I still don't understand how they calculate PXP

Just got 108 PXP with Bronze reliever Ian Kennedy. It said I pitched 1 inning and got the Win.
1 Inning is 40 PXP
1 Win is 20 PXP
That's 60 PXP total; but since it's online (BR) I get 1.5x for a total of 90 PXP. Where did the other 18 PXP come from? 
@djsparky2k22_psn said in I still don't understand how they calculate PXP:
Just got 108 PXP with Bronze reliever Ian Kennedy. It said I pitched 1 inning and got the Win.
1 Inning is 40 PXP
1 Win is 20 PXP
That's 60 PXP total; but since it's online (BR) I get 1.5x for a total of 90 PXP. Where did the other 18 PXP come from?Was that maybe a bonus for playing on allstar?

@raylewissb47_psn said in I still don't understand how they calculate PXP:
@djsparky2k22_psn said in I still don't understand how they calculate PXP:
Just got 108 PXP with Bronze reliever Ian Kennedy. It said I pitched 1 inning and got the Win.
1 Inning is 40 PXP
1 Win is 20 PXP
That's 60 PXP total; but since it's online (BR) I get 1.5x for a total of 90 PXP. Where did the other 18 PXP come from?Was that maybe a bonus for playing on allstar?
Do they give bonus for online difficulty?

@djsparky2k22_psn said in I still don't understand how they calculate PXP:
@raylewissb47_psn said in I still don't understand how they calculate PXP:
@djsparky2k22_psn said in I still don't understand how they calculate PXP:
Just got 108 PXP with Bronze reliever Ian Kennedy. It said I pitched 1 inning and got the Win.
1 Inning is 40 PXP
1 Win is 20 PXP
That's 60 PXP total; but since it's online (BR) I get 1.5x for a total of 90 PXP. Where did the other 18 PXP come from?Was that maybe a bonus for playing on allstar?
Do they give bonus for online difficulty?
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@djsparky2k22_psn said in I still don't understand how they calculate PXP:
@raylewissb47_psn said in I still don't understand how they calculate PXP:
@djsparky2k22_psn said in I still don't understand how they calculate PXP:
Just got 108 PXP with Bronze reliever Ian Kennedy. It said I pitched 1 inning and got the Win.
1 Inning is 40 PXP
1 Win is 20 PXP
That's 60 PXP total; but since it's online (BR) I get 1.5x for a total of 90 PXP. Where did the other 18 PXP come from?Was that maybe a bonus for playing on allstar?
Do they give bonus for online difficulty?
@djsparky2k22_psn said in I still don't understand how they calculate PXP:
@raylewissb47_psn said in I still don't understand how they calculate PXP:
@djsparky2k22_psn said in I still don't understand how they calculate PXP:
Just got 108 PXP with Bronze reliever Ian Kennedy. It said I pitched 1 inning and got the Win.
1 Inning is 40 PXP
1 Win is 20 PXP
That's 60 PXP total; but since it's online (BR) I get 1.5x for a total of 90 PXP. Where did the other 18 PXP come from?Was that maybe a bonus for playing on allstar?
Do they give bonus for online difficulty?
Yes to bonus for difficulty.online you get both. 50% for online and 20% for AS.

@djsparky2k22_psn said in I still don't understand how they calculate PXP:
Just got 108 PXP with Bronze reliever Ian Kennedy. It said I pitched 1 inning and got the Win.
1 Inning is 40 PXP
1 Win is 20 PXP
That's 60 PXP total; but since it's online (BR) I get 1.5x for a total of 90 PXP. Where did the other 18 PXP come from?Go to any card and flip it to the backside. Then use R1 to scroll over PXP. The calculations are right there. They are different for hitters and pitchers, so look at both. Also, pitchers accumulate hitting PXP when they bat.
I have a spreadsheet that I use to calculate ingame PXP for players and one for team PXP. That way, when I come to the end of getting what I need, I can exit the game and start something new.

@blind_bleeder said in I still don't understand how they calculate PXP:
@djsparky2k22_psn said in I still don't understand how they calculate PXP:
Just got 108 PXP with Bronze reliever Ian Kennedy. It said I pitched 1 inning and got the Win.
1 Inning is 40 PXP
1 Win is 20 PXP
That's 60 PXP total; but since it's online (BR) I get 1.5x for a total of 90 PXP. Where did the other 18 PXP come from?Go to any card and flip it to the backside. Then use R1 to scroll over PXP. The calculations are right there. They are different for hitters and pitchers, so look at both. Also, pitchers accumulate hitting PXP when they bat.
I have a spreadsheet that I use to calculate ingame PXP for players and one for team PXP. That way, when I come to the end of getting what I need, I can exit the game and start something new.
I knew one day I'd find other people like me haha. I keep track of evert diamond card I collect despite the fact that the game does it for me.

