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 Post subject: ESPN "innings limit" not being enforced
PostPosted: Mon Oct 01, 2012 6:46 pm 
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Question about innings limits for pitchers.

Both teams in the finals are over their innings limit, but both continue to accumulate pitching statistics. The counters on the scoreboard are incrementing upward, even though on the pitching slots are red.

This sucks because as of last night both me and my finals opponent were over the 25 start limit, and I had a 4-0-2 lead in pitching categories.. But he's got his big guns going again this week and has been picking up streamers right and left to try to catch up. Could make the difference between winning and losing if I don't maintain my advantage in hitting.

Anybody else notice this in ESPN H2H playoffs?


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 Post subject: Re: ESPN "innings limit" not being enforced
PostPosted: Mon Oct 01, 2012 8:58 pm 
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Are you sure it's not just limits on starters? Is it definitely for both starters and relievers? Also, sometimes the stats revert back the next day only seeming to go up the day before...

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 Post subject: Re: ESPN "innings limit" not being enforced
PostPosted: Mon Oct 01, 2012 9:18 pm 
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Grey wrote:
Are you sure it's not just limits on starters? Is it definitely for both starters and relievers? Also, sometimes the stats revert back the next day only seeming to go up the day before...


You're right, it's limits on starters only. That's still a problem if the stats don't revt back like you say. I'm definitely going to raise a stink if he turns around pitching.. I'm holding my own tonight but he loaded up for tomorrow, picked up Hanson and Zito and Carpenter to go with Peavy, and all I have is a Dickey in my hand.


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