I need to

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stop trying to play online before I get caught up on content.

Not worried about what cards I have and don't have, as I was playing BR, but the time spent wasn't worth the results.

Yes, I went up 20 pts in the Reward Path; but the Gold, and Silver, players I got from the packs that werent sold, didn't really help me with collections. Yes, it got me close to a voucher; but the number of sellable cars I locked in could've been the same if I completed some Moments/Programs.

Plus the 40K I made really didn't put me over the top as I already have 1.5M with nothing to buy right now.

In the time I played a handful of BR games I could've completed a set or two of Program Moments and probably a Conquest Map.

Plus, it's not that fun when your finally get a chance to draft a Gold/Silver Reward Patch Mission player and your opponent is a tool and either walks said batter or let's your pitcher pitch 2/3 if an inning before quitting.

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It is frustrating when it happens but the br program is really easy to complete. My strategy is to not get caught up on the mission stats. Many of the missions cards will work themselves out if you stop worrying about your results with them. I mean try to draft them but once you’ve drafted them just treat them as any other ordinary card and not worry about their statistical outcomes when they are in use.

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@killerpresence4 said in I need to:

It is frustrating when it happens but the br program is really easy to complete. My strategy is to not get caught up on the mission stats. Many of the missions cards will work themselves out if you stop worrying about your results with them. I mean try to draft them but once you’ve drafted them just treat them as any other ordinary card and not worry about their statistical outcomes when they are in use.

When you do draft one, do you bat the in the top of the lineup or do you still go with your heavy hitters first?

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@killerpresence4 said in I need to:

It is frustrating when it happens but the br program is really easy to complete. My strategy is to not get caught up on the mission stats. Many of the missions cards will work themselves out if you stop worrying about your results with them. I mean try to draft them but once you’ve drafted them just treat them as any other ordinary card and not worry about their statistical outcomes when they are in use.

Good advice. I keep wanting to jump in to BR but I'm a total beginner. I'll keep this in mind.

OP- I think in another post you were asking if the TN and Monthly programs were worth it. I definitely think you should consider those. You get some really usable cards like Yasmani Grandal TN, Jazz Chisolm (best name in baseball) and all the POTM cards are really decent especially Tyler O'Neil, Joey Votto and Luis Robert.

Have you completed the Acuna, run it back or Field of Dreams programs? Those are also fun and you get a lot of really usable cards.

And obviously I would knock out all 4 TAs- all 6 divisions. You get like 180 cards in total.

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@ericulous1_psn said in I need to:

@killerpresence4 said in I need to:

It is frustrating when it happens but the br program is really easy to complete. My strategy is to not get caught up on the mission stats. Many of the missions cards will work themselves out if you stop worrying about your results with them. I mean try to draft them but once you’ve drafted them just treat them as any other ordinary card and not worry about their statistical outcomes when they are in use.

Good advice. I keep wanting to jump in to BR but I'm a total beginner. I'll keep this in mind.

OP- I think in another post you were asking if the TN and Monthly programs were worth it. I definitely think you should consider those. You get some really usable cards like Yasmani Grandal TN, Jazz Chisolm (best name in baseball) and all the POTM cards are really decent especially Tyler O'Neil, Joey Votto and Luis Robert.

Have you completed the Acuna, run it back or Field of Dreams programs? Those are also fun and you get a lot of really usable cards.

And obviously I would knock out all 4 TAs- all 6 divisions. You get like 180 cards in total.

^^^^ This! Absolutely this! ^^^^

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@ericulous1_psn said in I need to:

@killerpresence4 said in I need to:

It is frustrating when it happens but the br program is really easy to complete. My strategy is to not get caught up on the mission stats. Many of the missions cards will work themselves out if you stop worrying about your results with them. I mean try to draft them but once you’ve drafted them just treat them as any other ordinary card and not worry about their statistical outcomes when they are in use.

Good advice. I keep wanting to jump in to BR but I'm a total beginner. I'll keep this in mind.

