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1 Rating: This would be a very weak team. There should be very few 1-rated teams. 1-rated teams would be “C” level teams, which can be compared to rec teams.
2 Rating: This would be a weaker “B” level team or a stronger “C” level team. If you have one pitcher that is strong, it could bring your team from a 2 to a 3 or 4 rated team.
3 Rating: You have a “B” level team. If you are stronger than a “B” level team, you should be a 4 or 5 rated team. No “A” level teams should be a 3 rating unless you are a very weak All-Star Caliber team.
4 Rating: You are an “A” level team. You have an All-Star Caliber team. This is where most solid town All-Star teams rate themselves. Many teams fall between the 3 and 4 level which would put you at a 3.5 rating.
5 Rating: You are a strong “A” level team and can challenge any team with confidence.
*The rating system is not perfect; it is a guide for us. As always, we will consider your team's rating, prior records (if available), and location when creating divisions.
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Every team wants to stay local while having a competitive schedule. Our goal is to pay extra attention to this to get a balance between both for all teams!
No one wants to waste their time winning or losing by 15+ runs. Matching a powerhouse club team up against an average town team is a waste of time for both sides. We will do our research to avoid these type of mismatches by breaking teams into the proper skill level divisions!