SDS NEEDS to add “Sepp der Zufälligkeit”!

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You’ve all heard of “Pepe Alazar” which is a Spanish translation of the name “Joe Random”. Pepe is a Spanish nickname for Jose or Jusepe, which in English, would be “Joe”. Alazar is a form of the adjective “Azar” which means random with the Spanish prefix of “al” which means “of the”. Pepe Alazar in MLB The Show 17 was a 99 overall hitter with max stats.

But it has come to my attention that this game is underwhelmed in terms of German representation, which is why SDS NEEDS to add “Sepp der Zufälligkeit”. For all you non-Germans out there, Sepp is a nickname that you’d use for someone named Joe or Josef . “der Zufälligkeit” translates similarly to “of randomness”.

I think for SDS to increase diversity they NEED to add Sepp der Zufälligkeit ASAP! It would help add diversity and show that SDS cares for their German players. Sepp der Zufälligkeit would be a 99 overall hardware pitcher with max stats (all 125 and 99) and would have a knuckleball that is 95 MPH, fundamentally making him the pitcher equivalent of Pepe Alazar.

Change your CAP name to “ Sepp der Zufälligkeit” to spread awareness!

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Sigh....

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Zeigen Sie Ihre Unterstützung für Sepp!

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@KierannosaurusK said in SDS NEEDS to add “Sepp der Zufälligkeit”!:

You’ve all heard of “Pepe Alazar” which is a Spanish translation of the name “Joe Random”. Pepe is a Spanish nickname for Jose or Jusepe, which in English, would be “Joe”. Alazar is a form of the adjective “Azar” which means random with the Spanish prefix of “al” which means “of the”. Pepe Alazar in MLB The Show 17 was a 99 overall hitter with max stats.

But it has come to my attention that this game is underwhelmed in terms of German representation, which is why SDS NEEDS to add “Sepp der Zufälligkeit”. For all you non-Germans out there, Sepp is a nickname that you’d use for someone named Joe or Josef . “der Zufälligkeit” translates similarly to “of randomness”.

I think for SDS to increase diversity they NEED to add Sepp der Zufälligkeit ASAP! It would help add diversity and show that SDS cares for their German players. Sepp der Zufälligkeit would be a 99 overall hardware pitcher with max stats (all 125 and 99) and would have a knuckleball that is 95 MPH, fundamentally making him the pitcher equivalent of Pepe Alazar.

Change your CAP name to “ Sepp der Zufälligkeit” to spread awareness!

95 mph knuckleball? Im uninstalling...

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@KierannosaurusK said in SDS NEEDS to add “Sepp der Zufälligkeit”!:

You’ve all heard of “Pepe Alazar” which is a Spanish translation of the name “Joe Random”. Pepe is a Spanish nickname for Jose or Jusepe, which in English, would be “Joe”. Alazar is a form of the adjective “Azar” which means random with the Spanish prefix of “al” which means “of the”. Pepe Alazar in MLB The Show 17 was a 99 overall hitter with max stats.

But it has come to my attention that this game is underwhelmed in terms of German representation, which is why SDS NEEDS to add “Sepp der Zufälligkeit”. For all you non-Germans out there, Sepp is a nickname that you’d use for someone named Joe or Josef . “der Zufälligkeit” translates similarly to “of randomness”.

I think for SDS to increase diversity they NEED to add Sepp der Zufälligkeit ASAP! It would help add diversity and show that SDS cares for their German players. Sepp der Zufälligkeit would be a 99 overall hardware pitcher with max stats (all 125 and 99) and would have a knuckleball that is 95 MPH, fundamentally making him the pitcher equivalent of Pepe Alazar.

Change your CAP name to “ Sepp der Zufälligkeit” to spread awareness!

