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Old 04-23-2013, 02:37 PM   #1
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Seperate injuries for Pitchers and Position players.

While I wont argue the data that the number of injuries are correct, could you please look at reworking the injury system to pull from separate files for pitchers and position players.

That way the pitchers have correct and longer lasting injuries while the position players have more numerous but shorter term injuries. Position players get more DTD injuries while pitchers tend toward almost all their injuries being of the 15DL type.

It kind of ruins my immersion factor when my LF goes down for a blister on his finger, while my CF is out for the year with Tommy John, and my RF is out with a dead arm for two months.
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While I wont argue the data that the number of injuries are correct, could you please look at reworking the injury system to pull from separate files for pitchers and position players.

That way the pitchers have correct and longer lasting injuries while the position players have more numerous but shorter term injuries. Position players get more DTD injuries while pitchers tend toward almost all their injuries being of the 15DL type.

It kind of ruins my immersion factor when my LF goes down for a blister on his finger, while my CF is out for the year with Tommy John, and my RF is out with a dead arm for two months.
OFers getting elbow injuries isn't unheard of I don't think. I agree about things like finger blisters though.
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OFers getting elbow injuries isn't unheard of I don't think. I agree about things like finger blisters though.
Carl Crawford a notable recent example. I like the suggestion.
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