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Old 01-12-2015, 12:43 PM   #1
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Minor league roster limits

Traditionally I have set my minors to the active roster limits but there are also reserve limits. I have heard bigger rosters mean the AI makes better decisions. Here are the real world limits active/reserve
AAA 24/38
AA 24/37
A 25/35
SA 30/35
R 35/35

I know there would be no problem with SA and below having 35 man rosters. Has anyone tried this? Do good prospects languish at higher levels with no playing time (AI decisions)? That would be 14 more players at AAA than I using. Although I can handle it, I am just not sure if the AI would send top prospects there to never play.
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Old 03-23-2015, 10:37 AM   #2
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Traditionally I have set my minors to the active roster limits but there are also reserve limits. I have heard bigger rosters mean the AI makes better decisions. Here are the real world limits active/reserve
AAA 24/38
AA 24/37
A 25/35
SA 30/35
R 35/35

I know there would be no problem with SA and below having 35 man rosters. Has anyone tried this? Do good prospects languish at higher levels with no playing time (AI decisions)? That would be 14 more players at AAA than I using. Although I can handle it, I am just not sure if the AI would send top prospects there to never play.

Where do you go to change roster limits and is there any truth to what he's saying about bigger rosters.
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MikeG, here you go.

Click on game tab at the top, then game settings
Click League Settings
Then Rules
Then look under Roster Rules on the left. You can go as high as 50 players
On the right you'll see Major League Baseball in a dropdown box. Just click on that to go to any of your other leagues(minors, int'l)
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MikeG, here you go.

Click on game tab at the top, then game settings
Click League Settings
Then Rules
Then look under Roster Rules on the left. You can go as high as 50 players
On the right you'll see Major League Baseball in a dropdown box. Just click on that to go to any of your other leagues(minors, int'l)
Thanks pro.

Should I tinker with this all the limits or ages? Or just let it be.
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Not sure, but for me I've never changed them.
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