Back to the 90s Closer Usage

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Back to the 90s Closer Usage

PostTue Jul 18, 2023 12:38 am

I'm just experimenting with Regular Closer Usage. I had Jay Howell (C4) in a closing situation. He immediately got the hook after allowing a hit. Rich Rodriguez (no closer rating) was brought in to save the game.

It's early in the season but Rodriguez leads the team with 4 saves out of 4 chances. So, this has happened on more than one occasion. I'm a little confused with this managerial decision that seems to be repeating. I guess Rodriguez must be a good card but has no closer rating. I normally avoid Back to the 90's because I don't like spending a lot money on closers to begin with.
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Re: Back to the 90s Closer Usage

PostSun Sep 17, 2023 2:43 am

If it is the mystery card league, then the computer will go to the better pitcher. Jay Howell probly one of his shaky seasons
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Re: Back to the 90s Closer Usage

PostTue Sep 19, 2023 7:52 pm

Howell's card was not bad ('90) but the Rodriguez card was his best ('92). So, this backs up what you said. I won the championship too.

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