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Re: ASSL: Post Season Teams Include Two Wildcards

Thomas Battiato
 

Okay. However, my suggestion was that we might consider keeping the divisions, but that we play more games with ones divisional opponents than with the teams outside the division, just as MLB does. I suggested one set of numbers that easily comes out to 162, but it can be adjusted.

Do you also oppose that idea, and if so, could you explain why? Thank you!


-----Original Message-----
From: Mike Eliyas via groups.io <Eliyas@...>
To: ASSL <ASSL@groups.io>
Sent: Sun, Apr 19, 2020 5:34 pm
Subject: Re: [ASSL] ASSL: Post Season Teams Include Two Wildcards

I am just not convinced it will improve things now if you want to add playoff teams I can go for that anything that includes no divisions I am against


-----Original Message-----
From: Thomas Battiato via groups.io <Dodger300@...>
To: ASSL <ASSL@groups.io>
Sent: Sun, Apr 19, 2020 2:30 pm
Subject: Re: [ASSL] ASSL: Post Season Teams Include Two Wildcards

Why, Mike? Please explain to help me understand your reasons. Thank you!


-----Original Message-----
From: Mike Eliyas via groups.io <Eliyas@...>
To: ASSL <ASSL@groups.io>
Sent: Sun, Apr 19, 2020 4:39 pm
Subject: Re: [ASSL] ASSL: Post Season Teams Include Two Wildcards

I am against both ideas


-----Original Message-----
From: John Anderson via groups.io <andjohn1961@...>
To: ASSL <ASSL@groups.io>
Sent: Sun, Apr 19, 2020 01:32 PM
Subject: Re: [ASSL] ASSL: Post Season Teams Include Two Wildcards


If you play an unbalanced schedule determining the wild cards has the same problem.  You're comparing the records of teams who played different schedules.  Better to eliminate divisions.

John Anderson


On Apr 19, 2020, at 3:01 PM, Thomas Battiato via groups.io <Dodger300@...> wrote:

A question that I've always wondered about:

1. We play as balanced a schedule as possible to get to 162, with everyone playing 9 teams x 10 games (90) each, and 8 teams x 9 games each (72). It doesn't matter whether or not a team is in our division.

So why do we even have divisions? Why not let the five best teams into the post-season? 

I don't understand why Harper's Ferry, which is going to finish plus or minus five games ahead of Czech, but is not in the playoffs. The better team is punished because of the other teams in its division are great. Czech is only in playoffs because the teams in his division are worse, even though it won quite a bit fewer games against than Harper's Ferry against an identical schedule. (Not singling out either of these tems, they just happen to be the teams in the bubble teams this year.)

2. I think that if we are going to continue with 3 divisions that the schedule should reflect that. Play the 5 teams in our division x 18 (90), the 12 non-division teams x 6 (72) = 162. Then a division championship would really mean something because we played different schedules. Czech would deserve to be in instead of Harper's Ferry if they end up with the same records they did this year, but played completely different schedules.

3. So, I am making a proposed change for next year that we play an unbalanced schedule.

Tom


-----Original Message-----
From: Steven Galbraith via groups.io <stevemgalbraith@...>
To: assl <assl@groups.io>
Sent: Sat, Apr 18, 2020 9:18 am
Subject: [ASSL] ASSL: Post Season Teams Include Two Wildcards

Sorry, I should have made this clear so that the post seasons teams can better prepare. The league constitution/rules is in the groups file section.

From the constitution:

                          III - POSTSEASON SETUP
1) Each division winner plus the teams with the fourth and fifth best overall records (wildcards) will make the post-season.
A) The team with the best overall record will receive a first round bye. Meanwhile, the two wildcard winners play a best-of-seven. The remaining two teams – winners of the other two divisions - will play each other in the other semi-finals also in a best of seven.
B) The winner of the wildcard series will then face the team with the best overall record. The winner of the other semi-finals will play the winner of that series.






Re: ASSL: Post Season Teams Include Two Wildcards

John Anderson
 

Where did anyone propose to add playoff teams?  

