Sir you have saved a ridiculously amount of money and time watching from home. No money or gas spent to support your team. No lines in the bathroom. You probably ate fairly cheaply during the game. You weren't told to stay in one seat for two hrs and when the game was over you were instantly home and not worrying if your sober enough to drive.
So essentially you miss the energy and saying you were there? Lol I'm just messing around..I give my friends the same spill....
Dont you want to support the team!? I tell them Mike Trout will still eat whether I go to the game or not. Lol
Ya know, everybody will hate me for saying this but I think he should have a card in the game. Every time we bring this topic up, immediately it's brought up that he's an awful person. I just want to celebrate the player, which he was a phenomenal one. We don't have to agree with everything the man did in his life to enjoy one of those best young pitchers of the last 30 years. Unfortunately, he was young, rich, and had a temper. Anyone that knew him, speaks to how good of a person he was and could be.
The man made the ultimate mistake but that doesn't mean we shouldn't be able to celebrate our love for him as a player.
Just my opinion on this.
All "ultimate mistake" aside, and it was an unforgivable one..
He was an absolutely electric talent. Fire on the mound with an absolutely devestating slurvey slider..
But let's settle down there too..
He made 76 career starts.. that's it...
Was injured 2 of the 4 years he pitched, which he only made 8 and 11 starts in those seasons...
Had he not made that unforgivable mistake, would he have been one of the best young pitchers of the last 30 years? I have no doubt... But he never got that chance when he essentially pitched a bit more than 2 seasons
Alright, good point... good point.
I should've said one of the most talented pitchers -- at such a young age -- of the last 30 years. I feel like that more aptly labels what I was trying to get across.
I mostly play events, which have exceptional rewards. If you are not maxing out event wins, or at least getting to the main diamond rewards, you're leaving thousands and thousands of stubs on the table (plus the game mode is fun on its own).
I also try to work through one team affinity a week. MTO is my mode of choice, especially to get through stage 1 (I think it's an underrated mode though I hear a lot of people aren't into it). Showdown is good too.