Just an idea

SDS

So they introduced the parallel every card this year and I think it has been a great idea. For me though the problem is it seems every time I get a card almost to parallel four or five, out comes a better card for the player I've spent so much time grinding to parallel up. Now I have to start all over with the same player. How about fewer cards for a player but more choices of different players? I don't know how SDS goes about deciding who will be in the game or if there are limitations to who or how many they can put in it. So I'll assume that they have the rights to all the players and there are no limitations to who and how many they can shove in the game.
I really think they did a great job with the All-Star game program this year, had great cards for every team. How about a program for past All-Star games? You would have at least one player from every team and whether you unlock the whole set or get multiple choices from that set it covers all the bases. You can go for your teams player, simply the best rated or a positional need. You could also do it for the minors with a Futures All-Star program.

SDS

Just an added thought maybe a set giving a nod to the female teams put together during WW2? A League of Their Own card set per say.

SDS

I would say no. Most of these upgraded cards are much better than the previous one even at parallel V. I don't get married to any card and have no problem just moving on though.

SDS

"So I'll assume that they have the rights to all the players and there are no limitations to who and how many they can shove in the game."

They pay the mlb players association for rights to current players, but they have to pay for legends individually, whether that be negotiating with the legend himself or the family or corporation who owns the name rights. It's much much cheaper to release multiple cards of the same legend then buying up new player rights.

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@xxchaosmnkyxx_psn said in Just an idea:

Just an added thought maybe a set giving a nod to the female teams put together during WW2? A League of Their Own card set per say.

Sure, as long as they’re at least 5 overalls lower than whatever the current lowest overall common is.