@ericulous1_psn said in I still don't understand how they calculate PXP:
@blind_bleeder said in I still don't understand how they calculate PXP:
@djsparky2k22_psn said in I still don't understand how they calculate PXP:
Just got 108 PXP with Bronze reliever Ian Kennedy. It said I pitched 1 inning and got the Win.
1 Inning is 40 PXP
1 Win is 20 PXP
That's 60 PXP total; but since it's online (BR) I get 1.5x for a total of 90 PXP. Where did the other 18 PXP come from?Go to any card and flip it to the backside. Then use R1 to scroll over PXP. The calculations are right there. They are different for hitters and pitchers, so look at both. Also, pitchers accumulate hitting PXP when they bat.
I have a spreadsheet that I use to calculate ingame PXP for players and one for team PXP. That way, when I come to the end of getting what I need, I can exit the game and start something new.
I knew one day I'd find other people like me haha. I keep track of evert diamond card I collect despite the fact that the game does it for me.

That’s next level OCD.

@ecureuil2011_psn said in I still don't understand how they calculate PXP:
That’s next level OCD.
Nah.. @Blind_Bleeder is just retired and has an awesome life now.

@writetoshawn_psn said in I still don't understand how they calculate PXP:
@ecureuil2011_psn said in I still don't understand how they calculate PXP:
That’s next level OCD.
Nah.. @Blind_Bleeder is just retired and has an awesome life now.
That too

@writetoshawn_psn said in I still don't understand how they calculate PXP:
@ecureuil2011_psn said in I still don't understand how they calculate PXP:
That’s next level OCD.
Nah.. @Blind_Bleeder is just retired and has an awesome life now.
That’s the kind of thing I did as a teenager on my 486 computer playing Tony Larussa or Sports Talk Baseball because they didn’t keep track of stats back then; also Baseball Star on my dad’s old typewriter; the hammer ones, not electric ones lol

@ecureuil2011_psn said in I still don't understand how they calculate PXP:
@writetoshawn_psn said in I still don't understand how they calculate PXP:
@ecureuil2011_psn said in I still don't understand how they calculate PXP:
That’s next level OCD.
Nah.. @Blind_Bleeder is just retired and has an awesome life now.
That’s the kind of thing I did as a teenager on my 486 computer playing Tony Larussa or Sports Talk Baseball because they didn’t keep track of stats back then; also Baseball Star on my dad’s old typewriter; the hammer ones, not electric ones lol
Yup, I did it as a kid with Ken Griffey Jr. Baseball on Nintendo. Decades later and now I do it with fantasy baseball.

@blind_bleeder said in I still don't understand how they calculate PXP:
@djsparky2k22_psn said in I still don't understand how they calculate PXP:
Just got 108 PXP with Bronze reliever Ian Kennedy. It said I pitched 1 inning and got the Win.
1 Inning is 40 PXP
1 Win is 20 PXP
That's 60 PXP total; but since it's online (BR) I get 1.5x for a total of 90 PXP. Where did the other 18 PXP come from?Go to any card and flip it to the backside. Then use R1 to scroll over PXP. The calculations are right there. They are different for hitters and pitchers, so look at both. Also, pitchers accumulate hitting PXP when they bat.
I have a spreadsheet that I use to calculate ingame PXP for players and one for team PXP. That way, when I come to the end of getting what I need, I can exit the game and start something new.
Does this work for you still? When I exit out without finishing a game I have been getting zero rewards. Exiting out, even after one batter, last season counted all the stats, but so far this season that hasn't been the case.

@spacewrangle_xbl said in I still don't understand how they calculate PXP:
@blind_bleeder said in I still don't understand how they calculate PXP:
@djsparky2k22_psn said in I still don't understand how they calculate PXP:
Just got 108 PXP with Bronze reliever Ian Kennedy. It said I pitched 1 inning and got the Win.
1 Inning is 40 PXP
1 Win is 20 PXP
That's 60 PXP total; but since it's online (BR) I get 1.5x for a total of 90 PXP. Where did the other 18 PXP come from?Go to any card and flip it to the backside. Then use R1 to scroll over PXP. The calculations are right there. They are different for hitters and pitchers, so look at both. Also, pitchers accumulate hitting PXP when they bat.
I have a spreadsheet that I use to calculate ingame PXP for players and one for team PXP. That way, when I come to the end of getting what I need, I can exit the game and start something new.
Does this work for you still? When I exit out without finishing a game I have been getting zero rewards. Exiting out, even after one batter, last season counted all the stats, but so far this season that hasn't been the case.
For PXP in particular you need 8 AB's for it to count

