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Nov. 4, 2008
duke1953
Men's 50
16 posts
ratings
why is it that major teams are still aaa teams in arizona were hitting 15 to 16 homeruns a game for singles. They were getting thier five runs an inning with one or no outs then scoring a ton of runs in open innings.
Nov. 5, 2008
leftie
Men's 50
41 posts
That's because Senior Softball ratings are totally unbiased
and well thought out..Sort of like the pitcher protection rule.
Nov. 6, 2008
pete13ia
Men's 50
16 posts
duke1953
Who were these monster/major teams? We played 50AAA in Az. and didn't see any teams that were hitting 15 to 16 homeruns a game for singles and getting thier five runs an inning with one or no outs then scoring a ton of runs in open innings. Thank goodness we didn't play any of those teams we would have gotten our fanny's spanked.
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