OP- I think in another post you were asking if the TN and Monthly programs were worth it. I definitely think you should consider those. You get some really usable cards like Yasmani Grandal TN, Jazz Chisolm (best name in baseball) and all the POTM cards are really decent especially Tyler O'Neil, Joey Votto and Luis Robert.

Have you completed the Acuna, run it back or Field of Dreams programs? Those are also fun and you get a lot of really usable cards.

And obviously I would knock out all 4 TAs- all 6 divisions. You get like 180 cards in total.

I haven't finished the All Star, FOD, or RIB program yet. I'm still working on my TA maps. Just have the West to finish. Then I'll look at the other stuff.

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@dirty-shawnchez_psn said in I need to:

@ericulous1_psn said in I need to:

@killerpresence4 said in I need to:

It is frustrating when it happens but the br program is really easy to complete. My strategy is to not get caught up on the mission stats. Many of the missions cards will work themselves out if you stop worrying about your results with them. I mean try to draft them but once you’ve drafted them just treat them as any other ordinary card and not worry about their statistical outcomes when they are in use.

Good advice. I keep wanting to jump in to BR but I'm a total beginner. I'll keep this in mind.

OP- I think in another post you were asking if the TN and Monthly programs were worth it. I definitely think you should consider those. You get some really usable cards like Yasmani Grandal TN, Jazz Chisolm (best name in baseball) and all the POTM cards are really decent especially Tyler O'Neil, Joey Votto and Luis Robert.

Have you completed the Acuna, run it back or Field of Dreams programs? Those are also fun and you get a lot of really usable cards.

And obviously I would knock out all 4 TAs- all 6 divisions. You get like 180 cards in total.

I haven't finished the All Star, FOD, or RIB program yet. I'm still working on my TA maps. Just have the West to finish. Then I'll look at the other stuff.

I thought I was the only one behind. I counted this morning and I have around 14 maps to complete...Lots to do.

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@blind_bleeder said in I need to:

@dirty-shawnchez_psn said in I need to:

@ericulous1_psn said in I need to:

@killerpresence4 said in I need to:

It is frustrating when it happens but the br program is really easy to complete. My strategy is to not get caught up on the mission stats. Many of the missions cards will work themselves out if you stop worrying about your results with them. I mean try to draft them but once you’ve drafted them just treat them as any other ordinary card and not worry about their statistical outcomes when they are in use.

Good advice. I keep wanting to jump in to BR but I'm a total beginner. I'll keep this in mind.

OP- I think in another post you were asking if the TN and Monthly programs were worth it. I definitely think you should consider those. You get some really usable cards like Yasmani Grandal TN, Jazz Chisolm (best name in baseball) and all the POTM cards are really decent especially Tyler O'Neil, Joey Votto and Luis Robert.

Have you completed the Acuna, run it back or Field of Dreams programs? Those are also fun and you get a lot of really usable cards.

And obviously I would knock out all 4 TAs- all 6 divisions. You get like 180 cards in total.

I haven't finished the All Star, FOD, or RIB program yet. I'm still working on my TA maps. Just have the West to finish. Then I'll look at the other stuff.

I thought I was the only one behind. I counted this morning and I have around 14 maps to complete...Lots to do.

I haven't started ANY of the TN Moments

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Wow! You have a lot of great cards waiting for you!

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@blind_bleeder said in I need to:

@dirty-shawnchez_psn said in I need to:

@ericulous1_psn said in I need to:

@killerpresence4 said in I need to:

It is frustrating when it happens but the br program is really easy to complete. My strategy is to not get caught up on the mission stats. Many of the missions cards will work themselves out if you stop worrying about your results with them. I mean try to draft them but once you’ve drafted them just treat them as any other ordinary card and not worry about their statistical outcomes when they are in use.

Good advice. I keep wanting to jump in to BR but I'm a total beginner. I'll keep this in mind.

OP- I think in another post you were asking if the TN and Monthly programs were worth it. I definitely think you should consider those. You get some really usable cards like Yasmani Grandal TN, Jazz Chisolm (best name in baseball) and all the POTM cards are really decent especially Tyler O'Neil, Joey Votto and Luis Robert.

