so I am looking for a team that might need an infielder! I usually play shortstop or third base, but can play anywhere on the infield, including pitcher! I consider myself an above average player, both offensively and defensively. I am not sure what the rules are regarding joining another team for this tourney, due to regional restrictions and such, but I do know my manager will grant me a release. I also know picking up an unknown player can be a crapshoot, but if this sounds like something you would like to discuss, please contact me here or at

Sept. 1, 2011
34 posts
Is that the 55 or 60 team?
Sept. 1, 2011
13 posts
Sorry, it's actually the 50's team.
Sept. 1, 2011
Men's 50
328 posts
How old are you? If you are 55 and play 50, I believe it is much easier to be added to a 50 roster.
Sept. 1, 2011
1 posts
Any teams in Scottsdale North of Shea looking for a 59 1/2. Can hit a 12" over 300 ft. and play any position.
Sept. 2, 2011
13 posts
cal50 . . . I am currently playing 50's but will be old enough to move up to the 55's next year . . . At least, that's the plan!
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