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|, May 26, 2017|
|Topic: General and miscellaneous|
Discussion: Runs for lower ranking teams
When playing lower rated teams, I think they should have to earn those five runs, not just be given to them. They can keep scoring in any inning until a maximum of five extra runs have been scored during the game. For example, inning one they score seven, that's two runs toward the five. Or they can score ten that inning to get the extra five runs per game. Make them earn it. Because the higher ranked team is already limited to the lower ranked run limit per inning and must abide by the lower ranked home run rules. It's a double "penalty" plus giving them 5 runs. I'd like to see some statistics on these games. Seems like Major teams beat MP teams 75% of the time under the current format.
|, May 21, 2015|
Overall I think a great job is done in scheduling these tournaments, especially when you have to scramble due to weather postponements. Kudos to Tim and staff for getting it all in at the ACC Championships this past weekend in Loudoun. However, none of the teams in the ACC liked the "IF" game as originally scheduled after a 1 game wait. It should be back to back. Typically, it always has been that way. Teams are warmed up, ready to go, then they were scheduled to wait at least 1 game. After a long weekend, it's difficult to get guys over 50 primed up and ready to play! Just sayin'.
|, May 28, 2012|
|Topic: Players looking to join a team|
Discussion: Looking for a team this weekend and beyond
MJ- I'll call you tomorrow. I'm looking for a pitcher for the remainder of the year, if the fit is right.
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