A couple of days after releasing last week’s roster update (and about one week after the 1.04 patch), Sony San Diego Studios has released patch 1.05 for MLB The Show 17.

The patch will fix a good number of issues all throughout the game. The following are the confirmed patch improvements:

Online Gameplay

  • Various improvements made to online gameplay stability.
  • Challenge of the week live scores will now update correctly.
  • MLB Teams with Matte helmets now display properly in Diamond Dynasty.

Offline and online gameplay

  • Corrected an issue within Franchise Mode where position players were occasionally displayed on the pitching league leaderboard in the ticker bar.
  • Fixed a crash that would rarely happen when more than 200 people are scheduled to retire during the offseason.
  • Pitchers will no longer be pulled too soon during games with quick counts enabled.
  • Minor adjustment to Road to the Show narration commentary.
  • Balanced the success rate of sacrifice bunts and bunts against the shift.
  • Fixed an issue where the Short Stop would be facing in the wrong direction in specific tagging situations.
  • Universal profile MVP icon now unlocks correctly.

Stadiums

  • Corrected an issue within the Polo grounds where an inaccurate Home Run was being called down LF HR wall.
  • Fixed corrupted textures in Old Miami stadium during night games.

Miscellaneous

  • Fixed an issue where the icon and name-plate would not display for some players in Game-rooms.
  • Adjustments made to Home Run celebrations, and running trots.
  • Retuned the sound effects of a bat making contact with the ball.
  • Many consumer crash reports were addressed.
  • Various other minor bug fixes and adjustments made throughout the game.
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Alessandro Seren Rosso
An avid player of sports management games, Alessandro writes about hockey for several online outlets in all over the world. His work appeared, among the others, on The Hockey News, Hockey’s Future, The Hockey Writers and many other. His interest in sports gaming dates back to 1998 with Championship Manager. Today, most of his gaming engagement, much limited by his 3-years-old lovely time-killer, is dedicated to Eastside Hockey Manager.