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Old 11-12-2019, 04:35 PM   #721
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Did you change the range of years? I could have sworn it was (70-89).

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No. Although the first few years were a bit more random so I can't remember when I instituted this process and range. But hey, close enough.
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3) Statistical modifiers. The WPK started in 1965, mirrored on the structure, finances, and strategic norms of that season in the MLB. And for the time being anyway, I am letting the league move forward with finances and strategies mirroring the MLB season that matches the current WPK season. But for statistical modifiers I decided to pick a 20-year major league span (I settled on 1972-1991) and just prior to each WPK season (day before Opening Day) I roll a 20-sided die which dictates which MLB season to base statistical modifiers upon.
So I got curious about just when I did switch to the method I currently use for statistical modifiers. And the answer I found in this thread was, well, I don't know.
I didn't find mention of it in any detail until a post from 04/05/2019 (the relevant section quoted above.)
Going back through (quickly) the entire thread, starting in OOTP 19, it is clear that 1965-1967 just used the statistical modifiers for those MLB seasons. And then in 1968 I intended to use 1973 (but that might have just been an attempt to jump past the pitching dominated years) but messed it up and ended up with the Year of the Pitcher anyway. I find a quick note saying that 1969 was using 1986 modifiers (just like 1975 is) but after that no more indicators until the quote above.
Guess I should have kept track of all of this better, but I also sort of like the mystery and pretending as much as possible that the WPK is a parallel baseball universe with no knowledge of the MLB we know and love.
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I must have been mistaken then. I could have sworn you had stated 70-89 but it's not that big of a deal, 72-91 is just as good. Whatever works for you!

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