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April 27, 2020
Bob21
Topic: General and miscellaneous
Discussion: Corona Virus (COVID-19) • Part II

Not so sure on the Tulsa situation. This is from the same article TXNIGHTTRAIN listed. I assume we would be "organized sports activities"??

https://www.joplinglobe.com/coronavirus/oklahoma-gov-stitt-announces-three-phase-plan-to-reopen-state/article_958169ce-84ef-11ea-ac81-8b383e8c55b4.html

Second phase

If hospital and incident rates “remain manageable” for 14 more days following the implementation of Phase 1, Stitt plans to move to Phase 2.

Phase 2 allows nonessential travel to resume, along with organized sports activities. Funerals and weddings can be held with more than 10 people. Children and nursery areas in places of worship can reopen. Bars can open as long as there is diminished standing room occupancy.
Oct. 22, 2019
Bob21
Topic: General and miscellaneous
Discussion: WHOS COMING

Aren’t the Blaze and Spintees AA??
Oct. 22, 2019
Bob21
Topic: General and miscellaneous
Discussion: WHOS COMING

15 AAA teams from 8 different states. Well done
Nebraska -1, Nevada-1, New Mexico-2, Arizona-3, Alaska-1, Texas-4, Colorado-1, Calif-2
Oct. 21, 2019
Bob21
Topic: General and miscellaneous
Discussion: WHOS COMING

Santa Dave,
The anticipation of the big reveal is real.
When I was a kid we got to open up a Christmas present early. Sooooo, how many 55 AAA teams so far? Omaha is one of them. Merry Christmas to me...maybe
Sept. 22, 2019
Bob21
Topic: Tournaments
Discussion: BRACKET START TIMES (Session 1)

Thanks for the updates Tim.
Sept. 21, 2019
Bob21
Topic: Tournaments
Discussion: BRACKET START TIMES (Session 1)

55AAA update please
Sept. 21, 2019
Bob21
Topic: Tournaments
Discussion: BRACKET START TIMES (Session 1)

55AAA update???
Sept. 2, 2019
Bob21
Topic: Rules of the game
Discussion: Where do you draw the line?

How about you two go get a room?
Sept. 2, 2019
Bob21
Topic: Tournaments
Discussion: SSUSA's Rocky Mountain Championships 2019

Found this:
FINAL STANDINGS
Men’s 50 Major
1. B&B Drywall/World Gym (KS) - TOC
2. ManCave (TX)
3. KC Vintage (MO)

Men’s 50 AAA
1. Alliance/Scrap Iron (CO) - TOC
2. Maher Homes Nebraska Elite
3. Damage (UT)

Men’s 50 AA
1. Manifest (TX) - TOC
2. Lobos (TX)
3. Team Panthers (UT)

Men’s 55 Major
1. Rock N Legends 9 (TX) - TOC
2. Scrap Iron/Rocky Mountain Thunder (CO)
3. Scrap Iron-Colorado Home Fitness

Men’s 55 AAA
1. KC Renegades (KS) - TOC
2. American Mortgage Pro’s (OK)
3. Los Vatos Viejos (AZ)

Men’s 60 Major
1. Arizona Old School - TOC
2. Arizona Scorpions
3. All American Restoration (MN)

Men’s 55/60 Silver
1. Big Daddy’s Donuts 60 (MO) - TOC (AAA)
2. Scrap Iron Xplosion 60 (CO)
3. Salty Old Dogs 55 (TX)

Men’s 60/65 AA
1. Texas Legends 60 - TOC
2. Romo’s Die Hard 60 (TX)
3. Scrap Iron Rockies 60 (CO)

Men’s 65 Major
1. Scrap Iron High Octane (CO) - TOC
2. Carriage Homes (MO)
3. Gonzalez Insulation (TX)

Men’s 65 AAA
1. KC Kids (KS) - TOC
2. Team Texas (SA)
3. Scrap Iron 5280 (CO)

Men’s 70 Major
1. Scrap Iron Legends (CO) - TOC
2. Tri-State Diamondbacks (NM)

Men’s 70/80 Gold
1. Scrap Iron Red 70 (CO) - TOC (AAA)
2. Scrap Iron Diamonds 70 (CO)
3. San Antonio Legends (TX)

Sept. 1, 2019
Bob21
Topic: Tournaments
Discussion: SSUSA's Rocky Mountain Championships 2019

