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  2. Season 2 Episode 7: Ups and Downs "In this campaign sim of the Toronto Blue Jays, we continue through the beginning of May 2021, seeing the club rally from the horrible start to merely a “bad” one. In the minor leagues, we continue to have our ups and downs with just one of four teams with a record above .500."
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  4. Ok I keep offering my Goaltender Gazurik a new contract and he just outright dismisses it as not good enough Yet it's exactly what he has asked for. Game world Buzzer GHL Highland Blazers Player contract PLAYER DEMANDS Kašpar Gažúrik wants a GHL level, 3 year one way contract with a salary of $3 400 000 per year. Expected role on team: No. 1 goalie PLAYER RESPONSE That's not enough. You'll have to do better than that. CONTRACT SALARYYEARSCONTRACT CLAUSES One way contract ROLE ROSTER Star player No. 1 goalie No. 1-2 goalie Backup goalie Depth goalie Make offer
  5. Omar McDade We have nursed what little is left of our recruiting budget throughout the entire winter. Last week we finally offered our last remaining scholarship to SG Werner Kaempfer from Germany. He looks to be a solid performer. From what we’ve seen on game films, he has a sweet outside shot and can also score well inside. We’ve recruited him on the cheap…just a whole series of phone calls since we don’t have the bucks to do anything more with an international recruit. He’s definitely showing interest in us, but I have no idea who else may be working to get him to come to their school. Unfortunately we won’t have the money to do a home visit like we’d usually do this spring to try to seal the deal. So if he doesn’t commit we may have to withdraw the scholarship and go after a recruit in this country who we stil have enough money to visit.
  6. 2020-2021 Season Recap Colonial Athletic Association Final Standings Towson Tigers Player Stats
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  8. New Jersey Generals (2-1) 0 3 7 10 -- 20 Denver Gold (1-2) 3 14 7 14 -- 38 First Quarter Denver - Janikowski 40 FG, 12:03 Second Quarter Denver - HB Anthony Thomas 3 run (Janikowski kick), 7:29 Denver - WR Jerry Porter 8 pass from QB Shaun King (Janikowski kick), 13:46 New Jersey - Scobee 45 FG, 14:55 Third Quarter New Jersey - WR Lee Evans 3 pass from QB Brian Griese (Scobee kick), 10:35 Denver - WR Nate Burleson 18 pass from QB Shaun King (Janikowski kick), 15:00 Fourth Quarter New Jersey - Scobee 22 FG, 4:24 New Jersey - WR Quentin McCord 58 pass from QB Brian Griese (Scobee kick), 6:39 Denver - FB Ryan Neufeld 1 run (Janikowski kick), 12:49 Denver - HB WIllis McGahee 33 run (Janikowski kick), 14:00 This game was close until late in the 4th quarter when New Jersey threw a pivotal interception leading to a Denver 1 yd TD run. Denver QB Shaun King was efficient (18/22 209 yards 2 TD 0 Int) while executing the play action passing game behind the potent Denver running game (40 carries 197 yards). New Jersey QB Brian Griese fell back into old habits, struggling this game after 2 great games (17/37 255 yards 2 TD 1 Int). Offensive Player of the Game - Denver QB Shaun King Defensive Player of the Game - Denver CB Corey Chavous (1 Interception, QB Hurry, Run stop, 2 Pass deflections)
  9. According to Earl Weaver Baseball back in the day, it might be Dave McNally. Outside of that circumstance, I'd think that Koufax would be hard to beat. Randy Johnson is one that I'd never have thought of, but definitely fits in the conversation.
  10. I've been playing this sort of GM game since Early Weaver and Front Page Sports football in the ninties. I guess before that it was XOR football and college basketball in the 80s. Boy those were the days. Come to think of it that XOR basketball game really had a great in game experience. Better, I think than the college sims today. I guess I need to do more of that checking out.