John Anderson 


On Apr 19, 2020, at 4:34 PM, Mike Eliyas via groups.io <Eliyas@...> wrote:


I am just not convinced it will improve things now if you want to add playoff teams I can go for that anything that includes no divisions I am against


-----Original Message-----
From: Thomas Battiato via groups.io <Dodger300@...>
To: ASSL <ASSL@groups.io>
Sent: Sun, Apr 19, 2020 2:30 pm
Subject: Re: [ASSL] ASSL: Post Season Teams Include Two Wildcards

Why, Mike? Please explain to help me understand your reasons. Thank you!


-----Original Message-----
From: Mike Eliyas via groups.io <Eliyas@...>
To: ASSL <ASSL@groups.io>
Sent: Sun, Apr 19, 2020 4:39 pm
Subject: Re: [ASSL] ASSL: Post Season Teams Include Two Wildcards

I am against both ideas


-----Original Message-----
From: John Anderson via groups.io <andjohn1961@...>
To: ASSL <ASSL@groups.io>
Sent: Sun, Apr 19, 2020 01:32 PM
Subject: Re: [ASSL] ASSL: Post Season Teams Include Two Wildcards


If you play an unbalanced schedule determining the wild cards has the same problem.  You're comparing the records of teams who played different schedules.  Better to eliminate divisions.

John Anderson


On Apr 19, 2020, at 3:01 PM, Thomas Battiato via groups.io <Dodger300@...> wrote:

A question that I've always wondered about:

1. We play as balanced a schedule as possible to get to 162, with everyone playing 9 teams x 10 games (90) each, and 8 teams x 9 games each (72). It doesn't matter whether or not a team is in our division.

So why do we even have divisions? Why not let the five best teams into the post-season? 

I don't understand why Harper's Ferry, which is going to finish plus or minus five games ahead of Czech, but is not in the playoffs. The better team is punished because of the other teams in its division are great. Czech is only in playoffs because the teams in his division are worse, even though it won quite a bit fewer games against than Harper's Ferry against an identical schedule. (Not singling out either of these tems, they just happen to be the teams in the bubble teams this year.)

2. I think that if we are going to continue with 3 divisions that the schedule should reflect that. Play the 5 teams in our division x 18 (90), the 12 non-division teams x 6 (72) = 162. Then a division championship would really mean something because we played different schedules. Czech would deserve to be in instead of Harper's Ferry if they end up with the same records they did this year, but played completely different schedules.

3. So, I am making a proposed change for next year that we play an unbalanced schedule.

Tom


-----Original Message-----
From: Steven Galbraith via groups.io <stevemgalbraith@...>
To: assl <assl@groups.io>
Sent: Sat, Apr 18, 2020 9:18 am
Subject: [ASSL] ASSL: Post Season Teams Include Two Wildcards

Sorry, I should have made this clear so that the post seasons teams can better prepare. The league constitution/rules is in the groups file section.

From the constitution:

                          III - POSTSEASON SETUP
1) Each division winner plus the teams with the fourth and fifth best overall records (wildcards) will make the post-season.
A) The team with the best overall record will receive a first round bye. Meanwhile, the two wildcard winners play a best-of-seven. The remaining two teams – winners of the other two divisions - will play each other in the other semi-finals also in a best of seven.
B) The winner of the wildcard series will then face the team with the best overall record. The winner of the other semi-finals will play the winner of that series.






Re: ASSL '80: Week/Series #34 Play File

Jim Farmer
 

Silver City lost the first game and then remembered who they were playing and take the final 3 games from Valdosta.

Best of luck to all the playoff teams and a BIG thanks to Steven for another enjoyable season!

Cheers,
Jim (Valdosta)

On Friday, April 17, 2020, 4:34:23 PM GMT-4, Steven Galbraith via groups.io <stevemgalbraith@...> wrote:


Week/Series #34 final regular season play file attached. Results due Wednesday.

Re: ASSL: Post Season Teams Include Two Wildcards

Mike Eliyas
 

I am just not convinced it will improve things now if you want to add playoff teams I can go for that anything that includes no divisions I am against


-----Original Message-----
From: Thomas Battiato via groups.io <Dodger300@...>
To: ASSL <ASSL@groups.io>
Sent: Sun, Apr 19, 2020 2:30 pm
Subject: Re: [ASSL] ASSL: Post Season Teams Include Two Wildcards

Why, Mike? Please explain to help me understand your reasons. Thank you!


