So far, I have finished the Cubs, Twins, and Orioles collections. I have around 30k stubs rn and I plan to sell my First Inning Boss for another 28-32k stubs. For my next collection, I was thinking of doing either the Red Sox, Rays, Athletics, or Indians. Based on the collection rewards and the players you get for the stubs, which collection is more worth the stubs?
I have a very small sample size with Victorino, 18 at-bats, only batting .200, but he's made the most of his 3 hits, one game-winning home run and one game-winning double.
I have Longoria, only used him for one at-bat tho, so can't comment on him.
I don't like Cody Allen's pitch mix, but he's probably more useful than Longo. Personally I'd do the Red Sox, Victorino is nice bench option with speed + you get a masher by getting J.D Martinez.
If you picked up and plan to play the Eddie Matthews card through the Evolution program, Longoria is the perfect platoon partner/late inning defensive replacement partner.
To me, collections are all about XP and getting to Silver 1 (which I took reggie). I'd knock out all of the cheap collections (Blue Jays, Royals, Tigers, White Sox,Mariners, Rangers, Marlins, Reds, Pirates, Giants). You gain a ton of XP and some nice golds for your team. None of these have diamonds.