We start to roll about 9am at the Ramada Inn on the east side of Springfield, Illinois.
I will send an email blast this week with final information and ask if anyone wants to meet for supper after the tourney.
I have been working out the 1930 Washington Senators this weekend and they play much like a team from that decade should.
Strengths- they can hit. 7 of starting 8 hit over .300 in 1930.
And, as this photo shows, they are tough.
They can run. 6 of the starting 8 are (F)ast and nobody is (S)low.
They are decent in the field. My starting lineup is fielding 2 and can go to a 1 with one change (but it is the cleanup hitter).
They can hold they own on the mound.
Weakness: no bullpen
This hampers pinch hitting for the pitchers spot, but it is the 1930s so one cannot typically expect much.