-----Original Message-----
From: Mike Eliyas via groups.io <Eliyas@...>
To: ASSL <ASSL@groups.io>
Sent: Sun, Apr 19, 2020 4:39 pm
Subject: Re: [ASSL] ASSL: Post Season Teams Include Two Wildcards

I am against both ideas


-----Original Message-----
From: John Anderson via groups.io <andjohn1961@...>
To: ASSL <ASSL@groups.io>
Sent: Sun, Apr 19, 2020 01:32 PM
Subject: Re: [ASSL] ASSL: Post Season Teams Include Two Wildcards


If you play an unbalanced schedule determining the wild cards has the same problem.  You're comparing the records of teams who played different schedules.  Better to eliminate divisions.

John Anderson


On Apr 19, 2020, at 3:01 PM, Thomas Battiato via groups.io <Dodger300@...> wrote:

A question that I've always wondered about:

1. We play as balanced a schedule as possible to get to 162, with everyone playing 9 teams x 10 games (90) each, and 8 teams x 9 games each (72). It doesn't matter whether or not a team is in our division.

So why do we even have divisions? Why not let the five best teams into the post-season? 

I don't understand why Harper's Ferry, which is going to finish plus or minus five games ahead of Czech, but is not in the playoffs. The better team is punished because of the other teams in its division are great. Czech is only in playoffs because the teams in his division are worse, even though it won quite a bit fewer games against than Harper's Ferry against an identical schedule. (Not singling out either of these tems, they just happen to be the teams in the bubble teams this year.)

2. I think that if we are going to continue with 3 divisions that the schedule should reflect that. Play the 5 teams in our division x 18 (90), the 12 non-division teams x 6 (72) = 162. Then a division championship would really mean something because we played different schedules. Czech would deserve to be in instead of Harper's Ferry if they end up with the same records they did this year, but played completely different schedules.

3. So, I am making a proposed change for next year that we play an unbalanced schedule.

Tom


-----Original Message-----
From: Steven Galbraith via groups.io <stevemgalbraith@...>
To: assl <assl@groups.io>
Sent: Sat, Apr 18, 2020 9:18 am
Subject: [ASSL] ASSL: Post Season Teams Include Two Wildcards

Sorry, I should have made this clear so that the post seasons teams can better prepare. The league constitution/rules is in the groups file section.

From the constitution:

                          III - POSTSEASON SETUP
1) Each division winner plus the teams with the fourth and fifth best overall records (wildcards) will make the post-season.
A) The team with the best overall record will receive a first round bye. Meanwhile, the two wildcard winners play a best-of-seven. The remaining two teams – winners of the other two divisions - will play each other in the other semi-finals also in a best of seven.
B) The winner of the wildcard series will then face the team with the best overall record. The winner of the other semi-finals will play the winner of that series.






Re: ASSL: Post Season Teams Include Two Wildcards

Thomas Battiato
 

Why, Mike? Please explain to help me understand your reasons. Thank you!


-----Original Message-----
From: Mike Eliyas via groups.io <Eliyas@...>
To: ASSL <ASSL@groups.io>
Sent: Sun, Apr 19, 2020 4:39 pm
Subject: Re: [ASSL] ASSL: Post Season Teams Include Two Wildcards

I am against both ideas


-----Original Message-----
From: John Anderson via groups.io <andjohn1961@...>
To: ASSL <ASSL@groups.io>
Sent: Sun, Apr 19, 2020 01:32 PM
Subject: Re: [ASSL] ASSL: Post Season Teams Include Two Wildcards


If you play an unbalanced schedule determining the wild cards has the same problem.  You're comparing the records of teams who played different schedules.  Better to eliminate divisions.

John Anderson


On Apr 19, 2020, at 3:01 PM, Thomas Battiato via groups.io <Dodger300@...> wrote:

A question that I've always wondered about:

1. We play as balanced a schedule as possible to get to 162, with everyone playing 9 teams x 10 games (90) each, and 8 teams x 9 games each (72). It doesn't matter whether or not a team is in our division.

So why do we even have divisions? Why not let the five best teams into the post-season? 

