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Dec. 17, 2013
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SSUSA staff
Could you describe rules for being able to play in the AA AAA MAJOR MAJOR+ divisions? All that I see that divides each is Homerun allotments? Dont see anywhere that rating an individuals skill level has anything to do with it. So if a person comes into SSUSA as a AA player and obides by those rules he can stay there , correct.If that person is too GOOD do you bump his whole team up.
Dec. 17, 2013
Men's 65
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Not staff, but I'll take a stab at it. If I do it wrong Dave err 'staff' please correct me.
1st off your age as compared to bracket, obvious....
Then you could say who you have played with if you have a senior history of playing here or SPA for example within last 2 years or so and what lever that was at.
Take AA for example... say a person wants to play for a team that is rated currently at AA. Team wants or needs a few players to add to in order to go to say Reno. Team already has players rated at various levels over the years so YOUR highest level played will factor in there with them. Team can only have I BELIEVE 3 players higher than AA. Or they move up.
I'm sure other factor may be involved but who you played for and at which levels will bake a difference. Not sure about the M and M+ on how many they can add but they can't go down but one level I believe. They can go up but it stays with them and could easily cause a lower team to move up should they play with them.

Hope its at least close to accurate.
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