While we’re back to watching games of actual baseball, the 2020 All-Star Game and its related festivities were cancelled. We streamed the virtual Futures Game a few weeks ago and today, it’s time for our MLB The Show Home Run Derby.
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Injuries, trades, and ineffectiveness — it’s time to reconstruct a roster on FanGraphs Live. Read the rest of this entry »
Deadline deals, streaking Pirates, and more — it’s time to decide where to improve the team in this week’s look at the OOTP Brewers. Read the rest of this entry »
As we are at the time of year when we’d have our traditional All-Star festivities, this week’s FanGraphs Live! stream, featuring Eric Longenhagen, Ben Clemens, Paul Sporer and Dan Szymborski, will livecast baseball’s Futures Game. Started in 1999, the game initially featured 50 minor league players in a US vs. World format, which was later changed to American League vs. National League prospects in 2019. Read the rest of this entry »
Today on FanGraphs Live, join me to recap everything that has gone on this year up until the All-Star break. We will be joined by commissioner Brad Johnson, who can answer all your questions about online leagues, our online league, and why he’s batting Breyvic Valera leadoff. Read the rest of this entry »
In this week’s stream, featuring Paul Sporer, Ben Clemens, and Dan Szymborski, the virtual Texas Rangers and Corey Kluber head to Yankee Stadium to try to prevent the home nine from notching their sixth consecutive win. Read the rest of this entry »
Today on FanGraphs Live, let’s grapple with the fact that sometimes Christian Yelich gets hurt. Read the rest of this entry »
The alternate OOTP universe is now past the halfway point. Today, we’ll take stock of our Brewers, consider a few bullpen moves, and take a look around the league for outstanding performances. Read the rest of this entry »
It’s a Keston Hiura extension party, and you’re all invited. Read the rest of this entry »
In this week’s MLB The Show 20 stream, featuring Paul Sporer and Dan Szymborski, the Cleveland Indians head to Chicago to kick off a three-game series against the first-place White Sox.