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3 minutes ago, Moose Milligan said:

This is actually really tempting.  I'm thinking about getting this and having two different Orioles franchise.  One where I try to do absurd stuff like bring Gray Rod up and have him as my opening day 2020 starter and see how many players it would try to take to trade for Mike Trout while avoiding bankruptcy.  And then, you know, one that's more serious.

Yea you can also set your settings of difficulty, I think I am using default and was able to trade most of Cobb's salary and trade him for Miguel Andujar (who the game does not rate that highly). Then in the off season I traded Andjuar for Corey Seager lol

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TOP OF THE 7TH
New York Yankees batting - Pitching for Baltimore Orioles : RHP Miguel Castro
Batting: RHB Miguel Andujar 0-0: Called Strike
0-1: Ball
1-1: Ground out 6-3 (Groundball, 6, EV 92.5 MPH)
Batting: RHB DJ LeMahieu 0-0: Swinging Strike
0-1: Ball
1-1: Called Strike
1-2: Ground out 5-3 (Groundball, 5, EV 86.9 MPH)
Batting: RHB Gio Urshela 0-0: Ball
1-0: Foul Ball, location: 2F
1-1: Ball
2-1: Ball
3-1: Swinging Strike
3-2: Foul Ball, location: 2F
3-2: Base on Balls
Pitching: LHP Tanner Scott  
Batting: LHB Brett Gardner 0-0: Called Strike
0-1: Ball
1-1: Ball
2-1: Called Strike
2-2: SINGLE (Groundball, 56D, EV 101.3 MPH)
Gio Urshela to second
Batting: LHB Mike Tauchman 0-0: SINGLE (Groundball, 6MD, EV 88.1 MPH) (infield hit)
Gio Urshela to third
Brett Gardner to second
Batting: RHB Gleyber Torres 0-0: Called Strike
0-1: Ball
1-1: Ball
2-1: Foul Ball, location: 2F
2-2: Strikes out swinging
Top of the 7th over - 0 runs, 2 hits, 0 errors, 3 left on base; New York 9 - Baltimore 5

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This was an interesting inning because it look like Scott was going to just blow up, but then came up big with a K against Torres.

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BOTTOM OF THE 7TH
Baltimore Orioles batting - Pitching for New York Yankees : RHP Tommy Kahnle
Batting: LHB Dwight Smith Jr. 0-0: Called Strike
0-1: Ball
1-1: Foul Ball, location: 2F
1-2: Strikes out swinging
Batting: RHB Jose Iglesias 0-0: Swinging Strike
0-1: Fly out, F9 (Flyball, 89M, EV 89.4 MPH)
Batting: LHB Rio Ruiz 0-0: Called Strike
0-1: Fly out, F8 (Flyball, 8RS, EV 88.8 MPH)
Bottom of the 7th over - 0 runs, 0 hits, 0 errors, 0 left on base; New York 9 - Baltimore 5

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1 minute ago, Enjoy Terror said:

Weird. I have 2017 on my phone.

That was OOTP manager. Not as in depth.

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TOP OF THE 8TH
New York Yankees batting - Pitching for Baltimore Orioles : LHP Tanner Scott
Pitching: RHP Hunter Harvey  
Batting: RHB Giancarlo Stanton 0-0: Called Strike
0-1: Swinging Strike
0-2: Strikes out swinging
Batting: RHB Gary Sanchez 0-0: Ball
1-0: Called Strike
1-1: Swinging Strike
1-2: Strikes out swinging
Batting: RHB Luke Voit 0-0: Ball
1-0: Foul Ball, location: 2F
1-1: Ball
2-1: Foul Ball, location: 2F
2-2: Ball
3-2: Foul Ball, location: 2F
3-2: Fly out, F7 (Flyball, 7, EV 91.3 MPH)
Top of the 8th over - 0 runs, 0 hits, 0 errors, 0 left on base; New York 9 - Baltimore 5

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BOTTOM OF THE 8TH
Baltimore Orioles batting - Pitching for New York Yankees : RHP Tommy Kahnle
Batting: RHB Austin Hays 0-0: Called Strike
0-1: Swinging Strike
0-2: Fly out, F7 (Flyball, 7LD, EV 93.8 MPH)
Batting: RHB Hanser Alberto 0-0: Foul Ball, location: 2F
0-1: Reached on error, E5 (Groundball, 56, EV 90.0 MPH)
Batting: SHB Anthony Santander 0-0: Ball
1-0: Ball
2-0: Ball
3-0: Base on Balls
Hanser Alberto to second
Pitching: RHP Chad Green  
Batting: RHB Renato Nunez 0-0: Called Strike
0-1: Ball
1-1: Ball
2-1: SINGLE (Line Drive, 89M, EV 84.4 MPH)
Hanser Alberto to third
Anthony Santander to second
Batting: LHB Chris Davis 0-0: Swinging Strike
0-1: Called Strike
0-2: Ball
1-2: Foul Ball, location: 5SF
1-2: Strikes out swinging
Batting: RHB Pedro Severino 0-0: Swinging Strike
0-1: Fly out, F8 (Flyball, 8LM, EV 90.6 MPH)
Bottom of the 8th over - 0 runs, 1 hit, 1 error, 3 left on base; New York 9 - Baltimore 5

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1 minute ago, Enjoy Terror said:

Oh! I didn’t know it was different. Maybe I need to upgrade on my PC

Much more indepth than OOTP manager.

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OP OF THE 9TH
New York Yankees batting - Pitching for Baltimore Orioles : RHP Hunter Harvey
Pitching: RHP Shawn Armstrong  
Batting: RHB Miguel Andujar 0-0: SINGLE (Line Drive, 8RS, EV 103.8 MPH)
Batting: RHB DJ LeMahieu 0-0: Foul Ball, location: 2F
0-1: Called Strike
Pickoff Throw by Catcher to First - Out!
0-2: Ball
1-2: Foul Ball, location: 2F
1-2: Strikes out swinging
Batting: RHB Gio Urshela 0-0: Called Strike
0-1: Swinging Strike
0-2: Strikes out looking
Top of the 9th over - 0 runs, 1 hit, 0 errors, 0 left on base; New York 9 - Baltimore 5

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