Team Affinity Grind

SDS

I don’t really know how I feel about this. I just wanted to see what the general opinion is of the length of grind TAs are.

Conquest, vs CPU, events, I generally always have a lineup set up to help out with TA innings. I also play a decent amount.

I’m still not even close on a lot of these TAs. I have 8 FOTF and a couple more that are close but to get that extra 20 points to max it out and start stage 2 is a showdown run by itself. I know they aren’t meant for them ALL to be completed. But It’s basically spend hours on end playing showdown, (mindlessly) playing vs CPU, or you’re not going to be close.

I kind of like it because some of these rewards are going to be pretty rare near the end. But you better hope a card on a team you’re behind on doesn’t get a reward you really want. By the time stage 4 comes around, if you haven’t put in a ton of time into a specific team you’re going to have weeks of grinding to catch up.

What are your guys’ opinion? Right now I don’t think it’s much of an issue, but think about when stage 3 and 4 roll around. Maybe things will even out since stage 2 is 20 points shorter.

SDS

Pick between 3-5 and work on those in events, rs, exchanges and showdown

SDS

Buddy, I've got one done and I am absolute trash at showdown. I'm in it for the long haul. Collections/basic missions have gotten me anywhere from 5-15 for most teams, I figure I'll grind MTO for the rest. Plus, I'm an 'essential' employee of the state so it's not like i've go the free time to grind as much as some other folks. Game's out for a year; I'll get there.

SDS

Yeah, but that’s part of the draw. The way they have it set up now pretty much guarantees that the vest majority of people will only get a few of these to max summer/fall, so any rewards from those will be pretty rare to see.

FYI, I have 10 to 70. (Well, technically 2 of those are already to 110 thanks to showdowns), but no real hope on any of the other 20 teams.

SDS

@genopolanco said in Team Affinity Grind:

I don’t really know how I feel about this. I just wanted to see what the general opinion is of the length of grind TAs are.

Conquest, vs CPU, events, I generally always have a lineup set up to help out with TA innings. I also play a decent amount.

I’m still not even close on a lot of these TAs. I have 8 FOTF and a couple more that are close but to get that extra 20 points to max it out and start stage 2 is a showdown run by itself. I know they aren’t meant for them ALL to be completed. But It’s basically spend hours on end playing showdown, (mindlessly) playing vs CPU, or you’re not going to be close.

I kind of like it because some of these rewards are going to be pretty rare near the end. But you better hope a card on a team you’re behind on doesn’t get a reward you really want. By the time stage 4 comes around, if you haven’t put in a ton of time into a specific team you’re going to have weeks of grinding to catch up.

What are your guys’ opinion? Right now I don’t think it’s much of an issue, but think about when stage 3 and 4 roll around. Maybe things will even out since stage 2 is 20 points shorter.

I believe that is the point of the program - and i am happy that it is this way. If you are a superfan of a team or a few cards, you grind them very far, but the idea of teams having many stage 4 cards should NOT be common. I would love for this to help create variety in endgame cards.

SDS

I personally just love the game of baseball in a visually authentic manner (SDS jokes aside) so I don’t mind the CPU inning grind. I just try to make it fun by using players I enjoy for two teams at a time. Right now I have a Cubs/Phillies squad (Baez, Bryant, Schwarber, Harper, Didi, Mickey Moniak, Bohm, Amaya). It’s a long term approach but I’m weird. I enjoy it. It makes the reward that much more satisfying.

SDS

@genopolanco said in Team Affinity Grind:

I don’t really know how I feel about this. I just wanted to see what the general opinion is of the length of grind TAs are.

Conquest, vs CPU, events, I generally always have a lineup set up to help out with TA innings. I also play a decent amount.

I’m still not even close on a lot of these TAs. I have 8 FOTF and a couple more that are close but to get that extra 20 points to max it out and start stage 2 is a showdown run by itself. I know they aren’t meant for them ALL to be completed. But It’s basically spend hours on end playing showdown, (mindlessly) playing vs CPU, or you’re not going to be close.

I kind of like it because some of these rewards are going to be pretty rare near the end. But you better hope a card on a team you’re behind on doesn’t get a reward you really want. By the time stage 4 comes around, if you haven’t put in a ton of time into a specific team you’re going to have weeks of grinding to catch up.

What are your guys’ opinion? Right now I don’t think it’s much of an issue, but think about when stage 3 and 4 roll around. Maybe things will even out since stage 2 is 20 points shorter.

