I feel the same way about my silver LS Bo Bichette. Oh whoa is me.
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Baseball is unique amongst the major sports in the US in that there is no hard salary cap.
As such, there are small market teams and there are major market teams...and varying levels of spending in between. There are teams which pay tremendous amounts in luxury tax and consistently win division races and world championships.
But every now and then a team that takes in more in luxury tax than than they spend on the field sneaks their way into a World Series. Does a championship mean more to the Royals than to the Yankees? You bet. Would most baseball fans prefer to see an upstart Pirates squad upend the mighty Dodgers payroll? Absolutely.
Do you now understand why some people who compete with NMS take a little more pride in the feat? I hope so.
No news yet.
My guess it will be Rockie and impact vet cards. I only base this off of the fact the next event is BO and FS so mixing 2 series together
Wow. Good thing I stockpiled all of those Rockies cards.
Maybe replaying Conquest maps associated with certain programs should always produce stars for that program.
Anyone who plays in the daytime is a scrub. Prove me wrong.
Do the conquest maps (especially the US map) against the CPU to build XP, grind towards Affinity program players, grind stats for program players (Kerry Wood, Curtis Grandson, and your selection from the Evolution program), and grind stats/innings for your created player. Build your team first , online play will always be there. Have fun!
I'm hoping there is a section of the forum or an in-game mechanism to help us find leagues to play in. I'm old and not a great player by any means, but I would love to have a regular bunch of people to match up against and talk smack and/or baseball with while grinding for XP & Stars.
In MLBTS 16, his crd for collecting the AL Central Division was my favorite card in the game. Last year's Kaline card was really nice as well. I am really happy that SDS is honoring the passing of Mr. Tiger with something all players can have and appreciate.
Wait a minute, so all I have to do is start off with three consecutive perfect perfect home runs and not strike out and/or hit into double plays? That changes everything. Why didn't I think of that myself?
It seems as if this thread is becoming more and more about the two sport players of the 1990's. If that is the case, let's bring it back to the Braves and talk about Brian Jordan.
Brian Jordan. 15 year career slash line: .282/.333/.455
Much better in baseball than he was in football. 184 HR and 119 stolen bases don't hurt either.