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The official weekly MLB 15 The Show roster update is available now. The update adds 11 players and includes 113 player movements. The "Big Update", scheduled to release around the All-Star break, is still being worked on.

Daddy Leagues have posted the attribute changes for the roster update, some of the changes include Bryce Harper +1 (95), Chris Sale +2 (95), Zack Greinke +2 (94), Joey Votto -2 (89), Nelson R. Cruz -2 (88), Michael Brantley -2 (87), Justin Upton -4 (86), Lorenzo Cain +1 (85), J.D. Martinez +4 (85), Ian Kinsler -2 (84), Eric Hosmer -1 (84), Matt Carpenter -3 (83), Hector Santiago +2 (83), Charlie Blackmon +1 (82), Cameron Maybin +3 (81) and more.

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# 1 TGov @ 07/20/15 09:08 AM
Still no love for Xander... BS

EDIT: kinda funny how Brian Johnson's added before he even debuted but I'm not complaining.
 
# 2 UNDERTAKER1215 @ 07/20/15 09:52 AM
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Originally Posted by TGov
Still no love for Xander... BS

EDIT: kinda funny how Brian Johnson's added before he even debuted but I'm not complaining.
They say they can't add them until they debut, but its pretty much as long as they're called up.
 
# 3 Bondsfan @ 07/20/15 10:15 AM
Well, still not a big overhaul of the ratings system as allegedly promised. Although I'm certainly happy they finally made Matt Duffy respectable. His OPS is just below Kris Bryant and both are rookies. Kris Bryant has an 84 rating and up until today Duffy was rated 69. Since both are rookies, its only their stats this year that should affect their ratings and this is their slash lines:

Ave OBP Slug OPS HR
263 373 458 831 12 --> Bryant
299 340 463 803 8 --> Duffy

So Bryant is rated 84 and Duffy was a 69 until today when he's finally been bumped to 75. My question is, why was there such a huge discrepancy and why does it take so long to bump an emerging player like this once they've shown what they can do, yet for other rookies they shoot up in ratings quickly? How does SCEA pick their favorites that they are going to overrate quickly?
 
# 4 grgmths1433 @ 07/20/15 10:31 AM
Where is the big overhaul? Can someone explain the details of big overhaul that was promised.
 
# 5 Jros22 @ 07/20/15 11:29 AM
No Update for Carlos Correa again, he is hitting:
.290 8 HR 23 RBI in 35 games with a slash line of .290/.331/.531
With those numbers he is on pace to hit 37 HR and 106 RBI over a full season (162 games) and still his contact in the game is in the 50's and his power is 36 vs RHP 42 vs LHP, other players like Kyle Schwarber has played less games and has higher offensive ratings.
 
# 6 xCULLO @ 07/20/15 11:39 AM
Grienke needs to be a 97 at least, Pitching better than Sherzer at this point in the season and has been for a while.

Joc Perderson also needs a bump defensively, he's been playing gold glove D all year.
 
# 7 bigdipper88 @ 07/20/15 12:25 PM
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Originally Posted by xCULLO
Grienke needs to be a 97 at least, Pitching better than Sherzer at this point in the season and has been for a while.

Joc Perderson also needs a bump defensively, he's been playing gold glove D all year.
Kiermaier is one that needs speed and defensive ratings boost. He's been the best defensive player this season, out of all positions.
 
# 8 SDwinder @ 07/20/15 12:41 PM
Santiago of Angels needs more bumpage too. Yes to Greinke being higher. Correa too and Pedersons D.
 
# 9 TGov @ 07/20/15 12:41 PM
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Originally Posted by UNDERTAKER1215
They say they can't add them until they debut, but its pretty much as long as they're called up.
I believe the only stipulation is they have to be on the 40 man roster
 
# 10 p00p1 @ 07/20/15 04:06 PM
Have they updated anyone's defensive attributes? From what I can tell, they only edit the hitting/pitching stuff.
 
# 11 Steve_OS @ 07/21/15 08:35 AM
Updated the OP, but the "Big update" scheduled to release "around the All-Star break", is still being worked on.

http://forums.theshownation.com/foru...800#post423800

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We said around the All-Star break and we are still working on the update. It's a huge process to update the entire league it's still coming.
 
# 12 evanreyes @ 07/21/15 02:24 PM
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Originally Posted by Bondsfan
Well, still not a big overhaul of the ratings system as allegedly promised. Although I'm certainly happy they finally made Matt Duffy respectable. His OPS is just below Kris Bryant and both are rookies. Kris Bryant has an 84 rating and up until today Duffy was rated 69. Since both are rookies, its only their stats this year that should affect their ratings and this is their slash lines:

Ave OBP Slug OPS HR
263 373 458 831 12 --> Bryant
299 340 463 803 8 --> Duffy

So Bryant is rated 84 and Duffy was a 69 until today when he's finally been bumped to 75. My question is, why was there such a huge discrepancy and why does it take so long to bump an emerging player like this once they've shown what they can do, yet for other rookies they shoot up in ratings quickly? How does SCEA pick their favorites that they are going to overrate quickly?
Same thing goes for Joe Panik. He is better than Wong in terms of hitting (for average) and fielding, but is still only 81, compared to Wongs 86.
 

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