Masters Division Matchmaker

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If you’re 50 or over, did you know you can play for a Masters Division team organized by another city?

That’s right, the World Series Masters Division is open to any player age 50 or above who played during the regular season of any of the 45 NAGAAA member associations. Unlike the A, B, C, and D Divisions, Masters Division teams are considered open-roster with the ability to “pick up” players from any of the other NAGAAA leagues.

In fact, as long as you turn 50 sometime during 2013, you qualify to play in the Masters Division at the 2013 GSWS. For more information, contact NAGAAA Board Member at Large Paula Cline at

Or, feel free to leave your information in the comments section below. If you’re organizing a Masters Division team and looking for pickup players, this is a great way to get the word out.

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