  11. Hello all! I would like to share a little bit of what I have done this month working on Going for Gold. Development Log 3: Creating Country Ratings from Real-World Results I'm a few days late, but I wanted to get in my July update. I have been continuing to build databases, and in July, I finally finished all of the results for Winter Sports, so I wanted to share those here. Basically, I took each of the game's 65 countries, and inputted real-life records regarding medal total, qualifications (for both Winter Games and World Championships), and most recent yearly results for the winter sports season. Then, a coefficient value is calculated. The coefficient is a decimal between 0 and 1. 1, a perfect score, is basically not possible in real life. It indicates a country that wins every possible medal in every possible situation, every time for the entire history of a sport. In reality, a coefficient above .9 reflects historical dominance in a sport, and I have only seen two examples thus far (Chinese table tennis and American basketball). A coefficient in the range of .7 usually indicates that the country is the best in their given sport at that time, while a coefficient of above .5 indicates that the country will be a consistent producer of medal winners. Coefficients around .15 indicate that the country is average, while a coefficient of 0 indicates that nobody from that country ever medals or even places at international events. What I'd like to share today is the top-rated country, and the corresponding coefficient value, in each winter sport. These are based on real-world data, and should be a good indicator of future performance in real-world winter games as well. Alpine Skiing (Speed) = Austria (.6705) Alpine Skiing (Slalom) = Austria (.6850) Biathlon = Germany (.6582) Bobsleigh = Germany (.7502) Cross-Country Skiing (Distance) = Norway (.7204) Cross-Country Skiing (Sprint) = Norway (.7653) Curling = Canada (.7711) Figure Skating = Russia (.6491) Freestyle Skiing (Moguls) = Canada (.6809) Freestyle Skiing (Aerials) = China (.6908) Freestyle Skiing (Skicross) = Canada (.6930) Freestyle Skiing (General) = USA (.7217) Ice Hockey = Canada (.8302) Luge = Germany (.8201) Nordic Combined = Germany (.6578) Short Track Speed Skating = South Korea (.7165) Skeleton = Germany (.5088) Ski Jumping = Germany (.5899) Freestyle Snowboarding = USA (.7185) Snowboardcross = France (.5795) Alpine Snowboarding = Austria (.6414) Speed Skating (Sprint ) = Netherlands (.6602) Speed Skating (Distance) = Netherlands (.7403) These coefficients will eventually be used to give each team a numerical rating number between 20 and 99, with 99 being the highest possible value. No one seen here would receive a 99, as that will be reserved for the aforementioned outliers (Chinese table tennis/USA basketball/etc.) . If you're curious about how a particular country does in a particular sport, just let me know, or if you'd like to see the whole table, I would be happy to share.
  12. The CSFL College League is close to finishing up the 2012 season and looking to find more ADs that are motivated to compete! PM me on the forums here or email me at [email protected] to join the league! Here's a list of the current teams that are taken. Any team not on this list is available for you to take over immediately! Arizona - JayTheGreat Auburn - MattP598 BYU - Regan_Cowboys Clemson - ouwr83 Colorado - UnnamedSource Florida - NOppenheimer FSU - drumr Georgia - VinCal Illinois - J2x Indiana - cascook Iowa - Rouse Kansas - Phatman LSU - Salvo Memphis - darrellet86 Miami (FL) - J2x Minnesota - Axemjax Notre Dame - WarDaddy Ohio State - darrellet86 Oklahoma - Soonerfan09 Penn State - pbot Texas - Rizzo Texas A&M - Justin_Zima UConn - Regan_Cowboys Utah - jedpearson Virginia - mg00091