Stage 1 is 70 points and was around for a little over a month. Stage 2 is 50 additional points and will probably be 3 months before we see the Stage 3. Plenty of time to get a lot done before the next stage. Don't let how some people blast through these in a few days get you to feel like you have to do that as well. If you concentrate on enjoying the game, these rewards will come by quicker than worrying about catching up to people.

SDS

@dap1234567890 said in Team Affinity Grind:

@genopolanco said in Team Affinity Grind:

I don’t really know how I feel about this. I just wanted to see what the general opinion is of the length of grind TAs are.

Conquest, vs CPU, events, I generally always have a lineup set up to help out with TA innings. I also play a decent amount.

I’m still not even close on a lot of these TAs. I have 8 FOTF and a couple more that are close but to get that extra 20 points to max it out and start stage 2 is a showdown run by itself. I know they aren’t meant for them ALL to be completed. But It’s basically spend hours on end playing showdown, (mindlessly) playing vs CPU, or you’re not going to be close.

I kind of like it because some of these rewards are going to be pretty rare near the end. But you better hope a card on a team you’re behind on doesn’t get a reward you really want. By the time stage 4 comes around, if you haven’t put in a ton of time into a specific team you’re going to have weeks of grinding to catch up.

What are your guys’ opinion? Right now I don’t think it’s much of an issue, but think about when stage 3 and 4 roll around. Maybe things will even out since stage 2 is 20 points shorter.

Stage 1 is 70 points and was around for a little over a month. Stage 2 is 50 additional points and will probably be 3 months before we see the Stage 3. Plenty of time to get a lot done before the next stage. Don't let how some people blast through these in a few days get you to feel like you have to do that as well. If you concentrate on enjoying the game, these rewards will come by quicker than worrying about catching up to people.

Most people are just rushing to get them because of their ratings, come July you probably wont see a single one of these cards unless you run into a no money squad or someone who likes to use a variety of squads/players, like myself. I am personally rushing the Braves affinity 1) I need a pitcher 2) I am a fan of the Braves.

SDS

I find it fun, I only have 10 FOTF players and only one future stars guy so far, but it gives me something to do if I don't feel like playing online. I still feel like I'm accomplishing something

SDS

The TA grind has a skill gap in how big of a grind it is. If you are a good player and can dominate showdown, than they are probably too short. If you are like me at best average and struggle with Showdown, they are very long. I have 15 FotF. Which isnt bad, but I also have like 420 total hours played. 60 in MTO. I have to seriously get better at Showdown. But I have actually gotten worse at Veteran. I am this close to switching to directional full time.

SDS

@JEEZY-E said in Team Affinity Grind:

@dap1234567890 said in Team Affinity Grind:

@genopolanco said in Team Affinity Grind:

I don’t really know how I feel about this. I just wanted to see what the general opinion is of the length of grind TAs are.

Conquest, vs CPU, events, I generally always have a lineup set up to help out with TA innings. I also play a decent amount.

I’m still not even close on a lot of these TAs. I have 8 FOTF and a couple more that are close but to get that extra 20 points to max it out and start stage 2 is a showdown run by itself. I know they aren’t meant for them ALL to be completed. But It’s basically spend hours on end playing showdown, (mindlessly) playing vs CPU, or you’re not going to be close.

I kind of like it because some of these rewards are going to be pretty rare near the end. But you better hope a card on a team you’re behind on doesn’t get a reward you really want. By the time stage 4 comes around, if you haven’t put in a ton of time into a specific team you’re going to have weeks of grinding to catch up.

What are your guys’ opinion? Right now I don’t think it’s much of an issue, but think about when stage 3 and 4 roll around. Maybe things will even out since stage 2 is 20 points shorter.

Stage 1 is 70 points and was around for a little over a month. Stage 2 is 50 additional points and will probably be 3 months before we see the Stage 3. Plenty of time to get a lot done before the next stage. Don't let how some people blast through these in a few days get you to feel like you have to do that as well. If you concentrate on enjoying the game, these rewards will come by quicker than worrying about catching up to people.

Most people are just rushing to get them because of their ratings, come July you probably wont see a single one of these cards unless you run into a no money squad or someone who likes to use a variety of squads/players, like myself. I am personally rushing the Braves affinity 1) I need a pitcher 2) I am a fan of the Braves.

