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, July 4, 2016
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Topic: Tournaments
Discussion: Northeast Championships scheduling

Happy 4th dave! I should have known this but missed the golf tourney invite again. Champ deserves the compassion meted out. His wife Terri was a sweetheart. maybe they could add a couple players for their 5 game saturday!! what do you think??
, July 4, 2016
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Topic: Tournaments
Discussion: Northeast Championships scheduling

is it a common practice to have a team enter a three day tournament and not be scheduled
for Friday prelims but rather play their first prelim on saturday?? ie: the 60 major in syracuse??? either undue hardship or pandering??--neither of which meets ssUSA standards
, June 26, 2016
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Topic: General and miscellaneous
Discussion: why won't SSUSA show teams entered ?

Northeast (Syracuse) showing teams now(50). that was quick! 9am -7pm posts
, June 26, 2016
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Topic: General and miscellaneous
Discussion: why won't SSUSA show teams entered ?

Northeast deadline the 24th still doesn't show teams either. what up with ssusa?? say one thing do another???
, Oct. 29, 2014
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Topic: General and miscellaneous
Discussion: Team move-ups

How is it obvious that the Rochester Merchants were in the wrong level at 60AAA when they can only get together for one SSUSA event since their participation in the 2013 Northeast Championships where they got slapped around at the 60major level by a margin of 55-20 in two games. In addition, their roster is now missing their two home run hitters. I think there might be an overzealous determination to move some teams to the major level without a sufficient amount of reflective data!! or too much biased subjective opinion. Not a problem if we get moved down after just one tourney. ... but when does that ever happen.
, Oct. 29, 2014
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Topic: General and miscellaneous
Discussion: Team move-ups

SSUSA Staff
you are incorrect stating no teams get moved up after one tournament. The Rochester Merchants were moved up to 60Major after winning the Northeast Championships in Syracuse. That was the first SSUSA tournament they played in the 60AAA. The reason given was the 5.8 run margin of victory but that was skewed by one game(29-13).We won the final by one run. How fair is that!! We did appeal based on this fact and were denied. p.s. we hit three homeruns in 6 games
, Aug. 20, 2014
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Topic: General and miscellaneous
Discussion: Prayers for my son

Kenny,
Our thoughts and prayers go out to your son.
Pace/Rochester Merchants.
, Nov. 19, 2013
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Topic: Website comments
Discussion: Al Dreschler - Pace Softball - Suddenly Passed Away

Al Drechsler #33,
We will miss you so . You have been the leader on our team both on and off the field.
http://www.nysusssa.com/hall-of-fame/inductees/male-player/Alan-Dreschsler.htm

may you rest in peace now Al
Love
#7 and the PACE team
, Aug. 9, 2013
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Topic: Tournaments
Discussion: Eastern National Championships 2013 updates

surf88..I play with Coop in our town league and he's still got it. I'm trying to convince him to play in the Northest
Champioships(probably against the Syracuse merchants).I read this board alot and mention to him about your posts. He talks highly about his times in Colorado. I'll pass along your greetings.
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