Have you completed the Acuna, run it back or Field of Dreams programs? Those are also fun and you get a lot of really usable cards.

And obviously I would knock out all 4 TAs- all 6 divisions. You get like 180 cards in total.

I haven't finished the All Star, FOD, or RIB program yet. I'm still working on my TA maps. Just have the West to finish. Then I'll look at the other stuff.

I thought I was the only one behind. I counted this morning and I have around 14 maps to complete...Lots to do.

Funny thing is I'm jealous of you both. My buddy started super late and I was showing him how to pack a lineup and complete missions for All 4 TAs and had a blast. All I have is today's jack o lantern map. I played way too much this last month hahaha. Have fun, don't feel like you have to rush through anything. There's no race. It's fun having loads of content to complete like when the game is first released.

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@ericulous1_psn said in I need to:

@blind_bleeder said in I need to:

@dirty-shawnchez_psn said in I need to:

@ericulous1_psn said in I need to:

@killerpresence4 said in I need to:

It is frustrating when it happens but the br program is really easy to complete. My strategy is to not get caught up on the mission stats. Many of the missions cards will work themselves out if you stop worrying about your results with them. I mean try to draft them but once you’ve drafted them just treat them as any other ordinary card and not worry about their statistical outcomes when they are in use.

Good advice. I keep wanting to jump in to BR but I'm a total beginner. I'll keep this in mind.

OP- I think in another post you were asking if the TN and Monthly programs were worth it. I definitely think you should consider those. You get some really usable cards like Yasmani Grandal TN, Jazz Chisolm (best name in baseball) and all the POTM cards are really decent especially Tyler O'Neil, Joey Votto and Luis Robert.

Have you completed the Acuna, run it back or Field of Dreams programs? Those are also fun and you get a lot of really usable cards.

And obviously I would knock out all 4 TAs- all 6 divisions. You get like 180 cards in total.

I haven't finished the All Star, FOD, or RIB program yet. I'm still working on my TA maps. Just have the West to finish. Then I'll look at the other stuff.

I thought I was the only one behind. I counted this morning and I have around 14 maps to complete...Lots to do.

Funny thing is I'm jealous of you both. My buddy started super late and I was showing him how to pack a lineup and complete missions for All 4 TAs and had a blast. All I have is today's jack o lantern map. I played way too much this last month hahaha. Have fun, don't feel like you have to rush through anything. There's no race. It's fun having loads of content to complete like when the game is first released.

Wait, there's a new map today? Yikes. That's one more thing I need to do. Lol
Does it give you XP towards this inning?

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Yep - it just came out - it's a Jack O'Lantern.

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@dirty-shawnchez_psn said in I need to:

@ericulous1_psn said in I need to:

@blind_bleeder said in I need to:

@dirty-shawnchez_psn said in I need to:

@ericulous1_psn said in I need to:

@killerpresence4 said in I need to:

It is frustrating when it happens but the br program is really easy to complete. My strategy is to not get caught up on the mission stats. Many of the missions cards will work themselves out if you stop worrying about your results with them. I mean try to draft them but once you’ve drafted them just treat them as any other ordinary card and not worry about their statistical outcomes when they are in use.

Good advice. I keep wanting to jump in to BR but I'm a total beginner. I'll keep this in mind.

OP- I think in another post you were asking if the TN and Monthly programs were worth it. I definitely think you should consider those. You get some really usable cards like Yasmani Grandal TN, Jazz Chisolm (best name in baseball) and all the POTM cards are really decent especially Tyler O'Neil, Joey Votto and Luis Robert.

Have you completed the Acuna, run it back or Field of Dreams programs? Those are also fun and you get a lot of really usable cards.

And obviously I would knock out all 4 TAs- all 6 divisions. You get like 180 cards in total.

I haven't finished the All Star, FOD, or RIB program yet. I'm still working on my TA maps. Just have the West to finish. Then I'll look at the other stuff.

