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Discussion: all world selectios vegas

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Oct. 8, 2004
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all world selectios vegas
As far as I am concerned jerry jackson is a tremendous addition to then ss-usa, what a wonderful job he did.
just a question to the powers that be. because a team finishes out of the money (top three). does this mean a player shouldn't be picked to the all world team. I have a player who was 21/for 23 9 home runs and 31 rbi and cannot get an all world selection. To me this is unfair at the meeting and in all of the news releases p-rior to the start of the tournament selections would include the top three and more. what happened to the more we finished fourth and don't have a player on the all star or all world team. not right , not with those stats. if it is a matter of getting an award package I will pay for it but Al Dreschler deserves all world status, please review.
Oct. 14, 2004
Men's 70
24 posts
It is admirable that you support your players but have you considered that a third place team has just two selections and the third player on the third place team could have hit and fielded better then your guy? What can one do to this player beside hyping him on this board?
Oct. 17, 2004
113 posts
it is a world tourn.the best players should be on the team,providing that their team did well.i think 4th place only being beaten by the top 2 teams is doing well.if the tourn.had score keepers than maybe the director would make an effort in picking an all star's stats speak for themselves and i bet the top 2 teams would agree he should have been selected.congrats to top guns for the great tourn. and to all the teams for the great competition
Oct. 18, 2004
stig 52
Men's 50
46 posts
Some associations take care of players better than others. SPA has all world first and second team with players from 1st thru 4th place and every team gets a teams MVP defense and offense metals to award.
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