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    Question 51% fatigue... goes 9 Innings 1 ER

    LCS Game 6, down 3-2

    https://www.csfbl.com/game/boxscore.asp?gameid=42923985


    Has anyone seen anything like this before? I wasn't sure, but believed he was the better option than 78% Peter Stannard (67-31-47-94-67 EN), so I went with him (based on their stats against Cybertron, who is clearly the best team & offense in the league)

    Suzuki ratings (acts & pots):
    85-85-93-75-76 EN
    85-85-93-98-76 EN

    Now I get the pleasure of starting 97 FI Aubrey Taylor (80-97-82-46-92 EN) for Game 7 at 68%. Wish me luck.

    Does anyone have experience starting pitchers at these percentages? This is untested waters for me, but 1/1.
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    Re: 51% fatigue... goes 9 Innings 1 ER

    You can run the math if you want. The fatigue up until 0% is relatively negligible. After that it becomes more impactful. You need to run the numbers to see the true impact. But, 2 things are in play... first, highly skilled players see a bigger impact numbers-wise (it's a percentage, after all) and secondly, adjust for non-linearity, highly skilled players will be more impacted as well (a drop from 95 to 85 is a far bigger drop than 65 to 55). Remember that SY is not affected by fatigue. Finally, all of that said, the better pitcher is going to perform better.
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    Re: 51% fatigue... goes 9 Innings 1 ER

    Assuming you're running a three man rotation, why aren't your starting pitchers recovering to closer to 100%?
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    Re: 51% fatigue... goes 9 Innings 1 ER

    Quote Originally Posted by davidv23 View Post
    Assuming you're running a three man rotation, why aren't your starting pitchers recovering to closer to 100%?
    Trust me it wasn't planned. When you have no bullpen you have to adjust and come up with a plan for each sim. The sim doesn't always take guys out exactly when you ask them to either, extended late innings can really impact a players Energy % and put him lower than your limits.

    As shown in this thread, sometimes a non-rested player is better than the rested player given the right circumstances.

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    Re: 51% fatigue... goes 9 Innings 1 ER

    That 93 CO really helps w the efficiency throwing less pitches. What was your fatigue threshold set at?


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    Georgia Peaches (Diamond Legends, 81-current) 87, 90, 91, 93, 97
    Royston Tigers (Big League 85-current) 85, 88, 89, 91, 92, 97, 02, 04, 05, 06 ,07,08
    Cobbs Black Sox (E P86-current) 86, 91, 92, 04, 06, 08
    Cobbs Scoundrels (CBF 2115-2127, 2129-current) 28, 29
    Cobbs Deadball Brawlers (MLB Blitz, 81-current) 93
    Tuktoyaktuk Wolverines (TCL, 2122-current)
    Cobbs Terrible Beauties (Cooperstown Prospects, 2002-current) 02, 03, 04, 05, 06, 07, 08
    Cobbs Deadball Brawlers (Blue Chip Baseball, 2003-2013) 08, 09
    Cobbs Daffiness Boys (Dodgers Baseball, 1956-65) 61, 62
    Cobbs Leatherstockings (GOAT 3, 2006-2011)
    Augusta Tigers (LEG, 2056-2067)

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    Re: 51% fatigue... goes 9 Innings 1 ER

    Quote Originally Posted by TyrusCobb View Post
    That 93 CO really helps w the efficiency throwing less pitches. What was your fatigue threshold set at?


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    It was set to -50% for that sim (elimination game)

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    Re: 51% fatigue... goes 9 Innings 1 ER

    Quote Originally Posted by KingRat View Post
    It was set to -50% for that sim (elimination game)
    Cool. So he got his 100% but he was pretty gassed (other than SY) at the end!


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    Georgia Peaches (Diamond Legends, 81-current) 87, 90, 91, 93, 97
    Royston Tigers (Big League 85-current) 85, 88, 89, 91, 92, 97, 02, 04, 05, 06 ,07,08
    Cobbs Black Sox (E P86-current) 86, 91, 92, 04, 06, 08
    Cobbs Scoundrels (CBF 2115-2127, 2129-current) 28, 29
    Cobbs Deadball Brawlers (MLB Blitz, 81-current) 93
    Tuktoyaktuk Wolverines (TCL, 2122-current)
    Cobbs Terrible Beauties (Cooperstown Prospects, 2002-current) 02, 03, 04, 05, 06, 07, 08
    Cobbs Deadball Brawlers (Blue Chip Baseball, 2003-2013) 08, 09
    Cobbs Daffiness Boys (Dodgers Baseball, 1956-65) 61, 62
    Cobbs Leatherstockings (GOAT 3, 2006-2011)
    Augusta Tigers (LEG, 2056-2067)

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