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MLB The Show 21 - Complete Look at All Legends (4K)

MLB The Show 21 Legends

MLB The Show 21

MLB The Show 21 - Complete Look at All Legends (4K)

Take a look at this slideshow that shows every MLB The Show 21 legend playing with the franchise he was with at the time.

There are more than 150 legends and some of the players have multiple versions. All legends were captured in 4K.

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  1. bransen
    ChaseB you da man! Thanks.*

    This work comes from Brian, so tell him he rules over on the video at YouTube if you want to show him some love :)
    I have some extremely novice-level questions.
    1. Are the legends available on the XBox One version of The Show?
    2. How do they work? Is there a Legends pool where they can be added to standard rosters? Can they be added to normal rosters?
    3. This one might be really out there but... do people use these legends to make any classic teams? I know it's pretty easy to pull off in NBA 2K because the rosters are small by comparison and a lot of teams are already pretty filled out. Does anyone attempt anything like that in The Show?
    No matter the answer to any of the questions above, as a guy who hasn't played a baseball video game in years, that was a pretty awesome video. I'm sure baseball purists are clamoring for the inclusion of even more legends (just like us NBA folks do every year) but as a casual fan it was so cool to see a whole list of names ranging from super legend (Babe Ruth) to semi-randoms from my youth (John Olerud). I was hoping for more Tigers but with Alan Trammell being my all-time fave and seeing him included, I'm pretty pleased.
    VDusen04
    I have some extremely novice-level questions.
    1. Are the legends available on the XBox One version of The Show?
    2. How do they work? Is there a Legends pool where they can be added to standard rosters? Can they be added to normal rosters?
    3. This one might be really out there but... do people use these legends to make any classic teams? I know it's pretty easy to pull off in NBA 2K because the rosters are small by comparison and a lot of teams are already pretty filled out. Does anyone attempt anything like that in The Show?
    No matter the answer to any of the questions above, as a guy who hasn't played a baseball video game in years, that was a pretty awesome video. I'm sure baseball purists are clamoring for the inclusion of even more legends (just like us NBA folks do every year) but as a casual fan it was so cool to see a whole list of names ranging from super legend (Babe Ruth) to semi-randoms from my youth (John Olerud). I was hoping for more Tigers but with Alan Trammell being my all-time fave and seeing him included, I'm pretty pleased.

    1. Yes
    2. Legends can be added to other rosters I believe (at least in the past you could). They are also on teams and/or can be found in Diamond Dynasty.
    3. Generally speaking, peeps make custom rosters rather than use these legends to create teams since usually you don't have enough legends to fill out a "real" roster. I would point you towards the MLB The Show rosters sub-forum for all your needs in this area.
    ChaseB
    1. Yes
    2. Legends can be added to other rosters I believe (at least in the past you could). They are also on teams and/or can be found in Diamond Dynasty.
    3. Generally speaking, peeps make custom rosters rather than use these legends to create teams since usually you don't have enough legends to fill out a "real" roster. I would point you towards the MLB The Show rosters sub-forum for all your needs in this area.
    Appreciate the speedy feedback. And shoutout to Brian for cranking out the legends video.
    sva91
    Can you use custom roster in an online private match ?
    Sent from my iPhone using Operation Sports

    No I do not believe so. That would require you both to have the same roster, which isn't a thing. Probably the closest you can get is a custom online league with your DD squads, but at that point why not just play each other in DD.

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