Byron Buxton's 95 overall diamond was just released, on Wednesday, in MLB the Show 21 with some of the more incredible stats on a single card.
Minnesota Twins Byron Buxton was named American League player of the month, and MLB the Show has just released his lightning 95 overall diamond card for the game, which is leaving players to grind intensively to obtain him.
Byron Buxton MLB the Show 21: How to Get His 95 Diamond
This card is a very attractive one to obtain with his already insane base attributes, like having a 99 reaction and 99 fielding, and the ability to parallel the card up to five times on top of that. It's unbelievable to see how good this card will be after reaching the "Superfractor Parallel" in the game.
For players who want to just purchase the Byron Buxton card, at the time of this article, the card is not available for purchase on the marketplace.
The process in order to obtain the card will be a long one, as it will have players finish a lot of the moments and missions in the game, but it will be the fastest way in order to do so.
Those that will choose to earn it the free way will have an uphill battle ahead of them. Players will need to complete missions in the "Topps Now" missions and moments within the April monthly awards programs. On top of that, players will have to finish a collection that has 25 cards to obtain.
Players that have been keeping up with the Topps Now will have an easier time than others, but they will still need to finish the April Monthly Awards program in order to try and collect all of the cards.
There will be nine moments to complete for April tasks in the Diamond Dynasty section, which will all give out four monthly award points. There are also 11 missions to complete that give out varying points which can be completed by playing in "Ranked Seasons," "Battle Royale," "Events," "Play vs CPU," "Extra Innings" and "Conquest."
Once completing April's missions and moments and the collection, you're able to earn the Byron Buxton 95-overall lightning diamond card. There hasn't been anyone that has upgraded the card to the Superfractor Parallel at the time of this article, so good luck on the grind.