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Perfect Game Servers Have Been Upgraded
       
Published: Tuesday, January 19, 2010

In our continuing effort to provide the best customer experience on our websites, we have upgraded our servers over the past week. You probably noticed during the past month that our websites were loading very slowly. Not any more!

You will notice that our sites load faster on your computer, and less waiting time is always a great thing! However, an upgrade of this magnitude is not without its glitches.

This past weekend (Saturday, Jan. 16 and Sunday, Jan. 17), the subscription page for www.pgcrosschecker.com, the most informative amateur baseball scouting service website available, and the WWBA tournament registration/payment pages were not accessible. We apologize for this and have corrected the issue.

You may now subscribe to pgcrosschecker.com and sign up for WWBA tournaments online. We here at Perfect Game are dedicated to providing the best user experience possible and will continue to improve our online presence.

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