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Bryce Harper Officially Signs with Phillies, Here's the Updated MLB The Show 19 Cover & New Video

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Bryce Harper Officially Signs with Phillies, Here's the Updated MLB The Show 19 Cover & New Video

Bryce Harper has officially reached a 13-year, $330 million deal to sign with the Philadelphia Phillies. The team from MLB The Show 19 wasted no time revealing the updated cover.

MLB The Show 19 releases on March 26, exclusively on the PlayStation 4.

Here’s the originally released MLB The Show 19 cover, prior to his signing.

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  1. HolyHell
    Face shot is really dumb but the jersey looks animated. Clearly, SDS updated the jerseys this year and they are not afraid to show them off.

    His expression cries out, “not my first choice but I’m stinking rich and that’s all that really matters.”
    Can't help but Philly was bidding against themselves on this one. If I was a Philly fan I don't know if I would of like this signing, seemed like Harper didn't really want to play for them and he drag this on for way too long.
    Not hating on Harper. I’m impressed he got that much. More power to him. I’m surprised there was no opt out in that contract.
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    Caulfield
    Whats the over/under on him playing 13 years in Philadelphia, 6,7?

    There’s no opt out tho. Or r u saying he’s gonna want to be traded
    Caulfield
    I'm saying Philadelphia got sold a bill of goods and they'll trade him in 6 or 7 years, if not much much sooner

    Good luck trading him if he's a bust when he still has 6 or 7 years of $25m to go!
    Ranking who is the most excited about this signing:
    3. SDS can finally wipe the sweat of their face. They got their cover boy and probably will never go after pending free agents.
    2. Harper and his family
    1. Philly fans. Sorry guys, but he is only there for the money.
    Caulfield
    sucker born every minute. Maybe in Philly its quicker than that . I'd have spent as much as $220-$240 million but not a penny more and certainly not over $300 million. I will be interested in seeing what is in-game salary is, and his overall. IMO he shouldn't be 90+.

    If they do it on his actual performances lately then he'd be lucky to be an 85. Below average fielder, runs alright, average contact, good power against righties, great at drawing walks. Paying entirely for potential based on one year, 4 years ago
    HolyHell
    Ranking who is the most excited about this signing:
    3. SDS can finally wipe the sweat of their face. They got their cover boy and probably will never go after pending free agents.
    2. Harper and his family
    1. Philly fans. Sorry guys, but he is only there for the money.

    No he is here for our cheesesteaks!!! :)
    BigOscar
    If they do it on his actual performances lately then he'd be lucky to be an 85. Below average fielder, runs alright, average contact, good power against righties, great at drawing walks. Paying entirely for potential based on one year, 4 years ago

    Guess what part sabermetrics nerds focus on.
    Trackball
    Guess what part sabermetrics nerds focus on.

    Yup, but that valuable real life skill doesn't really translate to video games. It just influences your Discipline attribute, which is borderline pointless in game
    Is that weird animated thing really going to be the front cover? It looks kind of cheap, like those dodgy photoshops fans make when they're excited about a potential signing. (won't impact me as I'm digital, but it doesn't look right)
    So I am guessing he will be a special case and get his portrait as a phillie in the game too.. proving they can be updated throughout the year but Bryce gets to be special cover guy.
    We seen this last year jake arrieta didn’t get a portrait when he signed late
    Caulfield
    I'm saying Philadelphia got sold a bill of goods and they'll trade him in 6 or 7 years, if not much much sooner

    Or not. $25MM/year is a great deal for the Phillies and won’t hurt their future.
    They have a lucrative TV deal and are going to make a ton on ticket sales and merchandising.
    It be alright for Phillies now but in 10 years time they will be remembered of 2011 again having contracts like Howard uttley Rollins to deal with and rebuild again.
    Hellquist
    I'm going to enjoy sweeping this team each time I play them.

    if Wash re-signeds rendon after 2019 wash shouild be in good shape philly will want out of the deal by 2027 dont be shocked if by 2029 Harper its a DH for BOS or NYY
    etched Chaos
    Caulfield, Bryce got a Full No Trace Clause, he's staying the whole 13 years. When the Universal DH happens, he's gonna be worth every penny.

