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Dec. 7, 2008
Ohio wheels
Topic: General and miscellaneous
Discussion: 2009 Tournaments

I'm sorry SSUSA staff. You have to get the scores posted in 2 weeks max. In my job, if you don't have your work done, you don't go to conventions. Get on the ball. ISSA and SPA do a way better job of that.
Dec. 7, 2008
Ohio wheels
Topic: General and miscellaneous
Discussion: 2009 Tournaments

Wow! Way past a month late and no scores posted for Ft.Myers. Pretty sad. Wish we could be this late with paying for tournaments.
Dec. 2, 2005
Ohio wheels
Topic: General and miscellaneous
Discussion: All Tournament Selection

Try this guys. For all tourney teams, first calculate the batting average. Then adjust for defense in the following way: a hit 'stolen' by great defense is just like another hit at the plate. Example: If a shortstop has 3 hits in 5 plate appearances, plus he makes a truly great play on a grounder in the hole at short to steal a hit, then adjust his average to 4 for 5. But if that same shortstop makes an error on a routine ball, subtract 1 hit. He is now back to 3 for 5.
The theory is this: either you get a hit or you steal one from the opposition. Both count. Defense then gets its due. But you have to make ALL the routine plays or else the errors count against you.
As a defensive guy, I get tired of .600 hitters who are lousy fielders getting tabbed all tournament when ther make errors or let balls drop in front of them.
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