History of the Tigers: 1971-1980

Detroit Tigers history

Welcome back to another post, today is another installment in the History of the Tiger series, where we look back on the Detroit Tigers history. This post will be focused on the years 1971-1980. To stay updated on future posts, make sure to like my facebook page here and follow my Twitter here. You can join my Discord here. And you can view the rest of the posts for this series here. Thanks!

1971-1973: New Managers and Winning Success

In 1971, the Tigers finished second in the three-year-old Eastern Division. They hired new manager Billy Martin, and finished  20 games over .500 but still 10 games back of first place. Norm Cash hit .283 with 32 homers and 91 RBI, while Mickey Lolich won 25 games and had a 2.92 ERA but did not win the Cy Young.

The next year, the Tigers won the Eastern Division but lost 3 games to 2 in a best of 5 AL Championship Series against the Oakland A’s. Al Kaline hit 10 homers and drove in 32 runs with a .313 average, and Mickey Lolich finished with a 22-14 record and a 2.50 ERA.

In 1973, the Tigers went 85-77, but they fired Billy Martin as manager on August 30 and Joe Schultz became their manager. Willie Horton hit .316 with 17 homers and 53 RBI, and Joe Coleman went 23-15 with a 3.53 ERA.

1974-1977: Losing Seasons Every Year

After the 1973 season, the Tigers hired Ralph Houk as their new manager. He didn’t seem to have much success, because the Tigers finished last in the AL East, 19 games behind the Baltimore Orioles. Bill Freehan hit .297 with 18 home runs and 60 RBI. John Hiller led the pitching staff with 17-14 record and 2.64 ERA. October 2nd, 1974 was the last game that Al Kaline played. He finished his career with 3007 hits and 399 home runs.

In 1975, the Tigers kept Ralph Houk as their manager, and then had their 5th worst season in team history, with a record of 57-102. They finished 37.5 games back of first place in the AL East. Willie Horton led the team in hitting with a .275 average, 25 home runs, and 92 RBI. Mickey Lolichw as the Tigers best pitcher with a 12-18 record and 3.78 ERA.

The Tigers once again had Ralph Houk as their manager for the 1976 season, and the Tigers definitely improved, as they had a 74-87 record. Rusty Staub led the team in hitting with a .299 average, 15 home runs, and 96 RBI, while Mark Fydrich was the Tigers best pitcher with a 19-9 record and 2.34 ERA.

In 1977, the Tigers were 74-88, which was pretty much the same as the 1976 season. Rusty Staub once again led the team in hitting with a .278 average, 22 home runs, and 101 RBI. And Dave Rozema led the pitching staff with a 15-7 record and 3.09 ERA.

1978-1980 Finally Winning and Sparky Arrives

In 1978, the Tigers finally had a winning record, finishing 86-76. But they still finished 5th in the AL East because the Yankees, Brewers, Red Sox, and Orioles all won 90 games. Rusty Staub was once again their best hitter with .273 average, 24 home runs, and 121 RBI. And Jack Billingham led the pitching with a 15-8 record and 3.88 ERA.

In 1979, Les Moss became the manager of the Tigers and started 27-26. He was not fired for being a bad manager, but because manager Sparky Anderson became available, and the Tigers wanted to hire him. Dick Tracewski managed 4 games until Anderson’s arrival. The Tigers ended up finishing the season 85-76. Steve Kemp was their top hitter with a .318 average, 26 homers, and 105 RBI, while Jack Morris led the pitching with a 17-7 record and 3.28 ERA.

In the final season of this post, the Tigers finished 84-78, and 4th in the AL East. Steve Kemp led the team in hitting with a .293 average, 21 home runs, and 101 RBI, while Aurelio Lopez led the pitching with a 13-6 record and 3.77 ERA.

I hope you enjoyed this post in the History of the Tigers series and I look forward to making the last couple of posts in this series soon!

History of the Detroit Tigers: 1961-1970: Championship and Division Play Starts!

Detroit Tigers history

Welcome back to another post in this series about Detroit Tigers history. I know it has been a long time since I have posted in it, but I will be finishing the series this summer and then starting a new one on one of the other Detroit sports teams when this series is finished. But today we will be talking about the Tigers from the period of 1961-1970.