I don't understand why Harper's Ferry, which is going to finish plus or minus five games ahead of Czech, but is not in the playoffs. The better team is punished because of the other teams in its division are great. Czech is only in playoffs because the teams in his division are worse, even though it won quite a bit fewer games against than Harper's Ferry against an identical schedule. (Not singling out either of these tems, they just happen to be the teams in the bubble teams this year.)

2. I think that if we are going to continue with 3 divisions that the schedule should reflect that. Play the 5 teams in our division x 18 (90), the 12 non-division teams x 6 (72) = 162. Then a division championship would really mean something because we played different schedules. Czech would deserve to be in instead of Harper's Ferry if they end up with the same records they did this year, but played completely different schedules.

3. So, I am making a proposed change for next year that we play an unbalanced schedule.

Tom


-----Original Message-----
From: Steven Galbraith via groups.io <stevemgalbraith@...>
To: assl <assl@groups.io>
Sent: Sat, Apr 18, 2020 9:18 am
Subject: [ASSL] ASSL: Post Season Teams Include Two Wildcards

Sorry, I should have made this clear so that the post seasons teams can better prepare. The league constitution/rules is in the groups file section.

From the constitution:

                          III - POSTSEASON SETUP
1) Each division winner plus the teams with the fourth and fifth best overall records (wildcards) will make the post-season.
A) The team with the best overall record will receive a first round bye. Meanwhile, the two wildcard winners play a best-of-seven. The remaining two teams – winners of the other two divisions - will play each other in the other semi-finals also in a best of seven.
B) The winner of the wildcard series will then face the team with the best overall record. The winner of the other semi-finals will play the winner of that series.






Re: ASSL: Post Season Teams Include Two Wildcards

John Anderson
 

Would you care to explain your reasoning so as to actually discuss it rather than just saying “I oppose” or “I support?”

John Anderson 


On Apr 19, 2020, at 3:39 PM, Mike Eliyas via groups.io <Eliyas@...> wrote:

I am against both ideas


-----Original Message-----
From: John Anderson via groups.io <andjohn1961@...>
To: ASSL <ASSL@groups.io>
Sent: Sun, Apr 19, 2020 01:32 PM
Subject: Re: [ASSL] ASSL: Post Season Teams Include Two Wildcards


If you play an unbalanced schedule determining the wild cards has the same problem.  You're comparing the records of teams who played different schedules.  Better to eliminate divisions.

John Anderson


On Apr 19, 2020, at 3:01 PM, Thomas Battiato via groups.io <Dodger300@...> wrote:

A question that I've always wondered about:

1. We play as balanced a schedule as possible to get to 162, with everyone playing 9 teams x 10 games (90) each, and 8 teams x 9 games each (72). It doesn't matter whether or not a team is in our division.

So why do we even have divisions? Why not let the five best teams into the post-season? 

I don't understand why Harper's Ferry, which is going to finish plus or minus five games ahead of Czech, but is not in the playoffs. The better team is punished because of the other teams in its division are great. Czech is only in playoffs because the teams in his division are worse, even though it won quite a bit fewer games against than Harper's Ferry against an identical schedule. (Not singling out either of these tems, they just happen to be the teams in the bubble teams this year.)

2. I think that if we are going to continue with 3 divisions that the schedule should reflect that. Play the 5 teams in our division x 18 (90), the 12 non-division teams x 6 (72) = 162. Then a division championship would really mean something because we played different schedules. Czech would deserve to be in instead of Harper's Ferry if they end up with the same records they did this year, but played completely different schedules.

3. So, I am making a proposed change for next year that we play an unbalanced schedule.

Tom


-----Original Message-----
From: Steven Galbraith via groups.io <stevemgalbraith@...>
To: assl <assl@groups.io>
Sent: Sat, Apr 18, 2020 9:18 am
Subject: [ASSL] ASSL: Post Season Teams Include Two Wildcards

Sorry, I should have made this clear so that the post seasons teams can better prepare. The league constitution/rules is in the groups file section.

From the constitution:

                          III - POSTSEASON SETUP
1) Each division winner plus the teams with the fourth and fifth best overall records (wildcards) will make the post-season.
A) The team with the best overall record will receive a first round bye. Meanwhile, the two wildcard winners play a best-of-seven. The remaining two teams – winners of the other two divisions - will play each other in the other semi-finals also in a best of seven.
B) The winner of the wildcard series will then face the team with the best overall record. The winner of the other semi-finals will play the winner of that series.






