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Old 04-22-2014, 01:00 AM   #1
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How too retire numbers?

How do you retire numbers I thought I would be a new feature with 15?
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It would be nice if there were a retire uniform number option on the player page.
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I think on how it is designed, it must be a TEAM, not a player option

What if you retire a guys number right away after he retires, then he comes back?
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for those who player historical. what happens if a player is using a retired number, like Danny Espinosa for the Nationals?
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Old 04-22-2014, 11:48 AM   #6
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The Nationals technically have no retired numbers le receveur, they decided to start as a new franchise and not a continuation of the old one
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I think on how it is designed, it must be a TEAM, not a player option

What if you retire a guys number right away after he retires, then he comes back?
Harold Baines' number was retired by the White Sox by the White Sox in 1989 and he played until 2001!

Per wikipedia " After the trade the White Sox retired Baines' #3 on August 20,1989, a rare occurrence for a player who was still active in the major leagues (the number would be "un-retired" each time Baines returned to the White Sox, and he currently wears it as a coach)."

Anyway the way I envision it is the retire number option wouldn't be available on a player's page until he retires. Maybe it can come up as an option on the email screen as well when you are alerted to the player's retirement.

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The Nationals technically have no retired numbers le receveur, they decided to start as a new franchise and not a continuation of the old one
i understand with the Nationals decided to do, i am curious what OOTP does.
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