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There are 108 chances on the batter's card, and 108 chances on the pitcher's card. That's 216. With a player that is a 2 injury, he has a 2 in 108 chance (54-1) of the injury roll on his card, and if you factor in the 108 chances on the pitcher's card, or a total of 216 possibilities, you have a 2 in 216 chance of an injury roll, or 108-1, or less than a 1% chance of an injury roll.

So let's say 600 plate appearances for such a player. You'd expect between 5 or 6 injury rolls a season.

The chances are 65% that the period of injury is 3 days or less (13 out of 20) - https://stratomatic365.fandom.com/wiki/ ... ury_System

Looking at the chart, the chance of a 3 day or more (9 OF 20) is: 45%.

The chance of 2 day or less (11 of 20) is: 55%

The chance of a 1 day or less (9 of 20) is: 45%

I'll leave it to the math proficient here to give a better breakdown, but I'd take what looks to be the median, 2 days of injury.

So you'd expect between a 10 and 12 game injury stat for a 2 injury guy with 600 appearances who is subject to the 15 game max. Again, I welcome anyone to provide more specific %s or point out errors in my calculations.

I'd wager that the balance is way above that for 2 roll injury guys. Strat 365 seems to be a lot worse than what simple dice rolls would forecast. And part of that does indeed seem to be something in the engine that makes close recurrences of injuries happen - as Rich has observed.