I appreciate your input Bill, and just to be clear Yogi is on the active Yankees roster but he's not playing very much this year. It's normally Berra and Bill Dickey splitting time at catcher, but Yogi's slow season is why Jorge Posada got called up from the inactive roster. Here's a look at the entered stats for all three Yankees catchers (based on their three best consecutive seasons averaged) and how they're doing in the second season of Eternal Baseball:
Digging even further into the numbers, here are their pitching splits (by OPS):
VS. RIGHT-HANDED PITCHING: Posada (.775), Dickey (.762), Berra (.624)
VS. LEFT-HANDED PITCHING: Dickey (1.075), Berra (.555), Posada (.422)
Each season, every player has their stats modified anywhere between 30% up and 30% down. That modifier is applied randomly and it cannot be seen or altered by anyone. If you monitor the box scores you can tell which players are being seriously effected. Yogi started the most games at catcher for NYY in Season One, and Tony Lazzeri was the unquestioned starter at 2B. In Season 2, Dickey gets all starts against LHP, and splits time with Posada against RHP. Tony Lazzeri splits time at second base with Willie Randolph this season, and sometimes plays third base because A-Rod has been lousy in both seasons.
Yogi doesn't start often, but he's a superior defensive catcher to the other two so he's a defensive replacement in tight games sometimes. The randomized tweak of numbers keeps the game fresh each season, otherwise Barry Bonds would hit 56 homers EVERY YEAR.