SDS, please solve the issue with losing HR stats because of rage dash boarding.
It’s always been annoying and now it’s even more so with the new emphasis on online stats for completing programs.
Had to make a celebratory post. Just made World Series for the first time!
Been hanging in the 800s for a few years. Always had a good record but never played enough RS games (job, wife, life). Finally committed and got it done with some early inning HRs and opponent quits. 38-5 record.
They’re on the schedule, so I don’t know why they wouldn’t be.
Video game content should take a back seat to world events at times...
I completely disagree. While they are on a small scale, video games are here as an escape from reality. Shutting down methods of relaxation for people, when irl everything is this stressful, just contributes to the sense of stress.
I would argue that people have been escaping this particular reality for far too long.
Made WS for the first time ever last season and thought it might have been a fluke, but now I’ve repeated. Woot!
Didn’t think it would happen. Didn’t get to play much until the last few days. Won my last game on legend without realizing.
Anyway, had to tell somebody. My wife wouldn’t care.
Awards Asdrubal Cabrera
Awards Nick Markakis
Prime Todd Frazier
All over 100k, yet the new 99 Milestone Kerry Wood is 65k.
What are some other stupidly priced cards, either way too expensive considering the card is no good, or an absolute steal.
Ps: I do understand the concept or rarity and supply and demand. Prime Cards went up because there are only 2 in TA4 while Sig Series, awards and milestones mostly went down.
Still there are plenty of cards that just don't make sense.
You should re-title your post “Card prices that make sense.”
As of now there are over 2 billion stubs in line waiting for this card. Just under 1 billion for Trout. Might see some deflation with the rest of the market at this rate.
According to my economics 101 class, SDS needs to raise interest rates. Or lower them. One or the other. I can't remember.
Deflation usually isn’t a problem. And all those stubs sitting in queue aren’t part of the active market, so it’s the same impact as the Fed raising rates.