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1961-1962: Good Success

After the 1960 season, the Tigers decided to hire Bob Scheffing as their manager, and Rick Ferrell as their GM. In their first season, the Tigers won 101 games and finished just 8 games behind the Yankees. Norm Cash won the AL batting crown, as he hit .361 with 41 homers and 132 RBI. Frank Lary lead the pitching with a 23-9 record and a 3.24 ERA.

The next year, the Tigers once again had a good season, going 85-76, but they still only finished third in the AL. Al Kaline hit .304 with 29 home runs and 94 RBI, while Jim Bunning led the pitching with a 19-10 record and a 3.59 ERA.

1963-1965: Average Seasons

in 1963, after the Tigers started off winning just 24 of their first 60 games, the Tigers fired Bob Scheffing and hired Chuck Dresson on June 18. He led the team to a 79-83 record, despite coming in to manage a team 12 games under .500. Al Kaline hit .312 with 27 homers and 101 RBI, and Hank Aguirre was their best pitcher with a 14-15 record and a 3.67 ERA.

The next year, the Tigers were 85-77, as they finished 4th in the AL. Bob Scheffing joined Ernie Harwell in the radio booth of WKMH. Bill Freehan hit .300 with 18 homers and 80 RBI. And Dave Wickersham had a 19-12 record and 3.44 ERA.

In 1965, the Tigers finished 16 games over .500 despite changing managers throughout the year. During spring training, Chuck Dressen had problems with his heart, so Bob Swift had to step in until Dressen returned on May 31. Willie Horton hit .273 with 29 homers and 104 RBI. And Hank Aguirre was 14-10 with a 3.59 ERA.

1966

In 1966, the Tigers won one less game than the previous year but still moved up to third in the AL. Chuck Dressen managed until May 16, but was sidelined with a heart attack and ended up dying in August. Bob Swift took over for the Tigers when Dressen was sidelined, and Swift was appearing to be doing a good job leading the team until he went to the hospital during all-star break and a test showed he had lung cancer. Unfortunately, he would die in October after the season. Frank Skaff took over for the team after Swift was sidelined.

Al Kaline lead the team in hitting with a .288 average,  29 homers and 88 RBI. And Denny McLain led the team in pitching with a 20-14 record and 3.92 ERA.

1967-1968 New Leader and Championship

After the 1966 season, Mayo Smith was hired as the new manager of the Tigers, He quickly led the team to a 91 win season, and they finished tied for 2nd in the AL. Al Kaline had a breakout year with a .308 average, 25 homers and 78 RBI. And Earl Wilson was a great pitcher with a 22-11 record and 3.27 ERA.

In 1968, the Tigers won the pennant, and eventually, beat the St Louis. Cardinals in a 7 game World Series. Mickey Lolich won the World Series MVP after pitching 3 complete games and winning all three. During the regular season, Willie Horton batted .285 with 36 home runs and 85 RBI. Denny McLain won the Cy Young and AL MVP after an amazing 31-6 record and 1.96 ERA.

1969-1970 Division Play

After the 1968 MLB season, the league decided that the AL and NL would each be split into 2 divisions, and the 2 teams that won their divisions in each league would play in a best of 5 league championship series. In the 1969 season, the Tigers won 90 games, but they still finished 19 games back of an amazing 109-53 Baltimore Orioles team. Jim Northrup led the team in hitting with a .295 average 25 home runs and 66 RBI. And Denny McLain once again led the team in pitching with a 24-9 record and 2.80 ERA. He won the AL Cy Young again.

In 1970, the Tigers went back to mediocrity with a 79-83 record, good for 4th in the 6 team AL East. Willie Horton hit 17 home runs and drove in 69 RBI while batting .305, and Les Cain was their best pitcher with 12-7 record and 3.84 ERA.

This wraps up another decade in Tigers history. Make sure you stay tuned for more posts in the History of the Tigers series.

