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Discussion: Unfair reclassification

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Dec. 9, 2013
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Unfair reclassification
I have been playing in So. Cal. on a team that is made up of all rec ball players from our local league. We have played in numerous tornies as AAA and are not competitive. Why is it that George Moreno says there is not enough info to move us down to AA, even though he knows we can't win. But it would be alright for us to fold because we can not win anywhere in AAA. Our players do not want to continue to go to any tournaments just to lose, lose, lose. What would it hurt to move us and other teams like us down. The worst that would happen is we might win a game or two. If we should actually win a tourney, we could be moved back up. Why do we have to QUIT to be noticed.
Dec. 10, 2013
Men's 65
4549 posts
If you've played in at least 3 events at that level and have all your scores etc etc get the info together in a nice package and if possible a note from some umpires as well and submit a reclassification request. the form is listed under forms above.
You can't really expect them to automatically move you unless its up.
Get the ducks in the rows and try again in you haven't done it.
Alternative is Marvs or NCSSA and the one on the coast. If your not familiar with it contact me I'll sent you the info.

BTW what team are you speaking about, I know most of them. Name it in the email.
Also I played with Showtime in Dec 08 down there, and Titans in same event cause they lost their pitcher...That was a trip. Had my truck wreck in the parking lot.
Dec. 10, 2013
Men's 65
202 posts
Look at your average runs per game vs. the opposition's runs per game. That's a big factor in their ratings.
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