Re: Who should of made the Major World Series, but didn't?
Posted by DS4 on August 14, 2019, 5:23 pm, in reply to "Who should of made the Major World Series, but didn't? "
I've held off a couple days on commenting on this to contemplate what exactly was being asked. It seems the question is who turned out to be the biggest bust on the season. As in who was a team that looked set for a good year and things did not work out, be it due to injury, under performance, ill advised roster moves, etc.. With that being said I find it hard to evaluate in terms of asking who SHOULD have made the major world series, but didn't. Each year it seams a new team makes a big jump that most certainly earns it and as a result someone must be replaced/not qualify (look at Bay Area the first year they earned the honors). I think the more appropriate question would be what team seemed to have the biggest under performance from the pre-season outlook. |
If it truly was who should have made the major world series, but didn't? I would say absolutely nobody should have made the major world series, but didn't. Each team in the conference has played out the entire season. Each team has earned the respective points based upon the finish at each respective tournament they played. There are two berths that will be handed out to the highest finishing A team and Military team. Thus exactly each team that should be at the major world series based upon finishing top 16 in point, winning military worlds, and the highest finishing conference A team not already qualified will be present just as they SHOULD be. Everyone else failed to earn a place at the big kid table that is the Major World Series.
In determining the field for the Major World Series there is no subjective input such as the College Football Playoff or March Madness where there is room to debate someone getting snubbed by a selection committee picking one team over another.