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|Oct. 15, 2012|
|Topic: Rules of the game|
Discussion: AAA Home Runs
Honestly, I would like less HRs per game or adding another division that caters to defense and speed (yeah, I know some call that AA - ha!).
Don't get me wrong, if a guy can hit 5 out, I say GOD bless him, but let him do it a higher level of play. There is no luck involved when someone hits more than two out in a game, so teams know that they should be playing up.
The enhancements in bats and liberal substitution rules have made this game geared towards the HR hitter. It should be of no surprise that teams are loading up on this talent, while avoiding playing at the higher levels. Some say this is what needs to be done in order to remain competitive, but is that really true? Or has the system created a potential nightmare in the years to come?
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