  13. Oakland Invaders (2-1) 14 7 14 15 -- 50 Arizona Wranglers (1-2) 13 24 3 7 -- 47 First Quarter Oakland - WR Jacquez Green 8 pass from QB Akili Smith (Feely kick), 3:04 Arizona - WR Patrick Crayton 102 kickoff return (kick failed), 3:29 Arizona - WR Larry Fitzgerald 77 punt return (Gramatica kick), 5:24 Oakland - WR Jacquez Green 20 pass from QB Akili Smith (Feely kick), 12:41 Second Quarter Arizona - HB Deuce McAllister 1 run (Gramatica kick), 0:05 Arizona - HB Deuce McAllister 2 run (Gramatica kick), 2:29 Arizona - HB Deuce McAllister 1 run (Gramatica kick), 8:05 Arizona - Gramatica 30 FG, 13:23 Oakland - HB Ladell Betts 2 run (Feely kick), 13:47 Third Quarter Oakland - WR Jacquez Green 3 pass from QB Akili Smith (Feely kick), 5:11 Oakland - WR Jabbar Gaffney 68 pass from QB Akili Smith (Feely kick), 8:57 Arizona - Gramatica 26 FG, 13:49 Fourth Quarter Oakland - HB Reuben Droughns 2 pass from QB Akili Smith (Feely kick), 4:21 Arizona - WR Larry Fitzgerald 100 kickoff return (Gramatica kick), 4:45 Oakland - HB Ladell Betts 9 pass from QB Akili Smith (Ritchie pass from Smith), 11:38 This was the wildest game in league history. I don't think I have ever seen a game where a team has scored 3 special teams touchdowns and still lose the game. Arizona actually led this game 37-14 late in the first half but could not hold the lead. The defending champion Oakland team showed a resilience rarely seen in winning this game. Oakland QB Akili Smith put the team on his back and refused to let them lose (21/31 319 yards 6 TD 1 Int; 7 carries 48 yards). Despite untimely turnovers and atrocious special teams play, QB Akili Smith just refused to bow to the pressure and continually performed when he needed too. WR Jabbar Gaffney was amazing (8 catches 172 yards 1 TD) and WR Jacquez Green caught 3 touchdowns. Arizona QB Donovan McNabb has really struggled this year and no game was no exception (13/25 127 yards 0 TD 1 Int) and Arizona may be looking at a quarterback change. The only Arizona offensive player that came to play was HB Deuce McAllister (24 carries 122 yards 3 TD) and the head coach will be leaning on his offensive coordinator to refocus the offense on the running game and take the ball out of McNabb's hands. Offensive Player of the Game - Oakland QB Akili Smith Defensive Player of the Game - Arizona LB Larry Foote (1 sack, 1 QB Hurry, 6 Run stops, 1 Pass deflection)
  14. Strange and sorry that it crashed. Please sent the saves to me and I will get it fixed for the next version
  15. hello, i finished my season and the bowl is finished but when arrived at the "underclassmen day" the game crashing. I can repeat the crash. no log in log file. If you want I can send you my save file ? in event viewer : Application : CTFootballManager.exe Version du Framework : v4.0.30319 Description : le processus a été arrêté en raison d'une exception non gérée. Informations sur l'exception : System.NullReferenceException à CTFootballManager.Infrastructure.Model.Helpers.PlayerHelpers.IsPlayerInjured(CTFootballManager.Infrastructure.Model.PlayerModel.Player, Boolean) à CTFootballManager.Infrastructure.Model.Helpers.PlayerHelpers.UpdatePlayersForInjuriesOffFieldBehavoiurAndCondition() à CTFootballManager.Infrastructure.Model.Helpers.AIHelpers.SimulateDay() à CTFootballManager.Modules.Menus.ViewModels.GameMenuViewModel.MenuClicked(System.String) à Prism.Commands.DelegateCommand`1[[System.__Canon, mscorlib, Version=, Culture=neutral, PublicKeyToken=b77a5c561934e089]].Execute(System.__Canon) à Prism.Commands.DelegateCommand`1[[System.