All Forums > Hardball Dynasty Baseball > Hardball Dynasty > Pitcher fatigue @ season start and not progressing
10/8/2012 8:20 PM
I have two quality prospect Starting pitchers in my minor system  #p4649998Charlie Hill#p and #p4404533Albert Ortiz#p that have begun the year with a diminished fatigue percentage.  I realize that several of my players started the season with less than 100% fatigue but both of these pitchers have not pitched yet this current minor league season (12 games so far) and are only improving 1 % point after each game.  Both players are currently RESTING, but it's not getting any better.  I reviewed their stats from last year and they both only pitched less than between 140 and 170 innings last year, and at no point did they pitch when their % was less than 99%.  This is a complete mystery to me and any help would be appreciated.  I am tempted to get each of them in a game now and see what happens (like how Fonzie used to hit the jukebox).  Thanks for the help.

10/8/2012 8:36 PM
If you didn't wear them out in ST, send a ticket.  It doesn't look like they pitched from what I see.  Something is amiss.
10/8/2012 8:55 PM
They both appeared in a couple of regular season minor league games as position players.  That screws up fatigue and recovery.
10/8/2012 8:59 PM
Yep, that will kill a pitcher. Fill out your minor league roster.
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