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Subject: What's a "dot" next to a strikeout mean? rss

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Hugh Grotius
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Sometimes a pitcher's card will have a big black dot next to the word "strikeout." What's this mean? Struck out looking? Can't find any reference to it in the rules.

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Justin Robben
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It's been a long time...but if I recall...

When a pitcher exceeds his innings limit, any result with a dot next to it changes to a single**

Am I right? It's been a while since I've played this incredible game!
 
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Ted Torgerson
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If the pitcher is tired, the strikeout becomes a single two asterisks. A pitcher becomes tired various ways, I think by giving up 2 hits when he has pitched longer than his tiredness rating, or 5 runs in an inning.
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Hugh Grotius
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Thanks! I swear I read through the "fatigue" rules twice, expecting to find the answer there, but I must have missed something. Thanks again.
 
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