GigEmAgs

08-05-2007, 09:32 PM

Ok, either Im the only one with a lot of questions, or just no one wants to ask them on here, but here is another question lol. BTW, thanks so much to everyone who has helped me.

So, Ive started with a brand new team and I am working on training only my pitching (and some catching and running) for the next 20 days. After the 20 days I will see who my top pitcher(s) are and who degrades the slowest. What Im wondering though is, if one player is degrading at a much slower rate right now after just one day of training, does that mean he will always degrade slowly?

For example, I numbered all 12 of my players numbers 1-12. Here is the order of the top 8 players by pitching skill after 1 full pie of training:

3, 4, 12, 1, 5, 2, 11, 6

However, after waiting for a couple hours after finishing training, this is the order of those players:

3, 4, 12, 6, 5, 1, 2, 11

As you can see, four players (5,1,2,11) all fell below number 6. I have yet to wait a longer time to see if numbers 3,4,12 fall below him as well, but it seems obvious right now that player 6 loses his skills at a much slower rate than players 5,1,2,11.

Does this mean anything at all? Even though player 6 isnt gaining pitching skill as fast as the other players, will he continue to not lose the skills as fast either (indicating that he is the better pitcher)? Thanks for any help on this

So, Ive started with a brand new team and I am working on training only my pitching (and some catching and running) for the next 20 days. After the 20 days I will see who my top pitcher(s) are and who degrades the slowest. What Im wondering though is, if one player is degrading at a much slower rate right now after just one day of training, does that mean he will always degrade slowly?

For example, I numbered all 12 of my players numbers 1-12. Here is the order of the top 8 players by pitching skill after 1 full pie of training:

3, 4, 12, 1, 5, 2, 11, 6

However, after waiting for a couple hours after finishing training, this is the order of those players:

3, 4, 12, 6, 5, 1, 2, 11

As you can see, four players (5,1,2,11) all fell below number 6. I have yet to wait a longer time to see if numbers 3,4,12 fall below him as well, but it seems obvious right now that player 6 loses his skills at a much slower rate than players 5,1,2,11.

Does this mean anything at all? Even though player 6 isnt gaining pitching skill as fast as the other players, will he continue to not lose the skills as fast either (indicating that he is the better pitcher)? Thanks for any help on this