Mlb Tap Sports Baseball 2018 Releases

Download & Install MLB Tap Sports Baseball 2018. To play MLB Tap Sports Baseball 2018, your iPad, iPhone, or iPod touch will need to be running iOS 7 or higher. Besides that, you'll also need to bypass the App Store's region restrictions in order to download the game in the US.

By purchasing this item, you are transacting with Google Payments and agreeing to the Google Payments. AFinitDataCallback(key: 'ds:17', isError: false, hash: '15', data:functionreturn 'gp:AOqpTOHxkwFouzZV7idp-FT5di95mM8PkDlCnYiHnDEKT8UWRF8ZA9H9fJfhngA1iT0M7BMpTeDnsUMXs2R1TQ','A Google user',null,2,null,null,null,'love this game.except of course when your programming makes playing this game pointless. If I have an amazing team you should keep the season consistent through a whole season. Not jack up the talent level to a million for my opponents in the last 3 series and the playoffs. I had won almost 90 games coming into the last three series of a season and I lost 7 of the last twelve because teams were boosted way past me and all of my amazing pitchers and batters were playing like straight garbage.

Don't punish me for being good at the game, or more likely because I'm not paying you to be good at the game you just won't let me be good. Hitler would be proud of the vile and twisted establishment you have built. Find a nice middle ground you sadist. Btw I give 5 out of 5 stars.for masochistic torture. Update 11/29/18: I am still playing this game but I hate you all so much. I hope that somehow all of you know and can feel my burning resentment towards your company and this product. All further updates will be negative.'

,174000000,6,null,null,'3','A Google user',null,null,2,null,null,null,'Holton',null,2,null,null,null,'game was, at one-time, a lot of fun. However, the developers have made the game to where it's nearly impossible to beat the daily challenges unless you happen to luck into a pitcher that doesn't throw unhittable curve balls. They've taken all of the skill out of the daily challenges and replaced it with dumb luck. And don't bother contacting customer service about it. Their lackeys will just spit out the same company line about how sorry they are, but nothing can be done to fix it.' ,747000000,2,null,null,'1','Randy Holton',null,null,2,null,null,null,'Suvak',null,2,null,null,null,'this game tries it's hardest to be realistic. This means that there is no skills gap.

If you actually have a good eye and swing at a good pitch, you should be rewarded. But instead it's a game of luck. And I was in a tournament which allows you at the end of the game to retry if you lose. I was sitting there for 30 minutes simming all innings and didn't win a single game which is incredibly unrealistic but again, they are trying to be realistic. This game is a load a be. Not to mention there are a few animations that are balls but they call strikes.

Maybe they should focus on making a good game and I'll actually have fun playing it.' ,815000000,2,null,null,'2','Jacob Suvak',null,null,2,null,null,null,'Schepens',null,2,null,null,null,'game would be 1 of my all time favorites if GLU wasn't so greedy. GLU will not let players excel without spending money. If that's not bad enough, the percentage of actually upgrading your team is not in your favor.

It has gotten to the point where I will not buy anymore player boxes because I know the chances of me actually receiving a quality player is not going to happen 9 out of 10 boxes purchased. In fact, the chances of you receiving any player regardless of their ability is not in your favor. You usually just receive XP points which become useless because you don't have any quality players to upgrade.

You just spent around $100 for absolutely nothing. I'm not exaggerating.'

,236000000,5,null,null,'3','Daniel Schepens',null,null,2,null,null,null,'Wyatt',null,2,null,null,null,'first off, love the game. I love the strategy that seems to be involved within the game itself, as any great baseball game should have in my oppinion. Great job with that.

I love how I can draft players to expand and upgrade my team but I hate the way I have to pay for it with my money if I want to progress any further. The game is based upon annoying loot boxes which is not always a bad thing if its done right but when you take the fact that literally almost any way to progress in the game is to use these loot boxes, that almost takes the sense of enjoyment in the game for a casual gamer like myself.

The pitches that pitchers throw look more like whiffle ball pitches than real life MLB pitches and I have noticed that sometimes fielders seem to conveniently be in the right shift to catch the ball. If you hit a ball down the line to. Right field, sometimes the right fielder will seem to be out of position to make that catch. They seem to almost be in the perfect shift time and time again and honestly, I don't mind it too much but at the same time, its a little frustrating. I'm looking for a major league baseball game based off realism and to me that seems to take away from the realism and immersion because youre not going to see that too often in real life. Overall though, great game. Worth giving a shot for sure.

