Originally Posted by Taer
I am very confused. I understood these rosters to be included already in version 11 and that there was a quick-play option available for novices like myself?
I am looking forward to seeing my favorites playing in one league all together, but am seriously confused on how to make what I have pictured in my frazzled brain.
The roster quickstart included with OOTP11 is Cooperstown's excellent All-Time set. My set is independent from that one.
Main differences between Cooperstown's set and mine:
- Cooperstown's set uses the player's single best season to determine ratings, and I use an average of the player's six best seasons.
- I split the original 16 teams in half.
- Cooperstown's set is more balanced, so some players are on teams they didn't play the most games with. I strictly placed players on the team they played the most games with.
- Cooperstown set doesn't have Negro League players. However, he has another set (that doesn't come with OOTP11) that does and it also includes Nippon's greatest players, which is something I do not have.
Captain Walrus's logos: HERE
From the Majors to the minors, from the past to the present, from professional to college, from Japan to Cuba, from the Negro Leagues to the World Baseball Classic.
Captain Walrus's All-Timers League Quick-Start: HERE
A 48-team league featuring the all-time greatest players in the Majors. Players' ratings are based on their 6 best major league seasons, neutralized.