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|Sept. 9, 2005|
Discussion: Why have ratings
It took me a while but I now ask this question. The associations have ratings then change or don't adhere to them. Eastern Nationals Motown was allowed to go up to Major + so they could compete in East vs West in Phoenix. There were no other Major+ teams so they automatically won. We were told they would be Major + the rest of the way. We go to the ISSA and were told they were Major even though as of Aug. 16 the were rated Major+. They won that tournament beating us 21-19 in semi's. Then we go to Des Moines and I now see that Pilcher's who complained out there that they we Major+ won the Western Nationals. I guess it's fitting that they will play each other and one will be a champion. I am the coach of Friedlander 50. Our team pays only for the entrance fee and we just try to play our best. It does get depressing when these unfair situations come up.
|Nov. 24, 2003|
Discussion: Las Vegas Winter Nationals
I agree with all you have written. There definately was a problem with the sun at dusk and in the morning, but what can you do. Even though we received a forfiet from the consolation game, I believe it should have been doble elimination. Pieman Diamond Pro.
|Nov. 24, 2003|
|Topic: Rules of the game|
Discussion: Help on rule
As a pitcher I have on numerous occasions kicked the ball to the first or second baseman. It is quicker then bending over. There is no rule against this. Just imagine if a line drive hit off the pitchers shin and shot over to the firtst baseman. This would be legal.
|Nov. 6, 2003|
|Topic: General and miscellaneous|
Discussion: Eyeglasses and seeing the ball?
I TRIED WEARING GLASSES AND CONTACT LENSES AND COULD NOT STAND IT. I HAD LASIK DONE ON BOTH EYES WITH MONO-VISION. THAT IS ONE EYE SEES CLOSE FOR READING AND THE OTHER SEES DISTANCE. I WOULD HIGHLY RECOMMEND SPENDING THE MONEY AND BE FREE.
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