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Discussion: 55 Super Major Re-Classifications

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March 5, 2009
Sweet P
Men's 60
168 posts
55 Super Major Re-Classifications
This is phillip Cobbs from the West Coast All Stars, our team has been re-classified as a 55 Major Plus team, despite not finishing above 4th place in any tournament in 2008 and loosing 3 of our top hitters to other teams (super major). Something is NOT Right!!!!!!
We are attempting to work with SS-USA to correct this problem, we will let you how it goes.
March 5, 2009
salio2k
Men's 60
548 posts
Give it a try Phillip........after all, you are the West Coast All Stars!
March 5, 2009
Sweet P
Men's 60
168 posts
Sal, how can a team like Master Collision that one a World Tournament in 2008 be dropped to Major. But our team that didn't when one tournament or finish above 4th place in 2008 and looses 3 top players to boot, be bumped to Super Major. I am swaiting for someone to actually explain their rationale for this move......
March 5, 2009
Ken
Men's 55
462 posts
Phil,

Could you send me your email address at klange11@verizon.net. I have something that I would like to discuss with you which might be to both or our benefit. Thanks.

Ken Lange
Double Nickel
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