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Old 01-04-2015, 02:51 AM   #21
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CEI's for whatever reason seem to happen to very good players in my experience. Mike Trout suffered a CEI in my game in the first season sliding into a base. I just couldn't let that happen so I just edited it into a season-ending injury (and no, I don't play the Angels). He ended up winning 9 AL MVP's in the game before retiring in 2031.

When I get them, I usually let it go if it makes sense. I had a guy who won three Cy Youngs in a row, but tore his labrum the next year and fell victim to CEI. It sucked but I let it happen given that torn labrums can legitimately do that. But if I have a guy who obtains a CEI from baserunning or diving for a ball, I just edit the eventual return from injury to like a year or something.

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where is the file on a mac?


nevermind...found it
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CEI's for whatever reason seem to happen to very good players in my experience. Mike Trout suffered a CEI in my game in the first season sliding into a base. I just couldn't let that happen so I just edited it into a season-ending injury (and no, I don't play the Angels). He ended up winning 9 AL MVP's in the game before retiring in 2031.

When I get them, I usually let it go if it makes sense. I had a guy who won three Cy Youngs in a row, but tore his labrum the next year and fell victim to CEI. It sucked but I let it happen given that torn labrums can legitimately do that. But if I have a guy who obtains a CEI from baserunning or diving for a ball, I just edit the eventual return from injury to like a year or something.
There are some "diving for a ball" injuries that could be career ending (severe concussions, fractured skull, etc). Baserunning though is pretty unlikely, although a torn ACL could probably still be career ending.

With pitchers though, even something like a torn finger tendon could be career ending (I'm not sure if it can be by default in OOTP)
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I had a guy suffer a fractured skull CEI the other day. I assumed he got hit by a pitch.

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There are some "diving for a ball" injuries that could be career ending (severe concussions, fractured skull, etc). Baserunning though is pretty unlikely, although a torn ACL could probably still be career ending.

With pitchers though, even something like a torn finger tendon could be career ending (I'm not sure if it can be by default in OOTP)
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