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MLB The Show 18 is bringing the heat in March with new, close-to-real-life features.

The Show is always a solid game — no MVP 2005 or anything — that offers both the casual and die-hard baseball fan a number of options to keep you playing through the dog days of summer.
To replicate the relief pitchers’ antics after each Cubs’ home run, staffers dressed up in motion capture suits and did several takes in the studio to get a variety of dance moves. Animators processed the data and game designers built them into scenes at Wrigley Field.
With Road to the Show, Franchise mode and Diamond Dynasty all available, there’s enough on players’ plates.
We’ve already done our wish lists for the upcoming version’s Diamond Dynasty and Road to the Show modes; today, we go over five things we hope to see in this year’s Franchise mode.
In a sports world dominated by “tanking,” fans gravitate toward players of the future like never before. There is no sport that glorifies prospects more than baseball. Stocking your system with talent to groom, play or trade is a fundamental pillar of The Show’s Franchise mode, but some changes are needed.
First, we need a more diversified way to judge talent. The A, B, C potential component was a nice start, but it needs to be more refined. Not every A prospect is the same, so why not implement a plus-minus system to separate the very good from the great?
A+, A, A-, B+, B, B-, etc., will help separate players into more realistic tiers that can help players better understand what a prospect’s upside truly is — especially since players are built on a 1-99 scale for potential anyway. But it doesn’t stop there. Cheap MLB18 Stubs