    i want the Universal DH too but A lot of NL owners will fight it like STL CINY CHC owners and all its takes is 3 or 5 more NL owners to say NO and it wont be passed
    BigOscar
    If they do it on his actual performances lately then he'd be lucky to be an 85. Below average fielder, runs alright, average contact, good power against righties, great at drawing walks. Paying entirely for potential based on one year, 4 years ago

    I expect he will be a 90+ player when the game releases, but he really shouldn't be.
    From my thread:
    Cycloniac

    So, since Bryce Harper has finally signed with the Phillies, I was curious how the TrueSim system projects Harper will play, based on an objective, unbiased analysis of his past three seasons. Many will say the Phillies overpaid for Harper. The TrueSim system agrees, but they may have overpaid by more than you think.
    Here are Harper's calculated ratings for MLB 19 The Show along with my analysis.
    Bryce Harper
    POS RF
    SecPOS OF
    Balanced Hitter
    Contact vs Righties 67
    Contact vs Lefties 64
    Power vs Righties 92
    Power vs Lefties 70
    Vision 58
    Discipline 98
    Clutch 72
    Durability 96
    Speed 53
    Arm Strength 28
    Arm Accuracy 80
    Reaction 61
    Fielding 50
    Steal 42
    Baserunning Aggressiveness 25
    Calculated Overall 81
    Potential 91 (A)
    The good:
    Bryce Harper is still one of the best power hitters in baseball, especially against right-handed pitching. He had an ISO of .258 vs righties in 2018. He also draws walks at a prolific rate, in part because of his power. He had almost a 19 percent walk percentage last season. Harper is also exceptionally durable.
    The bad:
    Bryce Harper is a defensive liability in the outfield. He has been consistently not just below average, but extremely below average, according to both Statcast and Baseball Info Solutions data. Although the TrueSim system now uses Statcast's Outs Above Average for outfielders, it is worth noting that Harper's Defensive Runs Saved/yr in 2018 was an abysmal -22.
    Harper grades out as an above average rightfielder, but he was significantly overpaid. However, he is entering his age 26 season and still has a few years before he reaches his prime. The question is whether he will be able to do that in a Phillies uniform and live up to the hype surrounding his ridiculous new contract.
    Cycloniac
    I expect he will be a 90+ player when the game releases, but he really shouldn't be.
    Contact vs Righties 67
    Contact vs Lefties 64
    Power vs Righties 92
    Power vs Lefties 70
    Vision 58
    Discipline 98
    Clutch 72
    Durability 96
    Speed 53
    Arm Strength 28
    Arm Accuracy 80
    Reaction 61
    Fielding 50
    Steal 42
    Baserunning Aggressiveness 25
    Calculated Overall 81
    Potential 91 (A)
    From my thread:

    Are those numbers for The Show? Because a few of those are badly off.
    Caulfield
    here are Harper's attributes for 18's default (left) and the last live update (right):
    VSR 88/77
    VSL 78/69
    PWR 95/99
    PWL 66/72
    VIS 61/51
    none of his other attributes changed from start to finish
    DIS 99
    CLT 86
    BNT 48
    DRG 28
    DUR 74
    FLD 63
    ARM 86
    ACC 82
    RNG 71
    Speed 66
    STL 32
    AGG 44
    so his contact decreased & his power increased.

    Those look much more accurate then the other ones.
    Caulfield
    here are Harper's attributes for 18's default (left) and the last live update (right):
    VSR 88/77
    VSL 78/69
    PWR 95/99
    PWL 66/72
    VIS 61/51
    none of his other attributes changed from start to finish
    DIS 99
    CLT 86
    BNT 48
    DRG 28
    DUR 74
    FLD 63
    ARM 86
    ACC 82
    RNG 71
    Speed 66
    STL 32
    AGG 44
    so his contact decreased & his power increased.
    Ouch! He's a good player, not great! If I was Philly I would've waited for Trout. Kapler is the one held them back last year. He's better in the front office. I'm sure Bryce will call for a mangerial change in year 2.
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    underdog13
    Are those numbers for The Show? Because a few of those are badly off.

