Bosses for 2nd Inning

HanRam is the obvious pick, right? Nobody seemed to excited over Carter or Feller.

While Feller is probably going to be a good pitcher those two are so boring.

Carter will be a bench bat vs lefties

@Lil_Shadow215 said in Bosses for 2nd Inning:

HanRam is the obvious pick, right? Nobody seemed to excited over Carter or Feller.

he is for me, if its the same one from 17 he will be a quality bat, if he's an Evo card that's even more appealing.

Out of all the players they have access too, these bosses are very underwhelming. I was expecting alot better.

Where is he slated? 3B?

@teamJambon said in Bosses for 2nd Inning:

Out of all the players they have access too, these bosses are very underwhelming. I was expecting alot better.

its a long year, they kinda spoiled us with that SS Mad [censored] in the second inning last year, but I don't mind them slowly releasing the sigs and high end cards. The Hanley card if its the same one I am thinking of will surprise a lot of people I think.

I will probably pick based on who sells the highest. I’m pretty disappointed with these guys.

My only issue with HanRam is that it is the vet version which are generally less of an impact bat. Really it should have been a break out or prime card for a 2008 or 2009 card when he was a runner up for MVP

I’ll probably pick Feller, he pitched well for me last year

They are releasing what the consumer asked for. Limited 99’s instead of how last year it was 99’s early then underwhelming cards later in the year. I honestly don’t care because the FOTF and prospect cardsare actually better then some of the legend cards they are releasing

@Boneman05 said in Bosses for 2nd Inning:

My only issue with HanRam is that it is the vet version which are generally less of an impact bat. Really it should have been a break out or prime card for a 2008 or 2009 card when he was a runner up for MVP

Any chance they have his prime version as the Evo? would be kind of cool to have to work for it.

I'll Be taking Carter for obvious reasons, but he'll be a bench bat at best. None of these choices excite me.

@Boneman05 said in Bosses for 2nd Inning:

My only issue with HanRam is that it is the vet version which are generally less of an impact bat. Really it should have been a break out or prime card for a 2008 or 2009 card when he was a runner up for MVP

You didn’t play 17 did you? This is the same card as the best hitting Hanram we ever got. He just doesn't have the speed

@the_dragon1912 said in Bosses for 2nd Inning:

@Boneman05 said in Bosses for 2nd Inning:

My only issue with HanRam is that it is the vet version which are generally less of an impact bat. Really it should have been a break out or prime card for a 2008 or 2009 card when he was a runner up for MVP

You didn’t play 17 did you? This is the same card as the best hitting Hanram we ever got. He just doesn't have the speed

That was one of my favorite cards that year, he never left my lineup. From watching the video they posted, I am concerned they have the wrong batting stance though, which would suck. The video showed the same player model/stance from last years Hanley SS card. The dodgers IV card definitely had a different stance. But man that card raked

Hanley will be a definite for me. Something about his swing just works. Even his lowest bronze is always a br pick for me and always I always seem to hit well over 400 even with his worst cards.

I’m honestly happy they aren’t pumping out 99’s yet. I enjoy these lower tier diamonds it’s fun to play with them before everyone is stacked with 99 overall teams. Also yes, that Hanley card should rake. My infield is so stacked though I’m not sure what to do.

Sorry to join late on the convo but it’s wack af that SDS is on this trend every year now to wait to release the good bosses until the 4th or 5th inning when half it’s users quit playing.

@YinzWins said in Bosses for 2nd Inning:

Sorry to join late on the convo but it’s wack af that SDS is on this trend every year now to wait to release the good bosses until the 4th or 5th inning when half it’s users quit playing.

If they put them all out now there's nothing to put out the second half. If you put a bunch of 99s out now what's the point of putting out a 92 outfielder 3 months from now?

Doing it this way the lower diamond and gold cards get some use before everyone has identical god squads.

@YinzWins said in Bosses for 2nd Inning:

Sorry to join late on the convo but it’s wack af that SDS is on this trend every year now to wait to release the good bosses until the 4th or 5th inning when half it’s users quit playing.

This is meant to be an all year game, with all 99s coming somewhere around the range of months 7-9. It keeps lower diamonds more relevent for a longer period of time. If they were to drop high end diamonds now, the 92s and 93s would become worthless immediately.

If a significant percentage of users want to leave in a few months, let them go. Just let them go with the knowledge that they won't get to play with the elite cards.

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