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Sept. 4, 2006
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Topic: Tournaments
Discussion: SPA Plano 65 AA

george. how many 70 majors have you played against? this dude hit the s--- out of the ball and was a very classy first baseman. around the 6'4", 230lbs. size. by what we were being told, he was not the only major on the team, as was in bluestems report. 70 major doesn't drop down to play 65 aaa. why would it be ok if he played down aa? we pay good money to attend these tourneys and trust that spa checks rosters to verify every player is legal. like you said," where is honor?" it is very unprofessional to load up a 65 aa team with major players to win a tourney. it also, sucks.
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