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MLB The Show 20: Gold Glove Matt Wieters in Headliners Set 25

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MLB The Show 20: Gold Glove Matt Wieters in Headliners Set 25

Headliners Set 25 Matt Wieters replaces Prime Jake McGee in Headliners packs today. Gold Glove Matt Wieters is a 96 overall.

The appeal of Wieters is he’s a switch-hitting catcher with incredibly good fielding ratings. He’s not an amazing hitter, but he should be relatively strong against left-handed pitching. On top of that, he has really good power for a catcher from both sides of the plate.

Here are his full ratings:

gold glove matt wieters ratings

Here are his quirks:

headliners set 25 gold glove matt wieters quirks

Here’s a look at his price on the community market about an hour after he was released:

headliners set 25 community market

The odds on the Headliners packs remain the same as always, so good luck if you try getting him in packs as you’ll have a 1:10 chance at a diamond, albeit that diamond might not be Matt Wieters.

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  1. brunopuntzjones
    They're burning off all the Orioles early, huh.

    I almost wonder if because it's such dark days for their normal team, they're trying to balance them out -- especially since their Team Affinity players don't move the needle for folks.
    ChaseB
    I almost wonder if because it's such dark days for their normal team, they're trying to balance them out -- especially since their Team Affinity players don't move the needle for folks.

    That makes sense, since an O's fan trying to grind innings online would basically be screwed if they had to rely on live series, but it doesn't explain the rush of Braves guys so far. Maybe the Orioles are just overrepresented among guys in the 94-97 range they're currently working in?
    brunopuntzjones
    That makes sense, since an O's fan trying to grind innings online would basically be screwed if they had to rely on live series, but it doesn't explain the rush of Braves guys so far. Maybe the Orioles are just overrepresented among guys in the 94-97 range they're currently working in?

    Well the Smoltz/Glavine/Maddux trio were a big selling point going into the game, so that explains some of it, and then Murphy always gets love in The Show. But yeah, still lots of Braves.
    ChaseB
    Well the Smoltz/Glavine/Maddux trio were a big selling point going into the game, so that explains some of it, and then Murphy always gets love in The Show. But yeah, still lots of Braves.

    Oh for sure, I understand the Big Three but so far we've gotten Murphy, Andruw, Steve Bedrosian, McGriff, two Chippers, two Smoltz, two Glavines, and Heyward. I feel like I might be might even be forgetting one!
    I'm not even complaining (except about Glavine's signature card inexplicably being a 95), but as someone who likes both the O's and the Braves, I'm a little worried about them coming out so early. There are still a bunch of cards left that they could unveil for each, but it's a little bit of a bummer to see them come out when they're either obviously going to be superseded or locked behind a high achievement barrier that might make them prohibitively expensive all year.
    Also for the Orioles in particular a lot of cool cards you might wish you could use a little more all got blown away really quickly, including 91 overall Alomar. There are like five legend or flashbacks for the O's at 2B already.
    I think my main criticism of the new model of DD is that it's too focused on 99s and juicing up guys who might not deserve it. I wish there were only a handful of 99s every year and that it took real work to get them. By July last year they were like candy. It begins to make truly great players feel less special and accomplishments less meaningful.
    brunopuntzjones
    Oh for sure, I understand the Big Three but so far we've gotten Murphy, Andruw, Steve Bedrosian, McGriff, two Chippers, two Smoltz, two Glavines, and Heyward. I feel like I might be might even be forgetting one!
    I'm not even complaining (except about Glavine's signature card inexplicably being a 95), but as someone who likes both the O's and the Braves, I'm a little worried about them coming out so early. There are still a bunch of cards left that they could unveil for each, but it's a little bit of a bummer to see them come out when they're either obviously going to be superseded or locked behind a high achievement barrier that might make them prohibitively expensive all year.
    Also for the Orioles in particular a lot of cool cards you might wish you could use a little more all got blown away really quickly, including 91 overall Alomar. There are like five legend or flashbacks for the O's at 2B already.
    I think my main criticism of the new model of DD is that it's too focused on 99s and juicing up guys who might not deserve it. I wish there were only a handful of 99s every year and that it took real work to get them. By July last year they were like candy. It begins to make truly great players feel less special and accomplishments less meaningful.

    I feel like obline is already crazy stacked everywhere
    I'm not that good but my team is already crazy stacked
    I really liked the switch hitter event where every pitcher and hitter wasn't trout good

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