30 MLB Players Sign on for The Show Video Game Tournament
NEW YORK (AP) — Blake Snell, Juan Soto and Bo Bichette are among the baseball stars switching over to PlayStation with America’s pastime on hold. That trio will join 27 other big leaguers — one from each of the 30 major league teams — in a round-robin regular season played on the MLB The Show video game. Snell, a Cy Young Award winner with Tampa Bay, will face Cincinnati reliever Amir Garrett in the opener Friday night. That matchup will air on Snell’s Twitch feed, and other games will be streamed via Twitch and YouTube with MLB Network host Robert Flores providing commentary. The venture was launched Friday by Major League Baseball, the players’ association and Sony Interactive Entertainment.