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

 

MLB The Show 18 Career Arcs: Larry Doby

MLB The Show 18 Career Arcs

Welcome to another MLB The Show 18 Career Arcs post. Today we are going to be going over how to complete the Larry Doby program. Once you complete this program, you can put the program souvenir into the Ken Griffey 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 the link below to purchase MLB The Show 18.

MLB The Show 18 Career Arcs Walkthrough

1. Center Fielder Programs

First, you will have to do the Michael Saunders, Danny Santana, and Drew Stubbs programs. I do not know how you complete these programs, but you can find them by scrolling down to the Center Fielders tab in the programs section of Diamond Dynasty. They usually involve trading in some players of the program’s position, so for this one center field, and then doing some stats with a card they give you. Completing each of these gives you 5 percent in the Larry Doby program. Running Total: 15

2. 76 Impact Veteran Doby

Next, you will need to redeem the 76 overall Larry Doby from the program. Then you need to get 2 RBI in one game with this card in any DD game besides casual, play with friends, and extra innings. This will give you 10 percent. Running Total: 25

3. Allstar Outfielders

Next, you will need to complete some stats with Allstar outfielder cards. You will need to get 110 runs, 25 home runs, and 102 RBI with them. This can be done in any mode besides casual, play with friends, and extra innings. I would suggest having your entire outfield Allstar cards when you are trying to complete this mission. This will give you 20 percent. Running Total: 45

4. 80 Rookie Doby

Now, redeem the 80 overall Larry Doby from the program. Then there will be 2 different sets of stats that you need to complete. They will give you 10 percent each. Running Total: 65

5. Exchange Left Field and Right Field

Now, you will need to trade in 35k value of Live Series Left Fielders and Right Fielders. Make sure that you do not trade in any good cards, like gold or diamonds. Instead, just trade in a bunch of bronzes. This will give you 5 percent. Running Total: 70

6. Jersey Exchange

Now, you will need to exchange 4k value of Tigers, Indians, and White Sox jerseys. You might need to trade some jerseys more than once. This gives you another 5 percent in the program. Running Total: 75

7. Hat Exchange

Next, you need to exchange 1k value of Tigers, Indians, and White Sox hats. Once again, you may need to trade in some hats more than once. After completing this, you will get another 5 percent. Running Total: 80

8. 90 All-Star Doby

Finally, you can redeem the 90 overall Lary Doby.  There will be some stats that you will need to complete with this card, and then you will be done with the program. You can now put the program souvenir into the Ken Griffey Jr. Immortals program! Running Total: 100

MLB The Show 18 Career Arcs: Paul Molitor

MLB The Show 18 Career Arcs

Welcome to another post in the MLB The Show 18 Career Arcs series. Today we ae going to be going over how to get the Paul Molitor program done. The program souvenir that you get after completing the program can be put into the Albert Pujols 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. You can also click one of the links below to purchase MLB The Show 18:

MLB The Show Paul Molitor Walkthrough

1. First Basemen Programs

First, you need to do the Kennys Vargas and Sean Rodriguez programs. Heres how you do them.

Kennys Vargas Program

For this program, you need to get 2 hits, a double, and 2 RBI in one game with Rookie Flashback Kennys Vargas, which you get at the start of this program. Then you need to exchange 500 value of Live Series first basemen. Then you need to a Twins road hat and a Twins road jersey.

Sean Rodriguez Program

First you need to get 2 hits and 2 runs with Impact Veteran Sean Rodriguez, which you get at the start of this program. Then you need to exchange 500 of Live Series first basemen value. Finally, you need to exchange a Pirates home hat and road jersey.

Doing these two programs will give you 5 percent each in the Molitor program. Running Total: 10

2. 3 Program Souvenir

This is a program that is not in the game yet and will be added later in the year. Once it is added look at how to complete it, and then you will get another 5 percent. Running Total: 15

3. Impact Veteran Molitor

Now you can unlock the 74 overall Impact Veteran Paul Molitor. You will now see certain stats that you need to accomplish with this card, and once you complete these stats you will get another 10 percent in the program. Running Total: 25

4. Impact Veteran Molitor Part 2

Also with the 74 overall Molitor, you will need to do another set of stats that you will see once you get this card. It will give you 30 percent! Running Total: 55

5. Exchange 1st, 2nd, 3rd

Now you will need to exchange a total of 35K value of Live Series first basemen, second basemen, and third basemen. Once you do this you will get another 5 percent. Running Total: 60

