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Todd Osmundson

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July 13, 2017
Topic: Tournaments
Discussion: Results of the SCSSA Beach Bash 17

The Core is a team that has competed at the major level with very solid defense, decent base hitting and good team chemistry. To understand that we absolutely do not compete at the major plus level is obvious to he most casual observer. You would agree with Bert and and I if you saw us play. It's not a matter of being afraid, (classic juvenile statement) but instead a matter of understanding where we belong, being part of a team with zero budget, composed of good AAA players and decent major players that maybe hit a couple bombs per game (last tourney hit 5 total in the tourney). I totally respect the ability and talent at the major plus level but unfortunately, thats not and never will be this team.

"Find a way to compete at the major plus level". Brilliant!

You know damn well that Summerville didn't come about from a decent major team with no power and zero budget that just worked harder to become a major plus team. We simply put a team together to compete at the Major level that has won a few tournaments because the 2 better teams in the division chose to to hide out and play the system. It is what it is but The Core being bumped up doesn't make the major plus division better. The Core doesn't have a single player that would be picked up by any current major plus teams......period. SSUSA is clueless. Best of luck!!

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