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If you are running low on coins, then it is possible to get more in short order by selling some of your cards. To do this, go to the Roster screen, tab over to the “sell cards” tab and start selling some of them. However, it is generally not recommended to sell your card unless you don’t really care much about player vs player battles, because having a deep bench allows you to swap in all of your substitute players for extra player vs player battles after your main players run out of stamina.
Early on in the game, when you challenge someone to a player vs player battle, try to pick someone who is level 10 or higher rather than taking the easy temptation of picking a level 3-5 player to challenge. The reason being is that the higher the level, the more likely that they have been challenged before, meaning that their Guard might be gone, which would make it easier to get a collection piece if you won. Otherwise, you will usually win and get nothing because lower level players have their Guard up.
When a situation comes up in the season mode in which you have to choose between either a contact or a power swing, take the player’s skills into account first. If the player has higher power, do a power swing, and if their contact hitting is higher, do a contact swing. If they are the same or almost the same, you’ll still usually have better results doing a contact swing, although it won’t be that much of a difference.
When you start earning rare and star players, oftentimes the game won’t automatically add them to the roster when you autofill the lineup. For these times, it is better to change out the lineup manually, position by position.