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Discussion: BALLS AND HRS
|Oct. 7, 2009|
|BALLS AND HRS|
Maybe we should use differnt balls for differnt teams, major plus teams should have thier super balls, but the aaa, aa teams hit for average and hit the middle. so maybe we should have the ppr rule and safer balls,
|Oct. 8, 2009|
|Why do guys who play major+ need "super balls"?|
|Oct. 8, 2009|
|Wonder if they are the new "family jewels" of the game.|
The need for Hr's, an ego boost? I wouldn't think they need that. But I have been wrong before.
But going with the different ones for different levels, I'd reverse it. Sock balls (SB12LND -cork inside) for M+ and those 47\550's for AA ... M+ should still be able to hit them out. Done here w\ASA bats at 279".
More teams moving all around (up\down) should make it very interesting let alone, active on here. lol
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