I thought I was the only one behind. I counted this morning and I have around 14 maps to complete...Lots to do.

Funny thing is I'm jealous of you both. My buddy started super late and I was showing him how to pack a lineup and complete missions for All 4 TAs and had a blast. All I have is today's jack o lantern map. I played way too much this last month hahaha. Have fun, don't feel like you have to rush through anything. There's no race. It's fun having loads of content to complete like when the game is first released.

Wait, there's a new map today? Yikes. That's one more thing I need to do. Lol
Does it give you XP towards this inning?

Yep, they just released it. It's a small one but does give xp rewards the 8th inning and I'm sure there are some hidden rewards as always. I'm just patiently waiting for the world series Program on Friday and TA5 in a few weeks.

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@dirty-shawnchez_psn said in I need to:

@ericulous1_psn said in I need to:

@blind_bleeder said in I need to:

@dirty-shawnchez_psn said in I need to:

@ericulous1_psn said in I need to:

@killerpresence4 said in I need to:

It is frustrating when it happens but the br program is really easy to complete. My strategy is to not get caught up on the mission stats. Many of the missions cards will work themselves out if you stop worrying about your results with them. I mean try to draft them but once you’ve drafted them just treat them as any other ordinary card and not worry about their statistical outcomes when they are in use.

Good advice. I keep wanting to jump in to BR but I'm a total beginner. I'll keep this in mind.

OP- I think in another post you were asking if the TN and Monthly programs were worth it. I definitely think you should consider those. You get some really usable cards like Yasmani Grandal TN, Jazz Chisolm (best name in baseball) and all the POTM cards are really decent especially Tyler O'Neil, Joey Votto and Luis Robert.

Have you completed the Acuna, run it back or Field of Dreams programs? Those are also fun and you get a lot of really usable cards.

And obviously I would knock out all 4 TAs- all 6 divisions. You get like 180 cards in total.

I haven't finished the All Star, FOD, or RIB program yet. I'm still working on my TA maps. Just have the West to finish. Then I'll look at the other stuff.

I thought I was the only one behind. I counted this morning and I have around 14 maps to complete...Lots to do.

Funny thing is I'm jealous of you both. My buddy started super late and I was showing him how to pack a lineup and complete missions for All 4 TAs and had a blast. All I have is today's jack o lantern map. I played way too much this last month hahaha. Have fun, don't feel like you have to rush through anything. There's no race. It's fun having loads of content to complete like when the game is first released.

Wait, there's a new map today? Yikes. That's one more thing I need to do. Lol
Does it give you XP towards this inning?

This year it’s almost impossible to get bored with all the offline content, it’s great though, with how terrible online play has been (just my opinion) it has kept me engaged a lot longer than I would be.

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@jeezy-e_psn said in I need to:

@dirty-shawnchez_psn said in I need to:

@ericulous1_psn said in I need to:

@blind_bleeder said in I need to:

@dirty-shawnchez_psn said in I need to:

@ericulous1_psn said in I need to:

@killerpresence4 said in I need to:

It is frustrating when it happens but the br program is really easy to complete. My strategy is to not get caught up on the mission stats. Many of the missions cards will work themselves out if you stop worrying about your results with them. I mean try to draft them but once you’ve drafted them just treat them as any other ordinary card and not worry about their statistical outcomes when they are in use.

Good advice. I keep wanting to jump in to BR but I'm a total beginner. I'll keep this in mind.

OP- I think in another post you were asking if the TN and Monthly programs were worth it. I definitely think you should consider those. You get some really usable cards like Yasmani Grandal TN, Jazz Chisolm (best name in baseball) and all the POTM cards are really decent especially Tyler O'Neil, Joey Votto and Luis Robert.

Have you completed the Acuna, run it back or Field of Dreams programs? Those are also fun and you get a lot of really usable cards.

And obviously I would knock out all 4 TAs- all 6 divisions. You get like 180 cards in total.

