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10-Dec-2017 12:27

While we recognize some players look forward to starting over each season, the downside of doing a reset can be significant.

Match quality can be poor for several weeks after a season ends as players recalibrate to their actual skill ranking.

As part of the initial version of patch 7.6 that hit the PBE, some mystery Urgot assets were uncovered.

They were quickly removed in updates following, and Riot hasn't said anything about them.

Let me say it a bit louder for the audience in the back - runes are going to be free!

The new rune system will bring over the keystone system and there’s about to be some really neat skill and passive additions to help cater to your specific type of gameplay.

Altuve is Altuve, with a .320/.383/.510 line, and Kipnis has come back from injury well, with six homers and 20 RBIs.

Jonathan Schoop, Orioles: 149,060 Yankees fans are turning up at the online polls in droves for Castro, who is hitting .322/.358/.477 with seven homers and 28 RBIs, building on a terrific 2016. Ramirez has an OPS of .860, Donaldson is a former AL Most Valuable Player Award winner who is just getting back on the field after missing more than a month with a lingering right calf strain, and Headley is getting lots of votes from Yankees fans who appreciate his presence in the lineup and at third base for a first-place club.

Each Reward Level requires 20 wins [Update: This has been changed to 12 wins] to unlock, and they are sequential - you unlock Silver rewards after Bronze, Gold after Silver, and so on.updates for the National League for the 88th All-Star Game presented by Master Card, set for Marlins Park in Miami on July 11. Yan Gomes, Indians: 240,688 Perez is the league's standard for defense behind the plate and he's also been the best hitter at his position in the league, with 11 home runs, 29 RBIs and an .787 OPS entering Wednesday's games. Alonso, meanwhile, is one of the true breakout stars of early 2017, with a 1.052 OPS, 14 homers and 31 RBIs. And on Wednesday, the opening American League voting totals were revealed. Castillo has a .317/.339/.467 slash line, and Mc Cann is enjoying his new home in Houston with six homers and a .360 on-base percentage. Santana ranks tied for fifth among AL first basemen with 30 RBIs, Hosmer has posted a .299/.357/.438 slash line, and Gurriel has contributed to a formidable Astros attack with four homers in his first full Major League season. • But there are still plenty of AL luminaries aiming to represent their league in Miami, and the tabulation has begun.

Yuli Gurriel, Astros: 182,945 A .780 OPS with five homers and 22 RBIs isn't very Cabrera-like, but reputation goes a long way toward All-Star Game selection, and fans are clearly expecting Miggy to be Miggy again very soon. Cano is leading all AL second basemen with 10 homers and 34 RBIs and has an OPS of .877, while Schoop is as solid as ever with an OPS of .801 plus seven homers and 24 RBIs. As you can see in the above vid from [email protected], with more details in their post, there's been an update to how the map looks during champion select.