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For years I have been working on a baseball game that is played based on stats with a 20-sided die (kind of like Dungeons & Dragons)... I have been making modifications to the game and just ran a simulation using current Spring Training rosters... Here was how it played out...

 

NATIONALS VS. MARLINS – 2012

Marlins @ Nationals

Mark Buehrle VS. Edwin Jackson

TOP 1st

 

Jose Reyes FLIES OUT to Center Field

Emilio Bonifacio GROUNDS OUT to Third Base

Hanley Ramirez LINES OUT to Shortstop

 

BOT 1st

 

Ian Desmond GROUNDS OUT to Third Base

Danny Espinosa GROUNDS OUT to First Base

Ryan Zimmerman SINGLES to Right Field

Michael Morse TRIPLES to Left Field, Ryan Zimmerman SCORES

Jayson Werth GROUNDS OUT to Shortstop

 

FLA 0 WAS 1

 

TOP 2nd

 

Giancarlo Stanton GROUNDS OUT to Shortstop

Gaby Sanchez SINGLES to Center Field

Logan Morrison STRIKES OUT

Omar Infante SINGLES to Left Field, Gaby Sanchez to Third Base

John Buck FLIES OUT to Center Field

 

BOT 2nd

 

Adam LaRoche FLIES OUT to Right Field

Bryce Harper STRIKES OUT

Wilson Ramos reaches on INFIELD SINGLE to Second Base

Edwin Jackson FLIES OUT to shallow Left Field

 

FLA 0 WAS 1

 

TOP 3rd

 

Mark Buehrle GROUNDS OUT to Pitcher

Jose Reyes reaches on a BUNT SINGLE to Third Base

Jose Reyes STEALS Second Base

Emilio Bonifacio reaches on ERROR by Second Base, Jose Reyes to Third Base

Hanley Ramirez FLIES OUT to shallow Center Field

Giancarlo Stanton FLIES OUT to deep Left Field

 

BOT 3rd

 

Ian Desmond POPS UP to Shortstop

Danny Espinosa FLIES OUT to deep Right Field

Ryan Zimmerman TRIPLES to Center Field

Michael Morse DOUBLES to Left Field, Ryan Zimmerman SCORES

Jayson Werth FLIES OUT to Center Field

 

FLA 0 WAS 2

 

TOP 4th

 

Gaby Sanchez SINGLES to Left Field

Logan Morrison GROUNDS OUT to First base, Gaby Sanchez to Second Base

Omar Infante SINGLES to Left Field, Gaby Sanchez to Third Base

John Buck INTENTIONALLY WALKS, Omar Infante to Second Base

Mark Buehrle FLIES OUT to Left Field, Gaby Sanchez SCORES

Jose Reyes LINES OUT to Shortstop

 

BOT 4th

 

Adam LaRoche LINES OUT to First Base

Bryce Harper SINGLES to Right Field

Wilson Ramos SINGLES to Left Field

Edwin Jackson BUNTS out, Bryce Harper to Third Base, Wilson Ramos to Second Base

Ian Desmond GROUNDS OUT to Shortstop

 

FLA 1 WAS 2

 

TOP 5th

 

Emilio Bonifacio SINGLES to Center Field

Hanley Ramirez HOMERS to Left Field, Emilio Bonifacio SCORES

Hanley Ramirez SCORES

Giancarlo Stanton FLIES OUT to deep Left Field

Gaby Sanchez FLIES OUT to Center Field

Logan Morrison GROUNDS OUT to Second Base

 

BOT 5th

 

Danny Espinosa GROUNDS OUT to Second Base

Ryan Zimmerman POPS UP to Third Base

Michael Morse FLIES OUT to shallow Center Field

 

FLA 3 WAS 2

 

TOP 6th

 

Omar Infante WALKS

John Buck FLIES OUT to Right Field

Mark Buehrle SAFE on BUNT, Omar Infante to Second Base

Jose Reyes GROUNDS OUT to First base, Omar Infante to Third Base

Mark Buehrle to Second Base

Emilio Bonifacio FLIES OUT deep to Left Field

 

BOT 6th

 

Jayson Werth GROUNDS OUT to Shortstop

Adam LaRoche LINES OUT to Second Base

Bryce Harper SINGLES to Left Field

Wilson Ramos STRIKES OUT

 

FLA 3 WAS 2

 

TOP 7th

 

Brad Lidge now pitching

Hanley Ramirez SINGLES to Center Field

Giancarlo Stanton GROUNDS OUT into DOUBLE PLAY (Hit and Run On)

Gaby Sanchez POPS UP to Second Base

 

