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  1. #1
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    crazy stats

    I just played the 2018 season with the Yankees on 21.05. I didn't change any specs and Greg Bird ended up with 120 home runs and 214 RBI's for the year. Anthony Rendon and 1 other player who I don't remember also hit over 100 home runs for the year. Aaron Judge ended up with 11h ome runs and nobody else on the team had over 20. I did not look at any other teams because the stats were so ridiculous I quit the game without saving.

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    Re: crazy stats

    Quote Originally Posted by jsturrus View Post
    I just played the 2018 season with the Yankees on 21.05. I didn't change any specs and Greg Bird ended up with 120 home runs and 214 RBI's for the year. Anthony Rendon and 1 other player who I don't remember also hit over 100 home runs for the year. Aaron Judge ended up with 11h ome runs and nobody else on the team had over 20. I did not look at any other teams because the stats were so ridiculous I quit the game without saving.
    I have been running a dynasty from 1950. Among other statistical anomalies, around 1960 there was a home run explosion with several players hitting 60-plus homers a year.

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    Re: crazy stats

    Just played the demo version for 2018: Joey Gallo (TEX) had 80 HR, and a Yankee had 78. Considering the all time record is 73, those seem a bit high.
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    Re: crazy stats

    Yeah....HRs are up.
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    Re: crazy stats

    Well as for the 60 home runs and more in the 1960s I give you Roger Maris. As for all the later years with the 80 and 100 hrs a year I guess that would mean we're in the reallllllyyyyyyyyyy live ball era if 1920 was the end of the dead ball era.

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