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|#54977||Forum >> Discussions >> Effects of the "2034 Mega Training Update"||Seca||10/23/2017 3:44:05 pm|
My opinion, but lower than AAA, promote as usual.
At AAA I wouldn't be afraid to give them some extra time. Especially if:
- you don't have a lot of ML playing time for them
- they seem behind in SI
- they are still learning the position you want them to play
|#54978||Forum >> Discussions >> Best of Luck in 2034||Seca||10/23/2017 3:53:17 pm|
|Hehe. Ya, i can't see my luck holding.
Barker is 22-3 over the last two seasons. I suspect I could release him and he'd pass straight thru waivers.
|#54979||Forum >> Bug Reports >> Server rollover bugs||Rock777||10/23/2017 4:02:47 pm|
|I had considered that as well, but I doubt this guy has maxed out his training yet...
And here is a A player who only gained 1 SI. Not recommended to promote and was in A from the start of the season, so he shouldn't have lost any training.
Compare him to this guy in AAA who gain 27 SI.
Add in the fact that some players are being recommended to jump over AAA entirely, and players gaining multiple years of experience.
I think the only logical solution is that not all players actually received multiple training updates, while some received MANY updates.
Updated Monday, October 23 2017 @ 4:23:05 pm PDT
|#54980||Forum >> Discussions >> Effects of the "2034 Mega Training Update"||Rock777||10/23/2017 4:10:52 pm|
|That guy didn't grow fully. He is a POT 15 playing at the level of a POT 14. Still a good player, but not as good as he would have been with proper training.|
|#54981||Forum >> Discussions >> Effects of the "2034 Mega Training Update"||Rock777||10/23/2017 4:15:57 pm|
Except not all players gained. This IS the proof that it was not evenly applied. And yes, that is the way microprocessors work. I'm a developer myself.
|#54982||Forum >> Bug Reports >> Server rollover bugs||Rock777||10/23/2017 4:27:54 pm|
|Just to make the point more clear. Two of the players linked to in the previous post:
"Kiki" Sears, 30 year old pitcher in AAA. Was about 27 SI short of his max. 0 IP = 27 SI
Guillermo Saenez, 26 year old pitcher in AAA. Was about 57 SI short of his max. 13 IP = 0.5 SI
|#54983||Forum >> Baseball >> World Series Predictions||Seca||10/23/2017 4:33:51 pm|
|With the Jays golfing I adopted the Astros in the AL (anything but sox or yanks really), and the Dodgers (long loved Turner) in the NL.
So I'm at a bit of a loss who to cheer for now. Probably just close games.
As for who will win ... I dunno. I feel LA has been riding Turner hard. If he were to cool off a bit, may be enough for Houston to sneak thru.
|#54984||Forum >> Discussions >> 2034 Cup #itsyouryear||Cactusguy21||10/23/2017 4:34:20 pm|
|Gave up 24 runs in the first three games. Off to a good start!|
|#54985||Forum >> Help >> older player changing position||shikago||10/23/2017 4:37:27 pm|
|Was hoping that the range + arm boost to other positions might be worth it, but you're probably right. Him capping at 7 fielding seems pretty low for a guy lacking "poor fielder" or even "below average fielder" though. Was always banking on it being average.
@wickersty - Your guy at least has a little room to grow fielding-wise. 10 wouldn't be so bad.
|#54986||Forum >> Help >> Position training||Seca||10/23/2017 4:45:14 pm|
|Altuve? Pedroia? I'm certain Steve has said height and weight are cosmetic.
Anyway, I think he is jaw dropping amazing at 2B, even better if he can leverage that speed for some base stealing. 16 range is fine, especially if partnered with an 18+ SS.
Updated Monday, October 23 2017 @ 4:47:06 pm PDT