SP Jimmy Primmer x2

This topic contains 4 replies, has 5 voices, and was last updated by  Busan CUB 5 years, 6 months ago.

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  • #4603
     Santiago de Cuba USA 
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    When I signed SP Jimmy Primmer to a minor league contract last year, I assumed that I was signing the Jimmy Primmer who’s been around the league for several seasons with Wuhan and Mexico City. I didn’t. Or, maybe I did.

    There are now two Jimmy Primmers, mine and Tocumen’s, and they appear to be the same player. Mine took a small hit to his control but they’re the same otherwise. They have the same defensive ratings, pitches, they were drafted in the same spot, etc. Mine has no career stats but has virtually the same amount of major league service.

    I bring this up because this is something we may want to keep an eye on. Perhaps cloning will be legal in 2036 and 2037 but it probably won’t be good for our players to continue cloning themselves.

  • #29033
     Taegu JPN 
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    who allowed this replicant to get off the colony

    he needs to be “retired”

  • #29035
     Mexico City DOM 
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    No wonder he went into the toilet for us! When they cloned him they took half his abilities!!!

  • #29036
     Tijuana VEN 
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    Careful who you retire, the clone may have surplanted and relegated the original Cap_PDT_01_07

    POD PLAYERS Cap_PDT_01_19 Cap_PDT_01_19 Cap_PDT_01_19

  • #29045
     Busan CUB 
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    Your guy is also 5lbs heavier.. maybe that’s where he lost some skills

    @Santiago de Cuba (USA) wrote:

    When I signed SP Jimmy Primmer to a minor league contract last year, I assumed that I was signing the Jimmy Primmer who’s been around the league for several seasons with Wuhan and Mexico City. I didn’t. Or, maybe I did.

    There are now two Jimmy Primmers, mine and Tocumen’s, and they appear to be the same player. Mine took a small hit to his control but they’re the same otherwise. They have the same defensive ratings, pitches, they were drafted in the same spot, etc. Mine has no career stats but has virtually the same amount of major league service.

    I bring this up because this is something we may want to keep an eye on. Perhaps cloning will be legal in 2036 and 2037 but it probably won’t be good for our players to continue cloning themselves.

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