A new roster update is out for MLB 13: The Show, just in time for the baseball’s opening day. Justin Hampton and Rafael Perez have been added to the game, and there are 250 player moments in total for this update. Some of the roster changes include:
Adam Eaton (ARI): Sent down to the minors
Aroldis Chapman (CIN): Moved from starting to closer
Ben Francisco (NYY): Traded from the Indians to the Yankees
Brennan Boesch (NYY): Traded from the Tigers to the Yankees
Brett Lawrie (TOR): Sent down to the minors
Chris Snyder (LAA): Traded from the Nationals to the Angels
David Ortiz (BOS): Sent down to the minors
Derek Jeter (NYY): Sent down to the minors
Derek Lowe (TEX): Signed to the Texas Rangers
Gerardo Parra (ARI): Off the bench, now a starter
J.A. Happ (TOR): Brought up from the minors
Jason Giambi (CLE): Sent down to the minors
Jason Motte (STL): Sent down to the minors
Jeff Niemann (TB): Moved from starting to relief
Johan Santana (NYM): Sent down to the minors
Jonathan Broxton (CIN): Moved from closer to relief
Jonny Venters (ATL): Sent down to the minors
Jordan Scahfer (ATL): Brought up from the minors
Jose Iglesias (BOS): Brought up from the minors
Kyle Lohse (MIL): Signed to the Brewers
Lyle Overbay (NYY): Traded from the Red Sox to the Yankees
Maicer Izturis (TOR): Off the bench, now a starter
Mark Teixeira (NYY): Sent down to the minors
Mike Carp (BOS): Off the bench, now a starter
Mitchell Boggs (STL): Moved to the closer position
Phil Hughes (NYY): Sent down to the minors
Rick Ankiel (HOU): Off the bench, now a starter
Ricky Romero (TOR): Sent down to the minors
Roberto Hernandez (TB): Moved from relief to starting
Ronny Cedeno (HOU): Traded from the Cardinals to the Astros
Stephen Drew (BOS): Sent down to the minors
Vernon Wells (NYY): Traded from the Angels to the Yankees
Yuniesky Betancourt (MIL): Traded from the Phillies minors to the Brewers
Pop the game in, a message will prompt you to download the updated roster.
Sony has released a title update for MLB 13: The Show, which includes numerous fixes to art, online play, backend functions, and several hiccups. Below is a breakdown of all the fixes and changes, via MLB The Show Nation:
- In offline and online games, there was an occasional hitch/millisecond delay just as the pitcher would release the pitch. This was reported with a frequency ranging from approximately 10%
- 40%. The title was writing data to the HDD at this point, causing the brief, but noticeable hiccup in the gameplay. When the title writes to the HDD has been adjusted, and this hitch/delay will no longer occur.
- Franchise Fantasy Draft blank screen in Standard Def only. This was reported with a 100% frequency. In a Franchise mode, when performing a Fantasy Draft, the first round worked correctly. Every round after the first round would have a blank list of available players and drafted players. User could scroll through the empty list and choose players, but the player names were invisible. This was standard definition only. This has been fixed.
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With both MLB 13: The Show and MLB 2K13 dropping tomorrow morning, we decided to take a look at how each game looks. Last week we showed you some The Show screenshots of the 2013 Jays, so we used those shots as a basis for comparison. Here are some side-by-sides, comparing the two games. Hopefully this will make your decision clearer on which game you should pick up tomorrow.
We haven’t gotten our copy of MLB 13: The Show yet (fingers crossed tomorrow), but our new friend Chris Johnson has been supplying us with screenshots of the Jays at home. My favorite is the Bautista home jersey stance, but take a look at your 2013 Toronto Blue Jays at home.
MLB 13: The Show leak week continues as today we bring you some classic stadiums. Sony has included 10 old school stadiums to play in, and the best news is that they’re all free. Here are the 10 stadiums you get, followed by some screens of each one:
Crosley Field (Cincinnati, Ohio)
Forbes Field (Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania)
Griffith Stadium (Washington, D.C. )
Hubert H. Humphrey Metrodome (Minneapolis, Minnesota)
Polo Grounds (Upper Manhattan, New York)
Shea Stadium (Queens, New York)
Shibe Park (Philadelphia, Pennsylvania)
Sportsman’s Park (St. Louis, Missouri)
Sun Life Stadium (Miami Gardens, Florida)
Yankee Stadium (South Bronx, New York)
Once again, shoutout to Chris Johnson, who’s been dropping these pics on the daily.
Yesterday we showed you how the Jays roster was looking, as well at some hat controversy. Today we continue MLB 13: The Show leak week with the official intro to the game. The intro features Jose Bautista, Bryce Harper, Buster Posey, Miguel Cabrera, CC Sabathia, Matt Kemp, Ryan Braun and cover athlete Andrew McCutchen. Interesting choice of song, going with the Imagine Dragons song, “Radioactive”: