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statgoon81

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1/14/18 9:22 AM Quote
Some uncarded 1982 hitters will be using sub cards for batting average and a PDR (Preliminary Dice Roll) for their homerun values and their walks values.

Many of these players will be having their lefty/righty split values simulated.

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1982 Houston Astros

Tim Tolman RHB

PH 10 G
OF 5 G (LF 4, RF 1)
1B 1 G

15 GP (092-593)

GS 6

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Overall hitting: .192/.300/.385

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Splits:

Versus left: .211/.348/.474 (4/19, 4 walks, 2 DO, 1 HR)
Versus right: .143/.143/.143 (1/7)

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Sub Card for BA vs. Left: 1982 teammate Kiko Garcia (RHB .211 BA)

Garcia (CFL, 65/35 % roll)

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Sub card versus right: PHC #1WR

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PDR will be operative for HR's, doubles, and walks

Skip PDR adjustment number for pitchers on Tolman's
doubles.

Skip park effects for homeruns

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HR % (1/23):

(043-478)

Adjusted? Yes

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Double % (2/23)

(086-957)

Adjusted? No

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Walk % (4/23)

(173-913)

Adjusted? Yes

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For 1982 Astros Tim Tolman:

Divide pitcher HR ratio and walk ratio into those respective
1982 National League averages listed below in order to produce
adjustment number for the pitcher to be used in the absence of
the hitter card. Then multiply that number by the respective
percentage for the hitter. Roll again on walks and homeruns from
pitcher card.

1982 BB/PA (NL)

5964/74102

(080-484)

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1982 HR/PA (NL)

1299/74102

(017-530)

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Tim Tolman is not to be confused with Tim Talton, who celebrates his 79th birthday today and whose 1966 Strat card reflects his .340/.364/.547 hitting performance for the Kansas City Athletics.









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