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Nov. 26, 2012
Mike C
Topic: General and miscellaneous
Discussion: Thoughts for the upcoming SSUSA Rules Committee meeting!

Hey Tim....have to love being on a board that when you make comments, suggestions you don't get "ripped apart" like those on "The Old Scout", LOL!....

You know, as well as I, that talking rule/game changes on a message board only stays on the message board. With the technology of today why not have regional meetings broadcast back to the directors of the program so voices can be heard without great expense, travel? Just an idea, you know the "Don" would never do such a thing!

In regard to that Winter World final, both loser/winner bracket, some good ball was played. OKI has a nice squad, plays hard, very talented, wondering who was from Kentucky (Louisville area?? I don't believe the spot was a game changer vs Elite. Some good ball was played and both squads left it all between the lines.

I believe these rules are based on the bat technology. Simple solution, design a bat not so hot. Is this technology really necessary in senior ball? Changing the bat protects the pitcher, a true equalizer, will limit the home runs and makes defense even more important when building a quality team. I know I just beat that dead horse again but when will someone wake up and do something about it?


Nov. 25, 2012
Mike C
Topic: General and miscellaneous
Discussion: Thoughts for the upcoming SSUSA Rules Committee meeting!

Is there a separate 50 major plus world?

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