Me too one because I’m a Braves fanatic. And the dodger because my Achilles heel in RS is my pitching

SDS

@BigCedDibiase said in Team Affinity Grind:

@JEEZY-E said in Team Affinity Grind:

@dap1234567890 said in Team Affinity Grind:

@genopolanco said in Team Affinity Grind:

I don’t really know how I feel about this. I just wanted to see what the general opinion is of the length of grind TAs are.

Conquest, vs CPU, events, I generally always have a lineup set up to help out with TA innings. I also play a decent amount.

I’m still not even close on a lot of these TAs. I have 8 FOTF and a couple more that are close but to get that extra 20 points to max it out and start stage 2 is a showdown run by itself. I know they aren’t meant for them ALL to be completed. But It’s basically spend hours on end playing showdown, (mindlessly) playing vs CPU, or you’re not going to be close.

I kind of like it because some of these rewards are going to be pretty rare near the end. But you better hope a card on a team you’re behind on doesn’t get a reward you really want. By the time stage 4 comes around, if you haven’t put in a ton of time into a specific team you’re going to have weeks of grinding to catch up.

What are your guys’ opinion? Right now I don’t think it’s much of an issue, but think about when stage 3 and 4 roll around. Maybe things will even out since stage 2 is 20 points shorter.

Stage 1 is 70 points and was around for a little over a month. Stage 2 is 50 additional points and will probably be 3 months before we see the Stage 3. Plenty of time to get a lot done before the next stage. Don't let how some people blast through these in a few days get you to feel like you have to do that as well. If you concentrate on enjoying the game, these rewards will come by quicker than worrying about catching up to people.

Most people are just rushing to get them because of their ratings, come July you probably wont see a single one of these cards unless you run into a no money squad or someone who likes to use a variety of squads/players, like myself. I am personally rushing the Braves affinity 1) I need a pitcher 2) I am a fan of the Braves.

Me too one because I’m a Braves fanatic. And the dodger because my Achilles heel in RS is my pitching

I think Kyle Wright will play better than Gaterol to be honest, that pitch clutch makes up for any outlier perk.

SDS

@JEEZY-E said in Team Affinity Grind:

@BigCedDibiase said in Team Affinity Grind:

@JEEZY-E said in Team Affinity Grind:

@dap1234567890 said in Team Affinity Grind:

@genopolanco said in Team Affinity Grind:

I don’t really know how I feel about this. I just wanted to see what the general opinion is of the length of grind TAs are.

Conquest, vs CPU, events, I generally always have a lineup set up to help out with TA innings. I also play a decent amount.

I’m still not even close on a lot of these TAs. I have 8 FOTF and a couple more that are close but to get that extra 20 points to max it out and start stage 2 is a showdown run by itself. I know they aren’t meant for them ALL to be completed. But It’s basically spend hours on end playing showdown, (mindlessly) playing vs CPU, or you’re not going to be close.

I kind of like it because some of these rewards are going to be pretty rare near the end. But you better hope a card on a team you’re behind on doesn’t get a reward you really want. By the time stage 4 comes around, if you haven’t put in a ton of time into a specific team you’re going to have weeks of grinding to catch up.

What are your guys’ opinion? Right now I don’t think it’s much of an issue, but think about when stage 3 and 4 roll around. Maybe things will even out since stage 2 is 20 points shorter.

Stage 1 is 70 points and was around for a little over a month. Stage 2 is 50 additional points and will probably be 3 months before we see the Stage 3. Plenty of time to get a lot done before the next stage. Don't let how some people blast through these in a few days get you to feel like you have to do that as well. If you concentrate on enjoying the game, these rewards will come by quicker than worrying about catching up to people.

Most people are just rushing to get them because of their ratings, come July you probably wont see a single one of these cards unless you run into a no money squad or someone who likes to use a variety of squads/players, like myself. I am personally rushing the Braves affinity 1) I need a pitcher 2) I am a fan of the Braves.

Me too one because I’m a Braves fanatic. And the dodger because my Achilles heel in RS is my pitching

I think Kyle Wright will play better than Gaterol to be honest, that pitch clutch makes up for any outlier perk.

Graterol has higher pitch clutch though

SDS

@DriveByTrucker17 said in Team Affinity Grind:

@JEEZY-E said in Team Affinity Grind:

@BigCedDibiase said in Team Affinity Grind:

@JEEZY-E said in Team Affinity Grind:

@dap1234567890 said in Team Affinity Grind:

@genopolanco said in Team Affinity Grind:

I don’t really know how I feel about this. I just wanted to see what the general opinion is of the length of grind TAs are.