MLB The Show 18 Immortals: Babe Ruth

MLB The Show 18 Immortals

Welcome to the first post in the MLB The Show 18 Immortals series. Today we are going to be breaking down how to complete the Babe Ruth program to gets his Immortals card. This is one of the most coveted cards in the game, as it has almost maxed out hitting stats, so you will want to follow this guide to get this card. To stay updated on posts, follow my Twitter here and like my facebook page here. You can buy a copy of MLB The Show 18 below.

MLB The Show 18 Immortals Walkthrough: Babe Ruth

1. Billy Williams Program

First, you will want to complete the Billy Williams career arc program, which I have an entire post about here. This will give you 15 percent in the Babe program. Running Total: 15

2. Impact Veteran Ruth

Next, you can redeem the 68 overall Babe Ruth from the program. Then, you will need to tally 90 plate appearances, 5 runs, 15 hits,  1 home run and 15 RBI with this card. Completing all of these stats will give you 10 percent in the program. Running Total: 25

3. #2 Program Souvenir

Now, you will need to do the number 2 program souvenir. This program has not been released yet, but when it is I will write a post about how to do it. This will give you another 15 percent. Running Total: 40

4. Rookie Ruth

Next, you can redeem the 77 overall Babe Ruth. Then you will have to do 2 different missions. First, you will need to tally 3 hits and 1 RBI with this card in one game. Then, you will need to get a complete game shutout and 8 innings pitched in one game with this card. Doing these 2 missions will give you 5 percent each. Running Total: 50

5. All-Star Ruth

Now, you can redeem the 82 overall Babe Ruth. Then, there will be a mission that shows up. Complete it with the 82 card, and you will get 5 percent. Running Total: 55

6. Exchange Starting Pitchers

Next, you will need to exchange 65k of starting pitchers. Don’t exchange Diamonds or Golds, instead just exchange lots of Bronzes. This will give you another 5 percent. Running Total: 60

7. Exchange Outfielders

Now, you will need to exchange 85k value of outfielders. Once again, just trade in lots of Bronzes. This will give you another 5 percent. Running Total: 65

8. Exchange Jerseys

Next, you will need to exchange 15k value of jerseys from the Yankees, Braves, and Red Sox. You will need to exchange some jerseys more than once. This will give you another 5 percent. Running Total: 70

9. Exchange Hats

Now, you will need to exchange 5k value of hats from the Yankees, Braves, and Red Sox. Once again, you will need to exchange some more than once. Running Total: 75

10. Breakout Ruth

Finally, you can redeem the 85 overall Babe Ruth. Then, there will be three different missions that you will need to complete this card. Once you complete all three, you will be able to redeem the 99 overall Immortal Babe Ruth, one of the best cards in the game! Running Total: 100

MLB The Show 18 Career Arcs: Trevor Hoffman

MLB The Show 18 Career Arcs

Welcome back to another post in the MLB The Show 18 Career Arcs series. Today, we are going to be breaking down how to complete the Trevor Hoffman program. When you complete this program, you can put its program souvenir into the Rich Gossage Immortals program. This will be the final post in this series, and I would like to announce that our next series will be the MLB The Show 18 Immortals, which are more programs that you can complete in MLB The Show 18.

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MLB The Show 18 Career Arcs Walkthrough

1. Mike Dunn Program

First, you will need to complete the MIke Dunn program. To do this, you need to trade 500 exchange value of relief pitchers. Next, you will need to exchange a Marlins home hat and road jersey. Finally, you will need to tally 2 innings pitched and 3 strikeouts with relief pitchers in a Diamond Dynasty game. This will give you 5 percent in the Hoffman program. Running Total: 5

2. #2 and #3 Souvenir Programs

Next, you will need to complete the number 2 and number 3 souvenir programs. These programs have not been released yet, but when they are I will be writing a post about how to complete them. These will give you 10 percent each. Running Total: 25

3. Rookie Hoffman

Now, you can redeem the 72 overall Trevor Hoffman. Then, you will need to have 20 innings pitched and 15 strikeouts with this card. Completing these stats will give you another 20 percent in the program Running Total: 45