    These are not The Show's ratings, they will be included in my roster project
    Very curious which ones look off. If you're going to say Harper's arm strength is low, here is why it is accurate:
    "Nor were range and careless mistakes Harper’s only issues. Six times, SIS flagged him for “wasted throws” that allowed a runner to advance, which points to another problem.
    FRAA and UZR both ranked Harper last in outfield arm runs, and DRS and Total Zone placed him near the bottom of their respective throwing leaderboards. Harper held a career-low 44.8 percent of runners in right field, below the 46 percent average rate for non-Harper right fielders with at least 75 opportunities. In center, Harper’s hold rate—35.1 percent of runners, compared to the 43.7 percent standard among regulars—ranked sixth-worst among 39 center fielders with at least 50 opportunities."
    Great write up: https://www.theringer.com/mlb/2018/11/20/18104199/bryce-harper-free-agency-defense
    decga
    Ouch! He's a good player, not great! If I was Philly I would've waited for Trout. Kapler is the one held them back last year. He's better in the front office. I'm sure Bryce will call for a mangerial change in year 2.
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    They're probably going to get Trout, too. :popcorn:
    Cycloniac
    These are not The Show's ratings, they will be included in my roster project
    Very curious which ones look off. If you're going to say Harper's arm strength is low, here is why it is accurate:
    "Nor were range and careless mistakes Harper’s only issues. Six times, SIS flagged him for “wasted throws” that allowed a runner to advance, which points to another problem.
    FRAA and UZR both ranked Harper last in outfield arm runs, and DRS and Total Zone placed him near the bottom of their respective throwing leaderboards. Harper held a career-low 44.8 percent of runners in right field, below the 46 percent average rate for non-Harper right fielders with at least 75 opportunities. In center, Harper’s hold rate—35.1 percent of runners, compared to the 43.7 percent standard among regulars—ranked sixth-worst among 39 center fielders with at least 50 opportunities."
    Great write up: https://www.theringer.com/mlb/2018/11/20/18104199/bryce-harper-free-agency-defense

    It's not accurate because 28 arm strength doesn't work in The Show for RF. The game engine isn't built for a 28 arm strength player.
    And one bad year of fielding sabermetrics doesn't prove that he actually got worse in the field. He's always been an average RF until last year.
    underdog13
    It's not accurate because 28 arm strength doesn't work in The Show for RF. The game engine isn't built for a 28 arm strength player.

    That's not necesserily true. The hardest part about programming The Show is getting the ratings to produce accurate results in the sim engine. If you get the ratings in sync with that engine, sliders can be adjusted i.e. outfielder arm strength.
    In sims, outfielders get significantly more assists than they do in real life, and assists are linked to arm strength. Harper had 1 assist in 2018. 1. He had 8 in 2017 (good) and 5 in 2016 (decent). If you give Harper an arm of 70+, for example, he will get 8-12 assists, and he hasn't been that kind of fielder since 2013.
    underdog13

    And one bad year of fielding sabermetrics doesn't prove that he actually got worse in the field. He's always been an average RF until last year.

    His DRS has been below average for 2 of the past 3 seasons:
    2018: -23
    2017: +5
    2016: -2
    And his Outs Above Average has been below average for all 3:
    2018: -13
    2017: -5
    2016: -5
    It's not just one bad year
    Judging from what I saw in the Harper video, it looks like night games finally have the pop, that day games had going for them last year. That was one of my complaints from 18 night games looked dull and washed out.
    It's only because Harper is now a Phillie that everyone wants to trash the signing and make assumptions about 10 years down the road. If he signed with the Dodgers or Giants we wouldn't hear a mouse fart.
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    Cycloniac
    That's not necesserily true. The hardest part about programming The Show is getting the ratings to produce accurate results in the sim engine. If you get the ratings in sync with that engine, sliders can be adjusted i.e. outfielder arm strength.
    In sims, outfielders get significantly more assists than they do in real life, and assists are linked to arm strength. Harper had 1 assist in 2018. 1. He had 8 in 2017 (good) and 5 in 2016 (decent). If you give Harper an arm of 70+, for example, he will get 8-12 assists, and he hasn't been that kind of fielder since 2013.

