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Old 04-23-2013, 12:08 AM   #1
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Age minimums and maximums for minor leagues

an example would be having a "rookie league" where the age maximum is 23, the team must promote the player before their 24th birthday or they would go into free agency.
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Old 04-23-2013, 01:31 AM   #2
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Service limits are better (IMO), as they are common and have a long history in minor league baseball.
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Different levels of the minors use one or the other or both. I'd like the option to see both. Also, minimum ages, so I can have a "crappy veterans league" where teams can stick all their 25+ year old AAAA types who're only in the organization as insurance policies.
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Service limits are better (IMO), as they are common and have a long history in minor league baseball.
True, but Markus has said that that isn't practical from a programming point of view.
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Service limits are better (IMO), as they are common and have a long history in minor league baseball.

Right, but these are ALL fictional leagues we are playing, so not everything has to be exactly the same as it was in real life leagues.
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