Saturday, October 20, 2018

Statis-Pro Clutch Defense: See Charts Below for Result of Play

An exciting aspect of Statis-Pro Baseball is the chance of a defender needing to make or blow a clutch play. If playing with dice, this only applies if men are on base and instead of a number by the PB spot on the Fast Action Card comes up or in the dice version the 20-sided die comes up as a "20" and the two 6-sided die equal between 5 and 9. Learn to play Statis-Pro Baseball in 5 minutes by clicking here.

Note: The opposite PB: BD or dice roll of "20" and 6-sided die between 2 and 4 ind indicates clutch batting. If you do not have cards with clutch batting numbers, then flip again and refer to the batters card but translate; 1) a single on the batters card to a base-clearing double, 2) a double into a home run, 3) a triple or home run on the card stay the same, and 4) anything except a hit on the card is changed to a foul home run and return to normal play with the same batter still up.

When a CD is called for from the first paragraph, the next step is to determine which fielder will try to make a great play, or perhaps misplay the ball. In the dice version, the combination of the two six-sided dice determines which player, but in the Random Card version another card must be flipped and the position by the "CD" determines which player attempts to make the play.

Look at the fielder's card, and locate whether he is a CD 1, 2, 3 or 4. Then find his position on the chart below and look at the two 8-sided dice to see the number from 11 to 88 - or if using Random Cards then flip another card to get a number from 11 to 88. Find the position below, the CD of 1 to 4 and the number of 11 to 88 and read the result of the play:

On a Random Number of 81-88 no action occurs, unless a player is a CD-5 or CD-0 (anyone playing out of position is an E10, CD-0 at that position). If an 81-88 occurs for a CD-5, it is always a diving catch for an out and runners hold. If an 81-88 occurs for a CD-0 it is always a ball misplayed into a single.

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