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    Now that it’s the off-season, I’d like to allocate more funds to player development and scouting. How do I do this? Will I need to reduce salary by letting some players go?

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    Quote Originally Posted by PornStar View Post
    Now that it’s the off-season, I’d like to allocate more funds to player development and scouting. How do I do this? Will I need to reduce salary by letting some players go?
    Salary Cap-Front Office Payroll=Front Office Allocations
    You can adjust how many percentage you want to allocate in four categories. If you want to max out 4 categories,you need at least 4*4.75mil=19mil
    And you can only adjust allocations between 2/28~3/31 of a season.
    Last edited by snowwind; December 2, 2018 at 06:41 AM.

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    The front office payroll decides how much money you will have to spend towards player drills, development, batting scouts, and pitching scouts. Your total payroll and front office payroll are different because your front office payroll is the added salary of all your players with active roster experience. Thus, players in LM or players in AAA won’t be accounted for in your front office payroll.
    7th Grade Noob

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    Quote Originally Posted by PornStar View Post
    Now that it’s the off-season, I’d like to allocate more funds to player development and scouting. How do I do this? Will I need to reduce salary by letting some players go?
    If you want to have a lower front office payroll and higher allocations, you need to cut players on your active roster or AAA that had experience in the big leagues.
    7th Grade Noob

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    Ok I’ll need to release a player or two it seems. Thanks everyone

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