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MLB The Show 19: Signature Series Albert Pujols and Mike Trout Out Now in 10th Inning Program


San Diego Studio (SDS) just released yet another sizable content update for MLB The Show 19 Diamond Dynasty. This update includes nearly a dozen new cards (including signature series Albert Pujols and Mike Trout), the new 10th Inning program, new collection rewards, a new conquest map, new moments and more. Here’s a complete breakdown of all the new content.


The 10th Inning Program is now open. Earn 300 points in the program to select one of the following Signature Series players from a choice pack: 99 Mike Schmidt, 99 Albert Pujols or 99 Mike Trout. Below is a look at all three players’ attributes and card art.




After a long eight months, SDS has finally released Signature Series cards for Schmidt, Pujols, Trout and Jimmie Foxx, who was added as a 12-0 Battle Royale reward last week. Only a few big names haven’t received a Signature Series card to this point, including Cy Young and Joe Torre.

Overall, Diamond Dynasty is welcoming nine new cards, and all of them are Signature Series. Each of these cards are obtainable by either completing 10th Inning Program milestones, completing new moments, opening packs or buying them from the marketplace. Here’s a list of new cards that haven’t been mentioned so far.

  • Barry Larkin, Diamond 99 overall, Signature Series, Reds SS
  • Christy Mathewson, Diamond 99 overall, Signature Series, Giants SP
  • Dale Murphy, Diamond 99 overall, Signature Series, Braves CF
  • Freddie Freeman, Diamond 99 overall, Signature Series, Braves 1B
  • Shawn Green, Diamond 99 overall, Signature Series, Dodgers OF
  • A.J. Burnett, Diamond 99 overall, Signature Series, Marlins SP


The new Headliners pack bundle is available now in the pack store. Each bundle costs 7,500 stubs and contains three random Headliners packs from sets 1-25. Each pack guarantees at least a silver player with a chance to receive diamonds from the list below.

  • Set 1: Joe Torre, Mark Prior
  • Set 2: Eloy Jimenez, Fernando Tatis Jr.
  • Set 3: Eddie Murray, Andre Dawson
  • Set 4: Jake Arrieta, Bill Mazeroski
  • Set 5: Vladimir Guerrero Jr., Adam Dunn
  • Set 6: Adam Jones, Bert Blyleven
  • Set 7: Zack Greinke,Wade Boggs
  • Set 8: Dellin Betances, Ernie Banks
  • Set 9: Brian McCann, Enos Slaughter
  • Set 10: Dustin Pedroia, Larry Doby
  • Set 11: CC Sabathia, Jimmie Foxx
  • Set 12: Dennis Eckersley, Lou Brock
  • Set 13: Justin Upton, Jim Palmer
  • Set 14: Corey Kluber, Monte Irvin
  • Set 15: Richie Ashburn, Roy Oswalt
  • Set 16: Willie Stargell, Benito Santiago
  • Set 17: Evan Longoria, Troy Percival
  • Set 18: Paul Goldschmidt, Ken Griffey Sr.
  • Set 19: Nelson Cruz, Fergie Jenkins
  • Set 20: David Price, Luis Aparicio
  • Set 21: Robinson Cano, Carlos Gonzalez
  • Set 22: Buster Posey, Luis Gonzalez
  • Set 23: Ryan Zimmerman, Dave Parker
  • Set 24: Jon Lester, Harmon Killebrew
  • Set 25: Jose Reyes, Rollie Fingers

Lastly, MLB The Show released a schedule for upcoming content drops, live streams and much more. There will be just one more SDS live stream for the rest of MLB The Show 19. In a broadcast Thursday, developers confirmed there will be an 11th Inning program. Here is the full schedule for the upcoming month.

You can read more about all of the new content here.

What do you think of the recent content updates? Are you already grinding the 10th Inning Program? Which of the new cards do you need on your team right away? Let us know in the comment section below, and don’t forget to subscribe to SGO.

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