Baseball Mogul 2020 adds stats from 55 different NCAA conferences (Big 12, Big East, etc.) and 4 different collegiate summer leagues (Cape Code League etc.):
In addition to providing a more complete history for each player, these stats also make our projections more accurate — especially for recently drafted players.
... and more players!
I've also incorporated more minor leaguers, going all the way back to 1900. The 2020 Opening Day database now includes 2,932 active players (214 more than Baseball Mogul 2019) and more than 21,000 historical players.
A couple of years ago, I reduced the 'Game Logs' tab from 10 games to 5 games (to make room for some other player data). Honestly, I didn't know if people cared about this feature until the complaints started coming in, so this change ended up being a good way to find out that it was actually being used.
Baseball Mogul 2020 will include a revamped Game Logs tab, with an adjustable limit on the number of games shown. I've also changed stats like ERA and AVG to show the player's cumulative stat through that game. (Previously, the 'AVG' column would just show the batting average for that game — such as ".600" if the player went 3-for-5). So now you can see how a player's performance rises and falls throughout the season.
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The following predictions are the results of 10,000 simulations of the 2019 NFL season using Football Mogul 20. Every play of every game is simulated using NFL rules for the 2019 season, as are injuries and trades.
The Bad News
Unfortunately, Football Mogul doesn't yet have the automatic expansion feature found in Baseball Mogul. The NFL's messy history of franchise movement, expansion and contraction makes it harder to implement this for football than for baseball — so I'm still working out the bugs.
This means if you start a new game in 1961, the season schedules will be correct until you get to 1966 (when the NFL added the Falcons and the AFL added the Dolphins). On the bright side, if you add the Falcons and Dolphins at the start of 1966 (using the League Editor) the game will load the correct the schedule.