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Old 02-11-2014, 05:38 AM   #1
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New Ratings System Question

specifically about this part:

So, for example, you'll know that a 60/100 power rating is actually above the league average (which is always 50 in the 1-100 rating scale) - by one standard deviation, to be exact (for you math heads).

So, does that mean a 70 is 2 SD's above, an 80 3 SD's, a 90 4, etc?
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I'm more concerned about a deadball-era hitter rated as 40/100 power in OOTP14 but now being rated as 100 because he is so much better than anyone else.
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I'm more concerned about a deadball-era hitter rated as 40/100 power in OOTP14 but now being rated as 100 because he is so much better than anyone else.

OOTP 15 introduces a new optional rating system that calculates average player ratings for all positions at the start of the season and then displays player ratings throughout the game in relation to those averages.
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I'm more concerned about a deadball-era hitter rated as 40/100 power in OOTP14 but now being rated as 100 because he is so much better than anyone else.
It's just a rating system, not the ratings itself

In the player editor, deadball era HR hitter Buck Freeman will still have 50 out of 250 power

I am actually looking foward to it, as being the Commish, I can see an odd player leading in steals in 1910 and seeing he is the fastest man in the league, or average speed but the best base stealer

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