Men’s 50 Major
1. B&B Drywall/World Gym (KS) - TOC
2. ManCave (TX)
3. KC Vintage (MO)

Men’s 50 AAA
1. Alliance/Scrap Iron (CO) - TOC
2. Maher Homes Nebraska Elite
3. Damage (UT)

Men’s 50 AA
1. Manifest (TX) - TOC
2. Lobos (TX)
3. Team Panthers (UT)
Aug. 29, 2019
Bob21
Topic: Tournaments
Discussion: SSUSA's Rocky Mountain Championships 2019

50AAA??
I think Damage did, not for sure.
I do know Maher Homes Nebraska Elite 50's finished 2nd.
Aug. 27, 2019
Bob21
Topic: Tournaments
Discussion: SSUSA's Rocky Mountain Championships 2019

I know the 55 AAA results:

1. KC Renegades
2. American Mortgage
3. Los Vatos
4. Silver Bullets
July 17, 2019
Bob21
Topic: Tournaments
Discussion: Midwest Championships

As an outfielder, I agree with the above, the outfields were/are Shadow Rock bad. Weeds and bumpy. Standing water in Right Center fence line on Field 5 Sunday for some reason.

Out of the 43 teams in the tourney, 26 were in the 50s, 55s, and 60s and the breakdown by state was:
Missouri 9
Kansas 4 (all close to the KC area)
Oklahoma 4
Nebraska 3
Texas 2
Arkansas 2 (host state)
Wisconsin 1
Illinois 1

Scrap Iron teams come frequently to the KC area for tournaments. With Rogers, too long of a drive and no way to fly without your own plane.
July 16, 2019
Bob21
Topic: Tournaments
Discussion: Midwest Championships

Well run tournament in Rogers, Arkansas this year. The weather cooperated which was unexpected (thought it would be hot and humid, it wasn't so bad). Question for SSUSA, how many more years will it be in Rogers? Only 43 teams in the entire tourney, as the 55 division had only 3 Major (St. Louis, Wisconsin, Texas) and 3 AAA (Omaha, KC, Tulsa) teams, and 50s AAA (Lincoln, St. Louis, KC) had only 3. I understand how the politics of site selection work, but hopefully the MWC comes further north back to the Kansas City/Columbia area to draw more teams in the next contract go-round.
That said, again hats off to people who put the tourney on this past weekend.
Sept. 28, 2018
Bob21
Topic: Bats
Discussion: ASA Bats Not Allowed in Vegas

Player from Oxnard was called out and ejected in our 55M game last week for using the ASA Miken Freak (the same one half our Senior league is using on Mon-Wed). Umpire said (and it was confirmed) that all managers were told of this at the manager's meeting. Don't know why the bat is "illegal" however...
Sept. 3, 2018
Bob21
Topic: Tournaments
Discussion: Softball Venue Review Site- Senior Softball Addict

Great Site. The review sure nailed Shadow Rock!
Sept. 1, 2018
Bob21
Topic: General and miscellaneous
Discussion: Rocky Mountain II

Back to the topic...

The facilities at the Rocky Mountain tourney are some of the best in the country. We played at both the A and B complexes and you wouldn’t know the difference. Infield’s were good, and yes, the grass was a little long in the outfield (and as an outfielder it did make you sprint to the ball...sore legs after each day), but that grass was thick and full and had very few weeds. Can’t say that about the facilities at the Midwest in Rogers, Arkansas (almost Shadow Rock grass fields quality).
Pros of Aurora Sports Complex: Location, fields, room for BP, restrooms, concessions, weather, 320’ fences, thin air, dugouts, etc.
Pro/Con: Heavily patrolled parking lot..lol
Always a good time in Aurora. How only three 55M teams participated was disappointing however. This tourney should be on many more team’s travel list.


Aug. 30, 2018
Bob21
Topic: General and miscellaneous
Discussion: Rocky Mountain tournament

Thanks
Aug. 30, 2018
Bob21
Topic: General and miscellaneous
Discussion: Rocky Mountain tournament

Simple question...Who won the 55M, Scrap Iron or Never Say Never/Big Al’s?
Aug. 28, 2018
Bob21
Topic: Rules of the game
Discussion: what is the rule

Yes Nancy Allen, same game. I play for a different team and we were next up on that field and watched the whole debacle. Yes, it was about 20 minutes and rather strange. We all couldn't believe they flipped a coin. I think it was a fail on the part of the umpire and tourney directors with that situation. But, alas, learning moment (I Hope).
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