Very rarely did family men play more then one or two league nights.
Most played less when their kids got to the sports age..but they still played some.
On the baby boomers issue... from 1946-1964 there was 76 million boomers born.
That equals 4 million per year.
In 2016 there were 3.95 million births in America.. plus..around a million immigrants..so the total numbers are about that same..if not more now.
Using the lose of boomers in my view is just looking for an excuse...
There is no doubt there are millions of more people in America enjoying outdoor recreation compared to say 1990...the questions should be at this and every usssa convention .why did softball lose its luster and what measurable ways can we try to grow it again?
Again...does anyone know what day the time usssa has scheduled the meeting on..
The over all state of the national game, how we got here, where we want to go and measurable ways to get there.
Dan4, it should be easy for you to find out when that meeting is..your grandpa is one of the big movers and shakers right now...maybe he can call that new player on his team that uncle Steve pissed off by throwing his helmet;-)..if he says there isn’t going to be a meeting like that..
Maybe your grandpa can GOAT him into getting his buddy to set one up.