Honus Wagner is in the game... No need for this ridiculous thread. The End

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@Nanthrax_1 said in SDS NEEDS to add “Sepp der Zufälligkeit”!:

@KierannosaurusK said in SDS NEEDS to add “Sepp der Zufälligkeit”!:

You’ve all heard of “Pepe Alazar” which is a Spanish translation of the name “Joe Random”. Pepe is a Spanish nickname for Jose or Jusepe, which in English, would be “Joe”. Alazar is a form of the adjective “Azar” which means random with the Spanish prefix of “al” which means “of the”. Pepe Alazar in MLB The Show 17 was a 99 overall hitter with max stats.

But it has come to my attention that this game is underwhelmed in terms of German representation, which is why SDS NEEDS to add “Sepp der Zufälligkeit”. For all you non-Germans out there, Sepp is a nickname that you’d use for someone named Joe or Josef . “der Zufälligkeit” translates similarly to “of randomness”.

I think for SDS to increase diversity they NEED to add Sepp der Zufälligkeit ASAP! It would help add diversity and show that SDS cares for their German players. Sepp der Zufälligkeit would be a 99 overall hardware pitcher with max stats (all 125 and 99) and would have a knuckleball that is 95 MPH, fundamentally making him the pitcher equivalent of Pepe Alazar.

Change your CAP name to “ Sepp der Zufälligkeit” to spread awareness!

Honus Wagner is in the game... No need for this ridiculous thread. The End

I’m what’s that supposed to mean? One German is not enough. We still need Sepp der Zufälligkeit

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@KierannosaurusK said in SDS NEEDS to add “Sepp der Zufälligkeit”!:

@Nanthrax_1 said in SDS NEEDS to add “Sepp der Zufälligkeit”!:

@KierannosaurusK said in SDS NEEDS to add “Sepp der Zufälligkeit”!:

You’ve all heard of “Pepe Alazar” which is a Spanish translation of the name “Joe Random”. Pepe is a Spanish nickname for Jose or Jusepe, which in English, would be “Joe”. Alazar is a form of the adjective “Azar” which means random with the Spanish prefix of “al” which means “of the”. Pepe Alazar in MLB The Show 17 was a 99 overall hitter with max stats.

But it has come to my attention that this game is underwhelmed in terms of German representation, which is why SDS NEEDS to add “Sepp der Zufälligkeit”. For all you non-Germans out there, Sepp is a nickname that you’d use for someone named Joe or Josef . “der Zufälligkeit” translates similarly to “of randomness”.

I think for SDS to increase diversity they NEED to add Sepp der Zufälligkeit ASAP! It would help add diversity and show that SDS cares for their German players. Sepp der Zufälligkeit would be a 99 overall hardware pitcher with max stats (all 125 and 99) and would have a knuckleball that is 95 MPH, fundamentally making him the pitcher equivalent of Pepe Alazar.

Change your CAP name to “ Sepp der Zufälligkeit” to spread awareness!

Honus Wagner is in the game... No need for this ridiculous thread. The End

I’m what’s that supposed to mean? One German is not enough. We still need Sepp der Zufälligkeit

Max Kepler.. there.
/End thread

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@Nanthrax_1 said in SDS NEEDS to add “Sepp der Zufälligkeit”!:

@KierannosaurusK said in SDS NEEDS to add “Sepp der Zufälligkeit”!:

@Nanthrax_1 said in SDS NEEDS to add “Sepp der Zufälligkeit”!:

@KierannosaurusK said in SDS NEEDS to add “Sepp der Zufälligkeit”!:

You’ve all heard of “Pepe Alazar” which is a Spanish translation of the name “Joe Random”. Pepe is a Spanish nickname for Jose or Jusepe, which in English, would be “Joe”. Alazar is a form of the adjective “Azar” which means random with the Spanish prefix of “al” which means “of the”. Pepe Alazar in MLB The Show 17 was a 99 overall hitter with max stats.

But it has come to my attention that this game is underwhelmed in terms of German representation, which is why SDS NEEDS to add “Sepp der Zufälligkeit”. For all you non-Germans out there, Sepp is a nickname that you’d use for someone named Joe or Josef . “der Zufälligkeit” translates similarly to “of randomness”.