Re: ASSL: Post Season Teams Include Two Wildcards

Mike Eliyas
 

I am against both ideas


-----Original Message-----
From: John Anderson via groups.io <andjohn1961@...>
To: ASSL <ASSL@groups.io>
Sent: Sun, Apr 19, 2020 01:32 PM
Subject: Re: [ASSL] ASSL: Post Season Teams Include Two Wildcards


If you play an unbalanced schedule determining the wild cards has the same problem.  You're comparing the records of teams who played different schedules.  Better to eliminate divisions.

John Anderson


On Apr 19, 2020, at 3:01 PM, Thomas Battiato via groups.io <Dodger300@...> wrote:

A question that I've always wondered about:

1. We play as balanced a schedule as possible to get to 162, with everyone playing 9 teams x 10 games (90) each, and 8 teams x 9 games each (72). It doesn't matter whether or not a team is in our division.

So why do we even have divisions? Why not let the five best teams into the post-season? 

I don't understand why Harper's Ferry, which is going to finish plus or minus five games ahead of Czech, but is not in the playoffs. The better team is punished because of the other teams in its division are great. Czech is only in playoffs because the teams in his division are worse, even though it won quite a bit fewer games against than Harper's Ferry against an identical schedule. (Not singling out either of these tems, they just happen to be the teams in the bubble teams this year.)

2. I think that if we are going to continue with 3 divisions that the schedule should reflect that. Play the 5 teams in our division x 18 (90), the 12 non-division teams x 6 (72) = 162. Then a division championship would really mean something because we played different schedules. Czech would deserve to be in instead of Harper's Ferry if they end up with the same records they did this year, but played completely different schedules.

3. So, I am making a proposed change for next year that we play an unbalanced schedule.

Tom


-----Original Message-----
From: Steven Galbraith via groups.io <stevemgalbraith@...>
To: assl <assl@groups.io>
Sent: Sat, Apr 18, 2020 9:18 am
Subject: [ASSL] ASSL: Post Season Teams Include Two Wildcards

Sorry, I should have made this clear so that the post seasons teams can better prepare. The league constitution/rules is in the groups file section.

From the constitution:

                          III - POSTSEASON SETUP
1) Each division winner plus the teams with the fourth and fifth best overall records (wildcards) will make the post-season.
A) The team with the best overall record will receive a first round bye. Meanwhile, the two wildcard winners play a best-of-seven. The remaining two teams – winners of the other two divisions - will play each other in the other semi-finals also in a best of seven.
B) The winner of the wildcard series will then face the team with the best overall record. The winner of the other semi-finals will play the winner of that series.






Re: ASSL: Post Season Teams Include Two Wildcards

John Anderson
 

If you play an unbalanced schedule determining the wild cards has the same problem.  You're comparing the records of teams who played different schedules.  Better to eliminate divisions.

John Anderson


On Apr 19, 2020, at 3:01 PM, Thomas Battiato via groups.io <Dodger300@...> wrote:

A question that I've always wondered about:

1. We play as balanced a schedule as possible to get to 162, with everyone playing 9 teams x 10 games (90) each, and 8 teams x 9 games each (72). It doesn't matter whether or not a team is in our division.

So why do we even have divisions? Why not let the five best teams into the post-season? 

I don't understand why Harper's Ferry, which is going to finish plus or minus five games ahead of Czech, but is not in the playoffs. The better team is punished because of the other teams in its division are great. Czech is only in playoffs because the teams in his division are worse, even though it won quite a bit fewer games against than Harper's Ferry against an identical schedule. (Not singling out either of these tems, they just happen to be the teams in the bubble teams this year.)

2. I think that if we are going to continue with 3 divisions that the schedule should reflect that. Play the 5 teams in our division x 18 (90), the 12 non-division teams x 6 (72) = 162. Then a division championship would really mean something because we played different schedules. Czech would deserve to be in instead of Harper's Ferry if they end up with the same records they did this year, but played completely different schedules.

