Best Position to Get to MLB the Fastest

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I’m thinking a pitcher and maybe relief pitcher might be the fastest way to get a top ball player and reach the majors the fastest. What do you think?

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Fastest as in real-life time? I would say use a position player and switch off fielding and baserunning opportunities. Should be able to get to the majors in under an hour. At least that’s what I did when going for the ‘get the call up’ trophy.

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Promotions are based on overall. The best way to get promoted is to be at a position with little depth and a low overall MLB Starter. In 21, if your overall was good enough, you'd get promoted to AAA at the AA break and to MLB on or a few days after August 1. If you don't care what team you're on you can get called up fast at any position.

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@samusuppiluliuma said in Best Position to Get to MLB the Fastest:

Promotions are based on overall. The best way to get promoted is to be at a position with little depth and a low overall MLB Starter. In 21, if your overall was good enough, you'd get promoted to AAA at the AA break and to MLB on or a few days after August 1. If you don't care what team you're on you can get called up fast at any position.

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@samusuppiluliuma said in Best Position to Get to MLB the Fastest:

Promotions are based on overall. The best way to get promoted is to be at a position with little depth and a low overall MLB Starter. In 21, if your overall was good enough, you'd get promoted to AAA at the AA break and to MLB on or a few days after August 1. If you don't care what team you're on you can get called up fast at any position.

So, is there are position that’s faster to get a higher overall?

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@goozefn_psn said in Best Position to Get to MLB the Fastest:

@samusuppiluliuma said in Best Position to Get to MLB the Fastest:

Promotions are based on overall. The best way to get promoted is to be at a position with little depth and a low overall MLB Starter. In 21, if your overall was good enough, you'd get promoted to AAA at the AA break and to MLB on or a few days after August 1. If you don't care what team you're on you can get called up fast at any position.

So, is there are position that’s faster to get a higher overall?

Usually any position on the Baltimore Orioles.

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@goozefn_psn said in Best Position to Get to MLB the Fastest:

I’m thinking a pitcher and maybe relief pitcher might be the fastest way to get a top ball player and reach the majors the fastest. What do you think?

No 1 position has an advantage over another. Once the position and player is created it is then up to how the player progresses individually.

For instance if i create a SS and you Create a SS at same time, from that point forward it will be based on how well you play that determines the progression. It is not a linear progression.

I had a player in the minors for 3 years once. Granted b/c i skipped training and so forth only played games.

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@tanman05851_mlbts said in Best Position to Get to MLB the Fastest:

@goozefn_psn said in Best Position to Get to MLB the Fastest:

@samusuppiluliuma said in Best Position to Get to MLB the Fastest:

Promotions are based on overall. The best way to get promoted is to be at a position with little depth and a low overall MLB Starter. In 21, if your overall was good enough, you'd get promoted to AAA at the AA break and to MLB on or a few days after August 1. If you don't care what team you're on you can get called up fast at any position.

So, is there are position that’s faster to get a higher overall?

Usually any position on the Baltimore Orioles.

This right here. I basically had a full season split between AA and AAA and then a couple of weeks AAA the next season before I was up starting in the Majors batting between 3-5 in the lineup.

When I played on 20 I’m pretty sure I used the Orioles too but ended up getting traded to the Astros. I was constantly batting towards the bottom of the order even though I was winning the Triple Crown. Made no sense.

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I actually don't like getting to the majors quickly. Give me two seasons in the minors so that when I actually do get to the MLB, my stats aren't worse than Martin Maldonado's. Nothing sucks more than getting drafted by the Orioles, called up in half a season and then having your career ruined because you aren't able to do anything. Although it is a very realistic and immersive experience about what it is like to get drafted by the Baltimore Orioles.