6. Jersey Exchange

Next, you need to exchange 4k value of Brewers, Blue Jays, and Twins jerseys. You made need to trade some cards more than once. You will get another 5 percent for doing this. Running Total: 65

7.  Rookie Molitor

You can now get the 78 overall Rookie Molitor. You will see stats that you have to accomplish with this card, and once you complete them you will get another 15 percent. Running Total: 80

8. Hat Exchange

Much like the jersey exchange, you will need to trade in hats from the Brewers, Blue Jays, and Twins. However, you only need 1k value. You still might need to buy some and trade them in more than once. This will give you another 5 percent. Running Total: 85

9. All-Star Molitor

Now you can get the 91 overall All-Star Paul Molitor. You will have to complete some more stats with this card, and then you will get the final 15 percent of the program done. Now you can put the program souvenir into the Albert Pujols Immortals program! Running Total: 100

MLB The Show 18 Career Arcs: Gary Carter

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Welcome to another post in our MLB The Show 18 Career Arcs series. Today we are going to be breaking down the Gary Carter program. Completing this program will allow you to put the program souvenir into the Mike Piazza Immortals program. To stay updated on future posts, follow my Twitter here and like my facebook page here. For all of my MLB The Show Career Arc posts, click here. To purchase MLB The Show 18, please click below:

1. Catcher Programs

First of you will need to do the Derek Norris and Jarred Saltalamacchia programs. Heres how to do each of those.

Derrek Norris Program

For this, you need tally 2 hits in one game with Allstar Derek Norris, which you get at the start of this program. Then you need to exchange 500 value of Live Series catchers and exchange an Athletics road jersey and Athletics road hat.

Jarred Saltamacchia Program

For this program, you need to tally one home run, 3 hits, and 2 RBI with Impact Veteran Saltamacchia, which you get at the start of the program. Next, you need to exchange 500 catcher value, and exchange a Red Sox home hat and a Red Sox road jersey.

You then put the program souvenirs for each of these programs into the Gary Carter program, and they give you 5 percent each. Running Total: 10

2. 78 Rookie Gary Carter

Now you can unlock the 78 Rookie Carter. You will need to complete the stats that you can see once you get this card, and once you do those stats you will get another 15 percent. Running Total: 25

3. Catcher Stats

Now, you need to get 30 RBI with catchers in any DD game modes besides casual, play with friends, and extra innings. This will give you another 30 percent in the program. Running Total: 55

4. 3 Program Souvenir

You will need to complete this program once it comes out, but it has not been released into the game yet. Once it is, look at the program and complete it to get another 5 percent in the Gary Carter program. Running Total: 60

5. 84 Impact Veteran Gary Carter

Now you can unlock the 84 overall Impact Veteran Carter. You will need to complete to stats that show up once you acquire this card, and then you will get another 10 percent once you complete those stats. Running Total: 70

6. Exchange Catchers

Next, you need to exchange 35k value of Live Series catchers. Make sure you do not exchange very good cards because you cannot get these cards back. This gives you another 5 percent. Running Total: 75

7. Exchange Jerseys

Now you need to exchange 4k value of jerseys from the Mets, Nationals/Expos, Giants, and Dodgers. You might need to exchange some jerseys more than once. You will get another 5 percent from doing this. Running Total: 80

8. Exchange Hats

You will need to exchange 1k value of hats from the Nationals (the successor to the Expos), Mets, Giants, and Dodgers. Once again you may need to exchange some more than once. This gives you another 5 percent. Running Total: 85

9. 92 Allstar Gary Carter

Now you will be able to redeem the 92 overall Carter. You will need to complete the stats that you can see once you get this card, and then you will get the final 15 percent of this program done. Now you can put this programs souvenir into the Mike Piazza Immortals program for MLB The Show! Running Total: 100

 

 

MLB The Show 18 Career Arcs: Chase Utley

MLB The Show 18 Career Arcs

Welcome back to another post in the MLB The Show 18 Carrer Arcs series, where we take a look at all of the Career Arc programs and how to get them.

Today we are going to be breaking down how to get the Chase Utley program done. Once you complete this, you will be able to put the program souvenir into the Jackie Robinson Immortals card.To stay updated on future posts, follow my Twitter here and like my Facebook page here. All of my MLB The Show posts will be found here. To purchase the download code for MLB The Show 18, please click below:

1. Second Basemen Programs

To start, you will need to do the Brock Holt and Danny Espinosa second basemen programs. Heres how you do those.