__Canon, mscorlib, Version=, Culture=neutral, PublicKeyToken=b77a5c561934e089]].Execute(System.Object) à Prism.Commands.DelegateCommandBase.System.Windows.Input.ICommand.Execute(System.Object) à MS.Internal.Commands.CommandHelpers.CriticalExecuteCommandSource(System.Windows.Input.ICommandSource, Boolean) à System.Windows.Documents.Hyperlink.OnClick() à System.Windows.Documents.Hyperlink.DispatchNavigation(System.Object) à System.Windows.Documents.Hyperlink.DoUserInitiatedNavigation(System.Object) à System.Windows.Documents.Hyperlink.OnMouseLeftButtonUp(System.Object, System.Windows.Input.MouseButtonEventArgs) à System.Windows.Documents.Hyperlink.OnMouseLeftButtonUp(System.Windows.Input.MouseButtonEventArgs) à System.Windows.UIElement.OnMouseLeftButtonUpThunk(System.Object, System.Windows.Input.MouseButtonEventArgs) à System.Windows.Input.MouseButtonEventArgs.InvokeEventHandler(System.Delegate, System.Object) à System.Windows.RoutedEventArgs.InvokeHandler(System.Delegate, System.Object) à System.Windows.RoutedEventHandlerInfo.InvokeHandler(System.Object, System.Windows.RoutedEventArgs) à System.Windows.EventRoute.InvokeHandlersImpl(System.Object, System.Windows.RoutedEventArgs, Boolean) à System.Windows.UIElement.ReRaiseEventAs(System.Windows.DependencyObject, System.Windows.RoutedEventArgs, System.Windows.RoutedEvent) à System.Windows.UIElement.OnMouseUpThunk(System.Object, System.Windows.Input.MouseButtonEventArgs) à System.Windows.Input.MouseButtonEventArgs.InvokeEventHandler(System.Delegate, System.Object) à System.Windows.RoutedEventArgs.InvokeHandler(System.Delegate, System.Object) à System.Windows.RoutedEventHandlerInfo.InvokeHandler(System.Object, System.Windows.RoutedEventArgs) à System.Windows.EventRoute.InvokeHandlersImpl(System.Object, System.Windows.RoutedEventArgs, Boolean) à System.Windows.UIElement.RaiseEventImpl(System.Windows.DependencyObject, System.Windows.RoutedEventArgs) à System.Windows.ContentElement.RaiseTrustedEvent(System.Windows.RoutedEventArgs) à System.Windows.Input.InputManager.ProcessStagingArea() à System.Windows.Input.InputManager.ProcessInput(System.Windows.Input.InputEventArgs) à System.Windows.Input.InputProviderSite.ReportInput(System.Windows.Input.InputReport) à System.Windows.Interop.HwndMouseInputProvider.ReportInput(IntPtr, System.Windows.Input.InputMode, Int32, System.Windows.Input.RawMouseActions, Int32, Int32, Int32) à System.Windows.Interop.HwndMouseInputProvider.FilterMessage(IntPtr, MS.Internal.Interop.WindowMessage, IntPtr, IntPtr, Boolean ByRef) à System.Windows.Interop.HwndSource.InputFilterMessage(IntPtr, Int32, IntPtr, IntPtr, Boolean ByRef) à MS.Win32.HwndWrapper.WndProc(IntPtr, Int32, IntPtr, IntPtr, Boolean ByRef) à MS.Win32.HwndSubclass.DispatcherCallbackOperation(System.Object) à System.Windows.Threading.ExceptionWrapper.InternalRealCall(System.Delegate, System.Object, Int32) à System.Windows.Threading.ExceptionWrapper.TryCatchWhen(System.Object, System.Delegate, System.Object, Int32, System.Delegate) à System.Windows.Threading.Dispatcher.LegacyInvokeImpl(System.Windows.Threading.DispatcherPriority, System.TimeSpan, System.Delegate, System.Object, Int32) à MS.Win32.HwndSubclass.SubclassWndProc(IntPtr, Int32, IntPtr, IntPtr) à MS.Win32.UnsafeNativeMethods.DispatchMessage(System.Windows.Interop.MSG ByRef) à System.Windows.Threading.Dispatcher.PushFrameImpl(System.Windows.Threading.DispatcherFrame) à System.Windows.Threading.Dispatcher.PushFrame(System.Windows.Threading.DispatcherFrame) à System.Windows.Application.RunDispatcher(System.Object) à System.Windows.Application.RunInternal(System.Windows.Window) à System.Windows.Application.Run(System.Windows.Window) à System.Windows.Application.Run() à CTFootballManager.App.Main() thanks.
