First, your counter-example fails the locality loophole test. A shift of position of an object outside the light cone of a gravitational detector will not present the correlations of one which is quantum non-local. Relativistic dynamics are, of course, strictly local.You have to understand that in a CA there are no free parameters. Everything is related to everything else. The fact that Alice "decides" to make a "meta-choice" is quite irrelevant. Her state was already related to that baseball game and to the Bob's juggler, and to whatever you may think of. It might look somehow unintuitive, but this feature is shared with very respectable physical theories, like general relativity or classical electrodynamics.
The fact that was forgotten was that, at the beginning of the experiment, the states of the two planets (together with the local space curvature) were correlated already, and they have been so since the Big-Bang.
So, the states of Alice and Bob and of the particle source, baseball players, and of the juggler are correlated even before the experiment begins. An they will remain so.
Second, the question is not whether there is a correlation (when such is asserted and assumed), but exactly how is the "answer" being supplied after an interaction with the environment? Ie. how is it that the entangled partner "knows" to give a spin up response 75% of the time when a distant spin partner is planning a spin down response after a last second angle setting instruction is received? The point being that a superdeterministic theory must have a explanation of how it is "more complete" than QM.
All I am hearing is that playbooks are *hidden* inside every particle and have *all* the answers with no logical explanation of how that occurs.