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Old 09-03-2015, 08:30 PM   #1
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Pitcher Warmup

I deactivated warmup in my games because this seems to behave funny. Often times I have pitchers who were in the bullpen 4+ innings and still indicated as "cold". Is this normal?
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Old 09-04-2015, 09:02 AM   #2
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To warm a pitcher up, you have to drag them to the box under the starting pitcher.

Normally they say "Warming up" as soon as you drag them there, and then "Ready" (usually after around 1/2 inning). If you keep them warming up longer than that, it will say "Tiring".

If you are doing that and they are staying cold, yes, that seems odd.
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I have noticed that they "tire" too easily when warming up. You can have them warming up and they will tire after the current pitcher throws to approx. two-three batters.

IRL a pitcher who is warming up but not being put into a game immediatey would back off a little. This is too sensitive of a setting IMO.
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I have noticed that they "tire" too easily when warming up. You can have them warming up and they will tire after the current pitcher throws to approx. two-three batters.

IRL a pitcher who is warming up but not being put into a game immediatey would back off a little. This is too sensitive of a setting IMO.
I would like to see screenshots of this. As one who keeps warm ups on and uses it in every game i play out i have never seen a reliever warming up get "tired" after 2-3 batters. There might be a few exceptions to that. If you got a MR up while you were batting, perhaps had a long half inning then left hoim up while you were pitching then perhaps he could get tired after warming up for that long. If you got a guy up after say 1 out or 1 batter faced visited the mound then got out of the inning then left him up while you were batting then also perhaps he might get tired after being up for so long. I do not think it is too sensitive.
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