3. So, I am making a proposed change for next year that we play an unbalanced schedule.

Tom


-----Original Message-----
From: Steven Galbraith via groups.io <stevemgalbraith@...>
To: assl <assl@groups.io>
Sent: Sat, Apr 18, 2020 9:18 am
Subject: [ASSL] ASSL: Post Season Teams Include Two Wildcards

Sorry, I should have made this clear so that the post seasons teams can better prepare. The league constitution/rules is in the groups file section.

From the constitution:

                          III - POSTSEASON SETUP
1) Each division winner plus the teams with the fourth and fifth best overall records (wildcards) will make the post-season.
A) The team with the best overall record will receive a first round bye. Meanwhile, the two wildcard winners play a best-of-seven. The remaining two teams – winners of the other two divisions - will play each other in the other semi-finals also in a best of seven.
B) The winner of the wildcard series will then face the team with the best overall record. The winner of the other semi-finals will play the winner of that series.






Re: ASSL: Post Season Teams Include Two Wildcards

Thomas Battiato
 

A question that I've always wondered about:

1. We play as balanced a schedule as possible to get to 162, with everyone playing 9 teams x 10 games (90) each, and 8 teams x 9 games each (72). It doesn't matter whether or not a team is in our division.

So why do we even have divisions? Why not let the five best teams into the post-season? 

I don't understand why Harper's Ferry, which is going to finish plus or minus five games ahead of Czech, but is not in the playoffs. The better team is punished because of the other teams in its division are great. Czech is only in playoffs because the teams in his division are worse, even though it won quite a bit fewer games against than Harper's Ferry against an identical schedule. (Not singling out either of these tems, they just happen to be the teams in the bubble teams this year.)

2. I think that if we are going to continue with 3 divisions that the schedule should reflect that. Play the 5 teams in our division x 18 (90), the 12 non-division teams x 6 (72) = 162. Then a division championship would really mean something because we played different schedules. Czech would deserve to be in instead of Harper's Ferry if they end up with the same records they did this year, but played completely different schedules.

3. So, I am making a proposed change for next year that we play an unbalanced schedule.

Tom


-----Original Message-----
From: Steven Galbraith via groups.io <stevemgalbraith@...>
To: assl <assl@groups.io>
Sent: Sat, Apr 18, 2020 9:18 am
Subject: [ASSL] ASSL: Post Season Teams Include Two Wildcards

Sorry, I should have made this clear so that the post seasons teams can better prepare. The league constitution/rules is in the groups file section.

From the constitution:

                          III - POSTSEASON SETUP
1) Each division winner plus the teams with the fourth and fifth best overall records (wildcards) will make the post-season.
A) The team with the best overall record will receive a first round bye. Meanwhile, the two wildcard winners play a best-of-seven. The remaining two teams – winners of the other two divisions - will play each other in the other semi-finals also in a best of seven.
B) The winner of the wildcard series will then face the team with the best overall record. The winner of the other semi-finals will play the winner of that series.






Re: ASSL '80: Week/Series #34 Mt. Lebanon at Cucamonga Results

robert arzberger
 

Coconuts crack and drop the last series three games to two.

Cheers, Robert


Re: ASSL '80: Week/Series #34 Mudville 3, Cut and Shoot 2

Bill P
 

File is attached.

On Friday, April 17, 2020, 3:34:22 PM CDT, Steven Galbraith via groups.io <stevemgalbraith@...> wrote:


Week/Series #34 final regular season play file attached. Results due Wednesday.

ASSL: Post Season Teams Include Two Wildcards

Steven Galbraith
 

Sorry, I should have made this clear so that the post seasons teams can better prepare. The league constitution/rules is in the groups file section.

From the constitution:

                          III - POSTSEASON SETUP
1) Each division winner plus the teams with the fourth and fifth best overall records (wildcards) will make the post-season.
A) The team with the best overall record will receive a first round bye. Meanwhile, the two wildcard winners play a best-of-seven. The remaining two teams – winners of the other two divisions - will play each other in the other semi-finals also in a best of seven.
B) The winner of the wildcard series will then face the team with the best overall record. The winner of the other semi-finals will play the winner of that series.






Re: Melonville vs Seltzer

Thomas Battiato
 

Well, I hope I'm right. That's how I remember it from when I made the post-season many years ago. 

I don't want to step on Steve's toes, he's the boss!