And hey, its free.' ,450000000,1,null,null,'1','Blake Wyatt',null,null,2,null,null,null,'McIntosh',null,2,null,null,null,'love the concept of the game and not having to worry about playing defense at all. Thats what makes the game easy to play, yet still interesting. I just wish that like in the very beginning how it directed you on how and when to rank up and showed you what to do and when to do it, that it was like that through the entire game. It showed you, but didn't explain anything to you.

You just pressed what it said and moved on. Now that it stopped, I'm humbling through the process trying to figure out what to do next and improve my team without understanding what I'm doing. Very confusing to a person in their late 30's,but maybe not to a teenager who is more familiar with modern technology. I'm just not up to par with the digital world as much as the newer generations. A guide mode would be helpful to me and others with the option to turn it on and off as needed depending on that person's understanding of the full concept of how it all works. Thanks for listening.

I just thought that a simple Tap Game would be simple all the way through it and that the guide assistance would remain throughout the game,and not leave you to just figure it out if you didn't pay attention to what it was actually showing you. It was more like push here, push there, and no explanation on what exactly you were doing in the first place. Thanks again and I guess that I'll just try to figure it out cause I really enjoy playing it. Good job App Team!!! Ud83dudc4dud83dudc4dud83dudc4d',932000000,0,null,null,'0','Daniel McIntosh',null,null,2,null,null,null,'Yow',null,2,null,null,null,'so this game is good, i like how it shows the amount of losses and wins, and i also like how youre able to hit far.

But the thing that this game needs to fix is the strikes. Sometimes the ball goes over the head and its a strike, i also think that there should be a choice to hit if you want an over view or a view to where the ball is going to go, like first person. I also think that in the outfield, the players like know where the ball is going to go with out watching it while running. But i also think this game should have this event where you could actually run the bases.

Overall this game is ok.' ,242000000,0,null,null,'0','Chloe Yow',null,null,2,null,null,null,'C.J.' ,null,2,null,null,null,'gripes about this game. It gets laggy, And choppy quite frequently. This is bad for a game where timing is important. Second, the view while batting is elevated so its impossible to see the height of a pitch.

This normally wouldn't be an issue but when the pitcher throws 6 balls in the dirt consecutively it really starts to piss you off. There is no way to tell if a ball is going low and in the dirt',165000000,0,null,null,'5','Bret C.J.' ,null,null,2,null,null,null,'Wong',null,2,null,null,null,'is a complete rip off. Most games try to make a fun game in hopes that you will spend a couple bucks here and there. Tap Sports Baseball? They choose instead to make an ad riddled, in game purchase infested ripoff of a game.

Oh, you want a decent player? Well, all you have to do is drop $20 and you'll be able to buy four whole mystery boxes. What are mystery boxes you ask?

Well they are basically loot boxes that give you a fleeting chance at a mediocre player. The percentage of getting a player and not just worthless xp is laughable low. Alternatively, you can opt to buy the 1700($20) legend box.

Chances of getting a player? Want a actually good player? Well be prepared to drop not $20, not $200,but upwards to $2000.

People have done the math and you need to spend $2000 and then some on average to get a legendary player. Dont even get me started on the ads. Oh, trying to enter the store? Here's an ad.

Oh, we gave you an ad 5 seconds ago? Here's another ad anyway. It feels like everytime you even so much as breathe, the game decides to give you an ad. Now, this wouldn't be so bad if it wasn't on top of the ridiculously bad in app purchases. Is it bad that I haven't even gotten to the worst part yet? I think it is.

I can sit through ads. I can choose not to spend money.

I cannot however, sit through this ripoff of a 'game'. Most games get harder as you go on, it's basic game design. Tap Sports baseball? They take it a step further by making it literally impossible to progress further without spending more money. That's because there is NO game.

You literally just tap on the screen to make your batter swing, except that whether you get a hit isn't based on skill or timing, but rather based on how much money youve spent on getting better characters. The fact that the game can make you lose by throwing you 3 straight 102 mph unhittable curveballs should tell you enough. I haven't even scratched the surface on how unfair this game is, but I'm sure you can all see where I'm coming from.