Conquest, vs CPU, events, I generally always have a lineup set up to help out with TA innings. I also play a decent amount.

I’m still not even close on a lot of these TAs. I have 8 FOTF and a couple more that are close but to get that extra 20 points to max it out and start stage 2 is a showdown run by itself. I know they aren’t meant for them ALL to be completed. But It’s basically spend hours on end playing showdown, (mindlessly) playing vs CPU, or you’re not going to be close.

I kind of like it because some of these rewards are going to be pretty rare near the end. But you better hope a card on a team you’re behind on doesn’t get a reward you really want. By the time stage 4 comes around, if you haven’t put in a ton of time into a specific team you’re going to have weeks of grinding to catch up.

What are your guys’ opinion? Right now I don’t think it’s much of an issue, but think about when stage 3 and 4 roll around. Maybe things will even out since stage 2 is 20 points shorter.

Stage 1 is 70 points and was around for a little over a month. Stage 2 is 50 additional points and will probably be 3 months before we see the Stage 3. Plenty of time to get a lot done before the next stage. Don't let how some people blast through these in a few days get you to feel like you have to do that as well. If you concentrate on enjoying the game, these rewards will come by quicker than worrying about catching up to people.

Most people are just rushing to get them because of their ratings, come July you probably wont see a single one of these cards unless you run into a no money squad or someone who likes to use a variety of squads/players, like myself. I am personally rushing the Braves affinity 1) I need a pitcher 2) I am a fan of the Braves.

Me too one because I’m a Braves fanatic. And the dodger because my Achilles heel in RS is my pitching

I think Kyle Wright will play better than Gaterol to be honest, that pitch clutch makes up for any outlier perk.

Graterol has higher pitch clutch though

Does he?, sorry couldn't remember. Well then, I am sure he will play well. For me personally, I am going with Wright.

SDS

@JEEZY-E said in Team Affinity Grind:

@DriveByTrucker17 said in Team Affinity Grind:

@JEEZY-E said in Team Affinity Grind:

@BigCedDibiase said in Team Affinity Grind:

@JEEZY-E said in Team Affinity Grind:

@dap1234567890 said in Team Affinity Grind:

@genopolanco said in Team Affinity Grind:

I don’t really know how I feel about this. I just wanted to see what the general opinion is of the length of grind TAs are.

Conquest, vs CPU, events, I generally always have a lineup set up to help out with TA innings. I also play a decent amount.

I’m still not even close on a lot of these TAs. I have 8 FOTF and a couple more that are close but to get that extra 20 points to max it out and start stage 2 is a showdown run by itself. I know they aren’t meant for them ALL to be completed. But It’s basically spend hours on end playing showdown, (mindlessly) playing vs CPU, or you’re not going to be close.

I kind of like it because some of these rewards are going to be pretty rare near the end. But you better hope a card on a team you’re behind on doesn’t get a reward you really want. By the time stage 4 comes around, if you haven’t put in a ton of time into a specific team you’re going to have weeks of grinding to catch up.

What are your guys’ opinion? Right now I don’t think it’s much of an issue, but think about when stage 3 and 4 roll around. Maybe things will even out since stage 2 is 20 points shorter.

Stage 1 is 70 points and was around for a little over a month. Stage 2 is 50 additional points and will probably be 3 months before we see the Stage 3. Plenty of time to get a lot done before the next stage. Don't let how some people blast through these in a few days get you to feel like you have to do that as well. If you concentrate on enjoying the game, these rewards will come by quicker than worrying about catching up to people.

Most people are just rushing to get them because of their ratings, come July you probably wont see a single one of these cards unless you run into a no money squad or someone who likes to use a variety of squads/players, like myself. I am personally rushing the Braves affinity 1) I need a pitcher 2) I am a fan of the Braves.

Me too one because I’m a Braves fanatic. And the dodger because my Achilles heel in RS is my pitching

I think Kyle Wright will play better than Gaterol to be honest, that pitch clutch makes up for any outlier perk.

Graterol has higher pitch clutch though

Does he?, sorry couldn't remember. Well then, I am sure he will play well. For me personally, I am going with Wright.

Yeah, Wright has 88 and Graterol has 95.

Both should be very good for quite a while.

