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Old 11-20-2019, 10:27 AM   #1
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Economy, Contracts, and Logic.

1- It would be good to give logic to contracts in free agency, as well as to extensions, player changes, and international draft money;
For example: free agents to relate, age risks, injuries, city where you want to play, skills and statistics.
I see many free agents that demand a very large amount in monies and years, when they tend to be injured or their statistics are not sufficiently substantiated for such a contract, I believe that currently the free agents contract is based only on ratings.
In the same way for the extensions many players in ages of 33+ asking for contracts of 7-9 years. This is something illogical.

2 - The goals of the owners: It would be good to see a variety of goals and that are logical regarding the result of the team, needs and strengths, and statistics. As well as adding influence to these goals, both for the safety of your work, as for the budget (increase or decrease based on this), as well as for the income and fan base (of course taking into account the results, influence of players .etc).

3- Catchers: It would be good to add a synergy catcher -pitcher that influences the performance of some pitchers (this is mainly referred to as defensive ability, as well as a catcher can work with a specific type of pitcher), as well as adding more statistics. precise in the influence of the catcher defensively.

4- Assign a new position "Utility"; In some cases it happens that we want a player in that position that is versatile but only comes from the bench. and not be taken into account for the main lineup, as well as assign reserve players their "bench player" position. These are players that we only want to come from the bench or when the holder is tired.
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I agree, the player has had a crap year and you cut his demands by 30% and je then counters with 100K off his 18M a year for 6 years. At that point I leave , This happens with players that have less than high greed also.

The current year stats should have some bearing on the matter. In RL upcoming FAs know if they have a good year it will boost what they can get.

Not sure how hard it is too add a bit more logic to the AI for this but it is needed.

Keep up the awesome work

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