    Why does it matter if it's accurate to the sim engine if in-game he is unusable? Makes no sense. Adjust the sliders to make 28 arm strength viable would make 90 arm strength OP.
    Cycloniac
    His DRS has been below average for 2 of the past 3 seasons:
    2018: -23
    2017: +5
    2016: -2
    And his Outs Above Average has been below average for all 3:
    2018: -13
    2017: -5
    2016: -5
    It's not just one bad year

    He was 17th/30 in RF from 2016-2017 in DRS with 1000in and
    From 2015-2017 he was 11th/22 in DRS for RF with 2000in according to Fan Graphs.
    He isn't great in the field. But all this talk is just based on this past year's fielding sabermetrics and we all know it's volatile as heck.
    The Phills will regret this in 5-6 years if not sooner. He was not even the best FA on the market let alone best player in baseball. To me he is NOT a top 10 player in the game and the Phills just paid $330M for someone who just hit .249. Way to be fiscally responsible.
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    Godgers12
    The Phills will regret this in 5-6 years if not sooner. He was not even the best FA on the market let alone best player in baseball. To me he is NOT a top 10 player in the game and the Phills just paid $330M for someone who just hit .249. Way to be fiscally responsible.
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    Lol. Stop it. He's not a top 10 player in the game to you because he never played for Seattle. If he was a Mariner before being a free agent you'd be losing your mind if Seattle let him get away before trading him for a team's entire minor league system, ball boys, hot dog vendors and mascot. Actually dig deep into the numbers instead of looking at his BA from last year. Also dig deep into the details of the contract and know that this money will not hamstring the Phillies whatsoever in the future. This team has more money than you can imagine. They are still $40MM under the Luxury Tax this season and also have about $26 million off the books after next season. It's not all doom and gloom like everyone wants to make it out to be. Harper isn't making over $30MM in any season of this deal. $26MM for a few years and then $22MM the last 3 or 4 years, which with the way money in baseball increases every year, will be borderline pocket change by then.
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    Godgers12
    The Phills will regret this in 5-6 years if not sooner. He was not even the best FA on the market let alone best player in baseball. To me he is NOT a top 10 player in the game and the Phills just paid $330M for someone who just hit .249. Way to be fiscally responsible.
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    unfortunately, that's what contracts are going to be now for popular players. the Phillies will not be hurting at all. Harper's name recognition alone will pay for his contract. The only thing his signing does is hurt the fans pocket books.
    ryanmc564
    unfortunately, that's what contracts are going to be now for popular players. the Phillies will not be hurting at all. Harper's name recognition alone will pay for his contract. The only thing his signing does is hurt the fans pocket books.
    Exactly. The Phillies are going to make so much of that contract back in just ticket sales and merchandising alone.
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    PhilliesFan13
    It's only because Harper is now a Phillie that everyone wants to trash the signing and make assumptions about 10 years down the road. If he signed with the Dodgers or Giants we wouldn't hear a mouse fart.
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    Nah. People really hate Bryce. They’d be critical of him wherever he went. And people have been ripping on the Giants since the moment we tossed our hat in the ring. Acting like we’d somehow be the worst team in baseball for the next decade+.
    GoDucks1224
    Nah. People really hate Bryce. They’d be critical of him wherever he went. And people have been ripping on the Giants since the moment we tossed our hat in the ring. Acting like we’d somehow be the worst team in baseball for the next decade+.

    You sure? Did you see the ticket sale increase since his signing?
    kehlis
    You sure? Did you see the ticket sale increase since his signing?

