Here is a list of sources you can use to help your game in MLB The Show:
1. Us(Pro Sports Fandom)
Our site can be useful to all players with tips ranging from roster predictions to methods on getting stubs. If you are reading this right now you are at the right place for diamond dynasty. On Twitter we are very active and can be reached @MLBTheShowPSF. As the summer progresses you will find that following us will be very useful.
Daddyleagues is a very handy tool when it comes to diamond dynasty. You can use this site to check prices of individual players or even full team collections. You can view players attributes which can be useful when a new card releases or when you’re not online your console. They also provide a list of all the missions for team epics which can be convenient. There is also a team builder and a pack simulator you can have fun with. Overall Daddyleagues is a very nice website to use for diamond dynasty players.
This site is ran by San Diego Studios and Sony and can be found rewarding.
Users have access to buying players and packs that can later be used in game from this website. The best feature of this site is the ability to be on the actual diamond dynasty marketplace. It will be worthwhile when picking up and selling players. It can also help to read the articles provided to know additional info.
This is very broad but can beneficial to all. Many Youtubers post roster predictions similarly to ours which can make you tons of stubs. Another plus to youtube is that producers can show actual game film to help you hit and pitch better. Many of these youtubers have been playing for years and know the game very well. A majority of these youtubers are in world series and their tips are worthwhile.
Some youtubers I suggest are; Beanie Antics, Movie Gaming, Knasty 3890 to name a few. These youtubers also keep you updated with new content.
Espn is known by a lot of sports fans but can be helpful on making roster predictions. The tool I use most is searching a player and veiwing their splits(how they do Versus Left compared to against Righties). You will find stats that can come in handy when determining whether a player deserves and upgrade or downgrade.
I find this easy to use as you can just search a player in the search bar and view what you need some research.
6. MLB.com (Who’s Hot/Who’s Not)
If you are ever short on time and do not have time to go in-depth on stats this is a great tool to use to see what players are doing well and who isn’t doing that well. This specific part is a nice little tool to use if you’re ever in a crunch for time. Of course with the MLB website you can view stats and standings of the enite MLB. Something else you might use is the injury updates on this site.
When doing roster predictions I will usually have some of these sites opened in different tabs.