Brendan Rodgers is a bust

SDS

Dude doesn't have a future in the MLB. He's one of those injury prone, only performs in the MiLB type of guys.

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SDS disagree. They have him on an equal overall rating with current day Mike Trout in due course, albeit with adjustments for positional values.

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I HATED his prospect card.

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Ok but can Ryan McMahon find his triple-A numbers please? I've always liked him

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@Ikasnu said in Brendan Rodgers is a bust:

Dude doesn't have a future in the MLB. He's one of those injury prone, only performs in the MiLB type of guys.

Sadly, I'm worried about this too.

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Well hitting .095 with a -0.5 WAR this year sure wasn’t inspiring.

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Where is 99 Adley!

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@eatyum said in Brendan Rodgers is a bust:

Ok but can Ryan McMahon find his triple-A numbers please? I've always liked him

Agree, I love McMahon. One of the guys whos rookie card i sorta invested in.

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@ComebackLogic said in Brendan Rodgers is a bust:

SDS disagree. They have him on an equal overall rating with current day Mike Trout in due course, albeit with adjustments for positional values.

Bro I saw u complaining about future stars on another thread. It’s this simple. If you don’t like it don’t use it. I enjoy future stars and think that they are a great way to possibly reflect a teams future. If cards weren’t juiced then it would be a repeat of immortals by your logic. Then every game would consist of those guys with no one else even in consideration. Content would then be an L and the game would get boring fast. And what team building sports game doesn’t have juiced cards. Look at madden and 2k. It’s a fantasy mode using fantasy cards.

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Just give the juiced cards to people who have actually done something.

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One of the few Prospects that never cracked the lineup for me, unlike Brujan or Jazz!

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Rodgers is a bust to this point but everytime the Rockies give up on a prospect they come back to bite us. Im thinking Tom Murphy,

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A little case study on future star cards. They made their first appearance in 2017. And prior to this year, they were projecting 3 years out. So I decided to see how many of the future stars from that year, were actually at their projected level at the end of this year. Meaning, if the future card was a diamond, then their live series card from this year had to end the year at diamond. There were 47 future star cards in 2017, and how many of those were at or above the projected rating at the end of this year? A massive 12! Just over 25 %. Great predicting on the part of SDS. Some are close, but a bunch are no where near. I would just rather see more cards for guys who actually got it done, than see a bunch of cards for guys who may never get it done. What does this make, like three years in a row that Rodgers has gotten a future stars card, and he has been anything but. Maybe next year they will come out with a AAAA all stars series, for those guys who show potential, but just can't cut at the big league level.

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@BallDontLie4216 said in Brendan Rodgers is a bust:

@ComebackLogic said in Brendan Rodgers is a bust:

SDS disagree. They have him on an equal overall rating with current day Mike Trout in due course, albeit with adjustments for positional values.

Bro I saw u complaining about future stars on another thread. It’s this simple. If you don’t like it don’t use it. I enjoy future stars and think that they are a great way to possibly reflect a teams future. If cards weren’t juiced then it would be a repeat of immortals by your logic. Then every game would consist of those guys with no one else even in consideration. Content would then be an L and the game would get boring fast. And what team building sports game doesn’t have juiced cards. Look at madden and 2k. It’s a fantasy mode using fantasy cards.

Juiced cards don't always result in lineup diversity. How many lineups are NOT going to have Finest Soto, Mookie, and Postseason Arozarena?

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@BallDontLie4216 said in Brendan Rodgers is a bust:

@ComebackLogic said in Brendan Rodgers is a bust:

SDS disagree. They have him on an equal overall rating with current day Mike Trout in due course, albeit with adjustments for positional values.

Bro I saw u complaining about future stars on another thread. It’s this simple. If you don’t like it don’t use it. I enjoy future stars and think that they are a great way to possibly reflect a teams future. If cards weren’t juiced then it would be a repeat of immortals by your logic. Then every game would consist of those guys with no one else even in consideration. Content would then be an L and the game would get boring fast. And what team building sports game doesn’t have juiced cards. Look at madden and 2k. It’s a fantasy mode using fantasy cards.

Um.....your last sentence describes MLBTS too.

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@NCStateHokie said in Brendan Rodgers is a bust:

@BallDontLie4216 said in Brendan Rodgers is a bust:

@ComebackLogic said in Brendan Rodgers is a bust:

SDS disagree. They have him on an equal overall rating with current day Mike Trout in due course, albeit with adjustments for positional values.

Bro I saw u complaining about future stars on another thread. It’s this simple. If you don’t like it don’t use it. I enjoy future stars and think that they are a great way to possibly reflect a teams future. If cards weren’t juiced then it would be a repeat of immortals by your logic. Then every game would consist of those guys with no one else even in consideration. Content would then be an L and the game would get boring fast. And what team building sports game doesn’t have juiced cards. Look at madden and 2k. It’s a fantasy mode using fantasy cards.

Um.....your last sentence describes MLBTS too.

I know I was comparing all 3.

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@BallDontLie4216 said in Brendan Rodgers is a bust:

@ComebackLogic said in Brendan Rodgers is a bust:

SDS disagree. They have him on an equal overall rating with current day Mike Trout in due course, albeit with adjustments for positional values.

Bro I saw u complaining about future stars on another thread. It’s this simple. If you don’t like it don’t use it. I enjoy future stars and think that they are a great way to possibly reflect a teams future. If cards weren’t juiced then it would be a repeat of immortals by your logic. Then every game would consist of those guys with no one else even in consideration. Content would then be an L and the game would get boring fast. And what team building sports game doesn’t have juiced cards. Look at madden and 2k. It’s a fantasy mode using fantasy cards.

Keep reading threads, you’ll keep seeing me complaining about things. It’s a by product of a down year for MLB the Show in terms of quality of both content and gameplay. Anyway, if you were paying attention, you’d know although I’m not fan of the more fantastical of the fantasy cards, the main issue is they keep repeating the same players. Prospect Lux, Players league Lux, live series Lux, 99 all singing all dancing Future Stars Lux etc. It’s just gone too far in my opinion. Which I’m entitled to express, just as are you yours.

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@BallDontLie4216 said in Brendan Rodgers is a bust:

@NCStateHokie said in Brendan Rodgers is a bust:

@BallDontLie4216 said in Brendan Rodgers is a bust:

@ComebackLogic said in Brendan Rodgers is a bust:

SDS disagree. They have him on an equal overall rating with current day Mike Trout in due course, albeit with adjustments for positional values.

Bro I saw u complaining about future stars on another thread. It’s this simple. If you don’t like it don’t use it. I enjoy future stars and think that they are a great way to possibly reflect a teams future. If cards weren’t juiced then it would be a repeat of immortals by your logic. Then every game would consist of those guys with no one else even in consideration. Content would then be an L and the game would get boring fast. And what team building sports game doesn’t have juiced cards. Look at madden and 2k. It’s a fantasy mode using fantasy cards.

Um.....your last sentence describes MLBTS too.

I know I was comparing all 3.

My bad!

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