4. Impact Veteran Hoffman

Next, you can redeem the 77 overall Trevor Hoffman. Then, there will be some stats that show up on the missions tab. Complete them, and you will get another 20 percent in this program. Running Total: 65

5. Exchange Relief or Closers

Now, you will need to exchange 35k value of Live Series relief and closing pitchers. Don’t trade in Golds or Diamonds, instead just trade a ton of bronzes. This will give you another 5 percent. Running Total: 70

6. Jersey Exchange

Next, you will need to exchange 4k value of jerseys from the Brewers, Marlins, and Braves. You may have to exchange some more than once. This will give you 5 percent. Running Total: 75

7. Hat Exchange

Now, you will need to exchange 1k value of hats from the Brewers, Marlins, and Braves. Once again, you may need to exchange some more than once. This will give you another 5 percent. Running Total: 80

8. All-Star Hoffman

Finally, you can redeem the 89 overall Trevor Hoffman. Then, there will be some stats that show up on the missions tab. Complete these stats with the card, and you will complete the MLB The Show 18 Career Arcs program for Trevor Hoffman. Now, you can redeem the program souvenir, which you can put into the Rich “Goose” Gossage Immortals program. Running Total: 100

MLB The Show 18 Career Arcs: Lee Smith

MLB The Show 18 Career Arcs

Welcome back to another MLB The Show 18 Career Arcs post. Today, we are going to be breaking down how to complete the Lee Smith program. Once you complete this program, you can put the program souvenir into the Billy Wagner Immortals program. To stay updated on future posts, follow my Twitter here and like my facebook page here. You can view the rest of the Career Arcs posts here, And you can purchase the MLB The Show 18 standard edition below:

MLB The Show 18 Career Arcs Walkthrough

1. Relief Pitcher Programs

First, you will need to do the Craig Breslow, Chad Qualls, and Danny Farquhar programs. These programs usually require trading in some relief pitchers and completing some stats with a card that you can redeem from the program. These will give you 5 percent each. Running Total: 15

2. Impact Veteran Smith

Now, you can redeem the 68 overall Lee Smith. Then, you will need to tally 10 saves, 10 strikeouts, and 10 innings pitched with this card. This will give you another 15 percent in the program. Running Total: 30

3. Saves

Next, you will need to get 47 saves with pitchers total. This will give you another 20 percent. Running Total: 50

4. 75 Rookie Smith

Now, you can redeem the 75 overall Lee Smith. Then, you will need to tally 50 strikeouts with card total. This will give you another 20 percent. Running Total: 70

5. Exchange Relief Pitchers and Closers

Next, you will need to exchange 35k value of relief pitchers and closers from the Cubs, Red Sox, Cardinals, Yankees, Orioles, Angels, Reds, and Nationals. Don’t exchange Golds or Diamonds, instead just exchange a lot of Bronzes. This will give you another 5 percent. Running Total: 75

6. Jersey Exchange

Now, you will need to exchange 4k value of jerseys from the Cubs, Red Sox, Cardinals, Yankees, Orioles, Angels, Reds, and Nationals. You may need to exchange some more than once. This will give you another 5 percent. Running Total: 80

7. Hat Exchange

Next, you will need to exchange 1k value of hats from the Cubs, Red Sox, Cardinals, Yankees, Orioles, Angels, Reds, and Nationals. Once again, you may need to exchange some more than once. This will give you another 5 percent. Running Total: 85

8. All-Star Smith

Finally, you can redeem the 85 overall Lee Smith. Then, there will be some stats that show up on the missions tab. You will need to complete these stats with the 85 overall card, and then you have completed the MLB The Show 18 Career Arcs for Smith, and can redeem the program souvenir that goes into the Billy Wagner Immortals program. Running Total: 100

MLB The Show 18 Career Arcs: Bret Saberhagen

MLB The Show 18 Career Arcs

Welcome back to another MLB The Show 18 Career Arcs post. Today, we are going to be breaking down how to complete the Bret Saberhagen program. Completing this program allows you to put its program souvenir into the Nolan Ryan Immortals program. to stay updated on future posts, like my facebook page here and follow my Twitter here. You can view the rest of the Career Arcs posts here. And you can purchase a copy of MLB The Show 18 standard edition below.