I haven't finished the All Star, FOD, or RIB program yet. I'm still working on my TA maps. Just have the West to finish. Then I'll look at the other stuff.

I thought I was the only one behind. I counted this morning and I have around 14 maps to complete...Lots to do.

Funny thing is I'm jealous of you both. My buddy started super late and I was showing him how to pack a lineup and complete missions for All 4 TAs and had a blast. All I have is today's jack o lantern map. I played way too much this last month hahaha. Have fun, don't feel like you have to rush through anything. There's no race. It's fun having loads of content to complete like when the game is first released.

Wait, there's a new map today? Yikes. That's one more thing I need to do. Lol
Does it give you XP towards this inning?

This year it’s almost impossible to get bored with all the offline content, it’s great though, with how terrible online play has been (just my opinion) it has kept me engaged a lot longer than I would be.

Agreed, I unfortunately had too much time on my hands over the last month so I burned through everything but normally there is always plenty to do.

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@ericulous1_psn said in I need to:

@jeezy-e_psn said in I need to:

@dirty-shawnchez_psn said in I need to:

@ericulous1_psn said in I need to:

@blind_bleeder said in I need to:

@dirty-shawnchez_psn said in I need to:

@ericulous1_psn said in I need to:

@killerpresence4 said in I need to:

It is frustrating when it happens but the br program is really easy to complete. My strategy is to not get caught up on the mission stats. Many of the missions cards will work themselves out if you stop worrying about your results with them. I mean try to draft them but once you’ve drafted them just treat them as any other ordinary card and not worry about their statistical outcomes when they are in use.

Good advice. I keep wanting to jump in to BR but I'm a total beginner. I'll keep this in mind.

OP- I think in another post you were asking if the TN and Monthly programs were worth it. I definitely think you should consider those. You get some really usable cards like Yasmani Grandal TN, Jazz Chisolm (best name in baseball) and all the POTM cards are really decent especially Tyler O'Neil, Joey Votto and Luis Robert.

Have you completed the Acuna, run it back or Field of Dreams programs? Those are also fun and you get a lot of really usable cards.

And obviously I would knock out all 4 TAs- all 6 divisions. You get like 180 cards in total.

I haven't finished the All Star, FOD, or RIB program yet. I'm still working on my TA maps. Just have the West to finish. Then I'll look at the other stuff.

I thought I was the only one behind. I counted this morning and I have around 14 maps to complete...Lots to do.

Funny thing is I'm jealous of you both. My buddy started super late and I was showing him how to pack a lineup and complete missions for All 4 TAs and had a blast. All I have is today's jack o lantern map. I played way too much this last month hahaha. Have fun, don't feel like you have to rush through anything. There's no race. It's fun having loads of content to complete like when the game is first released.

Wait, there's a new map today? Yikes. That's one more thing I need to do. Lol
Does it give you XP towards this inning?

This year it’s almost impossible to get bored with all the offline content, it’s great though, with how terrible online play has been (just my opinion) it has kept me engaged a lot longer than I would be.

Agreed, I unfortunately had too much time on my hands over the last month so I burned through everything but normally there is always plenty to do.

I burned through the latest program to get my stubs back up after a drunken spending spree (5 Troy Glaus and 3 Grady sizemore just as examples) so I turned to rebuilding the Royals in franchise. With Hersh out as a RS reward I may, against all sane thoughts, venture online to do a WS run.

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@dirty-shawnchez_psn said in I need to:

@killerpresence4 said in I need to:

It is frustrating when it happens but the br program is really easy to complete. My strategy is to not get caught up on the mission stats. Many of the missions cards will work themselves out if you stop worrying about your results with them. I mean try to draft them but once you’ve drafted them just treat them as any other ordinary card and not worry about their statistical outcomes when they are in use.

When you do draft one, do you bat the in the top of the lineup or do you still go with your heavy hitters first?

I bat them where they belong in the line-up. And no I don’t just set up my bruisers at the top of the line-up. I place them usually by their batting side. I try to alternate as best as possible righty lefty or lefty righty.