Discussion in 'The Dugout - OOTP Online League' started by ty5oke, Aug 7, 2013.
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@the dugout if that is working
Next sim in 24 hours and also 15 days.. We will be rolling with 24 hour sims through the end of season.
thank you sir
Fackkk. Dragons get totally annihilated by injuries this sim. Our 3 best hitters are out for 5-6 weeks. May very well miss the playoffs if we can even hold the lead with all the injures
Good lord, I lost 11 straight before completing a 4 game sweep of the Nats. Time to call some youngsters up.
Chiba will be happy once we get to .500. We currently sit at 68-69. Yep.
This describes the Dodgers right now after a 3-7 sim. At one point in the season we were 1 game above .500, maybe next year
44 more runs scored than against? Well ain't I chuffed.
so you are the guy filming the Padres GM?
That aint right.. . Btw, if anyone knows how to get people to hit in Petco, I'm all ears.
What are your park factors from in the game?
I'd suggest gap > power to begin with.
If I remember right from when I was trying to help him everything is in the .8's but triples. I'm also probably the last person you want offensive advice from. I'd bet I'm bottom 5 in dugout history in runs scored.
Man... You fuckers killed Falcon AGAIN in the final sim of August. This makes two years in a row he has gone down and missed September
After a lot of negative talk surrounding recent trade made by the Tigers at the deadline giving up prospects pot 2* CF Ambrose Daugherty and pot 4.5* 2B Jorge Hernandez for under-performing 4* SP Anthony Duncan, the majority of the talking heads (who talk to hear their own voice usually) around the Dugout viewed this trade as a win/win for the Colorado Rockies @HAL9100.
But sometimes pitchers just need a change in scenery to jump start their careers... Thus far Duncan is 3-1 in Detroit with an 2.97 ERA.
Sample Size is meaningless!
Also nice to see SP Duncan out-dual AL Cy Young candidate SP Montemayor @ryalaman
I dont remember 100%, but I was just looking at them last night. Avg for both LHB and RBH are in the .800's, Triples are ~1.100, doubles are in the .800's, LHB HR is .700 and RHB HR is like .950.
Most importantly I'm trying to find guys with 60+ (preferably 65+) contact. Tbqh, if you look at my park factors HRs are actually higher then doubles for RHBs. Really from what I've gleamed just thinking / looking things over I'd want power with RHB and gap with LHB. Obviously speed helps those numbers out too considering the triples factor.
I'm confused about what this is a reference to.
What "this" are you referring to?
Here is Comerica's factors. Last year we were #2 offense in the AL but this year we have two guys in slumps so the numbers have been lower than previous years. I use a very aggressive base running strategy as well due to the deep gaps in the OF.
HR LHB: .89
HR RHB: 1.02
fmode tagging me
That's right. I remember these. You need guys who can get on base. Look for good eye and average contact but can play defense. It helps if they have excellent SB ability. Walk, steal, steal. Your RBI guys dont need power, they just need extra high contact rating. 65+ is recommended. These guys, without power should come cheaply. And you have to find a big time RH HR hitter or two. Preferably a pull hitter.
Finally... until you get the lineup you want, tinker with your strategies. Hit and Run, bunts, etc all will help you score runs.
That ^^ @ryalaman he's just gloating again
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