MLB The Show 18 Career Arcs Walkthrough

1. Pitcher Programs

First, you need to do the Mike Pelfrey, Jhoulys Chacin, and Trevor Cahill programs. I don’t have the exact details on how to do these, but they usually require trading in some pitchers and then completing some stats with cards that you can redeem. These programs will give you 5 percent each. Running Total: 15

2. Rookie Saberhagen

Now, you can redeem the 77 overall Bret Saberhagen. Then, you will need to tally 6 innings pitched, 5 strikeouts, and a win in one game with that card. This will give you another 15 percent. Running Total: 30

3. Starting Pitchers Stats

Next, you will need to tally stats with starting pitchers from the Royals, Mets, Rockies, and Red Sox. You will need to get 23 wins total with pitchers from these teams. This will give you another 30 percent. Running Total: 60

4. Impact Veteran Saberhagen

Now, you can redeem the 83 overall Bret Saberhagen. You will have to complete some stats with this card. The stats are to get 3 wins and 15 strikeouts in total with the card. This will give you another 10 percent. Running Total: 70

5. Exchange Starting Pitchers

Next, you will need to exchange 35k value of Live Series starting pitchers. Don’t trade Golds or Diamonds, instead just trade a lot of Bronzes. This will give you another 5 percent. Running Total: 75

6. Jersey Exchange

Now, you will need to exchange 4k value of jerseys from the Royals, Mets, Rockies, and Red Sox. You may need to exchange some more than once. This will give you another 5 percent. Running Total: 80

7. Hat Exchange

Next, you need to exchange 1k value of hats from the Royals, Mets, Rockies, and Red Sox. Once again, you may need to exchange some more than once. This will give you another 5 percent. Running Total: 85

8. Postseason Saberhagen

Finally, you can redeem the 90 overall Bret Saberhagen. Now, there will be some stats that show up. You must complete these stats with the 90 overall card. Once you complete the MLB The Show 18 Career Arcs for Saberhagen, you will be able to redeem the program souvenir, which you can put into the Nolan Ryan Immortals program! Running Total: 100

 

MLB The Show 18 Career Arcs: Jack Morris

MLB The Show 18 Career Arcs

Welcome to another post in the MLB The Show 18 Career Arcs series. Today, we are going to be breaking down how to complete the Jack Morris program. Once you complete this program, you can put the program souvenir into the Tom Seaver Immortals program. To stay updated on posts, follow my Twitter here and my facebook page here. You can view the other Career Arcs posts here. And you can buy a copy of MLB The Show 18 standard edition below.

MLB The Show 18 Career Arcs Walkthrough: Jack Morris

1. Starting Pitcher Programs

First, you will need to do the Ivan Nova, Chris Volstad, and Shane Greene programs. These programs usually require trading in some starting pitchers and completing some stats with a flashback card that you can redeem from the program. These will give you 5 percent each. Running Total: 15

2. Rookie Morris

Then, you can redeem the 61 overall Morris card from the program, and you will need to get 5 innings pitched and 1 win with this card. This will give you  15 percent. Running Total: 30

3. Exchange Starting Pitchers

Next, you will need to exchange 35k value of Live Series starting pitchers. Don’t exchange Golds or Diamonds, instead just exchange Bronzes. This will give you another 10 percent. Running Total: 40

4. Exchange Jerseys

Now, you will need to exchange 4k of jersey value from the Tigers, Twins, Blue Jays, and Indians. you may need to exchange some jerseys more than once. This will give you another 5 percent. Running Total: 45

5. Exchange Hats

Next, you need to exchange 1k value of hats from the Tigers, Twins, Blue Jays, and Indians. Once again, you may need to exchange some of them more than once. This will give you another 5 percent. Running Total: 50

6. Postseason Morris

Now, you can redeem the 80 overall Moris. Then, there will be some stats that show up on the missions tab. Once you complete these stats, you will get another25 percent. Running Total: 75

