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Sports Gaming News Weekly Wrap-Up – MLB The Show 23, EA Sports PGA Tour Delay and More

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Sports Gaming News Weekly Wrap-Up – MLB The Show 23, EA Sports PGA Tour Delay and More

Every Sunday we get you caught up on the sports gaming news you might have missed. This week we have more MLB The Show 23 details, a delay for EA Sports PGA Tour and some patch notes. We also have some defensive tips for Undisputed, the need for a stadium creator in all sports games and more featured content.

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Scheduled for Spring 2023, the option to acquire additional player slots will be available, although it remains unclear how you will actually acquire them. Do you have to use eFootball Coins or GP? Regardless of how you acquire these additional slots, those who like to hoard players will take great pleasure in expanded rosters. I personally keep my roster pretty small (25 or so) but there are times where I could see more slots being beneficial.

They say having the right tool for the job is necessary, and it’s no different in NFS Unbound. There is no worse feeling than sitting behind the wheel of your racing machine, only to realize you pulled out a claw hammer to tighten a screw. So, what is the right tool or car for the right situation? That’s a great question, and the answer can vary wildly depending on the race scenario in-game and the type of driver you are in NFS Unbound.

For those unfamiliar with the stadium creator found in MLB The Show, it’s exactly as the name describes. A mode where you can create stadiums, either purely fictional or real ones from bygone eras. Whatever your approach is with the creator, you can’t go wrong. It’s a mode that was kicked around for over five years before being launched, and one that saw some key improvements and additions in its second release in MLB The Show 22.

We previously covered the NFC teams in an earlier installment, so now we will review the AFC playoff teams from last year and take a closer look at which players they will need to re-sign, which free agents they could target, and what they might want to do with their top pick in the 2023 draft.

As the 2022 NFL season progressed, EA slowly updated their live content, allowing gamers to start at different portions of the season. With one of their final updates of the year, folks can now choose to pick up the NFL season in Week 17. This opens up a lot more possibilities because now you can think about some of the most intriguing teams to control this offseason. Whether you want a rebuild, a retool, or to tweak a contender, I’m here to offer up some teams I think would be especially fun to GM this offseason.

Before you frantically skip through the pre-fight cutscenes, take a look at the “Tale of the Tape,” specifically reach. Most of us boxing fans have a general idea who the bigger fighter is but looking at the reach can help you stay out of the reach of your opponent. If you’re serious about your boxing, you’ll want to spend the first round, maybe even first couple of rounds, feeling out your opponent and seeing if there’s a distance between you and your opponent where you’re out of his/her punch range but close enough to land some shots of your own.

Despite being an exceptional pitcher, Peavy is technically blind without the use of corrective lenses. In low light conditions, it was sometimes difficult for him to see signs from his catcher. After one particularly challenging game, Padres catcher Rob Bowen joked, “I thought we were going to have to go to smoke signals.”

The first baseman spent a handful of seasons as a young player trying to find a consistent spot on a major league roster. It wasn’t until he was signed to a minor league deal by Tampa Bay in 2007 that he found his opportunity. After a fortuitous injury sidelined infielder Greg Norton, Peña was bumped up to the majors and had the best season of his career.

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