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Wednesday, February 6, 2013


South County League Play West Coasters vs San Diego Misfits at Coronado High field

TEAMS NEED PLAYERS--San Diego is a hotbed of amateur baseball at the senior level.  There are 16 teams made up of players 55 years and older, who play on weekends throughout the county. Under the auspices of the North County Mens Senior Baseball League more than 350 players compete in spring/summer leagues.

Memorial Day Tourney winners at UCSD
The NCMSBL has two divisions.  National division, which is more competitive and the American division which is composed of older players or players who wish to play hardball but at a more relaxed level.

Team play begins in March, however, there are opening for players with experience or players who just want to throw the ball around and rekindle an old passion for the national pastime.

Presently, there are openings on both competitive and recreational level teams that play on Sundays.

Palm Springs Tourney play
If you truly understand the difference between hardball and softball and you still have a fire in your belly to hit live hard ball pitching and be part of a league that has real umpires, real uniforms and plays on quality fields—then call:  Doug Johnson, league commissioner 760-644-6725 or Tom Shess, league coordinator at 619 291-9807.  
Or, or
Call ASAP.

NCMSBL plays club baseball, which means it is self-supported (and insured) by players and sponsors and does not receive public monies.

*There is one woman player, who is a starting pitcher playing in the league.

League play North County Indians Vs. Bears

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