7. 88 Postseason Morris

Finally, you can redeem the 88 overall Morris. Then, there will be some stats that show up, and once you complete them, you will be able to redeem the program souvenir. You can put that in the Tom Seaver Immortals program. Running Total: 100

 

MLB The Show 18 Career Arcs: Joe Torre

MLB The Show 18 Career Arcs

Welcome to another post in the MLB The Show 18 Career Arcs series. Today, we are going to be breaking down how to complete the Joe Torre program. The program souvenir that you acquire after completing this program goes into the Chipper Jones Immortals program. To stay updated on future posts, like my facebook page here and follow my Twitter here. You can view my other Career Arcs posts here. And you can purchase the MLB The Show 18 standard edition below.

MLB The Show 18 Career Arcs Walkthrough

1. Third Basemen Programs

    First, you will need to do the Trevor Plouffe, Pedro Alvarez, and Gordon Beckham third basemen programs. Heres how you do each of those.

Plouffe Program

    For this program, you will need to trade in 500 exchange value of third basemen, and exchange a Twins home hat and road jersey. Then, you will need to tally two hits and one RBI with Breakout Plouffe, which you can get in the program.

Alvarez Program

    First, you need to trade 500 of third basemen. Then, you need to trade a Pirates home hat and Pirates road jersey. Finally, you need to get 3 homers and 7 RBI with the Postseason Alvarez in any amount of games.

Beckham Program

    You need to exchange 500 value of third basemen. Then, you need to trade a White Sox home hat and road jersey. Finally, you need to tally two hits and two runs with Rookie Beckham in one game.
    Doing these programs will give you 5 percent each. Running Total: 15

2. 74 Torre

    Next, you can redeem the 74 Impact Veteran Joe Torre. Then, you will need to tally two hits, a double, and a run with that card in one game. This will give you another 15 percent. Running Total: 30

3. St. Louis Cardinals Stats

    Next, you will need to get some stats with St. Louis Cardinals players. You will need to get 2 homers and 4 RBI in one game. This will give you another 20 percent. Running Total: 50

4. 79 Torre

    Now, you can redeem the 79 overall Rookie Joe Torre. Then, there will be some stats that show up that you will have to complete. Once you complete those stats, you will get another 20 percent. Running Total: 70

5. Exchange First Base, Second Base, and Catchers

    Next, you will need to exchange 35k value of first and second basemen and catchers from Live Series. Don’t exchange Golds or Diamonds, instead just exchange a lot of Bronzes. This gives you another 5 percent. Running Total: 75

6. Jersey Exchange

    Now, you need to exchange 4k value of Braves, Cardinals, Mets, Yankees, and Dodgers jerseys. You may need to exchange some more than once.  This gives you another 5 percent. Running Total: 80

7. Hat Exchange

    Next, you need to exchange 1k value of Braves, Cardinal, Mets, Yankees, and Dodgers hats. Once again, you may need to exchange some more than once. Running Total: 85

8. 89 Torre

    Finally, you can redeem the 89 overall Hardware Joe Torre. Now, you will need to complete some stats with this card, and then you can redeem the program souvenir. You can put that into the Chipper Jones Immortals program.

MLB The Show 18 Career Arcs: Hanley Ramirez

MLB The Show 18 Career Arcs

Welcome to another MLB The Show 18 Career Arcs post. Today, we are going to be breaking down how to get the Hanley Ramirez program done. Once completing this program, you can put the program souvenir into the Cal Ripken Jr. Immortals program. To stay updated on future posts, like my Facebook page here and follow my Twitter here. You can view all of the MLB The Show 18 Career Arcs posts here. And click a link below to purchase MLB The Show 18.