So why you might ask, is this game so popular? It has good ratings and a large fanbase. That's because they are litteraly addicted. The game is somehow more scummy and deceptive than Last Vegas. Please just do yourself a favor and go buy lottery tickets, I promise you'll be better off financially and mentally than playing this game. If none of my words have swayed you, I'll leave you with this.

People with VIP status(spent $1000+) won't even get to keep that title when the new version gets released and everyone's hard work and money is erased from history and everyone starts over fresh. Don't download this game, please.' ,708000000,11,null,null,'0','Darryl Wong',null,null,2,null,null,null,'Kishiuchi',null,2,null,null,null,'very inconsistent. Season mode is an absolute joke. You play a bunch of mediocre teams and then all of a sudden you get to playoffs and everything changes. Pitchers are rated way higher and all of a sudden your 'ace' is absolute trash and gives up 10 or more runs everytime even after using an ice pack.

Also is impossible to keep improving your team without spending a lot of money. Overall good premise for a game but way too many things wrong to give a better rating',758000000,3,null,null,'7','Kyle Kishiuchi',null,null,2,null,null,null,'Google user',null,2,null,null,null,'would be good but the company is money hungry so they rig it.

You have to spend money everyday if you want a bonus player for the event and I mean alot of money. And the rewards from the events are worthless compared to the money they make you spend. Each mode is rigged so you have to spend money to win and if you dont then you just won't win. Please stop spending money on this game, only then will they maybe make some changes. Until then please use another company for your baseball game fix',869000000,6,null,null,'3','A Google user',null,null,2,null,null,null,'Miller',null,2,null,null,null,'like the game play. But, honestly, the pitching from opponents is a joke.

Most of the pitchers can't pitch the ball 55 feet, let alone 66 feet 6 inches. 80% of the pitchers are in the dirt. And the breaking pitches.a pitch starts out headed for the hitter u0026 breaks so much that it ends up 3 feet outside. Not realistic at all.' ,141000000,0,null,null,'2','Steve Miller',null,null,2,null,null,null,'Spiva',null,2,null,null,null,'is fun and addicting. Lots of events and club vs club events.

The only thing I will say is they make it really hard and almost impossible to get good players. The app itself is geared to spending money to beef up your players and stats.

But if you are just a fam in the game and are okay with getting what you get without spending money then this is a fun game.' ,139000000,3,null,null,'2','Ryan Spiva',null,null,2,null,null,null,'Southerland',null,2,null,null,null,'has a terrible reward system, the rewards are not equivalent to the amount of time and effort used to when the reward. Gives 1,2 and 3 star players to a 5 star team. And the games played are not close to being even, a 30,000 power can beat a 63,000 power team, wow unbelievable.

Has anyone ever seen a pro pitcher throw 30 to 40 pitches into the ground a foot in front of the plate. The achievement rewards are ridiculously unreachable. THIS GAME DOES NEED FIXING',700000000,0,null,null,'2','Patrick Southerland',null,null,2,null,null,null,'Donovan',null,2,null,null,null,'this game at all costs. The game is full of glitches. When you report things to the developers, they find every which way they can to screw you around. If you do decide to download the game, avoid investing in the Stadium Gold, GLU does not keep an accurate record of your gold spending.

If you bring this to the attention of the development team you end up getting a run around which turns out to be a huge waste of time. DO NOT SPEND ANY MONEY ON THIS GAME, IT IS A WASTE OF MONEY.' ,936000000,14,null,null,'2','Tim Donovan',null,null,2,null,null,null,'durham',null,2,null,null,null,'is fun and addicting but if you don't spend money like me it's nearly impossible to complete. Used to be very fun and you could watch videos for gold now they don't want to load or don't pay out.

Response from glu not our issue it's with the advertising companies, in all actuality it is their problem but they refuse to fix. Hopefully next year is better. Wish it was more like 17 in some aspects.' ,762000000,18,null,null,'4','casey durham',null,null,2,null,null,null,'Shaffer',null,2,null,null,null,'is pay-to-win gambling dressed up as a baseball game. It started out requiring some fun skill and strategy. As the season went on, they dialed up the difficulty to the point that skill no longer mattered and you had to buy restarts with gold to win.