    I was responding to PF’s claim that had he signed elsewhere people wouldn’t be calling him overrated/overpaid/etc. Which I wholeheartedly disagree with. Obviously whoever got him would rejoice, but members of the other 29 fan bases would hate anyways.
    Caulfield
    I think he means 29 other fan bases would be critical of whatever team did sign him. But I DO personally believe Philly will eventually turn on Harper. He will be the most convenient target at the tune of 330 million reasons why they wont win (or even reach the world series) in the next 6 years. I mean, you dont boo Santa Claus or Mike Schmidt or dozens of other heroes without gaining a reputation lol

    I'm confident though he will play more games (as will Mr. Machado on his) on this contract than Rick DiPietro did on his 15 year deal with the NY Islanders. And he'll be playing for the team for 13 years while getting paid, as opposed to Mr. Bonilla, whom I believe is still cashing checks from the Mets. So it is a matter of perspective on what a good deal may be.
    Being a Braves fan, this is the worst case scenario for me. This means more opportunities for him to hit more bombs off Julian Teheran. He's basically been Ryan Howard v.2.0 aka Braves killer: part 2. That being said, I'm sure majority of Nationals fans are more salty than anyone else.
    Godgers12
    The Phills will regret this in 5-6 years if not sooner. He was not even the best FA on the market let alone best player in baseball. To me he is NOT a top 10 player in the game and the Phills just paid $330M for someone who just hit .249. Way to be fiscally responsible.
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    And they already made 10M of that back in ticket sales in 24 hours.
    There is no salary cap and their owner is worth 4B. I think they’ll be okay.
    I don't have a problem with Harper signing with the Phils. My Braves & him are very familiar. I think him & Cutch will dynamic in the dugout. They have some personalities again.
    I wish my Braves could get Nick Williams from them to play RF. They're outfiled is loaded with potential uptapped.
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    GoDucks1224
    I was responding to PF’s claim that had he signed elsewhere people wouldn’t be calling him overrated/overpaid/etc. Which I wholeheartedly disagree with. Obviously whoever got him would rejoice, but members of the other 29 fan bases would hate anyways.

    Yep, completely my bad. Definitely read that wrong.
    HolyHell
    Face shot is really dumb but the jersey looks animated. Clearly, SDS updated the jerseys this year and they are not afraid to show them off.
    I wish they would make the cover star completely animated on the cover, show off the goods! Maybe on PS5.
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    dubplate
    And they already made 10M of that back in ticket sales in 24 hours.
    There is no salary cap and their owner is worth 4B. I think they’ll be okay.

    Yeah, this is a great contract for Philly. Obviously he'll be old at the end of it, but you take that for the value you get on the front end of the contract. AAV is way lower than people expected, so they have a lot of wiggle room for the next free agent market, and the one after that (Trout...). And anyone saying that Bryce "didn't want to play there" doesn't understand the ramifications of a 13 year contract with no opt-outs. He had other offers.
    joecheph

    Yeah, this is a great contract for Philly. Obviously he'll be old at the end of it, but you take that for the value you get on the front end of the contract. AAV is way lower than people expected, so they have a lot of wiggle room for the next free agent market, and the one after that (Trout...). And anyone saying that Bryce "didn't want to play there" doesn't understand the ramifications of a 13 year contract with no opt-outs. He had other offers.

