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  • patdevery's Avatar
    11-28-2022, 11:24 PM
    I enjoy playing in both fictional and traditional baseball games. When I am in fictional mode, I sometimes enter into the commissioner mode and alter the women entering baseball year from 0 to a year in the recent past, or all women settings, just to see what happens. In playing BBM through #12, whenever I had this setting set, the players in the draft would generate female names, albeit with several similar names in a repeating stage. After BBM12, the players in the amateur draft have...
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  • patdevery's Avatar
    11-28-2022, 11:11 PM
    Absolutely not. There is no other way to edit a player, alter stadiums, etc. I do this constantly.
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  • als's Avatar
    11-23-2022, 03:50 PM
    I agree with Daves. If you are detailed orientated and want to manage every aspect of your team/franchise, you will probably prefer FOF. If you are more interested in building a team through trades and the draft and not managing the details, you will probably prefer FB Mog. You can try an old edition of FB Mog for free (v17). Get it here (scroll down to bottom of screen): There have been significant improvements since V17; however, it...
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  • als's Avatar
    11-23-2022, 02:12 PM
    There is no easy way to create a league (or team) of players from different years. However, it is possible to do. Just tedious. You have to change the files used by FB Mog to build the teams. Here is where the instructions are: You can create new files for your starting year by selecting the desired players from the default files and copying them into your new files. Be sure to make a copy of the default files first (or...
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  • Slingshot's Avatar
    11-21-2022, 02:05 PM
    I saw a documentary about Josef Mengele recently. He was such a terrible human being.
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