Brock Holt Program 

To do the Holt program, you need to tally to runs and 2 hits in one game with Brock Holt’s Allstar card, which you get at the start of the program. Then, you need to exchange 500 value of second basemen, exchange 1 Red Sox home hat, and one Red Sox road jersey. This is how you complete the Holt program.

Danny Espinosa Program

For the Espinosa program, you need to tally 3 hits and 1 RBI with Rookie Neil Walker in one game. Once again, you get this card at the start of the program. Next, you need to exchange 500 value of second basemen, and a Nationals road hat and Nationals road jersey. Now you are done with this program.

Once you complete those 2 programs, you will put in the program souvenirs to get 5 percent for each. Running Total: 10

2. Rookie Chase Utley

At the start of the Utley program, you can instantly redeem the 72 Rookie Utley card. You need to get 3 hits with this card in any Diamond Dynasty mode besides casual, play with friends, and extra innings. This will give you another 10 percent in the program. Running Total: 20

3. Second Basemen Stats

Next, you will need to get 23 runs and 15 RBI with second basemen in any DD game besides casual, play with friends, or extra innings. This will give you another 25 percent in the program. Running Total: 45

4. 83 Impact Veteran Chase Utley

Now, you need to complete the statline that you will be given once you acquire 83 Impact Veteran Utley. Once you complete the statline, you will get another 15 percent in the program. Running Total: 60

5. 3 and 4 Program Souvenirs

These programs will give you 5 percent each, but they have not been released into the game yet. Once they are you will see the requirements for each of those programs. Running Total: 70

6. Exchange Second Basemen

You now will have to exchange 35k value of live series second basemen. Remember that once you exchange the cards, you cannot get them back. This will give you another 5 percent. Running Total: 75

7. Jersey Exchange

Now, you need to exchange 4k value of Dodgers and Phillies jerseys since those are the teams he played for. You will have to buy some jerseys more than once. This gives you another 5 percent. Running Total: 80

8. Hat Exchange

Much like the jersey exchange, you will have to trade in Dodgers and Phillies hats. You will have to buy some more than once, but you only need 1k exchange value. This gives you 5 more percent. Running Total: 85

9. 90 Overall All-Star Chase Utley in MLB The Show 18

Finally, you will have to complete the stats that you are given once you acquire the 90 overall Utley. Once you complete these stats, you will have completed the program and will be able to put the program souvenir into the Immortals Jackie Robinson program. Running Total: 100

 

MLB The Show 18 Career Arcs: Billy Williams

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Welcome to a new series where we are going to be going over some of the missions that you will want to complete if you want to get some of the best cards in MLB The Show 18 Diamond Dynasty.

Today we will start to go over one of the Career Arcs, which are important missions because you need to complete these to unlock the Immortals, which are some of the best cards in the game. There are 11 Career Arcs in MLB The Show 18, and I will have a separate post on how to get each of them. To stay updated on future posts, follow my Twitter here and like my Facebook page here. All of my MLB The Show posts will be found here. To purchase MLB The Show 18, please click below:

MLB The Show: Billy Williams

The Billy Williams Career Arc card will go into the Babe Ruth Immortals card. Here is how you can complete the program.

1. Left Fielder Missions

You will have to complete the Seth Smith, Ryan Raburn, and Chris Heisey. I couldn’t find the missions you need to do to complete those programs, but you can find them in the game by scrolling down to left fielders. These 3 programs will give you a total of 15 percent completion of the mission. Running percent: 15

2. 76 Impact Veteran Billy Williams

Next, once you do those minor programs, you will need to acquire 76 overall Impact Veteran Billy Williams, which you can get from the program once you get 15 percent. You will need to complete the mission with that card, which will be a certain stat line. You will not know what stats you need to achieve until you acquire the 76 overall card, so make sure you get that card right away. Completing the stats will get you another 10 percent of the mission complete. Running Percent: 25

3. Trade in Left Fielders

Next, you need to trade in 35k value of left fielders. Make sure you don’t get rid of any really good cards, like gold or diamonds, because you are pretty much trading them away for points. Getting the 35k exchange value will give you another 5 percent in the program. Running Percent: 30

4. Legend Left Fielders

After that, you will need to get 10 home runs with Legend left fielders in any Diamond Dynasty mode except casual, play with friends, and extra innings. This is a big part of the mission because it gives you 25 percent. I would suggest going into a ranked seasons game and using 3 left fielders in the outfield because your home runs will count with every one of these players. Running Percent: 55

5. 82 Hardware Billy Williams

Now that you have 50 percent or higher in the program, you can acquire the 82 Billy Williams card. There will be a certain stat line you have to achieve with this card. Once again, until you get this card, you don’t know what stats you need with it. So get this card quickly. This will give you 25 percent more in the program. Running Percent: 80

