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Old 07-11-2019, 11:57 AM   #6
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Originally Posted by David Watts View Post
I don't mind the AI pulling studs when a team gets out to a big lead, but I'm really starting to dislike seeing a guy like Roberto Clemente pinch hit for because his team is down 7-0 in the 9th.
It's remarkable in that your example is exactly the rule of thumb that I use: If I am up or down by 7 runs or more, I swap out my regulars and bring in the bench players, for this reason:
Originally Posted by Reed View Post
My guess is the logic is to give bench players some playing time to help with their ratings.
. . . and this reason:
Originally Posted by r0nster View Post
Reasoning is not to have players injured. So take them out when the game no longer in doubt and save them for the next game
Thanks for confirming my wisdom. If the AI is doing it, so should I.

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