MLB the Show 22 continues to dazzle baseball and video game fans. With its high-quality graphics, detailed composition, and variety of game modes, there’s something for everyone in the Show. However, where does this game rank among its predecessors?

Here are the top 5 MLB The Show editions.

5, MLB 13 the show

When MLB 12, the show debuted, it struggled to entertain fans due to quirks and glitches with a new console. MLB 13 the Show has eliminated that conundrum. The game has fixed all previous bugs, adding new game modes, making minor improvements to Road to the Show mode, and introducing Postseason mode. This game mode allowed players to skip playing a full 162-game schedule and switch to the high-intensity home format of the Major League Baseball playoffs. He shared coverage between Toronto Blue Jays outfielder Jose Bautista and Pittsburgh Pirates center Andrew McCutchen.

4. MLB 06 The Show

MLB 06 the Show was the first version of the show accessible to mobile gaming devices. Although it offered portability, it didn’t compromise on gameplay or graphics. The game also had one of the best soundtracks in franchise history. Its Road to the Show mode was the first to offer features such as the franchise’s top-tier call-up requirement. Boston Red Sox legend David Ortiz was on the cover.

3. MLB The 17 Show

Just as MLB 13 the Show solved its issues on the Playstation 3, MLB 17 the Show addressed the shortcomings of its predecessor on the Playstation 4. It was also one of the first games in the franchise to allow for less lag and delay during online game mode. . It also offered a host of new features. The game opted for former Seattle Mariners and Cincinnati Reds legend Ken Griffey Jr. to be the face of the cover.

MLB the Show 17 was one of the first games in the franchise to allow less lag and lag during online play mode and also offered a host of new features.  The game also opted for former Seattle Mariners and Cincinnati Reds legend Ken Griffey Jr. to be the face of the cover.
MLB the Show 17 was one of the first games in the franchise to allow less lag and lag during online play mode and also offered a host of new features. The game also opted for former Seattle Mariners and Cincinnati Reds legend Ken Griffey Jr. to be the face of the cover.

2. MLB The 21 Show

In the age of in-game purchases and modes like Ultimate Team and Dueling Dynasties, MLB 21 the Show seemed like the complete package. Although the game experienced delays due to supply chain issues in getting the Playstation 5, users felt it was worth the wait. The ability to import your own soundtrack as well as design your own jerseys was a nice touch for the game. The audio was incredibly crisp, from announcers to bat crunch. The game was also the first time it wasn’t a Sony-only product, opening it up to a whole new audience. Xboxers could now play. San Diego Padres Fernando Tatis Jr. was on the cover.

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1. MLB The 22 Show

The best thing about this franchise is that the latest game is always the best. Game modes like Diamond Dynasty and an enhanced Road to the Show connect the younger generation to such stars. Players can take on legends like Jason Giambi, Orel Herscheiser, and Ron Santo. Plus, it’s likely to be historic coverage featuring 2021 American League MVP and Los Angeles Angels two-way superstar Shohei Ohtani.

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Which iteration of MLB the Show is your favorite?


Edited by Jason Birkelbach

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