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Discussion: Kicked Out of Softball
|Aug. 12, 2007|
|Kicked Out of Softball|
If you are "AVERAGE" player who happens to be on a team who wins a tournament in the 55 AA or AAA. Is your playing career over because you are forced up and are not good enough to play on a Major or Major+ team. Maybe this is why teams are dwindling and there are SO FEW TEAMS in the Major and Major+ divisions. Shouldn't you be able to play SOMEWHERE. Why can't an individual play at a level where he can compete (not be a star). Why can't he play on a lower level 50 or 55. I just think some of these rules need to be revisited. Just trying to get some thought and discussion on the matter.
|Aug. 12, 2007|
|You don't have to move up. It's the team that has to move up if more then a stated amount of players stay on the team which differs with each rating organization. If you can find a lessor team to play with you can do it. Each year is a different year unless you are on the impact player list (if it exists).|
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