Diamond Dynasty – 2022 Postseason Program and Event

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In Diamond Dynasty, the yearly Postseason Program is here with the 2022 Postseason Program currently headlined by Postseason Teoscar Hernandez. The 2022 Postseason Program will continue to evolve up through the World Series and will continue to get better and better rewards for those teams that advance. In MLB The Show 22, we also have the Postseason Event that will be running until October 28.

2022 Postseason Program

2022 Postseason Program

Wild Card Players

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  • Postseason Jose Siri
  • Postseason Yasmani Grandal (flashback)
  • Postseason Juan Yepez
  • Postseason Brandon Nimmo
  • Postseason Tommy Edman (flashback)
  • Postseason Teoscar Hernandez

Wild Card Moments

  • Yep, One Pitch
    • Difficulty: Veteran
    • Hit 1 home run
  • Pair Of RBI Jeans
    • Difficulty: Rookie
    • Tally 1 hit
    • Tally 2 RBI
  • Siri Opens The Gates
    • Difficulty: Veteran
    • Hit 1 home run
  • Oscar Provides Offense
    • Difficulty: Veteran
    • Hit 1 home run
  • Teoscar Came To Play
    • Difficulty: Veteran
    • Tally 6 total bases
  • Santana Sparks Mariners Comeback
    • Difficulty: Rookie
    • Hit 1 home run
  • Nimmo Leads The Charge
    • Difficulty: Rookie
    • Tally 3 hits
  • Java Joe Brews Historical Start
    • Difficulty: Rookie
    • Pitch 7 innings
    • Do not give up 2 hits

Wild Card Missions

  • 500 PxP with Rays
  • 500 PxP with Blue Jays
  • 500 PxP with Cardinals
  • 500 PxP with Mets
  • 150 PxP with Postseason Jose Siri
  • 150 PxP with Postseason Yasmani Grandal
  • 150 PxP with Postseason Juan Yepez
  • 150 PxP with Postseason Brandon Nimmo
  • 150 PxP with Postseason Tommy Edman
  • 150 PxP with Postseason Teoscar Hernandez

Rewards

  • 3 points – The Show pack
  • 6 points – 500 stubs
  • 9 points – Diamond universal profile banner
  • 12 points – Postseason Jose Siri
  • 15 points – 500 stubs
  • 18 points – The Show pack
  • 21 points – Postseason Yasmani Grandal
  • 24 points – The Show pack
  • 27 points – Postseason Juan Yepez
  • 30 points – Diamond bat skin
  • 33 points – Postseason Brandon Nimmo
  • 36 points – The Show pack (x3)
  • 39 points – 1,500 stubs
  • 42 points – Postseason Tommy Edman
  • 45 points – Headliners pack (x3)
  • 48 points – Postseason Teoscar Hernandez
  • 51 points – 2,500 stubs
  • 52 points – Ballin’ Out Of Control pack
  • 54 points – Diamond universal profile icon

Postseason Event

2022 Postseason Program and Postseason Event

With the Postseason Event, you have until October 28 to get to 30 wins and the Finest Paul Konerko card. Along the way, you can also snag Finest Duke Snider, Finest Orel Hershiser, and Finest Tom Henke.

  • Postseason, Finest, Milestone, Awards, Prime, Takashi Okazaki, Signature, Faces of the Franchise, Postseason teams
  • 3-inning games
  • Difficulty: All-Star
  • Free entries (as always)

Rewards

  • 1 win – The Show pack
  • 3 wins – 2,000 stubs
  • 5 wins – Rewind Events choice pack (x2), 1,500 XP
  • 8 wins – Headliners Set 50 choice pack
  • 10 wins – Rewind Events choice pack (x2), 2,000 XP
  • 15 wins – Finest Orel Hershiser, 2,000 XP

Finest Orel Hershiser

  • 18 wins – Ballin’ Is A Habit pack, 1,500 XP
  • 20 wins – Finest Duke Snider, 2,500 XP

Finest Duke Snider

  • 23 wins – Juicy Set 1 choice pack, 1,500 XP
  • 25 wins – Finest Tom Henke, 2,500 XP

Finest Tom Henke

  • 28 wins – Juicy Set 2 pack, 1,500 XP
  • 30 wins – Finest Paul Konerko, 2,500 XP

Finest Paul Konerko

  • 35 wins – Rewind Events choice pack (x2), 3,000 XP
  • 40 wins – The Show 22 pack (x10), 3,500 XP
  • 45 wins – Rewind Events choice pack (x2), 4,500 XP
  • 50 wins – Ballin’ Out Of Control pack (x3), 5,000 XP
  • 55 wins – The Show pack (x10), 5,000 XP
  • 60 wins – The Show pack (x10), 5,000 XP
  • 65 wins – The Show pack (x10), 5,000 XP
  • 70 wins – Ballin’ Out Of Control pack (x3), 5,000 XP
  • 75 wins – Ballin’ Out Of Control pack (x5), 5,000 XP

Bottom Line

The 2022 Postseason Program is one of my favorites every year because it’s a chance to get a bunch of random players you would not otherwise see. Of course, they’ll all mostly have insane ratings, but they’re easy cards to get and use.

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