SDS

@DriveByTrucker17 said in Team Affinity Grind:

@JEEZY-E said in Team Affinity Grind:

@DriveByTrucker17 said in Team Affinity Grind:

@JEEZY-E said in Team Affinity Grind:

@BigCedDibiase said in Team Affinity Grind:

@JEEZY-E said in Team Affinity Grind:

@dap1234567890 said in Team Affinity Grind:

@genopolanco said in Team Affinity Grind:

I don’t really know how I feel about this. I just wanted to see what the general opinion is of the length of grind TAs are.

Conquest, vs CPU, events, I generally always have a lineup set up to help out with TA innings. I also play a decent amount.

I’m still not even close on a lot of these TAs. I have 8 FOTF and a couple more that are close but to get that extra 20 points to max it out and start stage 2 is a showdown run by itself. I know they aren’t meant for them ALL to be completed. But It’s basically spend hours on end playing showdown, (mindlessly) playing vs CPU, or you’re not going to be close.

I kind of like it because some of these rewards are going to be pretty rare near the end. But you better hope a card on a team you’re behind on doesn’t get a reward you really want. By the time stage 4 comes around, if you haven’t put in a ton of time into a specific team you’re going to have weeks of grinding to catch up.

What are your guys’ opinion? Right now I don’t think it’s much of an issue, but think about when stage 3 and 4 roll around. Maybe things will even out since stage 2 is 20 points shorter.

Stage 1 is 70 points and was around for a little over a month. Stage 2 is 50 additional points and will probably be 3 months before we see the Stage 3. Plenty of time to get a lot done before the next stage. Don't let how some people blast through these in a few days get you to feel like you have to do that as well. If you concentrate on enjoying the game, these rewards will come by quicker than worrying about catching up to people.

Most people are just rushing to get them because of their ratings, come July you probably wont see a single one of these cards unless you run into a no money squad or someone who likes to use a variety of squads/players, like myself. I am personally rushing the Braves affinity 1) I need a pitcher 2) I am a fan of the Braves.

Me too one because I’m a Braves fanatic. And the dodger because my Achilles heel in RS is my pitching

I think Kyle Wright will play better than Gaterol to be honest, that pitch clutch makes up for any outlier perk.

Graterol has higher pitch clutch though

Does he?, sorry couldn't remember. Well then, I am sure he will play well. For me personally, I am going with Wright.

Yeah, Wright has 88 and Graterol has 95.

Both should be very good for quite a while.

I know Graterol has the outlier quirk, which I am sure will play up in HOF levels, I just question his stamina, 88 I think? and not certain about his pitch selection. It may be better than I remember but I have been combing through all the team affinities so memory is kinda scattered.

SDS

@JEEZY-E said in Team Affinity Grind:

@DriveByTrucker17 said in Team Affinity Grind:

@JEEZY-E said in Team Affinity Grind:

@DriveByTrucker17 said in Team Affinity Grind:

@JEEZY-E said in Team Affinity Grind:

@BigCedDibiase said in Team Affinity Grind:

@JEEZY-E said in Team Affinity Grind:

@dap1234567890 said in Team Affinity Grind:

@genopolanco said in Team Affinity Grind:

I don’t really know how I feel about this. I just wanted to see what the general opinion is of the length of grind TAs are.

Conquest, vs CPU, events, I generally always have a lineup set up to help out with TA innings. I also play a decent amount.

I’m still not even close on a lot of these TAs. I have 8 FOTF and a couple more that are close but to get that extra 20 points to max it out and start stage 2 is a showdown run by itself. I know they aren’t meant for them ALL to be completed. But It’s basically spend hours on end playing showdown, (mindlessly) playing vs CPU, or you’re not going to be close.

I kind of like it because some of these rewards are going to be pretty rare near the end. But you better hope a card on a team you’re behind on doesn’t get a reward you really want. By the time stage 4 comes around, if you haven’t put in a ton of time into a specific team you’re going to have weeks of grinding to catch up.

What are your guys’ opinion? Right now I don’t think it’s much of an issue, but think about when stage 3 and 4 roll around. Maybe things will even out since stage 2 is 20 points shorter.

Stage 1 is 70 points and was around for a little over a month. Stage 2 is 50 additional points and will probably be 3 months before we see the Stage 3. Plenty of time to get a lot done before the next stage. Don't let how some people blast through these in a few days get you to feel like you have to do that as well. If you concentrate on enjoying the game, these rewards will come by quicker than worrying about catching up to people.