MLB The Show 18 Career Arcs Walkthrough

1. Shortstop Programs

First, you will need to do the Mario Mendoza, Brad Miller, and Emilio Bonifacio programs. I don’t know how to complete these, but you can view them by going down to the Shortstops Programs. Usually, you will need to complete some stats and trade in some shortstops for these type of programs. These will give you 5 percent on the Hanley Ramirez program each. Running Total: 15

2. 72 Impact Veteran Ramirez

Next, you can redeem the 72 overall Hanley from the program. Then, there will be some stats that show up that you will need to complete. Once you complete them, you will get another 15 percent. Running Total: 30

3. Shortstop Doubles

Now, you will need to get 15 doubles with shortstops in any Diamond Dynasty mode besides casual, play with friends, or extra innings. This will give you 25 percent. Running Total: 55

4. 82 Hardware Ramirez

You can now redeem the 82 overall Hanley card. There will be some more stats that will show up, and you once you complete them you will get another 15 percent. Running Total: 70

5. Exchange Shortstops

Next, you will need to exchange 35k value of Live Series shortstops. Don’t trade in golds and diamonds; instead, just trade in a lot of bronzes. This will give you another 5 percent. Running Total: 75

5. Exchange Jerseys

Now, you will need to exchange 4k value of jerseys from the Dodgers, Red Sox, and Marlins. You might need to trade in some jerseys more than once. This gives you 5 percent. Running Total: 80

6. Exchange Hats

Next, you need to trade in 1k value of hats from the Red Sox, Dodgers, and Marlins. Once again, you might need to trade in some more than once. This will give you another 5 percent. Running Total: 85

7. 88 All-Star Ramirez

Finally, you can unlock the 88 Hanley. There will be some stats that you need to complete with this card, and then you can redeem the program souvenir. You can put this into the Cal Ripken Jr. Immortals program! Running Total: 100

MLB The Show 18 Career Arcs: Don Sutton

MLB The Show 18 Career Arcs

Welcome to another MLB The Show 18 Career Arcs post. Today we are going to be breaking down how to get the Don Sutton program done. Completing this program allows you to put the program souvenir into the Bob Gibson Immortals program. To stay updated on future posts, like my Facebook page here and follow my Twitter here. You can view all of the MLB The Show 18 Career Arcs posts here. And click a link below to purchase MLB The Show 18.

MLB The Show 18 Career Arcs Walkthrough: Don Sutton

1. Starting Pitcher Programs

First, you will need to do the Bud Norris, Tony Cingrani, Brett Anderson, and Jamie Anderson programs. I do not know what the missions are to complete these, but they probably require doing some stats and trading in starting pitchers. You can find these by scrolling down to the Starting Pitcher programs. These will each give you 5 percent in the Sutton program. Running Total: 20

2. 72 Impact Veteran Sutton

Next, you will need to pitch seven innings and get seven strikeouts with 72 overall Sutton in 1 game, which can be done in any mode besides casual, play with friends, or extra innings. This will give you 15 percent. Running Total: 25

3. Starting Pitcher Complete Games

Now, you need to get 18 complete games with starting pitchers in any modes besides Conquest, extra innings, casual, and play with friends. This will give you another 15 percent. Running Total: 40

4. Rookie Legend or Flashback Strikeouts

Next, you need to get 48 strikeouts with rookie cards in any mode besides causal, play with friends, and extra innings. This will give you 20 percent. Running Total: 60

5. 84 Rookie Sutton

Next, you will need to redeem the 84 overall Sutton from the program. Then there will be some stats that show up when you look at the missions. You will need to complete those stats with the Rookie Sutton card, and when you complete them you will get another 15 percent. Running Total: 75

6. Exchange Starting Pitchers

Now you will need to exchange 35k value of starting pitchers. Don’t exchange golds or diamonds, instead just exchange a lot of bronzes. This will give you another 5 percent. Running Total: 80

7. Exchange Jerseys

Next, you have to exchange 4k value of jerseys from the Dodgers, Astros, Athletics, Brewers, and Angels. You might need to exchange some jerseys more than once. This will give you 5 percent. Running Total: 85

8. Exchange Hats

Now, you will need to exchange 1k value of hats from the Dodgers, Astros, Athletics, Brewers, and Angels. Once again, you might need to exchange some more than once. This will give you another 5 percent. Running Total: 90

9. 90 All-Star Sutton

Finally, you can redeem the 90 overall Don Sutton from the program. Then there will be some stats that show up, and once you complete these stats with the 90 Sutton, you will get the program souvenir that you can put into the Bob Gibson Immortals program! Running Total: 100