The mechanics are terrible. Even maxed out legend players can't hit offspeed pitches. Certain mediocre pitchers dominate you because they don't throw fastballs. In the later stages of Walk Off Hero (one of the very few potentially fun parts), you can only win by getting a 'lucky' string of hittable straight pitches. You got Babe Ruth?

Doesn't matter, he can't hit curve balls either regardless of your skill at timing. Got all curves again? No worries, just restart using gold that you bought with real money.

Oh, that happened ten times in a row? We'll, pony up the cash, you cheapo! I could go on endlessly about the strategies Glu uses to make this a pure cash grab but instead I'll just say that this potentially awesome game is a huge disappointment.' ,543000000,0,null,null,'9','Andrew Shaffer',null,null,2,null,null,null,'a good game with simple controls. One improvement I would suggest is that people can get on base with an infield hit or a hit that doesn't go far from the infield. Usually, you need an error to get on base if the ball doesn't get half way through the outfield. But, in a real baseball game, batters get to first pretty reliably of a ball ends up outside the diamond, even if it isn't deep into the outfield.

It's a very rare occurrence that I get on base with a short hit without an error. Overall, I think this is a great game.' ,797000000,7,null,null,'7','Donny',null,null,2,null,null,null,'Vydas',null,2,null,null,null,'to drop my initial score down to 2 stars.

This game is impossible to win once you spend some time on it, you'll have to start spending money to win any games after a short while initially or seemed fair and entertaining enough but once the novelty of a new game wears off you'll begin to pick up on the fact this is just more pay2win marketing seen all too often in the playstore and MLB Tap Sports is more than happy to take your money. I'm will set with another money pit.' ,978000000,2,null,null,'4','Chris Vydas',null,null,2,null,null,null,'Jones',null,2,null,null,null,'just started really getting into the game but now it won't load. Like someone else had just posted, I finally got a couple good players through the free draft picks and then the game froze, closed, and now it won't load. Stops at 37% and throws a message telling me to check for 'anonymous proxies' or a 'jailbroken device'. I am not using any proxies and my device has never been jailbroken (Note 8 on Verizon).

Clearing app data and reinstalling did not resolve the issue. Put in a ticket with GLU but haven't heard anything yet.

Will update rating based on how this gets resolved.' ,112000000,2,null,null,'0','Ryan Jones',null,null,2,null,null,null,'Marshall',null,2,null,null,null,'is too expensive to buy, and when you do have it and spend it in the in-game store, the amount of gold you spend is ridiculous and doesn't balance out to whatever you 'win' in whichever MYSTERY BOX you spend your gold on. You could spend 600-1000+ gold bars to buy a mystery box that gives you a player that you already have, isn't that great, or that the game will even give you for free because it's not a very sought after player. Would be great if you could trade players among club members, even if it cost a little game cash or gold to do so.' ,540000000,0,null,null,'3','Kimberly Marshall',null,null,2,null,null,null,'Kimball',null,2,null,null,null,'Im an actual player who wasted months on this game to get nowhere.

My team has completely halted it progress for the last seve.

MLB Tap Sports Baseball 2018 is here, just like the new Major League Baseball season, and once again, it’s presented to us by Glu Games, the company that’s arguably better known for its long line of celebrity titles (including games endorsed by the Kardashians and Jenners, Nicki Minaj, and other famous people), and the Deer Hunter line of games. This game, however, is all about America’s Pastime, and in here, you can take control of your favorite MLB team, build it up by “drafting” players from other teams, and competing in a treasure trove of game modes as you keep improving your team and upgrading your players. Everyone in this game is a real-life MLB player, with stats that reflect their real-life performance, though just as a heads-up for those who are wondering about this game’s management features, everyone remains the same age no matter how many games your team plays.

We weren’t kidding when we said this game is loaded with different modes, and just to give you an idea of what to expect, we shall be talking more in depth about these modes in most, but not all of the tips. That’s because this is our MLB Tap Sports Baseball 2018 strategy guide for intermediate to advanced players, which means you should be checking this out if you’re at Amateur player level or higher. Join us as we talk events, modes, and other features that you may not normally use — everything every intermediate player or higher needs to know at this point of playing the game!

