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Discussion: MY FIRST AND LAST STATEMENT ON HR & PPR
|March 6, 2009|
|MY FIRST AND LAST STATEMENT ON HR & PPR|
I HAVE READ NUMEROUS IDEAS ON THE HR RULE AND THE PPR.
I LOOKED AT THE SPA SITE AND THEY DO NOT HAVE A PPR THAT I SAW, BUT I DID NOTICE THEIR HR RULE FOR 2009. AA AND AAA HAVE 1 & 3 HOME RUNS RESPECTIVELY AND THEN THEY ARE OUTS. IN MAJOR AND MAJOR + THEY HAVE A SET NUMBER OF HOME RUNS AND THEN THEY GO TO A ONE UP RULE. I ACTUALLY LIKE THIS SET UP AS IN AA AND AAA THERE ARE MORE PLACE HITTERS AND THERE SHOULD BE LESS CONSISTANT HR HITTERS. IF YOU HIT MORE CONSISTANT HOME RUNS YOU SHOULD BE PLAYING MAJOR OR MAJOR +.
BY ALLOWING THE ONE UP IN MAJOR AND MAJOR + THE PPR KIND OF TAKES CARE OF ITSELF. IT ALLOWS THE HR HITTERS TO CONTINUE THEIR NATURAL SWING. I HAVE PLAYED MAJOR IN THE PAST BUT I AM NOW A AAA PLAYER. ALSO, MOST HOME RUN HITTERS SEEM TO PULL THE BALL RATHER THEN HITTING HOME RUNS UP THE MIDDLE. THIS WOULD ALLOW THESE HITTERS THEIR NATURAL SWING. WHY NOT TRY THAT FOR A FULL SEASON AND GET RESPONSES?
JUST A THOUGHT.
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