MLB 15: The Show week 23 roster update
After a disappointing update last week that added zero new players despite many that had become eligible since being called up at the beginning of the month, the latest roster for MLB 15: The Show features 36 new players but only five of them are rookies.
Corey Seager, SS, Dodgers (73 Overall, A Potential)
Hector Olivera, 3B, Braves (69 Overall, D Potential)
Colin Rea, SP, Padres (67 Overall, A Potential)
Miguel Almonte, SP, Royals (65 Overall, A Potential)
John Hicks, C,...
MLB 15: The Show week 22 roster update
The latest roster update for MLB 15: The Show was expected to carry some significance, not for the ratings changes this time around but rather the new players that would beÂ added. WithÂ September call-ups many players would become eligible to make their debut in The Show following their appearances in a Major League game. Surprisingly however, zero new players have been addedÂ to the game's roster this week.Â (more…)...
MLB 15: The Show week 21 roster update
WhileÂ the roster update this weekÂ for MLB 15: The Show isn't very significant on the surface, there is an intriguing set of new rookies making their way into the game. With rosters expanding in September there will be many more of them in the updates to follow.
Players with notable ratings movement this week: Zack Greinke (+1 to 95),Â Max Scherzer (-1 to 94), Kris Medlen (+4 to 83), Justin Verlander (+5 to 82), Hanley Ramirez (-5 to 82),Â Francisco Lindor (+5 to 81),Â Miguel Sano (+4 to...
MLB 15: The Show week 20 roster update
This week's roster update for MLB 15: The Show is relatively minor, following the substantial one two weeks ago, and then the last one that made adjustments from that. Movers include Felix Hernandez (-1 to 93), Chris Davis (+2 to 86), Carlos Gomez (-2 to 86), Hisashi Iwakuma (+1 to 85), and Anthony Rendon (-2 to 84). (more…)...
MLB 15: The Show week 19 roster update
One week after the long-awaited sweeping ratings reevaluation for the entire league arrived, the latest roster update for MLB 15: The Show is a return to normalcy. Some of the ratings changes even appear to correct questionable movement fromÂ that last update.
The roster file, though it appears to update in-game, is not the new one at the moment. The ratings mentioned below are not changed and the new players are not included. This will be updated when the new roster is live. [Update] It ...
Super Mega Baseball: Extra Innings now available on Xbox One
One of the best sports games last year was not licensed, nor was it a pure simulation. It was exclusive to the PS4 and it didn't even release until December. Now that game, along with some new content, has made it over to the Xbox One.
Super Mega Baseball: Extra Innings went out today on Xbox One and is being sold for $17 to Xbox Live Gold members or $20 otherwise. There is also a trial version for those who'd like to get a feel for the game before committing to a purchase.Â (more&hellip...
MLB 15: The Show week 18 roster update
It appears the massive reevaluation of player ratings for MLB 15: The Show, originally slated to dropÂ around the All-StarÂ break, has finally made it out today. The latest roster update has delivered a ton of ratings changes and many of which have proven to be significant.
Among the group on the rise are Paul Goldschmidt (+1 to 98), Bryce Harper (+1 to 96), Jose Ferneandez (+3 to 95), Buster Posey (+2 to 95), Jose Altuve (+3 to 92), Anthony Rizzo (+2 to 92), Jake McGee (+6 to 91),Â Koji ...
MLB 15: The Show Week 17 Roster Update
The promised sweeping ratings reevaluation for the entirety of the league is now approaching being a month overdue, but today's roster update for MLB 15: The Show is still a significant one.Â This is the post-trade deadline update and featuresÂ all the movement including Troy Tulowitzki and David Price to the Blue Jays, Yoenis Cespedes to the Mets, Johnny Cueto to the Royals, Carlos Gomez to the Astros, and Cole Hamels to the Rangers.
Among those to see their ratings rise this weekÂ are J...