  16. COLONIAL ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION TOURNAMENT Excerpts from Baltimore Sun sports pages: Day 1: Play-in Games #10 seed Charleston Cougars (10-20, 7-11) vs #7 seed James Madison Dukes (15-15, 8-10): Led by C Mark Ress who scored 18 and pulled down 11 rebounds as well as getting 2 steals and 3 blocks, Charleston scored a minor upset 77-63. #9 seed Drexel Dragons (12-18, 7-11) vs #8 seed NC-Wilmington Seahawks (12-18, 8-10): This game was a toss-up, but Drexel came on strong in the 2nd half to whip the Seahawks 74-61 as SG Kevin Williams scored 16 and PG Ryan Killion hitting for 15. Day 2: Quarter-final Games #9 seed Drexel Dragons (13-18, 7-11) vs #1 seed Northeastern Huskies (19-10, 13-5): After trailing by 3 points at the break, Northeastern had to come back in the latter stages of the 2nd half to post a 77-73 victory. The Huskies SG Tony Patterson topped all scorers with 16 points. #10 seed Charleston Cougars (11-20, 7-11) vs #2 seed Delaware Fightin-Blue Hens (13-16, 10-8): Following a tight first half, Delaware opened a 14 point lead in the 2nd half, only to have to hold on at the end as Charleston made a desperate run before losing to the FIghtin’ Blue Hens 81-74. PG Rufus Brooker scored a season-high 23 points for Delaware. #6 seed Elon Phoenix (10-19, 8-10) vs #3 seed Hofstra Pride (14-15, 10-8): In yet another close game, Hofstra was able to hold off Elon to win 73-66. Hofstra’s C Colin Leith scored 14 while grabbing 7 rebounds, but the high point man for the game was Elon’s Darius Cockle who finished with 17 points. #5 seed Towson Tigers (13-16, 9-9) vs #4 seed William & Mary Tribe (13-16, 10-8): Towson beat the Tribe by 14 at home and lost by 10 on their court. The odds-makers said this game was a 50-50 tossup. The Tigers’ PG Adrian Brown was still not 100% after straining his hamstring. William & Mary scored the first 6 points as Towson blew several easy inside attempts. The Tigers continued to blow opportunities and played a soft defense. They fell behind by as much as 12 points and finished the half trailing 45-36. William & Mary outshot the Tigers 57% to 36%. Only SG Billy Thomas had a good half. He scored 14 and had 5 rebounds. Towson continued their lackadaisical play for 5-1/3 minutes in the 2nd half and then trailing by 11, they went on an 16-1 run that gave them their first lead of the game at 61-57. The refs then seemingly called fouls against Towson on every possession by the Tribe causing the Tigers to fall behind by 4 with just over 4 minutes to play. The refs continued to work over the Tigers allowing William & Mary to come away with a 79-73 victory. Towson’s 37% shooting was their death knell. SG Ryan Taylor hit for 21 and Billy Thomas (who played PG as well as SG since PG Adrian Brown’s injury made him ineffective) scored 17. For the Tribe, PF Matt Holt had 19 points and 12 rebounds. Coach Frederick Aura said, “We made a great effort to come back and grab the lead. Then there were a series of questionable calls against us that turned the game around.” Day 3: Semi-final Games #4 seed William & Mary Tribe (14-16, 10-8) vs #1 seed Northeastern Huskies (20-10, 13-5): William & Mary held a 31-24 halftime lead, but Northeastern came back in the 2nd half to come away with a 64-64 tie at the end of regulation play. The game went back and forth throughout the entire overtime period, but with the game tied, PG Michael Phelan sank a 3 with 2 seconds on the clock to gain WIlliam & Mary a 75-72 upset over the Huskies. Phelan and PF Matt Holt both scored 20 points for the Tribe. Holt also had 9 rebounds. #3 seed Hofstra Pride (15-15, 10-8) vs #2 seed Delaware FIghtin’ Blue Hens (14-16, 10-8): In a game that was close throughout, Hofstra came away with a 66-58 win. SG Shannon Myers came off the bench to lead the scoring for the Pride with 15 points. Hofstra’s bench scored over 50% of the Pride’s points. Day 4: Championship Game #3 seed Hofstra Pride (16-15, 10-8) vs #4 seed William & Mary Tribe (15-16, 10-8): The first half was close but Hofstra was in control most of the way and led 30-25 at the break. But the Pride ground the Tribe down in the 2nd half and came away with an impressive 70-56 win to punch their ticket for the Big Dance.
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  18. One round of the CSFL 2012 playoffs done. Now is the time to join! Jump in now before the new engine releases and more GMs look to join our unique league! - Houston Texans - Los Angeles Rams - Minnesota Vikings - Oakland Raiders PM me here on Slack if you are interested in joining!
