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  1. #31
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    Re: HoustonGM's Baseball Mogul 2013 Rosters

    Quote Originally Posted by HoustonGM View Post
    That's why I use the +/- buttons. If you just input their minor league stats, of course they're going to be far too good. Use the - button to drop them down.
    Sounds good. Thanks!

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    Re: HoustonGM's Baseball Mogul 2013 Rosters

    Quote Originally Posted by HoustonGM View Post
    First update is posted. Very minor changes from the set that is included with the game. Most notably, these begin on March 27th instead of March 1st and have simulation settings set to produce the most accurate results.
    Just wanted to give you my thanks and gratitude for all the work you have done for Baseball Mogul over the years. I've really appreciated everything you've created. Especially the roster updates.

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    Re: HoustonGM's Baseball Mogul 2013 Rosters

    Hello,

    Eric Hacker is no longer in the Twins organization. I believe that he signed back with San Francisco in the offseason but I am unsure if he is still with them.

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    Re: HoustonGM's Baseball Mogul 2013 Rosters

    Quote Originally Posted by EVEN11323 View Post
    Hello,

    Eric Hacker is no longer in the Twins organization. I believe that he signed back with San Francisco in the offseason but I am unsure if he is still with them.
    He should be a free agent, thanks

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    Re: HoustonGM's Baseball Mogul 2013 Rosters

    Don't mean to bother you, but the Yankees just traded for C Chris Stewart. He has been named the backup catcher for the Yanks.
    Here's a link from MLB.com.
    http://mlb.mlb.com/news/article.jsp?...k_nyy&c_id=nyy
    Bleeding pinstripes for a long time.

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    Re: HoustonGM's Baseball Mogul 2013 Rosters

    How can I edit a player that they will be listed as able to play 2 positions? For example Mark Trumbo, I want to list him as 1B/3B.

    Thanks

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    Re: HoustonGM's Baseball Mogul 2013 Rosters

    Quote Originally Posted by Angel Fan View Post
    How can I edit a player that they will be listed as able to play 2 positions? For example Mark Trumbo, I want to list him as 1B/3B.

    Thanks
    You can do like Scioscia will and play him at 3B & see how he fares there

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    Re: HoustonGM's Baseball Mogul 2013 Rosters

    Why does Milwaukee have 3 1st round picks?
    Quote Originally Posted by Biggles View Post
    You beat me twice yesterday. I've never been beaten in the postseason in different leagues by the same person on the same day.

    Relish this day..

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    Re: HoustonGM's Baseball Mogul 2013 Rosters

    Quote Originally Posted by Angel Fan View Post
    How can I edit a player that they will be listed as able to play 2 positions? For example Mark Trumbo, I want to list him as 1B/3B.

    Thanks
    I don't know how to make it list the player like that. Trumbo has predicted stats and a defensive rating at third base, though, so he's fine to play there.



    Quote Originally Posted by daves View Post
    Why does Milwaukee have 3 1st round picks?
    Because they do in real life. I edited the draft so that all 180 picks (30 teams, 6 rounds) match the first 180 picks of the real life draft.

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    Re: HoustonGM's Baseball Mogul 2013 Rosters

    Few minor changes for the Braves:

    Drew Sutton to AAA
    Matt Diaz to Bench
    Chad Durbin, Livan Hernandez, Kris Medlen to Relief
    Cory Gearrin to AAA
    Julio Teheran to AAA (This one I'm assuming he will be in AAA instead of A)

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    Re: HoustonGM's Baseball Mogul 2013 Rosters

    Quote Originally Posted by bizsumpark182 View Post
    Few minor changes for the Braves:

    Drew Sutton to AAA
    Matt Diaz to Bench
    Chad Durbin, Livan Hernandez, Kris Medlen to Relief
    Cory Gearrin to AAA
    Julio Teheran to AAA (This one I'm assuming he will be in AAA instead of A)
    Read the first post

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    Re: HoustonGM's Baseball Mogul 2013 Rosters

    grasshopper mentioned in another thread a possible lack of depth from some teams. If you notice that a team lacks depth in the sense that, at some point due to injury or what have you, a player that is clearly not ready for the MLB is starting for them, let me know what team and what position it's occurring at and I'll see if I can address any such issues.

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    Re: HoustonGM's Baseball Mogul 2013 Rosters

    HGM. I don't want to bother you, but i wonder if there is any way to make the rosters compatible with Baseball Mogul 2012.

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    Re: HoustonGM's Baseball Mogul 2013 Rosters

    Quote Originally Posted by Doc View Post
    HGM. I don't want to bother you, but i wonder if there is any way to make the rosters compatible with Baseball Mogul 2012.
    There's not. The game can load files created on its version or earlier, but not files created on newer versions.

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    Re: HoustonGM's Baseball Mogul 2013 Rosters

    Quote Originally Posted by HoustonGM View Post


    Because they do in real life. I edited the draft so that all 180 picks (30 teams, 6 rounds) match the first 180 picks of the real life draft.

    Very impressive. Thanks.

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