will feature Sony Partners in the game for a second straight year. In the past two days, these content creators have revealed a new legend in MLB The Show 20. Here is a list, with videos, of each new legend reveal.
The Show developers promised that this year’s legends would primarily be from the 1990’s and 2000’s, and by the looks of this list, they’ve certainly delivered on that promise.
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Robin Roberts was one of the best pitchers in baseball from 1950-1956, making the All-Star team all seven seasons and leading the league in wins four straight times. While Roberts isn’t a household name for most gamers today because of when he played, he’s sure to have a highly-rated Signature Series card at some point this year.
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A career .295 hitter who was extremely dependable for almost all of his 14 major league seasons, Juan Pierre will likely have over 100 contact and over 90 speed on his signature series card. Similar to MLB The Show 19’s Kenny Lofton, this card could be lethal if used correctly.
Ryan Klesko’s career numbers aren’t overwhelming, but he was a quality power bat in lineups for the Atlanta Braves and San Diego Padres in the 90’s and early 2000’s.
A power hitter before his time, Dave Kingman amassed 442 home runs in his 16 years in the bigs, ending his career in 1986. With a 6’6″ frame, Kingman compares nicely to The Show 19’s Frank Thomas cards.
Here is a list of all confirmed new legends in this year’s game.
23 Confirmed Legends for MLB The Show 20 pic.twitter.com/mG3nITQ31r
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