IINJURY HAPPENED NOT IN GAME Topic

All,

I am trying to figure out what happened with my pitcher.  He was pitching in a game and left after the sixth inning.  Then after the game it says that he is injured, but he wasnt injured in the game.  Then when the player comes off of the disabled list for 230 days or so, he doesnt get an injury recovery.  Is this normal?

Realty
5/14/2013 9:46 PM
It seems like you are referring to  Hardball Dynasty – Fantasy Baseball Sim Games - Player Profile: Hugh Holzemer. He was never placed on the DL (according to his card) 
5/14/2013 9:56 PM
Oh, ya, that is right.  I never placed him on the DL.  I forgot about that.  I just left him sit injured and never placed him on the DL.  Would that have something to do with it?
5/15/2013 6:27 AM
No. There are a few injuries that occur outside a game, not often.. I might see one every couple of seasons, per team. Sometimes they're listed as "non-baseball injury," sometimes not.
5/15/2013 7:30 AM
Posted by realty on 5/15/2013 6:27:00 AM (view original):
Oh, ya, that is right.  I never placed him on the DL.  I forgot about that.  I just left him sit injured and never placed him on the DL.  Would that have something to do with it?

Think of it this way . . . if he's not placed on the DL, he's not receiving any treatment for his injury.  Hence, no recovery.

The DL, combined with a high medical budget, can be your friend.

5/15/2013 7:50 AM
This sore of thing can happen in the majors too. Guy throws six innings, all is well then the next day he wakes up and is having pain. Injured but there was not in game injury
5/15/2013 10:04 PM
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