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(11-07-2012 10:59 PM)chrisa19978 Wrote: Your problem will be all prospects now will be expensive no matter what. If you want to collect a single player I would grab a Rookie player from maybe 2010 that has potential but really hasn't made it in the majors yet. If you look for baseball players not all of them make it big right away as some take a few years. Matt Kemp could be an example as I believe his first card was from 2006 though he didn't make a big impact till 2011. I might be off on his RC year but if you’re limited in funds you need to pick someone who has a 50/50 chance at doing well in the next few years.
(11-08-2012 07:10 AM)RobbinsDynasty Wrote: In a way It has to be a guy from your team or some how made a connection to. Be it met him in person or shared same school or home town. Look at your teams depth chart and top prospects and go from there.