And that's good enough for me. I have no intention of getting the new Trout with my current cards.
Also got Mantle NMS and that was the biggest goal for me this year.
Time to just have fun.
Is already getting out of hand. Fly balls caught at the warning track are being called like they were robbery outs, "Boog" is practically yelling at every ball in play, and strike outs just sound generically boring or over-the-top exaggerated.
SDS picked decent replacements, but the calls are all over the place.
I've already muted commentary after only two full games.
I'm the best at sucking at the final boss of showdowns.
The only one I ever finished was the very first "starter" one. The rest? Get to the final boss, fail.
I'd upvote this more than once if I could; great improvement from SDS. Sometimes I'm just too tired to log on but do it anyway just to get the moment done, now I don't have to worry for a couple days.
Offline player here. I have fun collecting, playing the conquest maps, dailies, etc. The thought of playing anything online, even games that don't count against your record, is intimidating for me so avoid it.
Does it cost me some possible free cards? Yes, but I'd rather buy it or "rent" it then sell it back than go for wins online.
I like playing baseball without stressing out, that's pretty much it.
Just lost to the Cubs on All-Star even though I pulled all the right moves.
Up 5-3, bottom of the ninth. Put in Tom Glavine to face Rizzo, Heyward, Shwarber (lucky how that fell into place).
Should be good, right? Nope, CPU gives me a double middle finger: grounder, blooper, blast ... L.
F**kin' predictable CPU BS.
Update: after a few calm moments and UI changes, I beat the Cubs 10-4.
Going for Granderson; almost done. Glad I'm not the only one on the struggle bus.
Nope; learned my lesson last year. If I want the card bad enough I'll just post a buy order for 37,500 and wait.
Once I did the math and figured out you HAD to do either showdown or the event I passed. Got the Brooks Robinson card and called it good afterward.
I've learned to hit the ball the other way. Been very patient, wait for a ball middle-away and just slap it down the line. Easy double.
The part that gets me is having to do the showdown. I'm terrible ... TERRIBLE at showdowns, so I'm not going to even try this program.
I thought mini sessions was a one off until I saw it offered different rewards. Now I can't help myself.
This mode is fun!
I don't know how many packs I've opened and have yet to get a Chase pack. Not sure what the percentages are but it's zero for me so far.
I just picked up two more for a total of three. I'm not getting the other ones so I'm gonna sell for other cards. I'm still focusing on live series.
I've been told to log out and log back in, but I still have the same problem.
I was a directional hitter for years before I finally convinced myself to switch to zone. Zone is much more rewarding, especially on solid hits when comparing the two.
I am curious how you're certain you're playing a directional hitter, as power swinging doesn't typically yield the results you speak of based on prior experience.
I haven't even tried to be honest. Seems like a pain. Maybe I'll jump in and see what's what before the new stuff comes.
And yet every post I make the generic one pops up. What am I missing?
Look at it this way: he's 180 stubs after tax if you sell both.
This holiday is to remember those fallen, not those who served.
The latter is in November.