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Old 01-19-2019, 11:23 PM   #1
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Changing Starter glitch?

So Hershiser was 82 % rested so I sent him to long relief where he became 35% exhausted. Ohtani 95% rested long relief went to the rotation and became 48% tired.

How did this happen?
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So Hershiser was 82 % rested so I sent him to long relief where he became 35% exhausted. Ohtani 95% rested long relief went to the rotation and became 48% tired.

How did this happen?
Yeah, there's some different scale of fatigue for SP vs. RP. Flip them back and forth and the fatigue changes. It doesn't seem to make logical sense that they'd be more tired as a RP than a SP. Perhaps it's because of the "going all out" mentality of a reliever...a starter will try to efficiently use whatever energy they have left, but a reliever is just blasting away every pitch until they are tapped out.
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Yeah, there's some different scale of fatigue for SP vs. RP. Flip them back and forth and the fatigue changes. It doesn't seem to make logical sense that they'd be more tired as a RP than a SP. Perhaps it's because of the "going all out" mentality of a reliever...a starter will try to efficiently use whatever energy they have left, but a reliever is just blasting away every pitch until they are tapped out.
The fatigue values are listed as their fatigue relative to that role. There's always going to be quirks to the model, so the Hershiser case I would say is a rare time that things maybe look weird.

The Ohtani case is a pretty typical one, though. Generally speaking, starters care more about when they last pitched, and relievers care a little bit more about how much they pitched. So a guy who had 1 pitch a day or two ago is going to drop his SP fatigue a lot, and his RP fatigue a little.
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