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Discussion: Player classification

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Feb. 16, 2014
526 posts
Player classification
If I play 70 AAA on my regular team, it is my understanding I could also play on a 65AAA team.

Question: If I am like a super sub for the 65AAA and only play in a few tournaments when they are short handed and in one of those they win big and get moved up to Major: Would that knock me off my regular 70AAA team????
Feb. 16, 2014
277 posts
If you are a scorekeeper and on the roster of a 65 AAA team you are considered a 65 AAA player.

So if that team gets moved to MAJOR..that roster gets moved to major and if you are on it, you get moved to major.

You would have to check the rule "on major players allowed" going up but I do think you would not be eligible for your 70 AAA team.

If it was the other way around 70 MAJOR on a 65 AAA team, I believe as long as your 65 AAA team does not exceed the limit of 70 major players allowed you would be ok.

I am certain there are others on this site that can better explain it, however if you are just coaching third and on that team's roster, you get the same rating as the full time players.

Feb. 16, 2014
Men's 65
29 posts
I'm dealing with this issue on my team. We got a guy who played on a major team. He quit over lack of player time. Team never removed him from roster. Were moved up to major+. Now we are trying to get this headache resolved. Guy just wants to play ball on our AAA team. We have another guy who just filled in on a major team in SPA because team did not play SPA that year but played SSUSA as AAA & ISSA as AA. Now he's considered a major player.

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