There are many thingsabout this game that defy logic, andI suppose that the randomness of our results generating system are the cause. In 80m leagues, I frequently draft '18 Ruth. I used to rest him whenever he dropped below 100%, but I stopped doing that, and play him down to 80. The results are inconclusive. sometimes he does better when he is fatigued, occasionally much better. IMO, the P %s do notalways represent their true vulnerability to fatigue. If my opponent is using modern Ps in a 3 man, low PC rotationRuth kills them,nomatter his fatigue %. I have found that to be true of other deadball era hitters as well. This does not seem to be as true forsimilarly IP dead ballera Ps,like Dutch Leonard. In higher cap leagues, pitching fatigue is non existent most of the time, and playing fatigues hitters doesn't work out. I wish I had data to prove this, but I dobelieve it is accurate.