-----Original Message-----
From: Scott Clark <melonvillesports@...>
To: ASSL@groups.io <ASSL@groups.io>
Sent: Fri, Apr 17, 2020 11:34 pm
Subject: Re: [ASSL] Melonville vs Seltzer

Wow.  OK then.  I misunderstood the rules for qualifying for post season.  Thanks!


Melonville



From: ASSL@groups.io <ASSL@groups.io> on behalf of Thomas Battiato via groups.io <Dodger300@...>
Sent: April 17, 2020 11:26 PM
To: ASSL@groups.io <ASSL@groups.io>
Subject: Re: [ASSL] Melonville vs Seltzer
 
No, Scott, you'll earn the second wild card berth and a match against Mudville, ten games behind you but a division winner none-the-less.


-----Original Message-----
From: Scott Clark <melonvillesports@...>
To: ASSL@groups.io <ASSL@groups.io>
Sent: Fri, Apr 17, 2020 11:19 pm
Subject: [ASSL] Melonville vs Seltzer

105 wins but no post season for Melonville 🙁.



Scott - Melonville 




From: ASSL@groups.io <ASSL@groups.io> on behalf of Umpy <umpy@...>
Sent: April 17, 2020 11:03 PM
To: ASSL@groups.io <ASSL@groups.io>; Steven Galbraith via groups.io <stevemgalbraith@...>
Subject: Re: [ASSL] Melonville vs Seltzer
 
Seltzer could only score 2, 1, 4 and 2 runs vs Melonville's strong pitching.  But Seltzer got better pitching in 3 of those 4 games winning 2-1, 1-0, lost 6-4, and 2-1 win.  Seltzer won 92 games and was way out of it.  Melonville finishes with 105 wins and is,,,,,,,,,,,
On April 17, 2020 at 4:34 PM "Steven Galbraith via groups.io" <stevemgalbraith@...> wrote:

Week/Series #34 final regular season play file attached. Results due Wednesday.


 

ASSL '80: Polish at Spokane

mlassman2001
 

Spokane wins 3 of 5 against Polish to close out the season.

Mike


-----Original Message-----
From: Steven Galbraith via groups.io <stevemgalbraith@...>
To: ASSL <ASSL@groups.io>
Sent: Fri, Apr 17, 2020 3:34 pm
Subject: [Special] [ASSL] ASSL '80: Week/Series #34 Play File

Week/Series #34 final regular season play file attached. Results due Wednesday.

Re: Melonville vs Seltzer

Scott Clark
 

Wow.  OK then.  I misunderstood the rules for qualifying for post season.  Thanks!


Melonville



From: ASSL@groups.io <ASSL@groups.io> on behalf of Thomas Battiato via groups.io <Dodger300@...>
Sent: April 17, 2020 11:26 PM
To: ASSL@groups.io <ASSL@groups.io>
Subject: Re: [ASSL] Melonville vs Seltzer
 
No, Scott, you'll earn the second wild card berth and a match against Mudville, ten games behind you but a division winner none-the-less.


-----Original Message-----
From: Scott Clark <melonvillesports@...>
To: ASSL@groups.io <ASSL@groups.io>
Sent: Fri, Apr 17, 2020 11:19 pm
Subject: [ASSL] Melonville vs Seltzer

105 wins but no post season for Melonville 🙁.



Scott - Melonville 




From: ASSL@groups.io <ASSL@groups.io> on behalf of Umpy <umpy@...>
Sent: April 17, 2020 11:03 PM
To: ASSL@groups.io <ASSL@groups.io>; Steven Galbraith via groups.io <stevemgalbraith@...>
Subject: Re: [ASSL] Melonville vs Seltzer
 
Seltzer could only score 2, 1, 4 and 2 runs vs Melonville's strong pitching.  But Seltzer got better pitching in 3 of those 4 games winning 2-1, 1-0, lost 6-4, and 2-1 win.  Seltzer won 92 games and was way out of it.  Melonville finishes with 105 wins and is,,,,,,,,,,,
On April 17, 2020 at 4:34 PM "Steven Galbraith via groups.io" <stevemgalbraith@...> wrote:

Week/Series #34 final regular season play file attached. Results due Wednesday.


