Tim Morris started his police softball career at age 20 when he played for the Orange County Sheriff team at the 1980 California Police Olympics. Tim ended up roaming the outfield for the Sheriffs for 25 years. During that time his team won countless medals in the open and seniors divisions. After playing for 25 years, Tim joined the SoCal Alliance in 2005. Since Tim joined the Alliance, he has hit over .700. In 2007, at age 47, Tim once again hit over .700 for the season and was named co-MVP of the 2007 World Series. In 2008 at age 48 when many players are slowing down, Tim was named All-Tourney for the Bacon Ball Vegas and the USSSA Law Enforcement Championship.