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Range Oldtimers Softball League gears up, discusses possibility of co-ed play

 

Ian Minielly/Daily Globe

RANDA FIELD, near the Hiawatha statue and Manny's restaurant is already empty of snow and ready for some ball. The Oldtimers League managers met on Wednesday in the leagues first official meeting of the year and began the process of addressing rule changes, adding new teams, and figuring out tournament dates.

By IAN MINIELLY

iminielly@yourdailyglobe.com

IRONWOOD - Like a scene straight out of a Mario Puzo book, the skippers of the Range Oldtimers Softball League circled around three square tables Wednesday evening at the Aurora Club to discuss the upcoming season. Currently the league consists of seven teams, but a potential eighth team manager was present at the initial meeting.

Jim Kuker, Rigoni's manager, held sway and moderated the meeting of the grizzled veteran coaches. Last year's end of season tourney was rained out and then unable to be rescheduled due to endless conflicts, so the manag...



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