All Forums > SimLeague Baseball > SimLeague Baseball > Double Counting of Stadium Modifier
10/9/2012 2:16 AM
Does the logic of the game - the normalization process - incorporate the location that a player played in? For example, if I were to draft 2012 Curtis Granderson, would his HR numbers go up if I chose the current Yankee Stadium? Likewise if he were to play in a neutral stadium in the sim, but his numbers reflect the actual performance, or would it be modified down since his original stats were in a hr friendly park?

10/9/2012 2:36 AM
The players' real life parks don't matter as far as the SIM is concerned. 
10/9/2012 2:47 AM
so basically you get a double bonus for HR hitters in a HR park - and also a double penalty for pitchers with bad HR #'s in HR parks (which is why as a Cubs fan who plays a lot of 70's progressives in wrigley I will never use fergie jenkins)
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