If you can spare the extra coin, I’d say the $100 is worth it.
I’d like to add Eric Davis, Sean Casey, and Adam Dunn to this list. Possibly an Aaron Harang if I’m getting greedy.
Well I’m sure they will loose their sponsorships. That’s punishment enough.
No. That was Joey Votto. 12th best career OBP in HISTORY.
Mare you saying I’m wrong? Or that Bonds isn’t in the hall of fame so Votto won’t be either? I’m confused
He’s been one of the most feared hitters in baseball for a decade and is one of the greatest to ever play at not making an out. If that doesn’t get you into the HOF idk what does.
I’m curious what a player has to do to be “worth it” if MVP isn’t enough? Do you think that if he got paid $100 mill less your hot dog will be cheaper or something? It either goes to the players or billionaires.
I buy him every year for the Reds collection. He’s pretty solid. His defense is good enough and when he plays up (every day basically) he mashes.
If you won’t take him for that price then you don’t get him. That’s what he’s worth.
You named two of the better hitters of the last decade and they’re all below him. Harper hasn’t hit his prime. How is this a discussion? Jealousy?
All Star x 6
career ops of .900+
Anyone who thinks he’s overrated has been drinking the owners kool-aid.
I get why it would upset people and I never do it, but I honestly love beating someone so bad they rage close the app lol.
I’ve been using Correa and Turner depending who is playing up. Their defense isn’t great but hasn’t been a liability either yet.
Every game would go 10 innings 1-0. No thanks.
Can we ban elitist douche bags?
Can’t you purists and strategy lovers be happy with making real baseball a little more boring and let the video game be fun? I want to mash taters when I play a baseball game. There is still strategy with the added freedom to use platoons/pinch hitters.
Thom Brennamen is the worst. I’ll accept no other answer.
I don't think he claimed to be the person who should decide. Obviously SDS decides what feedback they feel is valid and does what they will with it. His point was just that exaggerating the problems by lying about how often you square up balls serves no purpose.
Don’t know what you’re lineup needs are but you could go for the Reds collection. I think it’s under 50k and you’ll get Votto, Suarez (Diamond potential) and a few silvers that could be golds (Castillo, Scooter). Then you get 87 OVR Dave Parker. Mashes righties and has a cannon.
Yea I’m not 100% sure what they’re trying to accomplish with these, but it feels cheesy and it doesn’t add ANYTHING to this game. Maybe if I was younger or actually watched these guys somewhat it would be different.
These were the first things I felt like I was old school grinding for. Meaning I wasn’t having fun at all and was doing it just for the reward.
It’s close to perfect in my opinion. MTO could be improved upon a bit but I like the concept a lot. Hitting, pitching, and fielding all feel great. Base running is still not quite right yet I think.
I took Kerry Wood and if you can usually locate well then I’d highly recommend. His slurve is filthy.
Not even just timing as I feel you can see the ball much better
I have the same exact model and I’m a BIG fan
“Davis lined out in his first two at-bats, trying Velez's mark in the third inning.
With the bases empty and nobody on in the fifth inning, Davis lined out for the third time in the game, pushing his base hit drought to a historic 47 at-bats.”
A great chance for SDS to make an easy moment for everyone to do. Recreate Chris Davis’ record breaking 0 for by squaring up three balls right at an outfielder.