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Discussion: One more time on 1 and 1 count
|Jan. 6, 2013|
|One more time on 1 and 1 count|
After completion of the survey,it will be very interesting to see if SSUSA will use the data provided. By that, I am referring to the significant difference between the survey results for those under 60 versus those over 60. Current data shows that 59% of those under 60 favor the 1 and 1. I hope they listen to the respondents and will consider trying the 1 and 1 for those that support it. By the way, I would not give a courtesy foul with 1 and 1.
|Jan. 6, 2013|
|Our league (SASSL), we have 50's, 60's, 65's, 70's, & 75's divisions. We are currently using the 0-0 pitch count and over the years we have used the 1-1 pitch count, but we seem to always go back to 0-0 pitch count. I agree I would like to see games go a full 7 innings, the 1-1 count may speed up the game enough to allow that. I am in favor of a courtesy foul. |
Note; We have some exception to our rules, like allowing 11 defensive players for 70's+, why not allow the 40's, 50's, & 55's team use the 1-1 pitch count.
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