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I have some plans for what I am going to be posting on here within the next few months. Even though I have a lot planned, I would be happy to post something anyone reading this wants to see, so if you have any ideas please comment on Facebook or below this post. You can like my Facebook here and follow my Twitter here.
I will be bringing the History of the Tigers series back when baseball season gets closer. I will be posting it weekly on Fridays, starting March 9th. I have 7 more posts in this series so I will finish it on the 20th of April.
I will also be bringing back Tigers Week in Review, which will be posted on Saturdays and Sundays starting April 7th. When I finish History of the Tigers, I might move Tigers Week in Review (TWIR) to Fridays.
I will be posting a Piston’s mid-season review on February 17th, talking about how I think they have been doing so far this year and what they can do to improve before the end of the season. After All-Star break, I will post a Pistons Week in Review Saturdays until the end of the season.
I will be doing a Red Wings mid-season review January 26th (next Friday), but I will not be doing a Red Wings weekly as I do not follow hockey as closely as other sports. However, if you want to see a Red Wings review if you like hockey, I might be able to do one every other week.
Once again if you have any other suggestions you can comment below and I will consider writing about them, and I hope you guys keep reading the blog because I have a lot of new posts coming soon!
MLB The Show 18 will be the next installment in the MLB The Show series. It will be released on March 27, 2018, for the PS4. Today we are going to be looking at some of the things I want to see in the next MLB game. Make sure to like my facebook here and follow my Twitter here. Thank you.
In some games, the littlest things can be what makes them good. This is often the case for sports games. In NBA2k, you can create a stadium with community uploads on the court, change the seats, and put text on your court. This would be a great thing for MLB to add to Diamond Dynasty, where you can customize both the stadium’s seats and sights, and the field. They could also add a community upload system so you can put images on your field and jerseys.
One of the reasons MLB The Show gets stale to play and boring within little time playing is because of the glitches and scripting in gameplay. Whether its a dropped fly ball, a missed grounder, or the catcher missing the ball, there are plenty of ways that you can blow a game without doing anything wrong. Sony Interactive Entertainment (SIE) needs to rethink some of their animations and mechanics, even though they did a lot of rethinking to these things last year. The game will be so much more enjoyable if the animations are fair and smooth.
More Pack Choice In the Store
MLB The Show 17 has not offered many different packs that you can buy all the time. While they have some packs that are released and available for a limited time, they only have one pack that is permanently in the store, which is the standard pack and is not very good, usually giving you nothing better than a silver (80-84) player. If there were more expensive packs always around in the store that gave better items, I would consider opening more packs. Another idea would be guaranteed packs, like packs that guarantee a gold player, or special series like a flashback. Even if these packs cost more stubs, they would make opening packs more worth it.
Something to go with the idea of more packs is a system that would reward you based on the number of packs you open. Whether you get rewarded by reaching a certain number of opened packs, or monthly rewards with different tiers, this would be a great thing to add that would once again make opening packs more worth the while.
3 Inning Ranked Seasons
And finally, shorter Ranked Seasons games. Ranked Seasons was the new mode in MLB The Show 17 where you played 9 inning games and your rating went up or down based on if you won or lost, and got rewards based on your rating at the end of each season. But the 9 inning games drag sometimes, so 3 inning games would make the games more interesting and make every play crucial.
Thank you for reading this article and if you enjoyed, stay tuned for more news about MLB The Show, other video games, and sports news.
Zlatan Ibrahimovic, the Swedish striker, is expected to sign a new contract with Manchester United and could do it as early as this week, sources told ESPN FC. He scored 28 goals with ManU last season. Ibrahimovic is a free agent after his contract expired in June. He is also recovering from an injury that he sustained during the Europa League against Anderlecht in April. He was originally supposed to be out until 2018, but he has been recovering quickly. Let’s take a look at some of Ibrahimovic’s career highlights. Make sure to follow my Twitter and like my Facebook page.
Ibrahimovic was born in Malmo, Sweden on October 3rd, 1981. He started his career playing for Malmo FF, and then was sold to Ajax in July 2001. Ibrahimovic received little playing time under manager Co Adriaanse, but when he was sacked, Ronald Koeman put Ibrahimovic in the starting lineup. That season, Ajax won the Netherlands league Eredivisie. Ibrahimovic stayed at Ajax until 2004, when he was sold to Juventus.
At Juventus, he scored 16 goals in his first season, but the next season, he played fewer games and made more assists. Ibrahimovic then left for Inter Milan after he found out about the scandal involving many teams in the Serie A and Serie B, where teams rigged games with favorable referees. At Inter, Ibrahimovic scored 15 goals in his first season and they won the title. In his second season, he scored 17 goals, Inter won the title again, and he won the Serie A Player of the Year and Foreign Player of the Year.
In his third season at Inter Milan, he scored 25 goals, and Inter won the title for a third straight year and won the Player of the Year and Foreign Player of the Year for consecutive seasons. After his third season at Inter, Zlatan moved to Barcelona and scored 16 goals for them. But Ibrahimovic was not happy about his relationship with Pep Guardiola and was loaned out to Milan after one season at Barca.
At Milan, Ibrahimovic scored 14 goals out on loan, and then Milan bought him from Barcelona permanently. He only stayed there for one more season though and scored 28 goals in 32 appearances. He then moved to Paris-Saint-Germain, where he stayed from 2012-2016. He scored 30 goals in his first season in Ligue 1, and he was named the Ligue 1 Player of the Year. The next season, he scored 41 goals in all competitions, and he won the Ligue 1 Player of the Year again.
In 2014-2015, Paris-Saint-Germain won the Ligue 1, and the French Cup. The next season, his last at PSG, Ibrahimovic became the all-time leading scorer for PSG and they won a treble of the Ligue 1, French Cup, and French League Cup. Ibrahimovic’s contract expired, and he signed a 1-year contract with Manchester United. He scored 28 goals in all competitions, and Manchester United won the Europa League and the EFL Cup, as well as the FA Community Shield.
Because Ibrahimovic’s contract has expired, he is a free agent, so he can sign a contract with any team.