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Oct. 24, 2011
Capt Kirk
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We had thirty (30) Mens 60s AAA teams in our division, games on Saturday started at 7:30 A.M. Our team (Lonestar Pickups) played at 10:30 A.M. on Saturday. With that many teams in one (1) division, we should play at two (2) locations until Sunday. By Playing at two (2) locations the Saturday's games would start at 8:30 A.M. or later.
Oct. 24, 2011
153 posts
Couldn't agree more. We played the late game on Friday. Got out of there about 10:30. Our game on Saturday didn't finish until after 11:00 PM. The winner (not us) had to play the following morning at 0800hrs. Maybe when we were older, early 20's, we could do this but were younger now (Byrds) and have a hard time. We played a team that started at 0730 and their last game started at 2230hrs.

Also there was water at the fields but at least one of the fountains in the dugouts did not work very well.

Very good umpires !
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