Absence of Inside Edge made me realize how great it is.

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Without a doubt the greatest passive addition to the show. I remember when it first came around in 16 and thought it was amazing. Still is.

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I like it but it's too generous on the 5 star ratings. It would be better if tgere was a more even distribution of each of the star ratings

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@jonnydaman said in Absence of Inside Edge made me realize how great it is.:

I like it but it's too generous on the 5 star ratings. It would be better if tgere was a more even distribution of each of the star ratings

I'm fine with this. The boost is based on current OVR so it already varies. I remember Trout only ever getting +5. Glad he's getting more.

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May make some of Scherzers, Coles, deGroms and such more usable online.

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Would have been great at the start of the year when a lot of teams had live series cards... but as above said, not too many of those anymore used on teams.

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It helps with Showdown, would have been so much better back when SD was harder and when we needed to use LS cards more. But yes i have been missing it all year.

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@Ikasnu said in Absence of Inside Edge made me realize how great it is.:

Without a doubt the greatest passive addition to the show. I remember when it first came around in 16 and thought it was amazing. Still is.

I thought the same thing then I saw Lewis Brinson's Inside Edge.
Anyone that has watched any baseball will know that Lewis Brinson is the last player that should ever receive and Inside Edge.

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... But ... he's so versatile!

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@SaveFarris said in Absence of Inside Edge made me realize how great it is.:

... But ... he's so versatile!

Always there to save the day....well played.

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That's because you can count on him to swing and miss on any pitch in the outside edge...

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@MINISTRO787 said in Absence of Inside Edge made me realize how great it is.:

That's because you can count on him to swing and miss on any pitch in the outside edge...

LOL...Everytime I see him, it serves as a reminder how the Brewers fleced the Marlins.

The one guy that should have brought a decent return (young, extremely team friendly deal) got us the worst deal. Yamamoto was the best player, but Harrison looks like he might be a decent player.

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Harrison just needs to continue cutting down his K rate and he'll be a beast. His K rate is still high and was through the roof like when Baez first came up but when he gets into one... Look out!

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