Most people are just rushing to get them because of their ratings, come July you probably wont see a single one of these cards unless you run into a no money squad or someone who likes to use a variety of squads/players, like myself. I am personally rushing the Braves affinity 1) I need a pitcher 2) I am a fan of the Braves.

Me too one because I’m a Braves fanatic. And the dodger because my Achilles heel in RS is my pitching

I think Kyle Wright will play better than Gaterol to be honest, that pitch clutch makes up for any outlier perk.

Graterol has higher pitch clutch though

Does he?, sorry couldn't remember. Well then, I am sure he will play well. For me personally, I am going with Wright.

Yeah, Wright has 88 and Graterol has 95.

Both should be very good for quite a while.

I know Graterol has the outlier quirk, which I am sure will play up in HOF levels, I just question his stamina, 88 I think? and not certain about his pitch selection. It may be better than I remember but I have been combing through all the team affinities so memory is kinda scattered.

Stamina doesn't matter when you can just bring in Kluber or whoever to piggyback.

SDS

@maskedgrappler said in Team Affinity Grind:

@JEEZY-E said in Team Affinity Grind:

@DriveByTrucker17 said in Team Affinity Grind:

@JEEZY-E said in Team Affinity Grind:

@DriveByTrucker17 said in Team Affinity Grind:

@JEEZY-E said in Team Affinity Grind:

@BigCedDibiase said in Team Affinity Grind:

@JEEZY-E said in Team Affinity Grind:

@dap1234567890 said in Team Affinity Grind:

@genopolanco said in Team Affinity Grind:

I don’t really know how I feel about this. I just wanted to see what the general opinion is of the length of grind TAs are.

Conquest, vs CPU, events, I generally always have a lineup set up to help out with TA innings. I also play a decent amount.

I’m still not even close on a lot of these TAs. I have 8 FOTF and a couple more that are close but to get that extra 20 points to max it out and start stage 2 is a showdown run by itself. I know they aren’t meant for them ALL to be completed. But It’s basically spend hours on end playing showdown, (mindlessly) playing vs CPU, or you’re not going to be close.

I kind of like it because some of these rewards are going to be pretty rare near the end. But you better hope a card on a team you’re behind on doesn’t get a reward you really want. By the time stage 4 comes around, if you haven’t put in a ton of time into a specific team you’re going to have weeks of grinding to catch up.

What are your guys’ opinion? Right now I don’t think it’s much of an issue, but think about when stage 3 and 4 roll around. Maybe things will even out since stage 2 is 20 points shorter.

Stage 1 is 70 points and was around for a little over a month. Stage 2 is 50 additional points and will probably be 3 months before we see the Stage 3. Plenty of time to get a lot done before the next stage. Don't let how some people blast through these in a few days get you to feel like you have to do that as well. If you concentrate on enjoying the game, these rewards will come by quicker than worrying about catching up to people.

Most people are just rushing to get them because of their ratings, come July you probably wont see a single one of these cards unless you run into a no money squad or someone who likes to use a variety of squads/players, like myself. I am personally rushing the Braves affinity 1) I need a pitcher 2) I am a fan of the Braves.

Me too one because I’m a Braves fanatic. And the dodger because my Achilles heel in RS is my pitching

I think Kyle Wright will play better than Gaterol to be honest, that pitch clutch makes up for any outlier perk.

Graterol has higher pitch clutch though

Does he?, sorry couldn't remember. Well then, I am sure he will play well. For me personally, I am going with Wright.

Yeah, Wright has 88 and Graterol has 95.

Both should be very good for quite a while.

I know Graterol has the outlier quirk, which I am sure will play up in HOF levels, I just question his stamina, 88 I think? and not certain about his pitch selection. It may be better than I remember but I have been combing through all the team affinities so memory is kinda scattered.

Stamina doesn't matter when you can just bring in Kluber or whoever to piggyback.

This is true, but I don't personally do that unless I am in extra innings, so I guess you can consider that a personal preference when considering SP's.

SDS

I’m content on grinding now w the flaws in RS..once RS is patched over I’ll put the time in there and save time on these side grinds..

No rush to reach your max potential until your thoroughly enjoy the game.. The way I see it

SDS

@genopolanco i wanna go into stage 3 w about 2000 outta 3600 total points.. that’s more then half. If I’m at 800 points now that’s about 20 points a day if summer is 2 months away (60days) summer might be released later then 6/25