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PostPosted: Mon Sep 10, 2007 10:16 am    Post subject: golden gate Reply with quote

I think having 90' basepaths should be a priority in our field selection process.

Literally every ball that I hit in the air (there were 5 of them) was a double yesterday. Including at least two that were hit pretty much directly at fielders (and fielded cleanly) and one where I fell down rounding first base. I know I'm one of (if not the) fastest player(s) in our group, but I feel like this situation hurts the (already hurting) authenticity factor of our games.

I'm really torn on the issue because I feel like GG has a lot of upsides, but, as I said earlier, I feel like the ability to have 90' basepaths should be a high priority when it comes to choosing fields for games, because of this, I'm suggesting that GG be abandoned as a "primary" playing field and only be used as a backup field or in emergency situations.
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