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sweda [Pitcher’s Fatigue] updated for new rules
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 Once you have found the range of numbers containing the dice roll, scan across to the center to read the result. ​ The capitalized center symbol is the result of the play, and is your guide when referring to the SYMBOLS CHART for the specific result of the play.  The lower case letters give you the play’s location and who fields the ball. Once you have found the range of numbers containing the dice roll, scan across to the center to read the result. ​ The capitalized center symbol is the result of the play, and is your guide when referring to the SYMBOLS CHART for the specific result of the play.  The lower case letters give you the play’s location and who fields the ball.
  
-Here’s an example. ​ Craig Kimbrel is facing Mike Trout. ​ The number rolled is 847.  Looking at Rivera’s card (numbers 500-999) and scanning down the “vs. RH” column, you find the range of numbers 651-941 contain the number you just rolled. ​ The result is “SO”, so Trout struck out.+Here’s an example. ​ Craig Kimbrel is facing Mike Trout. ​ The number rolled is 847.  Looking at Kimbrel’s card (numbers 500-999) and scanning down the “vs. RH” column, you find the range of numbers 651-941 contain the number you just rolled. ​ The result is “SO”, so Trout struck out.
  
 If the number rolled was 115, the result is “1B gcf” vs. RH on Trout. ​ (Use the location indicators to the left of the result for LH pitchers and to the right for RH pitchers). ​ Looking in the SYMBOLS CHART, we find Trout grounded a single into center field. ​ Because the dice roll came up odd, refer to the 1B (SINGLE) chart for base runner advancement. ​ If the dice roll were even, runners on 2nd and 3rd score automatically. If the number rolled was 115, the result is “1B gcf” vs. RH on Trout. ​ (Use the location indicators to the left of the result for LH pitchers and to the right for RH pitchers). ​ Looking in the SYMBOLS CHART, we find Trout grounded a single into center field. ​ Because the dice roll came up odd, refer to the 1B (SINGLE) chart for base runner advancement. ​ If the dice roll were even, runners on 2nd and 3rd score automatically.
  
-Javier Baez was on second when Trout singled on a 105 roll.  You were playing in Great American Ballpark, a slow grass field. ​ On the 1B (SINGLE) advancement chart, we find Baez scores automatically. ​ If we had been playing on turf, the result would have been “1 + choice”. ​ Baez advances one base and may try for another by going to the COACH’S CHOICE CHART using his 3 run rating. ​ To determine Baez’s chance of scoring adjust his 3 base running for outfielder throwing arms, in this case the leftfielder, and other adjustments,​ such as two outs.  If more than one baserunner has “1 + choice”, the offense chooses who will attempt to advance, and the defense chooses who they will attempt to throw out.+Javier Baez was on second when Trout singled on a 105 roll.  You were playing in Great American Ballpark, a slow grass field. ​ On the 1B (SINGLE) advancement chart, we find Baez scores automatically. ​ If we had been playing on turf, the result would have been “1 + choice”. ​ Baez advances one base and may try for another by going to the COACH’S CHOICE CHART using his 3 run rating. ​ To determine Baez’s chance of scoring adjust his 3 base running for outfielder throwing arms, in this case the left fielder, and other adjustments,​ such as two outs.  If more than one baserunner has “1 + choice”, the offense chooses who will attempt to advance, and the defense chooses who they will attempt to throw out.
  
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 If “DF” comes up on the pitcher’s card, there is a chance for a home run. Consult the batter’s card. The batter’s home run batting characteristic (Rp, Ro, Rsp, Lp, Lo, Lsp) and power (Ex, Vg, Av, Fr, Pr) is found midway down the right side of the card for vL and vR pitchers. ​ Roll one die to determine which of the ten field locations (ranging from the right field line to the left field line) the ball is hit on the DEEP FLY LOCATION CHART. ​ If the ball is hit down one of the foul lines (rfl, lfl), roll two dice to see if the ball stays fair or hooks foul.  If the ball stays fair, determine how far the ball must travel to be a home run by checking the wall distances on the BALL PARK HOME RUN EFFECTS CHART. ​ Note whether the wind is blowing crosswind, calm, or blowing straight. ​ The number listed is the distance the batter must generate on a two dice roll off the DEEP FLY CHART for a home run.  If the two dice roll is less than the distance number required on the DEEP FLY CHART, the ball is caught. If “DF” comes up on the pitcher’s card, there is a chance for a home run. Consult the batter’s card. The batter’s home run batting characteristic (Rp, Ro, Rsp, Lp, Lo, Lsp) and power (Ex, Vg, Av, Fr, Pr) is found midway down the right side of the card for vL and vR pitchers. ​ Roll one die to determine which of the ten field locations (ranging from the right field line to the left field line) the ball is hit on the DEEP FLY LOCATION CHART. ​ If the ball is hit down one of the foul lines (rfl, lfl), roll two dice to see if the ball stays fair or hooks foul.  If the ball stays fair, determine how far the ball must travel to be a home run by checking the wall distances on the BALL PARK HOME RUN EFFECTS CHART. ​ Note whether the wind is blowing crosswind, calm, or blowing straight. ​ The number listed is the distance the batter must generate on a two dice roll off the DEEP FLY CHART for a home run.  If the two dice roll is less than the distance number required on the DEEP FLY CHART, the ball is caught.
  
-Here’s an example. ​ The Nationals are playing in Great American Ballpark with no wind.  ​Adam LaRoche ​rolls a DF off Mike Leake. ​ Rolling one die for location (1), the Lsp batting ​LaRoche ​hits the ball deep to right field. ​ Checking the BALL PARK HOME RUN EFFECTS CHART, you find that the distance to right field is at Great American Ballpark .  Checking the DEEP FLY CHART, ​LaRoche’Ex power requires a roll of 10 or higher to generate a distance and hit a HR.  Rolling two dice, you toss a 14.  Scanning down the Ex column, you find LaRoche ​generated a 4, home run!  (If there had been a straight wind at Great American Ballpark, ​14 would have been an out, requiring ​15 to generate an distance.)+Here’s an example. ​ The Nationals are playing in Great American Ballpark with no wind.  ​Bryan Harper ​rolls a DF off Mike Leake. ​ Rolling one die for location (1), the Lsp batting ​Harper ​hits the ball deep to right field. ​ Checking the BALL PARK HOME RUN EFFECTS CHART, you find that the distance to right field is at Great American Ballpark .  Checking the DEEP FLY CHART, ​Harper'​VG power requires a roll of 40 or higher to generate a distance and hit a HR.  Rolling two dice, you toss a 43.  Scanning down the VG column, you find Harper ​generated a 8, home run!  (If there had been a straight wind at Great American Ballpark, ​43 would have been an out, requiring ​44 to generate an distance.)
  
 If “HR” comes up the batter’s card, there is a slight chance the home run is robbed. ​ Roll one die and check the DEEP FLY LOCATION CHART to determine where the ball is hit (ignore the 0-30 foul ball roll for rfl and lfl).  Using the Fence Height of the stadium and the outfielder’s Range rating found on his card, roll two dice and refer to the AT THE WALL CHART for the result. ​ If one of the numbers listed is rolled, the batter’s home run is robbed. If “HR” comes up the batter’s card, there is a slight chance the home run is robbed. ​ Roll one die and check the DEEP FLY LOCATION CHART to determine where the ball is hit (ignore the 0-30 foul ball roll for rfl and lfl).  Using the Fence Height of the stadium and the outfielder’s Range rating found on his card, roll two dice and refer to the AT THE WALL CHART for the result. ​ If one of the numbers listed is rolled, the batter’s home run is robbed.
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