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Dec. 23, 2013
Topic: General and miscellaneous
Discussion: Handicap System

I hope you guys find this as amusing as we did. Two years ago our team was required to give the other team an eleventh man on defense and they were required to give us 5 runs. The TD swore that was the way it was written in the rule book. Does that make sense?
Dec. 22, 2013
Topic: Teams looking for players
Discussion: Looking for a Good Shortstop and a Third Baseman

I feel that the issue of expanding the ages in each
division is pretty much a moot point. It may make good sense philosophically, but it's not going to happen. There will be fewer total teams in most tournaments which means fewer entry fees and less money for the sponsoring organizations. Everything else aside, this is a business and the powers that be are trying to maximize profits.
Does that make sense?
Dec. 20, 2013
Topic: General and miscellaneous
Discussion: Teams leaving SSUSA?

Do you really have to live and die by the home run to win in the major plus division? If you think so, think again. Did anyone notice that the winners of the Major Plus 65 division in Las Vegas didn't come close to hitting their limit of home runs in any game, had ten players and only three of them were healthy. Of course they hit 800+ as a team. There is much more to the division than hitting the long ball.
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