1. What Is Season Mode?

Once you reach Novice level in MLB Tap Sports Baseball 18, you will get to unlock Season Mode. Unlike the actual MLB season, which lasts for 162 games, the seasons in here last about 70 percent as long, at only 116 games. This is another good way to earn some rewards to make your team better, though the rewards in here happen to be unique to the mode. Regardless whether you win or lose, you will earn Pennants — naturally, you can expect to receive more if you win (about 20-40 for losses, 40-60 for wins), and if you go all the way to the big game and “win the Finals” (the World Series, that is), you’ll get 5,000 Pennants as your reward. You can also win XP and other rewards for reaching certain milestones in terms of games played, as well as making the playoffs. Pennants are used to strengthen your players, though the effects will play out separately, depending on which team your players are playing for in real life. For example, you’ll need to pay separately to strengthen the real-life Yankees on your team and those who play for the Red Sox.

Another thing to remember in Season Mode — each of your opponents’ stats (individual player stats and team strength) will be based on their real-life counterparts, so looking at the standings as of this writing, you can expect to have your hands full against the Red Sox in the American League, and you can look forward to an easy win most times around against the perpetually mediocre Padres in the National League.

2. What’s In It For You After You’ve Strengthened Your Players?

Look closely at the information for each of your players. You may not notice it right away because the text is so small, but it’s right below the logo of their real-life team. That refers to the number of times (out of 20) you’ve strengthened them with the Pennant upgrades we mentioned above. Once you reach 20 out of 20 for a certain player, you can then rank them up to a new tier with Evolution, or EVO Tokens. You can win these tokens in a number of game modes, such as the Tower Events (more on them later), Season Mode, or in other limited-time events, and you’ll recognize them as pink tokens with the word EVO on them. They may not seem necessary at first, especially if your team is doing quite well, but you’ll find out soon enough that they’re invaluable, as the game ramps up in difficulty and you move up in terms of player level.

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3. Practice Your Swing For The Tower Events / Home Run Battles

Tower Events, or Home Run Battles, are limited-time events that take place periodically in MLB Tap Sports Baseball, and the basic idea here is that you’ll need to work your way from level to level and beat the opposing slugger ten times per level by driving in home runs as often and as far as possible. Spraying the ball across the field for what would normally be a base hit wouldn’t cut it — home runs are the only thing that count here, and the game will frequently remind you to work on your timing if you end up with a foul ball or fail to hit at the right time and consequently, with the right amount of power. In other words — your swing needs to be impeccable. When choosing sluggers from a group of 12, which would be assigned to you at random, you want to work your way from the weakest to the strongest, preferably dropping the bottom two in terms of slugging rating.

The Autoplay option is available in Tower Events, in case you’re simply having too much trouble timing your hits properly. There is, however, a catch — you’ll need to pay some cash in order to autoplay your round, and once you get to the final two in a level, you will be charged a small amount of diamonds (starting with 10, then 20) if you want to autoplay the last two rounds in a level. Replaying a round you’ve lost will also cost you diamonds — think 40 diamonds upwards per retry. And if you don’t have any more currency to pay for a do-over, or choose not to pay to continue, you’ll be sent back to square one in that level, regardless how far along you were at the time you lost.

We strongly recommend this mode if you’ve mastered the art of slugging, and have the right timing to send the ball past the outfield wall. Otherwise, you may only make it to the second level, unless you’re willing to keep paying gold for those do-overs.

4. Additional Tips To Win In Tower Events

While your sluggers in the Tower Events won’t look like much at first, you should have no problem winning with them in level 1. It’s at level 2 when you may be concerned that these mediocre sluggers of yours aren’t really bringing it compared to the opposition. Never fear, though, as there’s a separate option within these events that allows you to draft new sluggers. Take note that these players will not go to your regular team, but rather to your rotation of 12 sluggers for the Tower Event. You can also upgrade your existing sluggers, also within the scope of Tower Events, though the XP you will use here is NOT separate from the XP you use to upgrade your regular team’s players. Additionally, there’s a good chance you can easily replace most of the 12 sluggers you started with if you spend 4,000 a pop for a second-round draft pick. You can then upgrade them as you go along, which would hopefully eliminate the need for you to spend gold on a first-round draft pick or better.

Speaking of gold, you may notice how quickly your gold disappears when you’re playing a Tower Event. It gets progressively more expensive to replay a round that you’ve lost, and if you’re thinking of giving your sluggers a pre-round boost, that too will cost you gold. As much as possible, make sure that you’re spending nothing more than cash and XP on your slugger upgrades, because you wouldn’t want to run through all your gold simply because you found the prizes in these events to be to good to resist!

