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Old 03-27-2019, 09:31 AM   #1
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Angry Separate HOF for each league

I started playing the previous version 19, and noticed that there is only a single shared HOF, and players from every league are inducted into it.



How is this still a thing in version 20? Is there some special challenge to implementing this?
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Old 03-28-2019, 08:13 AM   #2
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I assume you mean you want the NL & AL to each have their own HoF? If so this isn't hard to do. In the standard game they are not actually separate leagues like they were in real life up to the early 2000's. They are subleagues of the MLB. For each to have a seperate HOF you need to move one of them out of the MLB and make it it's own "league". For example, right not with 20 I'm playing a historical where the AL & NL are completely separate from each other. Their own minors, HoF, leaderboards, etc. The are joined in an Association called Major League baseball. That way they still draft together, have the same general rules, trade with each other and still play each other in the WS. But otherwise each does it's own thing.
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I assume you mean you want the NL & AL to each have their own HoF? If so this isn't hard to do. In the standard game they are not actually separate leagues like they were in real life up to the early 2000's. They are subleagues of the MLB. For each to have a seperate HOF you need to move one of them out of the MLB and make it it's own "league". For example, right not with 20 I'm playing a historical where the AL & NL are completely separate from each other. Their own minors, HoF, leaderboards, etc. The are joined in an Association called Major League baseball. That way they still draft together, have the same general rules, trade with each other and still play each other in the WS. But otherwise each does it's own thing.
This is new for 20 then -- in 19 there was only one Hall of Fame for all of baseball. Even an international and independent league would send its players to the same HOF as MLB.
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