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12-01-2006, 12:55 AM
I know we are all focusing on the PIHA Pro predictions, and rightfully so, but what about the hard working Minor guys who wonder who is the best team out there in their divisions. After all, they are pushing us old guys out very soon (Jimmy V). I know most of us don't have a clue who is on minor rosters, but lets hear the Minor guys sound off on who they think is the best and who can win it all!?. Lets hear all divisions sound off.
12-01-2006, 01:07 AM
Ruppy Hailey is my early prediction for minor league mvp in the northeast
12-01-2006, 01:21 AM
Like you said, it's impossible to handicap the minors when we barely know what's going on in the Pro's... that said, our Bandits minor team should be very strong, as most of the team will be players from either our pro team last year or our minor team last year that was undefeated in the regular season... And who knows i've heard i might be playing for them too lol...
12-01-2006, 03:07 AM
I just hope we can organize a minor championship between the eastern conference minor champs.
12-01-2006, 09:59 AM
I know my team (the Express Minors) have been practicing for over a month now every week and we have played an exhibition game already. I know for a fact there are some talented guys on the Lunatics roster and with the Bandits returning from last year with the best record, it should be a tough season, but also fun. I'm pretty confident with our team since we have some Vets playing with us young guys. I'd say there are 5 guys my age (17) and then a couple of guys in the late 20's early 30's. We even have our Coach/Player Mr. Caldwell who I'm pretty sure is older than my dad and my dad is 46 haha. So as you can see we have a wide range of age and talent which I'm sure is the same for many other Minor Teams.
The only Minor rosters I've seen are those of the Gateway division and there were only two names I recognized and thought really stood out: PJ Tallo and Shaun O'Rourke. They both play for St. Louis Tour Blast 89ers and are two of the best (I'd say PJ is the absolute best) 89's in the nation. They may be young, but I think they'll certainly do really well.
12-01-2006, 11:51 AM
The minor teams in St. Louis will be very solid. There are numerous Blast 89'ers and younger Cobra's players.
I know our minor guys have been asking about a 'minor championship' as well and want to play in one. Let me know your thoughts.
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