    Watched the press conference and I am thoroughly impressed with Harper. He seems to have a good head on his shoulders and is exactly the kind of person you want as the face of your franchise.
    dubplate
    Watched the press conference and I am thoroughly impressed with Harper. He seems to have a good head on his shoulders and is exactly the kind of person you want as the face of your franchise.
    He has definitely matured over the years for sure.
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    King Gro23
    Bryce Harper on why he choose #3 instead of 34. Really proud of the Tribute to Doc Halladay
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    I guess getting high and killing yourself with an airplane means that your number should be considered sacred on a team you had 2 good seasons with. I thought Roy’s death was tragic, and sad because he likely had a drug addiction. But why is he getting the hero treatment from a team he spent 4 seasons on? 2 of which were seriously awful. No championships. No pennants. I just don’t get it. They should be retiring 34 for Bryce in 18 years, not Roy. Sorry for that scorching hot take. It’s just my opinion. Lol.
    PhilliesFan13
    He has definitely matured over the years for sure.
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    I like you PhilliesFan. I like Bryce. And I’m rooting for the Phillies. But you were calling him a mentally weak coward less than a week ago. Now he’s mature? Haha.
    GoDucks1224
    I like you PhilliesFan. I like Bryce. And I’m rooting for the Phillies. But you were calling him a mentally weak coward less than a week ago. Now he’s mature? Haha.
    I also said if he didn't sign with the Phillies.
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    TripleCrown9
    They did that with 12.
    I hadn't checked any previous covers but they should do it every year... IMO
    It looks pretty cool to me, nowadays they have better facial expressions, etc. I think it would even catch the eye of the casual fan who might give the game a try.
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    Bryce Harper creates so much animosity. Maybe I'm just different. I admire Roy Halladay and his career. He was a very good pitcher for a decade.
    I'm not insensitive enough to speak on his passing. When it could be simple certain things are in your system for X amount of time. Nobody knows the demons he was facing. Maybe it was a pure accident.
    I mean I'm not naive to think if he played baseball for 30 (16 years in bigs + minors and upbringing) and lived to 40.. He picked up piloting. He was probably the least of expertise though.
    Lot of scenarios could of happened. I dont think he went on suicide mission and said let me pop these on the plane to boost my chances.
    I don't see what's so controversial about Byrce's gesture.
    And the previous owners of #34 what did they do in that uniform/ their careers.
    Live. Love. Life
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    King Gro23
    Bryce Harper creates so much animosity. Maybe I'm just different. I admire Roy Halladay and his career. He was a very good pitcher for a decade.
    I'm not insensitive enough to speak on his passing. When it could be simple certain things are in your system for X amount of time. Nobody knows the demons he was facing. Maybe it was a pure accident.
    I mean I'm not naive to think if he played baseball for 30 (16 years in bigs + minors and upbringing) and lived to 40.. He picked up piloting. He was probably the least of expertise though.
    Lot of scenarios could of happened. I dont think he went on suicide mission and said let me pop these on the plane to boost my chances.
    I don't see what's so controversial about Byrce's gesture.
    And the previous owners of #34 what did they do in that uniform/ their careers.
    Live. Love. Life
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    For clarity, I don’t think he meant to do it. I don’t think it was suicide. I think he was high and accidentally crashed. Reports from witnesses, and some video footage, make it seem like he was having fun and showing off (dangerously close to boats, mind you) and then he did a maneuver he couldn’t recover from. Experts I had read articles from speculated that he didn’t know the planes limits and lacked the experience to save himself, plus he was under the influence. I mean we conclusively know he had a concoction of drugs and alcohol in his system, so I’m not just making something up. He was a great player, and he did some great things for the communities he played in. I’m not denying that. And the way he died was incredibly tragic. But it was his fault. Just like it was José Fernandez’s fault that him and his 2 buddies died. No, I don’t know what mental demons he was haunted by. But I do know that piloting a plane (or boat, or driving a car) under the influence of drugs and alcohol is never a decision you should make, regardless of your demons. The reason I find his death so sad is because it was entirely preventable. I’m not saying this to disrespect him, or belittle him. I mean hell, I cried when I found out he died. Same for José. Just because I prefer to face the reality of it, doesn’t mean I think he deserved it or anything like that.
    There’s nothing necessarily controversial about what Bryce said, it’s just that people think it’s being used as an easy PR opportunity. And people think it’s a tad silly to say it the way he did because it’s factually incorrect. The number has been used by multiple players on the Phillies since Roy left, so he wasn’t the last to wear 34 for them. The sentiment is fine, as long as he means it. But I still don’t think Philly should retire his number just because he died.
    Caulfield
    Getting heavy up in here.*wipes eye*
    what I wanna know is how many nats fans are gonna get a custom cover w/harper in a nat uni?
    (:

    Not me and I'm glad he is gone. Don't even care that he is in Philly. Just not our problem anymore. There are plenty of decent outfielders out there that can field better and hit better that don't have all the drama.
    underdog13
    He could save a bus full of students and you guys would criticize him for not making world peace.

    :spit::spit::spit:
    I don't hate him. I am just not a huge fan. I think he is a good player. Not great, not horrible, but good. I grew very tired very quickly of every show on tv or radio this winter was all Mochado/Harper all the time. It was just too much. I do not think he was worth the deal he got, but good for him. It didn't come out of my wallet and in the grand scheme it matters not one bit what I think.
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