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Aug. 30, 2008
busdriver
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I ASKED FOR A RERATE AND GOT MY ANSWER, ITS NOT THAT SINCE MOVING UP WE ARE 1-12 ITS THAT WE DONT LOSES BY ENOUGHT RUNS, WELL I GOT MY ANSWER
Aug. 30, 2008
Stretch14
Men's 50
189 posts
One more time!
Aug. 31, 2008
grumpy55
Men's 60
102 posts
If I am understanding it right, this team was rerated up and are now 1-12. He filed to be rerated back to where they were and was denied do to the fact they are losing their games by only a few runs each time. I beleve if you are a plus 6 or better, the powers can rerate you up even if you do not win anything. Just curious on what the ruling is to be rerated down. I am sure other teams have this problem also. Maybe the powers or someone could explain this. Am only guessing if this is what busdriver is tring to say.
Aug. 31, 2008
stattad
Men's 65
178 posts
My last team was moved up after finishing 2nd in a few tournaments, but not winning anything. We appealed, and found that we averaged losing by over 7 runs a game for 2 years, but they held tough.

They were finally re-rated after they got pounded in AAA for some time. So I'm not buying the 6-run rule.
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