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Old 09-30-2021, 10:47 AM   #73
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Re: MBMavs20 Pitch Edits 2007-2019

when can we expect the next update?
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Old 11-05-2021, 03:26 PM   #74
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Re: MBMavs20 Pitch Edits 2007-2019

I just started working on a new spreadsheet where I will input all the pitch data from 2021.

I have finished the A.L. East and I am currently working on the A.L. Central.

I figure it will take me about 4-6 weeks to finish.

Stay tuned.
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Old 11-08-2021, 01:37 PM   #75
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Does anybody have a roster for the 2021 season to the end of the World Series with update ratings equipments lineups and rotations Iíve been looking like crazy but I canít find would greatly appreciate it


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Old 11-12-2021, 04:49 PM   #76
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I just started working on a new spreadsheet where I will input all the pitch data from 2021.

I have finished the A.L. East and I am currently working on the A.L. Central.

I figure it will take me about 4-6 weeks to finish.

Stay tuned.

Your contributions are very much appreciated by myself and others, MBMavs20. I wanted to ask how you were able to do 1987 pitch edits when data was not readily available ?
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Old 11-15-2021, 02:26 PM   #77
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That was tough. I bought the Neyers/James guide to Pitchers book and that was a big help.

I also just googled pitchers and tried to find as many articles or scouting reports that mentioned what type of pitches a pitcher threw during their career. some articles would mention their pitch type, some how hard they threw, etc... I also would look for clips on Youtube and the MLB vault.

For pitchers I couldn't find info on, I basically gave them a fastball, breaking ball, and off speed pitch.
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Old 11-16-2021, 12:26 PM   #78
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That was tough. I bought the Neyers/James guide to Pitchers book and that was a big help.

I also just googled pitchers and tried to find as many articles or scouting reports that mentioned what type of pitches a pitcher threw during their career. some articles would mention their pitch type, some how hard they threw, etc... I also would look for clips on Youtube and the MLB vault.

For pitchers I couldn't find info on, I basically gave them a fastball, breaking ball, and off speed pitch.
Okay. How do you determine pitch break ratings ?
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A couple of years ago, I created a chart for the pitches and their break movement.

For example, if you give a curveball a 0 ratings, it will still break about 2 inches. So I worked backwards and created a chart for movement. I also look at the league average for curveball movement.

For Sliders, I try and not go over 60 for a break rating because it feels unrealistic. If a slider breaks that much, like 6 or more inches, I go with a Slurve.

I use a Running Fastball if that pitch has more than 4 inches of horizontal movement. Some people use 6 inches before giving a Running Fastball.

If a Curveball has more than 6 inches of horizontal movement, I go with a Sweeping Curve.

I use Forkballs more than Splitters because most Splitters have a ton of horizontal movement and the Forkball has more horizontal movement than the Splitter. Same with the Circle Changes.

Hope that helps.
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A couple of years ago, I created a chart for the pitches and their break movement.

For example, if you give a curveball a 0 ratings, it will still break about 2 inches. So I worked backwards and created a chart for movement. I also look at the league average for curveball movement.

For Sliders, I try and not go over 60 for a break rating because it feels unrealistic. If a slider breaks that much, like 6 or more inches, I go with a Slurve.

I use a Running Fastball if that pitch has more than 4 inches of horizontal movement. Some people use 6 inches before giving a Running Fastball.

If a Curveball has more than 6 inches of horizontal movement, I go with a Sweeping Curve.

I use Forkballs more than Splitters because most Splitters have a ton of horizontal movement and the Forkball has more horizontal movement than the Splitter. Same with the Circle Changes.

Hope that helps.

What about sinkers/2-seam and changeup/circle change? How do you differentiate them?


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