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Jan. 31, 2013
melvin13
Topic: General and miscellaneous
Discussion: Reclassifying Teams

Yes we won the TOC, played against 3 Major plus teams, by the way all three teams were merged teams, from Multiple States, we are from Rochester, and one Monster who you all are talking about, and yes he even shaves his arms....

On to the comments, we dont back down, we go to the tourny's on a year to year basis, Should we spend $10000.00 to go to Vegas or some other tournament to play against 1 team? did that in Myrtle beach. and won the US National Championships......does that make us better or worse? dont know. we just play

The plus rating is a joke....period. We play against a major team, Metro Stars a solid major team and have to give them 5 runs or another defensive player because no one else won a tournament and is ranked?

We play hard, as the Staff member said , we go to the Tournaments as a plus team and get beat by good major teams, these teams that we can play with, on an equal field, and even beat them.

We are just a bunch of guys who love the game, play "wicked hard", and beat some good Major teams along the way.

Congrats to ROchester50-Genesee Cream Ale out of Rochester, NY - my team, for being the ISSA World Tournament of Champions "CHAMPION".
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