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Oct. 18, 2012
Topic: Rules of the game
Discussion: AAA Home Runs

Home runs were a factor in 60 AAA at Vegas. There was a large difference in power between teams. I like the idea of 3 home runs, 1 up, and then outs. That takes into account weather conditions, etc., as mentioned prior. Let the home run teams and players move up to Major or Major +.
Oct. 11, 2012
Topic: Rules of the game
Discussion: AAA Home Runs

For AAA, home runs more then 3 in a game used to be considered outs. With the merger, this was changed to walks when more then 3 home runs were hit by a team. I would like this changed back to outs when more then 3 home runs are hit by a team in a game. This would help to level the playing field.

Just played in the Vegas tournament at the 60 AAA level. We watched a team hit 9 home runs in the game before us, and then hit 8 home runs against us when we played them in the next game. They were obviously a Major caliber team.

By going back to outs after 3 home runs, this might move some teams (or players) up to Majors.
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