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Nov. 4, 2009
paul alvarez
Topic: Rules of the game
Discussion: pitcher safety thought!

Hi guy's I'm new I'm from austin,tx.50 over pitcher very good topic as a pitcher I don't want to change any rules love the game the way it is,funny to say this since i am the pitcher of my team.I think I found the solution to all this PPR what I notice about the batter's in senior league is they are smart selective the reason for this because how much freedom they have on the plate,stay with me now if you take away the black plate see a pitcher can only do so much the batter knows that he has to hit the plate no matter what that's where the select pitch comes in,take away the plate and go back to the umpire calling the strike zone this will eliminate alot of balls going down the middle,as a pitcher if you have a great excellent pitcher he knows how to pitch to a batter from getting hit down the middle,it's that simple guy's any way's it's nice talking to ya'll guy's bye for now .
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