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OOTP’s This Week In Perfect Team: Honoring MLB Veterans and a Look at the Rarest Cards!

Out of the Park Baseball 20

OOTP’s This Week In Perfect Team: Honoring MLB Veterans and a Look at the Rarest Cards!

Throughout baseball’s history, players have put down their bats and gloves and served their country in the armed forces. In honor of Memorial Day, this week, OOTP Developments’ Perfect Team Community Manager Kris Jardine introduced 6 new cards honoring MLB veterans.

He also took a look at the rarest cards currently in the Perfect Team universe. We hope you find one the next time you rip a few packs!

You can catch up on the latest episode of This Week in Perfect Team on YouTube, and you can catch future TWiPT episodes live every Monday at 9 PM ET at Twitch.tv/ootpdevelopments.

It’s also not too late to join all the pack-ripping fun in Perfect Team in Out of the Park Baseball 20, which is available now on Steam and through the OOTP Developments website.

Salute to MLB Veterans

Silver Unsung Heroes – 2015 Mitch Harris (RHP Reliever; 42 OVR)

Gold Historical All-Star – 1952 Curt Simmons (LHP Starter; 89 OVR)

Diamond Historical All-Star – 1957 Ted Williams (LF; 99 OVR)

Diamond Historical Legend – Peak Whitey Ford (LHP Starter; 96 OVR)

Diamond Hardware Heroes – 1920 Pete Alexander (RHP Starter; 94 OVR)

Bronze Historical All-Star – 1942 Phil Rizzuto (SS; 68 OVR)

Rarest Cards in the Perfect Team Universe

Diamond Negro League Stars – Cristobal Torriente (CF; 97 OVR)

Perfect Hitter of the Month – Cody Bellinger (RF; 100 OVR)

Diamond Historical All-Star – 1935 Arky Vaughan (SS; 97 OVR)

Diamond Historical Legend – Peak Reggie Jackson (RF; 96 OVR)

Diamond Historical All-Star – 1996 Ken Griffey, Jr. (CF; 96 OVR)

Diamond Historical Legend – Peak Carlton Fisk (C; 99 OVR)

Diamond Historical Legend – Peak Ed Delahanty (LF; 99 OVR)

The OOTP Now Podcast: Featuring Cleveland Indians Scout Chris Calciano

In this week’s episode of the popular OOTP Now podcast, host Rich Grisham chatted with Cleveland Indians scout Chris Calciano, who’s been playing OOTP for a long time. They discussed how baseball’s evolution has impacted modern day scouting and Calciano’s background in the sport. Jardine also popped in to talk about his second straight Perfect Team championship.

Jardine may work for OOTP Developments, but he built his team the same way everyone else does: by ripping packs and being strategic with his players. Good luck to you as you keep ripping packs and keeping climbing the Perfect Team league ladder! See you next week!

 

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