I've found when entering some pitchers into games that their stamina and confidence are lower than I would expect despite them being fully warmed up.
Couple of things I'm curious about:
Just wanted to see if anyone legitimately knew how certainly aspects of managing the bullpen really work. Haven't found many threads or videos on it.
See now this is a post that's worth discussing, not some noob posting something about what card/pack he got today or how he missed a ball in the outfield/I want a refund.
Okay since I'm a Man and a Seasoned Franchise player I will give you my theories....
there should be something with pitch counts and a starter reliever stamina that carries forward today schemes If you use a reliever in consecutive days or two days in four games the stamina should be depleted or very low also starters who are on in games like in real life that are just dealing should have an attribute that lets them stay in the groove where they are just very hard to hit for one game or two games even three. They should have like a progressive pitching fatigue factor so if you use your starters in the early start of the season throwing 89 innings a game then come the summer months they'll have a lesser fatigue threshold because they've thrown so many innings The franchise is broken because you can throw a starter 9 innings and next game he's automatically rested up