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MLB The Show 20: Rookie Honus Wagner Added to 4th Inning Program

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MLB The Show 20: Rookie Honus Wagner Added to 4th Inning Program

Rookie Honus Wagner is the second player added to the 4th Inning Program in MLB The Show 20 Diamond Dynasty. Diamond Honus Wagner is a 90 overall with good contact and speed, and he has positional flexibility to between the outfield and second base. The player program has a total of 50 points, with the 50 point reward being the card itself.

Rookie Honus Wagner Player Program

rookie honus wagner 4th inning program

  • Hitting Honus
    • Difficulty: All-Star
    • Tally 2 hits
  • Doubles Machine
    • Difficulty: Veteran
    • Tally 2 XBH
  • Wagner’s Got Wheels
    • Difficulty: All-Star
    • Tally 1 hit
    • Tally 1 SB
  • Homer Honus
    • Difficulty: Veteran
    • Tally 4 total bases
  • Bonus Honus
    • Difficulty: Veteran
    • Tally 3 hits
    • Tally 1 XBH
  • 1909 World Series – 7 games
    • Difficulty: Veteran
    • Tally 8 hits
    • Tally 3 XBH
  • My Name Is Honus
    • Difficulty: Veteran
    • Tally 6 total bases

Each moment is worth +6 points.


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  • Tally 10 hits online with CF (+10 points)
  • Tally 3 XBH online with Pirates (+10 points)
  • Beat the CPU Pirates on All-Star or higher difficulty (+8 points)
  • Exchange outfielders (+5 points)
4th Inning Program Points
  • Collect Rookie Honus Wagner (+20 program points)
  • Tally 5 runs online with Rookie Honus Wagner (+10 points)

The 4th Inning Program guide has also been updated to reflect this addition as well.


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  1. I like that they are adding more non-power hitters, but it’s frustrating when the game is so power tilted and they nerf the sliders and you have a guy swinging a pool noodle up there. That said, once he’s done he’ll be a good addition.
    Wagner is the new Keith Hernandez when it comes to doubles in these moments...

    You're right, but I'm having an easier time getting XBHs with Honus than with Keith. Playing at Polo Grounds helps, I've actually hit a couple of homers down the RF line there. Plus, he can beat out some of those weak bloopers in the gaps with his speed.
    This guys seriously can’t hit the ball in the gap. I’ve hit plenty of balls dead center that would’ve been a homerun in normal stadiums. Polo Grounds is killing me!

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