Since you did not pay attention the first time I'll restate it for you:
*There are 22 regular season conference tournaments (upper ball).
*There are 4 regular season tournaments played on larger/baseball fields:
-HOF Dual (2)
-Second Seattle Dual
*The Major World Series is the only world played on stadium sized fields. (AA, A, B, C, D west, D east, E west, E east, and E north were all on non-stadium size fields)
*To recap that means that 82% of the USSSA upper regular season and 90% of USSSA world tournaments were held on non "larger" fields.
*In addition to the field size, those 82% of regular season tournaments and 90% of world tournaments also used rocks with rocket launcher bats allowing the non-PED users to easily hit HRs on command (assuming they work on their hitting outside of tournaments). Lastly, every one of those tournaments had a strict HR limit (meaning set in stone, cannot be altered, no equalizers, that is the most you can humanly possible hit in a single game. as opposed to variable based on wind, temperature, elevation, time of day, position of Orion's belt relative to earth's orbital path of the sun.).