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Discussion: moving younger team to older team

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Aug. 1, 2010
shortstop33
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moving younger team to older team
I can not believe that you moved the 65 Fla Legends up into the the seventy bracket instead of moving them down. don't you realize that they can beat most teams in the 60's. I would like others opinion on this, I could understand if they were of a lower skill level. Turn Two same skill level? Is there something I'm not smart enough to understand.
Aug. 1, 2010
shortstop33
5 posts
What about the extra game that the fourth seed will have to play in 90 degree weather.
Aug. 1, 2010
shortstop33
5 posts
I will sign off because as they say in my home town, he is dancing, you should have sent them a trophy and there money back and told them there was no one to play. I sure don't want to play a 75 year old team. But I do understand business.
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