@the_dragon1912 said in I still don't understand how they calculate PXP:
@spacewrangle_xbl said in I still don't understand how they calculate PXP:
@blind_bleeder said in I still don't understand how they calculate PXP:
@djsparky2k22_psn said in I still don't understand how they calculate PXP:
Just got 108 PXP with Bronze reliever Ian Kennedy. It said I pitched 1 inning and got the Win.
1 Inning is 40 PXP
1 Win is 20 PXP
That's 60 PXP total; but since it's online (BR) I get 1.5x for a total of 90 PXP. Where did the other 18 PXP come from?Go to any card and flip it to the backside. Then use R1 to scroll over PXP. The calculations are right there. They are different for hitters and pitchers, so look at both. Also, pitchers accumulate hitting PXP when they bat.
I have a spreadsheet that I use to calculate ingame PXP for players and one for team PXP. That way, when I come to the end of getting what I need, I can exit the game and start something new.
Does this work for you still? When I exit out without finishing a game I have been getting zero rewards. Exiting out, even after one batter, last season counted all the stats, but so far this season that hasn't been the case.
For PXP in particular you need 8 AB's for it to count
Is this 8 ABs for just you or for both opponent's combined?
If it's just per player (you); then that means if someone dashboards before the 9th batter comes to the plate, which if it's a 00 game could be the last batter of the 3rd Inning, that means you don't get PXP for the WHOLE game.
I think that's wrong. There have been plenty of times someone has dashboarded in the 2nd inning and I still got PXP for my players. I'm just not getting them for Vet Glavine for some reason.
I'm thinking this needs to be discussed/explained buy a dev.

@djsparky2k22_psn said in I still don't understand how they calculate PXP:
@the_dragon1912 said in I still don't understand how they calculate PXP:
@spacewrangle_xbl said in I still don't understand how they calculate PXP:
@blind_bleeder said in I still don't understand how they calculate PXP:
@djsparky2k22_psn said in I still don't understand how they calculate PXP:
Just got 108 PXP with Bronze reliever Ian Kennedy. It said I pitched 1 inning and got the Win.
1 Inning is 40 PXP
1 Win is 20 PXP
That's 60 PXP total; but since it's online (BR) I get 1.5x for a total of 90 PXP. Where did the other 18 PXP come from?Go to any card and flip it to the backside. Then use R1 to scroll over PXP. The calculations are right there. They are different for hitters and pitchers, so look at both. Also, pitchers accumulate hitting PXP when they bat.
I have a spreadsheet that I use to calculate ingame PXP for players and one for team PXP. That way, when I come to the end of getting what I need, I can exit the game and start something new.
Does this work for you still? When I exit out without finishing a game I have been getting zero rewards. Exiting out, even after one batter, last season counted all the stats, but so far this season that hasn't been the case.
For PXP in particular you need 8 AB's for it to count
Is this 8 ABs for just you or for both opponent's combined?
If it's just per player (you); then that means if someone dashboards before the 9th batter comes to the plate, which if it's a 00 game could be the last batter of the 3rd Inning, that means you don't get PXP for the WHOLE game.
I think that's wrong. There have been plenty of times someone has dashboarded in the 2nd inning and I still got PXP for my players. I'm just not getting them for Vet Glavine for some reason.
I'm thinking this needs to be discussed/explained buy a dev.
It’s 8 ab if YOU quit. If your opponent quits then you get yours. Supposebly?

