August 2014

What is new in the recently released 7th Edition DYNASTY League Baseball game charts?


The new 7th Edition game charts for the Board version game have just been released and are now included in each new Board version game at the Ticket Window store replacing the 6th Edition game charts.  Some of the 7th Edition game charts revisions and updates have already been included in DYNASTY League Baseball Online for several months and the final 7th Edition chart revisions and changes will be online soon for both Windows and Apple Mac OS.

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If you have already pre-ordered the new 2014 season player card set, you can add the new 7th Edition game charts to your existing order and save on the S&H just by including “add to 2014 season player card order” in the comments section at the Ticket Window.

So what is new in the 7th Edition game charts?

New 7th Edition DYNASTY League Baseball game charts

New 7th Edition DYNASTY League Baseball game charts

ATTEMPT CHART revisions:
It is now much more difficult for a player with a Lead 1 rating to get a “Good Jump – attempts” result especially vs. pitchers with C, D and F Hold ratings.  There also is a much greater chance of a “Pickoff pitcher?” result occurring  vs. pitchers with C, D and F Hold ratings.   Now when you try go to the ATTEMPT CHART, trying to steal vs. a pitcher like 2013 Jordan Walden Atlanta with a Pickoff 5, Hold F/+4 rating not only is it much more likely that a Lead 1 basestealer will not get a “Good Jump – attempts” result, but Walden’s Pickoff 5 rating will come into play much more often resulting in more pickoffs.  The net effect is that Lead 1 rated players attempting to steal do so much more at their own peril – potentially getting picked off much more often and also finding it much more difficult to get a “Good Jump – attempts” result vs. C, D and F Hold rated pitchers.

BIZARRE PLAY CHART revisions:
There are a total of 18 new BIZARRE PLAY chart number range revisions.  One of the changes is for #161-209 which now reads:

“If a pitcher has a high pitch outing and has reached his adjusted Endurance rating or exceeded it or has D or F Durability, check for injury to pitcher.”

MLB organizations are increasingly wary of high pitch counts for pitchers and the risk of injury.  The much greater number range for this play result and subsequent frequency of occurrence reflects that.  The much higher number range for this play result is also much more of a deterrent for managers who “sacrifice” a pitcher to rest the bullpen – now there is a much greater chance of injury for doing this.  Pitchers with D and F Durability were added to this play result to increase the likelihood that they would be injured in any given season and that even in short season it would be less likely to “escape” the season with a D or F Durability pitcher uninjured.  The odds increased from a 1:50 chance of this play occurring to a 1:20 chance on a BIZARRE PLAY CHART roll.

New #637-654:

Pitcher with F Wild Pitch rating... WP takes crazy hop off backstop away
from catcher. Runners may try to take an extra base by going to
BASERUNNER ADVANCEMENT chart.
Pitcher with A-D Wild Pitch rating... One hopper hit back to the mound (DP?)

WEATHER CHART revisions:
The new 7th Edition Weather charts have updated temperature for the retractable roof ball parks in Arizona and Miami.

STEAL CHART revision:
STEAL RATING ADJUSTMENTS: Strikeout on hit & run -3.

BUNT CHART revision:
It is now more difficult to successfully execute a squeeze play especially with the Infield In.  There are three new tweaks to the BUNT chart:

Strikeout? (Increased range of #)
Sacrifice Hit (Decreased range of #)

Beat Out?
INFIELDER IN: -4

Lead Runner?
INFIELDER IN: -4

Strikeout?  SO/9 chart
Increased range of # for Missed Bunt
Decreased range of # for SH

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