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Old 04-10-2007, 06:28 PM   #81
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The Tango/Dolphin/MGL study, and the Silver study in BTN?
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Old 04-10-2007, 07:35 PM   #82
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i'll take a stab in the dark and say that jet lag may be more of a factor in the NFL, where travel is not quite as frequent. in baseball, you usually travel so much that your body doesnt have time to get used to a particular time zone.

who's got a BP writers email addy handy....id like to see a study of MLB players on the first 1-3 days after leaving an extended homestand (10+ days) and heading to the other side of the country.
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Old 04-10-2007, 07:42 PM   #83
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There's a reason they're arcade games. They have silly stuff like exploding baseballs, and hitting harder by pressing the button faster, and supersliders that break eight feet... and clutch ratings.
LOL, exactly.
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Well, the average OOTP user...downloads the game, manages his favorite team and that's it.
According to OOTP itself, OOTP MLB play (modern and historical) outnumbers OOTP fictional play three to one.

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Well, the average OOTP user...downloads the game, manages his favorite team and that's it.
According to OOTP itself, OOTP MLB play (modern and historical) outnumbers OOTP fictional play three to one.

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Old 04-13-2007, 10:53 PM   #85
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perhaps the rating should be more of a career aggregate called "clutch reputation" that a player does not actually develop until x number of seasons of service - this rating could be be, surprise, ACTUALLY based on the players statistics in C & L situations.
Now THIS idea I really like. Markus has stated that certain batters are 'programmed' to do better against certain pitchers and vice versa. Why not have players 'programmed' to do better in the playoffs (or in spring training)? If you include a clutch reputation rating in the game, then you may or may not have an actual clutch rating. The players won't know whether the reputation is justified by coding, or if it's just coincidence ('sample size').

Sounds like the perfect solution.
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Sounds like a horrible idea to me.
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The Tango/Dolphin/MGL study, and the Silver study in BTN?
The Tango/Dolphin/MGL study is particularly interesting.
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