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Discussion: Teams to beat in 60's AAA or Who you don't want to see in your first bracket game.

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Sept. 21, 2013
local
120 posts
Teams to beat in 60's AAA or Who you don't want to see in your first bracket game.
A few of the teams from the West coast that should do well ( if injury free)? OTE, R&R 60's, Last Call, and for sure Bay Supporters 60's. But with 39 teams anything can happened !!! What teams are coming from the East, Midwest and South that can ruin your day ???
Sept. 21, 2013
softball4b
Men's 60
706 posts
Oh you mean who is sandbagging???????? OTE...LOL, Good Luck guys.
Sept. 21, 2013
REF 34
Men's 60
10 posts
SSUSA, With teams in the 60 AAA being put into pods for bracket play, How will the Pods be decided,Will team numbers 1-20 be in the American Pod and Teams 21-39 in the National Pod or will that be decided by another method.
Sept. 21, 2013
SSUSA Staff
1008 posts
Teams will be ranked (seeded) from top to bottom, #1 through #39, following pool play Friday morning ... The #1 overall ranked team will be seeded #A1, the #2 overall ranked team will be seeded #N1, #3 overall will be #A2, #4 overall will be #N2, and so on, back and forth between the pods, until they are filled ... The #39 (and last) overall ranked team will be seeded #A20, the last seed in the American Pod ...

The pods will remain separate until we are down to six (6) teams on Sunday after the 8:00 AM Elimination Bracket games ... At that point, crossover games between the pod "survivors" will commence to play out on Championship Sunday ...

Pool play seeding games are randomly generated across all 39 teams, based on geography, to create match-ups against opponents from other parts of the country that teams may not play regularly, if at all, during the season ... Seeding into the respective pods will be determined exclusively by the teams, based upon their performance in the Friday morning games ...

This method will be adopted for many of the larger groups to slightly reduce the number of games burden on teams that may find themselves facing 12-14 games in a row over Saturday afternoon/evening and Sunday ...

Good luck everybody! ...

Sept. 21, 2013
Omar Khayyam
958 posts
Very creative bracketing. I like it. Let's see how players like it after the tourney is over.
Sept. 21, 2013
REF 34
Men's 60
10 posts
Thanks for the quick answer and the great job that the whole SSUSA Staff does. I am not sure if everyone realizes the the work and prep that goes into doing these schedules. Thanks for the great job that you all do. Good Luck to all Teams
Sept. 22, 2013
JamesLG
295 posts

Aero Glass is at the top of the heap.
Sept. 23, 2013
EMJ
6 posts
Watch out for the Fountian Valley Outlaws.......they are loaded.
Sept. 23, 2013
hector
Men's 60
13 posts
I'd like to think my team will be competitive,
Stefco Silver Stix.
A core of us won 55AA last year in Vegas.
Looking forward to meeting new teams & player's.
Sept. 23, 2013
taits
Men's 65
4253 posts
Warren H. has always had good teams, I wish I could meet up with him again, but can't get there until Mon. am.
Sept. 23, 2013
hector
Men's 60
13 posts
Hi Scott. Are you at the Huntsman this year?
I'm leaving Vegas Mon., am but I will be playing both weeks in Utah (60 & 55).
Sept. 24, 2013
taits
Men's 65
4253 posts
Got a note from Warren, however I'n not going there or playing in Vegas. Will rep for the GCS bats in Vegas. Mon the 30th at BLD and Tues at Doc Romeo. However will only get one bat and I don't know what weight. Though I requested at least 3 different ones.
Many good teams in the 3A bracket.
St G is the best place I know of to play ball.
Sept. 25, 2013
softball4b
Men's 60
706 posts
Is it true that at least one of the FV Outlaws sometime plays on a 55 Major team playing against 55 Major plus teams?
Sept. 25, 2013
softball4b
Men's 60
706 posts
Of course this is the same guy who want having a cocktail or 2 after a local league game, swore that he saw a guy in full leathers galloping a horse in the outfield.
Sept. 25, 2013
EMJ
6 posts
Did that horse have a rider that was headless.............
Sept. 25, 2013
DonB
36 posts
Hey Warren,try to get your hands on the GSC P413 senior bat.That is one of the bats I have talk to you about.Let me know how it hits.Good luck on all of the tournaments your playing in.Next year I should have their senior and their new 1.20 thumb print bats.

Don
Sept. 26, 2013
surf88
Men's 60
845 posts
Warren: I will have a P-413 with me to show. Playing 55AAA and 60AAA. Seek me out. (970) 729-3145. Ed
Sept. 26, 2013
DonB
36 posts
Hey Warren I talked to Jason Martnick from GSC yesterday.He sent you an email about getting together to hit the P413 senior bat while your in Vegas this weekend. His cell number is (949) 702-3880.

Good Luck
Don
Sept. 29, 2013
bergy12000
2 posts
Does anyone know who is playing in the final today?
Sept. 30, 2013
Stefco 7
4 posts
Congrats to the Fossils, they beat us (Stefco Silver Stix) in the 60AAA finals.
A great bunch of guy's & a well deserved win.
Sept. 30, 2013
mad dog
Men's 60
3921 posts
congrats fossils.....also to stefco....we played ya's in the first elim game(texas lonestars)we had a real good game,to bad the umps weren't up to par for us....and before anyone says anything,they were bad for both sides.......
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