I think for SDS to increase diversity they NEED to add Sepp der Zufälligkeit ASAP! It would help add diversity and show that SDS cares for their German players. Sepp der Zufälligkeit would be a 99 overall hardware pitcher with max stats (all 125 and 99) and would have a knuckleball that is 95 MPH, fundamentally making him the pitcher equivalent of Pepe Alazar.

Change your CAP name to “ Sepp der Zufälligkeit” to spread awareness!

Honus Wagner is in the game... No need for this ridiculous thread. The End

I’m what’s that supposed to mean? One German is not enough. We still need Sepp der Zufälligkeit

Max Kepler.. there.
/End thread

It doesn’t matter, we need more and their names must sound German too to spread awareness. Also neither of those are 99 OVR pitchers

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Sigh......

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Tell your German brethren to put down their bratwursts and beer, change out of their laderhosen, get off the pitch and pick up a baseball then.

They aren't represented because they don't historically play baseball. Don't be stupid Kieran. The end

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@Nanthrax_1 said in SDS NEEDS to add “Sepp der Zufälligkeit”!:

Tell your German brethren to put down their bratwursts and beer, change out of their laderhosen, get off the pitch and pick up a baseball then.

They aren't represented because they don't historically play baseball. Don't be stupid Kieran. The end

Rumor has it the Germans actually invented baseball they just don’t get credit for it

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Another day without him in the game smh

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only if he swings the Wunderwaffe from Call of Duty World at War

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Another day that you're still able to be on these forums.. smh...

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das ist inakzeptabel

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Dumbest post subject ever. I'm part German too. Who cares

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One word. NEIN!!!

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@SF-GiantsDynasty said in SDS NEEDS to add “Sepp der Zufälligkeit”!:

Dumbest post subject ever. I'm part German too. Who cares

Not German enough it seems

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@KierannosaurusK said in SDS NEEDS to add “Sepp der Zufälligkeit”!:

@Nanthrax_1 said in SDS NEEDS to add “Sepp der Zufälligkeit”!:

@KierannosaurusK said in SDS NEEDS to add “Sepp der Zufälligkeit”!:

@Nanthrax_1 said in SDS NEEDS to add “Sepp der Zufälligkeit”!:

@KierannosaurusK said in SDS NEEDS to add “Sepp der Zufälligkeit”!:

You’ve all heard of “Pepe Alazar” which is a Spanish translation of the name “Joe Random”. Pepe is a Spanish nickname for Jose or Jusepe, which in English, would be “Joe”. Alazar is a form of the adjective “Azar” which means random with the Spanish prefix of “al” which means “of the”. Pepe Alazar in MLB The Show 17 was a 99 overall hitter with max stats.

But it has come to my attention that this game is underwhelmed in terms of German representation, which is why SDS NEEDS to add “Sepp der Zufälligkeit”. For all you non-Germans out there, Sepp is a nickname that you’d use for someone named Joe or Josef . “der Zufälligkeit” translates similarly to “of randomness”.

I think for SDS to increase diversity they NEED to add Sepp der Zufälligkeit ASAP! It would help add diversity and show that SDS cares for their German players. Sepp der Zufälligkeit would be a 99 overall hardware pitcher with max stats (all 125 and 99) and would have a knuckleball that is 95 MPH, fundamentally making him the pitcher equivalent of Pepe Alazar.

Change your CAP name to “ Sepp der Zufälligkeit” to spread awareness!

Honus Wagner is in the game... No need for this ridiculous thread. The End

I’m what’s that supposed to mean? One German is not enough. We still need Sepp der Zufälligkeit

Max Kepler.. there.
/End thread

It doesn’t matter, we need more and their names must sound German too to spread awareness. Also neither of those are 99 OVR pitchers

Spread awareness of what? I'm confused

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@AlphaDag13 said in SDS NEEDS to add “Sepp der Zufälligkeit”!:

One word. NEIN!!!

Is Robb Nen German?