As a bonus tip, if you’re up against a particularly tough opponent in the final round of a level, it will once again be all on you, as you will be required to actually do the slugging.

5. You Can Win Rewards By Spending Gold

Strangely enough, there are Fan Events in MLB Tap Sports Baseball 2018 that actually reward you for spending a ton of gold. So if you spent most, if not all of your premium currency while going through those gauntlets of opponents in the Tower Events, you can at least take solace that there are nice rewards if you end up over-investing your gold in such events. Rewards for Fan Events range from a couple thousands worth of cash, draft picks, and even a few of MLB’s better players if you make it to the third to fifth levels. Sure, nobody likes spending too much premium currency, but at least this could serve as a nice consolation if you’ve got a Fan Event going on!

6. Bring Your ‘A’ Game For The Playoffs

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The playoffs we’re referring to here are the ones for the normal games, meaning the ones that have a bearing on your player experience level. (regular PvP games and bonus games). Before you get promoted from one experience level to the next, you’ll need to win a one-game playoff against an actual MLB team lineup for the 2018 season, and the is one time when Autoplay won’t be available to you each time around. In fact, Autoplay is automatically made unavailable whenever the game is close, meaning tied, or if one team is ahead or behind by a run or two. That puts the accountability on you, as you’ll need to do everything we told you in the first guide — check pitcher stats, time your swings properly, use the right players. However, if you’ve got a big lead, or if your opponent is the one pulling away, you’ll be able to use Autoplay to move on to the next inning.

7. You Can Change Your Team Strategy Too

This is sort of a hidden feature, and you might not think about it too much, but you have an option to change your team strategy. Simply go to Team, then Gameday, then tap on the Strategy tab and you can make all the adjustments you wish. Everything is listed as Average by default, but you can make changes at any time you’ve got a live game against a human opponent, and of course, any time you aren’t playing a game. The changes you make in here would solely depend on your desired playing style, although there may be times when you want to shift the infield for strategic purposes, or to walk a batter intentionally — it would all depend on the situation during a live game. Personally, we’re fine with leaving everything as-is 90 percent of the time.

8. Check Out The Other Events In The ‘Compete’ Menu

This guide has been pretty heavy on the events, but that’s not all, as far as MLB Tap Sports Baseball is concerned. By tapping on the Compete button in the Games menu, you can take part in other types of events, including the limited-time Prime Events, which could earn you a ton of gold, a #1 draft pick, and a special Club Event Reward box if you rank first place. Tournaments are pretty easy — this is where you can compete against other human managers in an eight-team tournament, and win a wide variety of possible rewards if you come out on top, such as new players or reward boxes, for instance. We say this is an easy game mode because the game, in general, tries to match you up against teams that have a similar rating as you. Lastly, there’s Walk Off Hero, which is similar to the Tower Events for slugging, where you can put your “Create A Player” to the test (though other players in your team will be available as well) and see if he can win the game by hitting a run. Take note that created players can only be used in this game mode, which can win you talented new players (think four- or five-star players) if you’re able to ace level 5. Otherwise, a ton of XP, cash, and draft picks await you if you’re not able to make it all the way to the fifth and final level!

9. Join A Club Or Create One

We can understand if you’re not really the type who likes communicating with other players from around the world. MLB Tap Sports Baseball can be played solo without any problem, as this is a game where the social element is optional, and not a key part of the game mechanics. But it’s still highly recommended that you join a club in the game, as this will give you exclusive access to the Club Shop, where you can purchase a range of items not available in the ordinary in-game shop, and allow you to take place in special Club Events. In order to maximize your membership, make sure you’re joining an active, and preferably large club, and that you’re always ready to return the favor if someone contributes to your team!

10. Ice Wraps And Energy Drinks – Expensive But Useful

At the start of the game, you’ll still have a couple of Ice Wraps and Energy Drinks for your pitchers, and these two boosts can indeed be quite useful to your pitching rotation. Putting an Ice Wrap on your top pitcher will allow him to start another game for you at 100 percent, while Energy Drinks can revitalize a tired pitcher and raise his energy levels so you can keep him in the game longer. We suggest that you try your very best not to spend any gold on these items — they are quite expensive, with a single Ice Wrap costing $60, and an Energy Drink worth $20.