  19. i want fbpro98 to work on my windows 10 machine hi i've tried ten different ways to get this game working on windows 10. hopefully your files will help me be successful
  20. hi i've tried ten different ways to get this game working on windows 10. hopefully your files will help me be successful
  21. Mar. 2, 2021: Towson Tigers (13-15, 9-8) @ Northeastern Huskies (18-10, 12-5) Perry Winkle, Athletic Director What a roller coaster season. I decided to travel with the team for their final regular season game. Tough to end with an away game against the #1 team in the conference. PG Adrian Brown strained his hamstring in practice. While he is expected to play, his performance is likely to be hampered. It’s the kind of injury that is probably going to limit him as well when we go into the conference tournament next week. We played well in the first half, leading by 8 points midway through the half. But Northeastern is good and came back to take a 39-36 halftime advantage. They scored 7 more points than us from the line. SG Ryan Taylor and PF Jason Miner both scored 9 points. The game stayed close throughout the 2nd half, but in the latter stages Northeastern took a 6 point lead and threatened to blow it open. But our guys fought back and with 3:22 left we trailed 65-63. With just over a minute to play, Coach Aura called a time out to set up a 3 point attempt which the team executed perfectly and Ryan Taylor’s shot swished through the silks to make it 70-69 in favor of the Huskies. Northeastern then turned the ball over. Another time out led to a slick pick and roll with Billy Thomas driving to the bucket to give us a 1 point lead with 41 seconds remaining. The Huskies tried to work it inside but we stymied them. After a kicked ball they worked the ball around outside and hit a 3. We again called a time out with 10 ticks on the clock. Thomas again drove but his shot went off the rim and Northeastern quickly brought the ball up court. We tried to foul and did so but as they were shooting a last second 3 that went in. They hit the free throw as well and we lost a heart-breaker 77-71. The refs sent the Huskies to the line 9 more times where they scored 9 more points than did we. SG Ryan Taylor was our top scorer with 15 points. Following him were SG Billy Thomas with 12 and C Melvin Steele and PF Jason Vickers who both scored 10. Unfortunately our two PG’s, Adrian Brown and Mateen Carroll totalled just 4 points between them. Had we won we would have been tied for 2nd place, but the loss tumbled us down to sole possession of 5th place. I don’t really think it matters where we finished in the standings because I’m guessing the conference tournament will be a jumble as I believe any team can beat any other team.
  22. Tampa Bay Bandits (0-3) 0 3 0 15 -- 18 Michigan Panthers (2-1) 7 14 0 0 -- 21 First Quarter Michigan - HB Shaun Alexander 4 run (Lindell kick), 10:55 Second Quarter Michigan - HB Shaun Alexander 69 run (Lindell kick), 2:38 Michigan - HB Fred Jackson 3 run (Lindell kick), 10:14 Tampa Bay - Brown 28 FG, 15:00 Third Quarter No scoring Fourth Quarter Tampa Bay - WR Randy Moss 8 pass from QB Marc Bulger (Baker pass from Bulger), 13:06 Tampa Bay - WR RandyMoss 20 pass from QB Marc Bulger (Brown kick), 15:00 This was a weird game that Michigan had no business winning. Tampa Bay out gained Michigan (454 yards to 363 yards), held the ball much longer (35 minutes to 25 minutes) and converted much more on 3rd down (56% to 22%) and did not turn the ball over. Looking through the play log, they were sustaining drives, but were not executing well when they crossed the 50 yard line until very late in the 4th quarter. That cost them the game along with letting Michigan HB Shaun Alexander go off (16 carries 156 yards 2 TD). Michigan QB Aaron Brooks did not need to do much (10/16 180 yards 0 TD 0 Int) as the Michigan running game ran for 200 yards and 6.7 yards a carry. Tampa Bay QB Marc Bulger played extremely well (27/40 362 yards 2 TD 0 Int) and WR Plaxico Burress (9 catches 138 yards) and WR Randy Moss (8 catches 89 yards 2 TD) were too much for the Michigan secondary to handle. Offensive Player of the Game - Tampa Bay QB Marc Bulger Defensive Player of the Game - Michigan LB Joey Porter (1 sack. 1 TFL, 1 QB Hurry, 2 run stops)
  23. there's a forum for the game here,
  24. S2 E6: Start of Minor League Season, Minor League Focus @ Blue Jays ️ "In this campaign sim of the Toronto Blue Jays, we continue through the end of April 2021, playing the first 10 days of the minor league season. It is a season of reckoning for some of the Blue Jays’ top prospects! Will Alek Manoah rebound? How will our 2020 first-round draft pick adjust to a full-season in the minors? And will the Blue Jays continue their awful start?"
  25. It looks correct so I only have a few options left: * Are you using the newest version of the game? * Do you have any new entries in the log file (ctfm.log)? * Which language are you using on your computer?
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