6. Exchange Jerseys

Like the left fielder exchange, you will need to get a lot of jerseys to trade in that you will not get back. You need 4k jersey value, but you can only get Cubs and Athletics jerseys since those are the teams for which Williams played. So you will have to buy some of the jerseys more than once. This will give you another 5 percent in the program. Running Percent: 85

7. Exchange Hats

Much like the last step, you will need to get hats from the Cubs and Athletics, and this time you only need 1k value of these hats. This will give you another 5 percent. Running Percent: 90

8. 90 All-Star Billy Williams

Now you have the 90 Billy Williams, but there is still one more step. You need to do the statline that shows up once you acquire the 90 overall card, and then you will complete the entire program. Now you can put the Bily Williams program souvenir into the Babe Ruth Immortals program. Running Percent: 100

 

I hope this guide for getting the Billy Williams program done in MLB The Show helped you. If you have any suggestions for me making these guides easier, feel free to comment below.

 

MLB The Show 18 Wishlist

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.

Stadium Builder

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.

FIxed Gameplay

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.

Pack Rewards

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.

FIFA 18 Icon Ratings Part 3 of 3

Welcome to the last part of my FIFA Icons Ratings series where we are looking at the ratings of the announced Icons for the upcoming FIFA 18 game, releasing on September 29th. To read the rest of my FIFA 18 news, look here. To stay updated on my posts, follow my Twitter and like my facebook page.

If you have read my previous posts about Icons, you know that each Icon has three cards based on three years of their career. The best card is only available in packs at limited times and if you complete an SBC, but the other two are available all the time in packs. Here are the last 7 players with Icon cards.

Peter Schmeichel

Schmeichel is a Danish goalkeeper who played most of his career for Manchester United. The other teams he played for were Gladsaxe-Hero, Hvidorve, Brøndby, Sporting CP, Aston Villa, and Manchester City. He also scored 11 goals, because he would sometimes come up the field for corners. His son, Kasper, is currently the goalkeeper for Leicester City. Schmeichel’s stats are 86 overall with the best attribute being 89 reflexes, 90 overall with 93 reflexes, and 92 overall with 94 reflexes.

Carles Puyol

Puyol, a Spaniard, was one of the few players to spend his entire career at one club, playing at Barcelona. He was known for being one of the best defenders of all time. His cards are 86 overall RB with 89 physical, 90 CB with 92 defending, and 92 overall CB with 94 defending.

Alessandro Del Piero

Known to be one of the best Italian players of all time, Del Piero played for Juventus for the majority of his career. His other stops were Padova, Sydney FC, and Delhi Dynamos. He also scored 27 goals for the Italian National Team. His cards are 87 overall CF with 89 dribbling, 90 CF with 92 dribbling, and 92 CF with 92 shooting and dribbling.

Michael Owen

This famous English striker rose to a superstar level at a young age during the 1998 World Cup, when he was given the opportunity to play for his country. Owen scored 40 goals for England, which was formerly the highest for the England team. In his club career, he played for Liverpool, Real Madrid, Newcastle United, Manchester United, and Stoke City. His cards are 88 ST with 91 pace, 91 overall ST with 90 pace, and 86 overall with 86 shooting.

Deco

The Portuguese midfielder, whose given name is Anderson Luis de Souza, was known for his awareness, technique, and mid range shooting. He played for Corinthians, CSA, Benfica, Avlerca, Salgueiros, Porto, Barcelona, Chelsea, and Fluminense. His cards are 87 CAM with 87 dribbling and passing, 90 CM with 91 passing, and 85 overall CAM with 87 passing.

Rio Ferdinand

The English CB played for many English clubs, including West Ham United, Bournemouth,  Leeds United,  Manchester United, and Queens Park Rangers. Ferdinand also played for the England National Team. He scored 11 club goals and 3 international goals. His cards are 85 CB with 84 pace and defending, 90 CB with 91 defending, and 88 overall CB with 89 defending.

Robert Pires

The last player in this series is Robert Pires, a French winger who changed his play style to more of a midfield role. He played for Metz, Marseille, Arsenal, Villarreal, Aston Villa, and FC Goa. He scored 127 club goals and 14 international goals. His cards are 88 overall LM with 88 pace, 91 LM with 89 dribbling, and 85 CAM with 86 passing.

That concludes this series about FIFA Icons Ratings. Thank you all for reading and make sure you stay tuned for more posts on the blog!