BR Reward Path Players

SDS

If you luck out and get one if these in your draft, and you select then, do you bat them in the first few spots, even if they're the Silver players?

Or do you bat your strongest cards first and let these players take another spot?

SDS

I always hit them first or second so I can settle down and not swing at everything.

SDS

@johnutah312_xbl said in BR Reward Path Players:

I always hit them first or second so I can settle down and not swing at everything.

I do the same thing...helps me maximize the at bats with the reward players and learn a bit about the player/pitcher before I get to my diamonds/golds.

SDS

I bat them first or second, cause it gives you the most chances with them, and personally it helps me focus because I know I need to maximize the chances I have with them.

SDS

@chaos-xx-theory_psn said in BR Reward Path Players:

If you luck out and get one if these in your draft, and you select then, do you bat them in the first few spots, even if they're the Silver players?

Or do you bat your strongest cards first and let these players take another spot?

If I get one, I always bat 2nd. I hit way better in the 2nd after I've seen a few pitches and I bat my best guys after that to protect them.

SDS

@chaos-xx-theory_psn said in BR Reward Path Players:

If you luck out and get one if these in your draft, and you select then, do you bat them in the first few spots, even if they're the Silver players?

Or do you bat your strongest cards first and let these players take another spot?

Depends on the player. Davis/Springer I'd hit lead off last season.

This season I got the Wellington Castillo card, I hit him 5th where it made sense. Get some better players in front to possibly put people on base. Hit his HR in my second game.

My goal is always aim to get 9 wins in a draft I stick with so I'd like to think playing in enough games to get 9 wins I would have more than enough opportunities to get missions done without putting lower end cards at the top and sacrificing overall team setup.