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Demo copies are being sent out for MLB 13: The Show this week (we should be getting ours this week, fingers crossed). Twitter user Chris Johnson has his copy already, and posted the overall rating for each team. Here is how your new-look Blue Jays team fare:

  • Arencibia, J.P. (C): 81
  • Bautista, Jose (RF): 98
  • Blanco, Henry (C): 75
  • Bonifacio, Emilio (2B): 87
  • Buehrle, Mark (SP): 80
  • Cabrera, Melky (LF): 83
  • Davis, Rajai (LF): 74
  • Delabar, Steve (SU): 87
  • DeRosa, Mark (3B): 64
  • Dickey, R.A. (SP): 93
  • Encarnacion, Edwin (DH): 88
  • Happ, J.A. (LRP): 72
  • Izturis, Maicer (2B): 77
  • Janssen, Casey (CP): 88
  • Johnson, Josh (SP): 94
  • Lawrie, Brett (3B): 80
  • Lincoln, Brad (MRP): 74
  • Lind, Adam (1B): 77
  • Morrow, Brandon (SP): 90
  • Oliver, Darren (MRP): 84
  • Rasmus, Colby (CF): 76
  • Reyes, Jose (SS): 95
  • Rogers, Esmil (MRP): 71
  • Romero, Ricky (SP): 83
  • Santos, Sergio (SU): 85

Comments (18)

  1. Encarnacion is kinda los

  2. I am honestly requesting an explanation for how high Bonifacio’s ranking is. I don’t know anything about him.

  3. Santos is an 85, yet Rasmus is a 76?

    • pitcher vs positional. Pitchers have inflated ratings because they are compared to other pitchers, likewise with positiona players.

  4. johnson is better then dickey?

  5. JJ>Dickey ?

    JPA > Lawrie?

    Bonaficio > Melky, Lawrie, Rasmus, Lind, Arencibia ??????

    Reyes too high

  6. who knows a website to watch todays spring training game

  7. My big question is do they have Dickey’s proper fast knuckler in the game? No more of this “topping out at 71″ nonsense.

  8. Imma need a cigarette.

  9. all the players’ ratings are respective to their position. so JPA is 81 for a catcher, Lawrie is 80 for a 3B. Different tools are weighted differently across positions, so you can’t really compare across positions

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