What Diamond Dynasty Means to Me

To some people it's just a video game, but to me, it's so much more. 2017 was my first year playing the Show. It was also Aaron Judge's rookie season. Aaron Judge and DD took me out of a dark time in my life. Whenever I was stressed or frustrated, Aaron Judge was there for me.

In 2017 I enjoyed DD because it allowed me to collect cards. I unlocked great players like Judge, as well as, completed the Pepe Alazar program and was the first to discover 99 Ryan Braun.

In 2018, Judge was on the cover and it made me so happy. I personally think immortals were great for the game and loved them so very much.

For me, Diamond Dynasty is an escape from reality. I can be stressed about life, school, work, and everything and I can still just relax while playing the game I love and collecting cards. Sometimes I'll even pause the game just to go into replay mode and zoom in on Aaron Judge's face. Even when, in real life, I'm as lost as last year's easter eggs, I still have MLB for me.

@KierannosaurusK said in What Diamond Dynasty Means to Me:

To some people it's just a video game, but to me, it's so much more. 2017 was my first year playing the Show. It was also Aaron Judge's rookie season. Aaron Judge and DD took me out of a dark time in my life. Whenever I was stressed or frustrated, Aaron Judge was there for me.

In 2017 I enjoyed DD because it allowed me to collect cards. I unlocked great players like Judge, as well as, completed the Pepe Alazar program and was the first to discover 99 Ryan Braun.

In 2018, Judge was on the cover and it made me so happy. I personally think immortals were great for the game and loved them so very much.

For me, Diamond Dynasty is an escape from reality. I can be stressed about life, school, work, and everything and I can still just relax while playing the game I love and collecting cards. Sometimes I'll even pause the game just to go into replay mode and zoom in on Aaron Judge's face. Even when, in real life, I'm as lost as last year's easter eggs, I still have MLB for me.

That was raw and heartfelt. Good writing.

@gatormike4id said in What Diamond Dynasty Means to Me:

@KierannosaurusK said in What Diamond Dynasty Means to Me:

To some people it's just a video game, but to me, it's so much more. 2017 was my first year playing the Show. It was also Aaron Judge's rookie season. Aaron Judge and DD took me out of a dark time in my life. Whenever I was stressed or frustrated, Aaron Judge was there for me.

In 2017 I enjoyed DD because it allowed me to collect cards. I unlocked great players like Judge, as well as, completed the Pepe Alazar program and was the first to discover 99 Ryan Braun.

In 2018, Judge was on the cover and it made me so happy. I personally think immortals were great for the game and loved them so very much.

For me, Diamond Dynasty is an escape from reality. I can be stressed about life, school, work, and everything and I can still just relax while playing the game I love and collecting cards. Sometimes I'll even pause the game just to go into replay mode and zoom in on Aaron Judge's face. Even when, in real life, I'm as lost as last year's easter eggs, I still have MLB for me.

That was raw and heartfelt. Good writing.

Aaron Judge

I hear you. That why still at age 43 almost 44 I still play games. Mostly sports games. When my daughter was going through Chemo for Cancer 2 yrs ago gaming helped my escape the day to day stress of what she was going through. So glad this helped you out

@ct_tooch said in What Diamond Dynasty Means to Me:

I hear you. That why still at age 43 almost 44 I still play games. Mostly sports games. When my daughter was going through Chemo for Cancer 2 yrs ago gaming helped my escape the day to day stress of what she was going through. So glad this helped you out

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