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- Developer: Com2us
- Publisher: Com2us
- Genre: Simulation
- Release: Jul 26, 2012
- ESRB: Not Set
Question & Answers
Explanation of Grades S, A, B etc, also can they change?
So I know 'S' is the best followed by A, B, C, D and E but I'm pretty sure they've been changing slightly on me also. I bought an Ellsbury that was supposed to have Defense of S speed of A. For a while he had a speed of B, now it's A (I'm assuming that's because Ellsbury swiped two bases today), his defense also went from S to A. How does that work? One thing I've noticed is that if one area goes up the other seems to go down. Also, if speed and defense can go up based on players performance can contact and power fluctuate also?
Answer from: Jack
Easy, the answer is he lost his virginity the night before so he's pumped, therefore running faster. But because he has his brain on sex all the time he gets caught off gaurd when the ball is hit to him, therefore defense is worse than before
Answer from: OSUBeavers46
Ellsbury's condition wasn't good that game and his stats were lowered. He probably had either a -4 or a -6 at the top right hand corner, lowering his contact, power, and eye. Because of this condition, it also effected his speed and defense, thus lowering it to "B" and "A". The -4 and the -6 alter your players stats as well as if he had a +4 or a +6. These conditions come often based on your player.