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Old 05-24-2019, 02:19 PM   #81
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I like how McCormick looks. Too bad there aren't any on the auction house right now. Wouldn't mind picking him up as a DH. Peanuts Lowrey's been someone I've wanted to pick up for awhile, but the batting ratings stop me from doing so and the fact that I already have enough multi-purpose outfielders. However, the decent infield defense ratings have me considering it.

I had the bronze Musial for a bit. Never hit for me, so got rid of it. Stan Spence looks really good though, but sadly he won't qualify for my all-NL team

EDIT: Just got Lowrey for 40 points. Should be okay insurance to have in case my other guys get into a slump.
Ill sell you My Spence for 10% over the minimum of you change your mind.
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Old 05-24-2019, 02:51 PM   #82
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Unfair when I'm addressing your "qualifications"? Seems like the point still stands regardless of whether it is self-imposed qualifications or qualifications you're using for the purpose of your post. My main point is that qualifications applied on player overall rating can be very misleading as is the case for Lava. I'll take Bronze Lava over the majority of silvers at 1000 and under.
You seem to enjoy starting conflict. Like I said, everybody's definition of "budget player" is different. All I did was provide a basic guideline.

I shall no longer address you from this point on. Got better things to do with my time, mate.

Anyway...back to the task at hand. I don't think he's been mentioned, and if he has I probably overlooked it, but Jody Reed (77) 1988 Rookie Sensation is a very solid cheap pickup. Good defensive ratings, reasonable hitter. 7-day average is 500, so he comes fairly cheap too. Well worth training at other positions. Trains to a 70 at 1st, 91 at 2nd, and 83 at 3rd to go along with his 76 at shortstop.
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You seem to enjoy starting conflict. Like I said, everybody's definition of "budget player" is different. All I did was provide a basic guideline.

I shall no longer address you from this point on. Got better things to do with my time, mate.

Anyway...back to the task at hand. I don't think he's been mentioned, and if he has I probably overlooked it, but Jody Reed (77) 1988 Rookie Sensation is a very solid cheap pickup. Good defensive ratings, reasonable hitter. 7-day average is 500, so he comes fairly cheap too. Well worth training at other positions. Trains to a 70 at 1st, 91 at 2nd, and 83 at 3rd to go along with his 76 at shortstop.
Jody Reed is a great card. In bronze he consistently slashes .290/.380/.470 with the aforementioned solid defense
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Jody Reed is a great card. In bronze he consistently slashes .290/.380/.470 with the aforementioned solid defense
No reason why he can't do that at higher levels too. Sure, he's no bronze Gwynn, but for what it's worth, he doesn't have to be. Anything above .275 in Silver and higher would be a nice bonus. Definitely a good enough card to carry with you for awhile.
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Old 05-30-2019, 03:26 PM   #85
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LaValliere at 1,000 points still doesn't make my bronze budget qualifications (500 points or less), but is well worth it, so he does come highly recommended.
Lava is hitting over .300 in diamond for me.
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Lava is hitting over .300 in diamond for me.
LaValliere is a stud, but he's not done the job for me this season splitting time with Bob Boone. However, I'm gonna give him a chance as a starter for the rest of today and tomorrow, hoping that the better defense will push the needle forward a little bit. It's not like we actually hit home runs anyway.
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Just curious as to what are some guys that you have that really outperform your expectations based on their ratings and price paid. For example, my guys:

John Olerud: 69 overall rating performs well enough to continue starting up to Gold level.

SS Amed Rosario: 77 Overall and very inexpensive, hitting 275 with a 305 OBP in gold league with a great glove.

RP DJ Johnson: 71 OVR absolute lights out in bronze and silver, ERA under 3 at Gold league with a WHIP of 1.28

What guys do you have that continually impress you? What guys do you have that are just complete duds despite having great ratings?
Willie Wilson 69
Mickey Rivers 68
Don Mossi 70
Larry Dierker is a stud at 83
Tom Burgmier 79
Bill Skworon 74
Eddie collins sr 78

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Stan Musial
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WTF hits 250-208 over 8 seasons in brz!!!!
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I have cards that don't preform as well as other
I have seen the same Roger Maris card 76, hit 30 yearly, i get 15-20
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Bronze Aparicio/Belanger/Marion are the best defensive infielders in the game. Aurelio is not particularly close to them, but obviously still a good defender.
Next year I will play them all at the same time.
I have done combos of 2 at a time as the hitting will suffer...
I never know what i will get .
I had marion hit 289 in silver
I had bud harrleson hit 300 in silver (set to bunt aggressilvely)
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LaValliere is a stud, but he's not done the job for me this season splitting time with Bob Boone. However, I'm gonna give him a chance as a starter for the rest of today and tomorrow, hoping that the better defense will push the needle forward a little bit. It's not like we actually hit home runs anyway.
Lava is my backup in PL, has a -.02 War so far, but he's gunned down 58% of runners so far. CERA is 4.12. His average waxes and wanes between .200 to .280 usually.
Posey is my starter and for some reason he keeps hitting above .270, inc .306 so far this week, with a CERA of 3.89 and 40% CS.
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My vague and anecdotal impression of LaValliere is that he usually starts out well for my teams but then tails off the last couple of months, and ends up having a typical stat line for catchers (which is to say... pretty ugly). I still use him because of the defense and arm but I'm at the point where any offense he generates is seen as a bonus.
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My free packs team pulled LaValliere in its starter packs and I have kept him ever since. Career 40.9% CS rate is awesome… but then he's a singles slapper barely amounting to a .700 OPS and that is in the lower leagues, mostly Silver for me.
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My LaValliere has a career .280 average and has never hit below .267 for me in five seasons. Last year he even surprised me with 31 doubles in 414 ABs. Just don´t expect him to drive in any runs. Of course he saves a lot of runs by throwing guys out, so that works for me.
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Willie Wilson 69
Mickey Rivers 68
Don Mossi 70
Larry Dierker is a stud at 83
Tom Burgmier 79
Bill Skworon 74
Eddie collins sr 78

Disappointment
Stan Musial
81 contacxt
94 gap
41 HR
53 Eye
91 avoid Ks
82 gold

WTF hits 250-208 over 8 seasons in brz!!!!
Ridiculous

I have cards that don't preform as well as other
I have seen the same Roger Maris card 76, hit 30 yearly, i get 15-20
Stan Musial has been absolutely atrocious for me.
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Are you guys talking about bronze Musial? The gold one has been great for me. Max gap park factors definitely help.
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Are you guys talking about bronze Musial? The gold one has been great for me. Max gap park factors definitely help.
Mine is the 92 overall and he's been really bad. In 7 seasons he has one all star appearance and 2 player of the weeks. I've never been above silver level.
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wow...the gold one is solid for me in perfect...
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The gold one has also been good to me.
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For reference, my Musial's performance:



This is with max AVG and GAP park factors. 6/7 solid seasons in perfect, just one dud. 4 all-star appearances
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