 

Re: Melonville vs Seltzer

Thomas Battiato
 

No, Scott, you'll earn the second wild card berth and a match against Mudville, ten games behind you but a division winner none-the-less.


-----Original Message-----
From: Scott Clark <melonvillesports@...>
To: ASSL@groups.io <ASSL@groups.io>
Sent: Fri, Apr 17, 2020 11:19 pm
Subject: [ASSL] Melonville vs Seltzer

105 wins but no post season for Melonville 🙁.



Scott - Melonville 




From: ASSL@groups.io <ASSL@groups.io> on behalf of Umpy <umpy@...>
Sent: April 17, 2020 11:03 PM
To: ASSL@groups.io <ASSL@groups.io>; Steven Galbraith via groups.io <stevemgalbraith@...>
Subject: Re: [ASSL] Melonville vs Seltzer
 
Seltzer could only score 2, 1, 4 and 2 runs vs Melonville's strong pitching.  But Seltzer got better pitching in 3 of those 4 games winning 2-1, 1-0, lost 6-4, and 2-1 win.  Seltzer won 92 games and was way out of it.  Melonville finishes with 105 wins and is,,,,,,,,,,,
On April 17, 2020 at 4:34 PM "Steven Galbraith via groups.io" <stevemgalbraith@...> wrote:

Week/Series #34 final regular season play file attached. Results due Wednesday.


 

Melonville vs Seltzer

Scott Clark
 

105 wins but no post season for Melonville 🙁.



Scott - Melonville 




From: ASSL@groups.io <ASSL@groups.io> on behalf of Umpy <umpy@...>
Sent: April 17, 2020 11:03 PM
To: ASSL@groups.io <ASSL@groups.io>; Steven Galbraith via groups.io <stevemgalbraith@...>
Subject: Re: [ASSL] Melonville vs Seltzer
 
Seltzer could only score 2, 1, 4 and 2 runs vs Melonville's strong pitching.  But Seltzer got better pitching in 3 of those 4 games winning 2-1, 1-0, lost 6-4, and 2-1 win.  Seltzer won 92 games and was way out of it.  Melonville finishes with 105 wins and is,,,,,,,,,,,
On April 17, 2020 at 4:34 PM "Steven Galbraith via groups.io" <stevemgalbraith@...> wrote:

Week/Series #34 final regular season play file attached. Results due Wednesday.


 

Re: [Seltzer vs Melonville with file

Umpy
 

With file

On April 17, 2020 at 4:34 PM "Steven Galbraith via groups.io" <stevemgalbraith@...> wrote:

Week/Series #34 final regular season play file attached. Results due Wednesday.


 

Re: Melonville vs Seltzer

Umpy
 

Seltzer could only score 2, 1, 4 and 2 runs vs Melonville's strong pitching.  But Seltzer got better pitching in 3 of those 4 games winning 2-1, 1-0, lost 6-4, and 2-1 win.  Seltzer won 92 games and was way out of it.  Melonville finishes with 105 wins and is,,,,,,,,,,,

On April 17, 2020 at 4:34 PM "Steven Galbraith via groups.io" <stevemgalbraith@...> wrote:

Week/Series #34 final regular season play file attached. Results due Wednesday.


 

Re: ASSL '80: Week/Series #34 Play File

John Anderson
 

OK, then three!

On Friday, April 17, 2020, 09:10:19 PM CDT, Thomas Battiato via groups.io <dodger300@...> wrote:


Especially since only four games are scheduled! <g>


-----Original Message-----
From: John Anderson via groups.io <andjohn1961@...>
To: assl <assl@groups.io>; ASSL <ASSL@groups.io>
Sent: Fri, Apr 17, 2020 9:32 pm
Subject: Re: [ASSL] ASSL '80: Week/Series #34 Play File

Bayou City splits with Waterloo to finish with 110 wins and a probable wild card.  Our reward will be facing another 100+ win team in the first round; if we'd won the division we would have received a bye.  I guess it's still possible to win or tie for the division but I can't see Silver City losing five to Valdosta.

On Friday, April 17, 2020, 03:34:24 PM CDT, Steven Galbraith via groups.io <stevemgalbraith@...> wrote:


Week/Series #34 final regular season play file attached. Results due Wednesday.