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.
I've noticed more of my base stealers getting bad jumps of late. 99 stealing and they're standing there until the pitcher is halfway done with the delivery...ridiculous.
So explain to you like you're five how live statistics correlate to a digital number in a video game?
Okay, here goes:
"You're too young, son. You wouldn't understand."
How'd I do?
Haven't bought a pack in years; I only open the freebies. That said, I pulled Tatis a couple hours ago, now I'm probably going to finish the NL West. One division down, five to go.
Whatever month the season is in. Time usually 7 p.m., anything but rain (unless I play in a dome, then I'll close the roof; I like the sound of thunder in my headset).
I thought his swing looked a little awkward, but when he connects, the ball flies.
It's a good card so far.
Pulled two in one year and none before or since.
If you like older music, you'll hear jazz and other tunes when playing certain classic stadiums such as Sportsman's Park and Griffith Stadium. The music pops up occasionally between innings.
As a fan of jazz and other upbeat tempo music, this is a fun little thing by SDS.
Just throwing it out there.
Offensively, no. Defensively, yes. He also played for the largest market in terms of sports, so he had that going for him.
If he accrued the same offensive numbers in say, Detroit, he'd still be in the HOF just without five rings to show for it.
Once you get the second boss pack everything else is gravy.
I play offline: daily moments, conquest, mini seasons, all the programs, etc. I've finished all the programs with 9-ish days left but I'm also not worried about capping to 750k points. If you're concerned about maxing out the program don't be, it's too much stress.
Other than that, follow the advice stated above and relax. It's baseball, have fun.
It sounds like your misstepping something somehow. I played the Yankees and Mets on AllStar, Orioles and Braves on Vet and the the Cubs on Rookie by the time I was done. Had the entire map and all goals done by turn 10.
What exactly was your strategy?