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Old 06-23-2019, 08:07 PM   #1
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Devs: seeking transparency on injury settings

I has been running an online league for a few months with modern/realistic injury settings. I like the added challenge of finding depth and organization building. However, there is inevitably complaints about injuries. One of the most common complaints are that realistic injury setting is not "realistic."

Honestly it seems fine to me but I don't have the data to back it up.

I'm curious if anyone on the development team would share what goes in to the different injury setting levels, and exactly how "realistic" is determined? Is it frequency of injuries? Is it total duration of injuries? Do you look at league trends, individual teams, or individual players? I'm sure this is a dense and complicated subject but I truly am curious and would welcome any and all information that can be shared (I understand that some info may not be able to be shared).

Thanks for any information you can provide!

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Old 06-24-2019, 08:37 PM   #2
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https://www.cbssports.com/mlb/injuries/

In my league we use normal and I have guys complaining. They complain because they have no reference. Tell them to look at the current injury lists.
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I use modern day realistic, and have kept a spread sheet though i'm missing a few years. Every year I have someone complain... but we are still way lower than MLB averages.

26 Man rosters / 7 day DL stints.

2024 - League Average = 773 Days
2025 - League Average = 753 Days
2027 - League Average = 655 Days
2030 - League Average = 635 Days
2031 - League Average = 599 Days
2032 - League Average = 641 Days

Everyone complains in online leagues and it becomes rather frustrating.

One of our most vocal about the injuries has averaged 494 DL days in those 6 season, and in 3 of those seasons has had less than 316 DL days.
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I use modern day realistic, and have kept a spread sheet though i'm missing a few years. Every year I have someone complain... but we are still way lower than MLB averages.

26 Man rosters / 7 day DL stints.

2024 - League Average = 773 Days
2025 - League Average = 753 Days
2027 - League Average = 655 Days
2030 - League Average = 635 Days
2031 - League Average = 599 Days
2032 - League Average = 641 Days

Everyone complains in online leagues and it becomes rather frustrating.

One of our most vocal about the injuries has averaged 494 DL days in those 6 season, and in 3 of those seasons has had less than 316 DL days.
To try to add some perspective to these numbers I was able to find the 2014 MLB numbers for days lost to the injury list and they ranged from 411(Pirates) & 571(Brewers) on the low end to 1649(Padres) & 2347(Rangers). Middle of the pack seemed to be around 800.
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