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Old 03-02-2005, 01:10 AM   #73
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Jistic your slider are far and away the best I ever used...
I concur. I've been using them the last 3-4 games I've played and I'm getting great results all around. I finally started hitting better so that's been a positive. Though I'm not sure if it's due to the sliders or just getting adjusted to the game again.

In any case, I'm having a blast with your V2 sliders. Great job!!
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Old 03-02-2005, 02:49 AM   #74
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AHhhh Jistic I love you! These sliders (V2) are amazing! Simply spectacular! I just played a game against the Phillies with My Mets in owner mode, Harden (don't ask how I got him) vs. their no 2 starter, i forget his name. It started off as it should in the first inning i scored 1 and they scored about 2. This wasn't suprising considering both pitchers aren't exactly stars. It kept going and pretty soon it 3-2 Phillies, and Kenny Lofton bombs a 2 run shot to make it 5-2. And then in the 6th my hitters finally started hitting, and I made it 5-4. And then my no. 8 hitter, Jason Phillips, who's filling in for a suspended Doug Mentkiewicz, BOMBS a homer to make it 5-5 and later Piazza (who went 3-3 with 3 RBI's) makes it 6-5. Going into the final inning, I put in my closer, a young rookie by the name of Huston Street. It was a risk, but I risk I love taking. The rookie scares me a bit, allowing an off-the-wall double, but he comes through and makes the save. What an amazing game, what amazing sliders. YOU'RE THE GREATEST!
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Old 03-02-2005, 03:50 AM   #75
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Some food for thought regarding the pitching fatigue. I just played a game, Blue Jays vs. Red Sox..Schilling vs. Halladay with the user pitching fatigue brought back down to -15.

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Schilling	7.1	7	1	1	1	7	0	109
I pulled Schilling after he got in trouble in the 8th. With the user pitching fatigue set at -15 Schilling's stamina was down to 28%, and it was becoming very difficult to hit spots. I will test a few more games but I'm liking the results from the first game at -15 anyways.

Let me know what you think.
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Old 03-02-2005, 10:07 AM   #76
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Thanks for all of the feedback guys. I'm glad to see you're having some good results.

The one thing about pitcher fatigue is that it seems to me that regardless of the slider setting, pitchers recover too quickly. Even the CPU pitchers in simmed games recover just as fast. I don't think we can help that with sliders.

Now that being said, if your guys are lasting too long IN GAME then yes, you should adjust it. I tried it at a lot of different settings and this one worked best for me. And the thing is, now after playing 20 games without adjustments and looking at the season stats the numbers are just too good for me. I have noticed that with variable 'stuff' on pitchers don't play the same from game to game.

So if you are playing at a lower setting continue testing and let me know. I just may not be as good at hitting the meter in the later innings. And my pitch counts are still dead on. Also don't forget to test the middle of the road starters.

I may toy with it some more myself and see how it goes as well.
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Thanks for all of the feedback guys. I'm glad to see you're having some good results.

The one thing about pitcher fatigue is that it seems to me that regardless of the slider setting, pitchers recover too quickly. Even the CPU pitchers in simmed games recover just as fast. I don't think we can help that with sliders.

Now that being said, if your guys are lasting too long IN GAME then yes, you should adjust it. I tried it at a lot of different settings and this one worked best for me. And the thing is, now after playing 20 games without adjustments and looking at the season stats the numbers are just too good for me. I have noticed that with variable 'stuff' on pitchers don't play the same from game to game.

So if you are playing at a lower setting continue testing and let me know. I just may not be as good at hitting the meter in the later innings. And my pitch counts are still dead on. Also don't forget to test the middle of the road starters.

I may toy with it some more myself and see how it goes as well.
Jistic please by all means do not change anything at all if you feel is working great, I'm only judging the pitcher fatiuge after only one game, so maybe I have to play more then one game to judge this sliders, but form the one game they really are amazing. Great work. I played the best damn game I ever played last night. Thanks.
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Old 03-02-2005, 10:53 AM   #78
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Jistic, tried your sliders last nite. My Rangers beat the O's 8-4. Hit a pair of 3 run HR's in the game. I think the sliders are pretty good after one game. I'll have to play a couple more games.
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Old 03-02-2005, 01:10 PM   #79
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The one thing about pitcher fatigue is that it seems to me that regardless of the slider setting, pitchers recover too quickly. Even the CPU pitchers in simmed games recover just as fast. I don't think we can help that with sliders.

Thats the one thing they didn't fix from last year was pitcher fatigue between games. Upsets me that I can use the same relief pitcher if I wanted to for 162 games without a problem. Would the Pitching Grace slider (or whatever it's called) help this out?

You're sliders rock, by the way!
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Old 03-02-2005, 01:18 PM   #80
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I don't think so. The simmed games don't use sliders as far as I can tell and they have the same fatigue issues. BUt hey by all means mess with it and let us know if you learn anything.
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