BOT 7th

 

Rick Ankiel batting for Brad Lidge

Rick Ankiel WALKS

Ian Desmond POPS OUT on BUNT

Danny Espinosa SINGLES to Center Field, Rick Ankiel to Third Base

Steve Cishek pitching for Mark Buehrle

Ryan Zimmerman GROUNDS OUT into DOUBLE PLAY

 

FLA 3 WAS 2

 

TOP 8th

 

Tyler Clippard pitching

Logan Morrison GROUNDS OUT to Second Base

Omar Infante SINGLES to Center Field

John Buck FLIES OUT to Right Field

Greg Dobbs batting for Steve Cishek

Greg Dobbs FLIES OUT to shallow Right Field

 

 

BOT 8th

 

Edward Mujica pitching

Michael Morse GROUNDS OUT to Shortstop

Jayson Werth FLIES OUT to deep Center Field

Adam LaRoche SINGLES to Right Field

Bryce Harper WALKS, Adam LaRoche to Second Base

Wilson Ramos SINGLES to Left Field, Adam LaRoche SCORES

Bryce Harper to Second Base

Roger Bernadina batting

Roger Bernadina FLIES OUT to deep Left Field

 

FLA 3 WAS 3

 

TOP 9th

 

Drew Storen pitching

Jose Reyes POPS UP to Second Base

Emilio Bonifacio STRIKES OUT

Hanley Ramirez LINES OUT to Third Base

 

BOT 9th

 

Ryan Webb pitching

Ian Desmond SINGLES to Center Field

Danny Espinosa OUT on BUNT, Ian Desmond to Second Base

Ryan Zimmerman INTENTIONALLY WALKS

Juan Oviedo (Leo Nunez) pitching

Michael Morse GROUNDS OUT into DOUBLE PLAY

 

FLA 3 WAS 3

 

TOP 10th

 

Giancarlo Stanton GROUNDS OUT to Third Base

Gaby Sanchez GROUNDS OUT to Shortstop

Logan Morrison SAFE on INFIELD SINGLE

Omar Infante GROUNDS OUT to Second Base

 

BOT 10th

 

Jayson Werth STRIKES OUT

Adam LaRoche SINGLES to Right Field

Bryce Harper FLIES OUT to Left Field

Wilson Ramos GROUNDS OUT to Pitcher

 

FLA 3 WAS 3

 

TOP 11th

 

Tom Gorzelanny pitching

 

John Buck WALKS

Aaron Rowand batting

Aaron Rowand SAFE on BUNT, John Buck to Second Base

Chris Coghlan replaces John Buck on Second Base

Jose Reyes OUT on BUNT, Chris Coghlan to Third Base

Aaron Rowand to Second Base

Emilio Bonifacio INTENTIONALLY WALKED

Hanley Ramirez FLIES OUT to Center Field, Aaron Rowand SCORES

Giancarlo Stanton POPS UP

 

BOT 11th

 

Heath Bell pitching

Brett Hayes in at Catcher

Mark DeRosa hitting

Mark DeRosa GROUNDS OUT to Third Base

Ian Desmond GROUNDS OUT to Shortstop

Danny Espinosa WALKS

Ryan Zimmerman FLIES OUT to Center Field

 

FINAL/11 FLA 4 WAS 3

W – Juan Oviedo

L – Tom Gorzelanny

S – Heath Bell

 

FLA 4R 12 H 0E

WAS 3R 13H 0E

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WE WIN! WE WIN! WE WIN! OH MY GOD! WE WIN!

 

 

How did you make this, exactly? And how does all this happen? Go in depth, please?

 

 

There are different pitching and hitting classes based on stats like ERA or HR/XBH totals, etc... i.e. one class is for power hitters that hit 35+ HRs but low on average (i.e. Mark Reynolds) or someone that hits more doubles than HRs but hits for high average, or a power pitcher that gets more grounds outs than strike outs and usually gets an ERA around 2.5 etc... Rosters are made for all teams and players are assigned a class based on their position... There also charts for how good a fielder is or how fast a base stealer they are...

 

Example: A runner decides to steal, you have to roll for the outcome of the catcher's arm and then roll for the runner's speed

 

There are other charts to determine the outcomes of AB's (hit or an out) and who fields the ball, starting pitcher fatigue (after 6 innings), rookie factor, bunting

 

It's hard to explain without playing the game, but it involves a lot of charts that are put together based on players' stats and then use a 20 sided die to determine outcomes... the only thing I havent been able to figure out yet is batter splits (better hitter against a right or left handed pitcher)

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