We've all been frustrated by the sheer amount of random-number-generated (RNG) outcomes in this game. The Companion helps manage expectations, plan better, and outsmart RNGesus.
The best way to track your team's progression over time!
This features My Lineup, a simple way to log every player in your lineup, pick endgame players that you want to acquire, and take detailed notes for every position.
Team Companion is under active development. Join me on Patreon to get access to My Lineup and vote on future features!
Search for any card currently available in the game (and some that aren't) and view stats for nearly every card in the Registry.
Use the Sandbox to compare cards and spec-out trains. Advanced features allow you fully simulate the lineup appearance of a card!
See detailed descriptions of skills, including stat boosts and hidden effects.
Calculate the odds of pulling the Team Sig or Legend card that you want. Generate the best possible lineup for your team. Figure out how many stars you need to spend to get that mileage sig.
Companion tools make your in-game decisions easier!
The Companion Resources include Game Guides to help you better understand the game, and a blog to learn more about the Companion.
Learn how Grade Increases work (both the stat and the ticket) or figure out how Special Training will be applied to your card.
Check out the Companion Blog to learn about new site features or other random topics of interest.
You can gain additional features by supporting me on Patreon! Track your team's progression with Team Companion. Simulate every configuration of a card with Advanced Sandbox. Track League EoS, Ranked, and Club rewards. View full Registry Update details. Feel good about supporting an independent developer!
See my Support Me page to learn more.
The Companion stands with Oakland and with Oakland A's fans. For decades, ownership and MLB leadership has done nothing but push you away. Wolff, Fisher, Selig, and Manfred should be ashamed.
You deserve better.
"If we were to leave Oakland, I think 10 years from now we would be more likely than not looking backward, saying we made a mistake."