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Discussion: 4.3

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Nov. 8, 2011
Capt Kirk
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4.3
Should 4.3 BE REVISED?
IS;
4.3 NUMBER OF PLAYERS ON A TEAM
4.3 (1) MENíS DIVISIONS UNDER AGE 70+ AND
40 - MASTERS
Ten (10) players constitute a team. However, a team may start
a game with no fewer than than nine (9) players. A tenth (10th) player on the roster may be added any time during the game, batting in the last (10th) position. Until the tenth (10th) position is filled, an out will be declared only the first time that position omes to bat.

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4.3 NUMBER OF PLAYERS ON A TEAM
4.3 (1) MENíS DIVISIONS UNDER AGE 70+ AND
40 - MASTERS
Ten (10) players constitute a team. However, a team may start
a game with no fewer than than nine (9) players. A tenth (10th) player on the roster may be added any time during the game, batting in the last (10th) position.
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