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Sept. 7, 2006
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Topic: Tournaments
Discussion: SPA Plano 65 AA

Wow, that was Millers? eems you were mercied by a team twice and fought through the losers bracket only to meet them again in the semi game. You must have beat them the third time to reach the finals. I remember seeing you win four or five games on Saturday to stay alive before I headed back home.

Funny how a team can get on a role and beat anyone. You were sure on one that Saturday afternoon. isn't funny how hitting can become so contagious at time don't you wish you could bottle it?
Sept. 7, 2006
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Topic: Tournaments
Discussion: SPA Plano 65 AA

Blue - I recall a team losing the championship game in Plano 28-0 after two and a half innings a number of years back. Do' not remember them doing alot of complaining. They were happy and proud of finishing second.
Sept. 7, 2006
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Topic: Tournaments
Discussion: SPA Plano 65 AA

Ignore it - NO, Let it pass - YES. It appears SPA met with the manager involved and took a course of action it felt was in best interest of all. So deal with the results. By decision to not play the game YOU were wrong. I think Miller team has been around at least 10 years in 60s and now 65s so maybe they are known to be a honest team who were thinking they were following the rukes. Cut everyone some slack
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