New this season, with the help of longtime OS’er Scott Spindler (RidinRosters) and his team, over 1,500 authentic minor league players will grace the launch version of MLB The Show 20. Over 100 of those prospects received face scans, as well as unique batting stances, pitching deliveries, and in some cases, impeccable equipment portrayals. These minor league players will come with their very own unique audio quips and cues to ensure storylines are felt as you promote your top prospects up the ladder.
Baseball America has posted some details on minor league player compensation, for their player likeness in MLB The Show 20. Guess what they get? Zero. Nada. Squat…
As soon as they sign their standard Minor League Player Uniform Contract, they forfeit their right to be compensated, for their likeness being used in a video game. That changes when they are placed on an official MLB roster.
Minor Leaguers Are In MLB The Show 20, No Pay Needed [Baseball America]