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Rocky Johnson Rocky is a manager for the last quarter of the 20th century, or roughly the mid-1970s on.  He is a manager who likes to make runs for his team and he will change pitchers fairly aggressively and substitute late.  Rocky will give you a good replay, but he will also give you a good game and keep you alert.
Tony Anderson Tony Anderson  is an AIM, contemporary (ca. 1985*) manager specifically designed to handle playoff, World Series or pennant-deciding or critical season games. As such, most of his strategies are based, in general, on a "winner take all, loser goes home" approach. Therefore, it's necessary to bench any or all starting pitchers (and, if you prefer, regulars) to prevent their use in the game. Anderson plays to win and will use every player at any time.
Felipe Hernandez Micromanager Felipe Hernandez is designed to handle modern (ca. 1990) interleague AIM replays, including some draft leagues.* He can, therefore, handle either DH (AL) or non-DH (NL) teams/seasons.
Jack Bruce Jack Bruce is a conservative, but competitive, contemporary replay manager. He will use "little-ball" strategies like the bunt and the hit-and-run a little bit more than most current-era MicroManagers and he makes active use of his bullpen. Jack believes that he has two jobs: to score as many runs as possible and to prevent as many as he can.
Butch Kelly Butch is an AIM (Advanced Injury Management) micromanager designed to handle modern (circa 1990) draft league-type teams. The cutoff point for using Kelly would be roughly 1985 or so, plus or minus 2-3 years. While both Kelly and Kelly 2 are nearly identical, this version ranks closers by their actual save totals and not grade. So he will use a reliever who had more saves over another reliever who was higher graded but had fewer saves.
Butch Kelly 2 Butch Kelly 2 is an AIM (Advanced Injury Management) micromanager designed to handle modern (circa 1990) draft league-type teams/replays. The cutoff point for using Kelly II is the same for Kelly I: roughly 1985 or so, plus or minus 2-3 years. While Kelly II is nearly identical to I, this version ranks closers by their grade and not save totals. So he will use a reliever who has a higher grade over another reliever who garnered a number of saves
Buck Miller 1 Buck Miller I is designed to be an AIM (Adjusted Injury Management), modern draft-league manager. Although he is capable of handling a variety of bullpens, Miller I (as with the other versions) should be used only with contemporary (ca. 1995 and later) rosters. A rough estimate would be for
leagues comprised of players from the late 1980s to the current day.
Buck Miller 2 Buck Miller II is designed to be an AIM (Adjusted Injury Management), modern draft-league manager. Although he is capable of handling a variety of bullpens, Miller II (as with the other versions) should be used only with contemporary (ca. 1995) rosters. (2009 vers)
Buck Miller 3 Buck Miller III is designed to be an AIM (Adjusted Injury Management), modern draft-league manager. Although he is capable of handling a variety of bullpens, Miller III (as with the other versions) should be used only with contemporary (ca. 1995) rosters.
Buck Miller 4 Buck Miller IV is designed to be an AIM (Adjusted Injury Management), modern draft-league manager. Although he is capable of handling a variety of bullpens, Miller IV (as with the other versions) should be used only with contemporary (ca. 1995) rosters.
Duke Robinson, 4 Duke Robinson, Jr, is well versed in the use of AIM. Duke is a modern era manager who works with 5 man pitching rotations and frequent pitcher substitutions. He will also hit & run and steal aggressively.
Tom Shannon Tom Shannon is a contemporary MicroManager who is aggressive on the bases, sometimes with a touch of daring. Some of his moves will surprise you, but Tom likes to let his players play
Others...  

Kent Williams, Kent Williams 2, Kent Williams 3

Kingfish Boudreau  Joe Gardner

Bobby Kelly Clipper Fox   Ford Connor

 

 

 

 

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