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Oct. 17, 2013
Topic: Tournaments
Discussion: Suspensions

malo 37 thats what i saw as well.the sun was the issue and it was brutal.i think the problems started when the umpires and the director could not make a decision to move or took 10-15 min.the unfair thing was it was the bottom of the inning and the braves already got to hit in the top of the inning with the SAME brutal conditions and were definatly trying to use them to thier advantage.JK only argued to wait till after the inning to switch fields.I happened to be standing next to the braves dugout when the teams started to change fields and one of the braves wives stated talking ended up getting a little out of hand but teammates on each team broke it up.i agree if 95% of the players had nothing to do with it then they should not be banned..i think we are all adults here and the majority of the players had great sportsmanship that i could see. it was a heated championship game with the two best 40 teams in the country.and its is wrong to ban all of them.hopefully senior softball looks into this more and punishes the right guys
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