@djsparky2k22_psn said in I still don't understand how they calculate PXP:
@the_dragon1912 said in I still don't understand how they calculate PXP:
@spacewrangle_xbl said in I still don't understand how they calculate PXP:
@blind_bleeder said in I still don't understand how they calculate PXP:
@djsparky2k22_psn said in I still don't understand how they calculate PXP:
Just got 108 PXP with Bronze reliever Ian Kennedy. It said I pitched 1 inning and got the Win.
1 Inning is 40 PXP
1 Win is 20 PXP
That's 60 PXP total; but since it's online (BR) I get 1.5x for a total of 90 PXP. Where did the other 18 PXP come from?Go to any card and flip it to the backside. Then use R1 to scroll over PXP. The calculations are right there. They are different for hitters and pitchers, so look at both. Also, pitchers accumulate hitting PXP when they bat.
I have a spreadsheet that I use to calculate ingame PXP for players and one for team PXP. That way, when I come to the end of getting what I need, I can exit the game and start something new.
Does this work for you still? When I exit out without finishing a game I have been getting zero rewards. Exiting out, even after one batter, last season counted all the stats, but so far this season that hasn't been the case.
For PXP in particular you need 8 AB's for it to count
Is this 8 ABs for just you or for both opponent's combined?
If it's just per player (you); then that means if someone dashboards before the 9th batter comes to the plate, which if it's a 00 game could be the last batter of the 3rd Inning, that means you don't get PXP for the WHOLE game.
I think that's wrong. There have been plenty of times someone has dashboarded in the 2nd inning and I still got PXP for my players. I'm just not getting them for Vet Glavine for some reason.
I'm thinking this needs to be discussed/explained buy a dev.
Sorry. 8 AB with just yourself(or 1 time through the order if that's easier to remember) or a win. The guy I responded to made it sound like he was getting 1 AB against the CPU and quitting, which works for stats but not PXP. It told you that last year if you quit a game I'm not really sure why they took that message out.

@the_dragon1912 said in I still don't understand how they calculate PXP:
@djsparky2k22_psn said in I still don't understand how they calculate PXP:
@the_dragon1912 said in I still don't understand how they calculate PXP:
@spacewrangle_xbl said in I still don't understand how they calculate PXP:
@blind_bleeder said in I still don't understand how they calculate PXP:
@djsparky2k22_psn said in I still don't understand how they calculate PXP:
Just got 108 PXP with Bronze reliever Ian Kennedy. It said I pitched 1 inning and got the Win.
1 Inning is 40 PXP
1 Win is 20 PXP
That's 60 PXP total; but since it's online (BR) I get 1.5x for a total of 90 PXP. Where did the other 18 PXP come from?Go to any card and flip it to the backside. Then use R1 to scroll over PXP. The calculations are right there. They are different for hitters and pitchers, so look at both. Also, pitchers accumulate hitting PXP when they bat.
I have a spreadsheet that I use to calculate ingame PXP for players and one for team PXP. That way, when I come to the end of getting what I need, I can exit the game and start something new.
Does this work for you still? When I exit out without finishing a game I have been getting zero rewards. Exiting out, even after one batter, last season counted all the stats, but so far this season that hasn't been the case.
For PXP in particular you need 8 AB's for it to count
Is this 8 ABs for just you or for both opponent's combined?
If it's just per player (you); then that means if someone dashboards before the 9th batter comes to the plate, which if it's a 00 game could be the last batter of the 3rd Inning, that means you don't get PXP for the WHOLE game.
I think that's wrong. There have been plenty of times someone has dashboarded in the 2nd inning and I still got PXP for my players. I'm just not getting them for Vet Glavine for some reason.
I'm thinking this needs to be discussed/explained buy a dev.
Sorry. 8 AB with just yourself(or 1 time through the order if that's easier to remember) or a win. The guy I responded to made it sound like he was getting 1 AB against the CPU and quitting, which works for stats but not PXP. It told you that last year if you quit a game I'm not really sure why they took that message out.
Maybe they did this to discourage people from dashboarding.

@writetoshawn_psn said in I still don't understand how they calculate PXP:
@ecureuil2011_psn said in I still don't understand how they calculate PXP:
@writetoshawn_psn said in I still don't understand how they calculate PXP:
@ecureuil2011_psn said in I still don't understand how they calculate PXP:
That’s next level OCD.
Nah.. @Blind_Bleeder is just retired and has an awesome life now.
That’s the kind of thing I did as a teenager on my 486 computer playing Tony Larussa or Sports Talk Baseball because they didn’t keep track of stats back then; also Baseball Star on my dad’s old typewriter; the hammer ones, not electric ones lol
Yup, I did it as a kid with Ken Griffey Jr. Baseball on Nintendo. Decades later and now I do it with fantasy baseball.
Best video game ever.

@blind_bleeder
Go to any card and flip it to the backside. Then use R1 to scroll over PXP. The calculations are right there. They are different for hitters and pitchers, so look at both. Also, pitchers accumulate hitting PXP when they bat.
I have a spreadsheet that I use to calculate ingame PXP for players and one for team PXP. That way, when I come to the end of getting what I need, I can exit the game and start something new.
This sounds absolutely amazing, any chance you can make it available? I would LOVE to utilize something this helpful.