It’s baseball season, and MLB The Show 20 is here!
At least, it would be baseball season but coronavirus has forced MLB to postpone the start of the regular season indefinitely.
Still, MLB The Show 20 can give you the fix of baseball that you need to survive.
The PS4-exclusive game has been a big hit, you can read our review to find out why!
This year’s game features excellent offline game modes. Franchise Mode, March to October, and Road to the Show are all worth your time, and each uses the same roster.
The best left fielders (LF) in MLB The Show 20
This article will be focused on the best left fielders to use in these offline modes.
We are looking for players that have their primary position as left field. We don’t care if they are lefties or righties at the plate, and we are going for players that have the highest overall possible regardless of age, contract status, or versatility.
So who are the best left fielders in MLB The Show 20? Let’s take a look.
Juan Soto - 91 OVR
The top left fielder in MLB The Show 20 is World Series hero Juan Soto.
Nationals star man is just 21 years old and brings perfect 99 plate discipline and
stellar performance against righties with 90 power and 80 contact. He also has
92 durability and ok 65 fielding.
Gallo – 91 OVR
terror of Texas comes in with a 91 OVR.
Gallo retains his perfect 99 power (vs R & L) from last year, and gets 99 discipline
too. He’s also got a rocket of an arm with 97 strength and 95 accuracy so
running on him is out of the question.
– 91 OVR
Tommy Pham may be the wrong side of 30 but he is still an excellent do-it-all player.
best stat is his discipline (91), but there isn’t much he doesn’t do well. With
89 contact vs lefties he can get on base, and his 75 speed will help him take
extras. He’s also got 75 reaction and 74 fielding.
Martinez – 90 OVR
biggest bat is next up, as JD Martinez checks in with a 90 OVR.
crushes left-handed pitching, with perfect 99 power, 99 contact along with 99
clutch. He is pretty great against righties too with 88 power and 82 contact.
Don’t rely on his glove though, with just 45 fielding and 47 reaction he is a
DH in all but name.
Stanton – 88 OVR
The Yankees star is next. Giancarlo Stanton’s big bat checks in with an 88 OVR score.
perfect 99 power against lefties and 88 against rights. He’s got 97 durability
and is better in the field than you’d think with 81 arm strength and 71 fielding.
Rosario – 88 OVR
Rosario is another solid all-round talent with his 88 OVR.
80 power vs righties and 75 contact against lefties to the plate, along with 85
arm accuracy and 80 arm strength in the field.
Ozuna – 87 OVR
We head over to the National League and the Atlanta Braves next with the 87 OVR Marcell Ozuna.
29-year-old comes with 75 power against lefties and 73 against righties, along
with 82 clutch. He has 86 arm accuracy and 81 reaction.
Schwarber – 86 OVR
left fielder Kyle Schwarber is next up with an 86 OVR.
towering power of 92 vs righties to the plate along with 95 durability and 94
discipline. He’s also got 85 arm accuracy and reasonable 69 fielding.
Castellanos – 86 OVR
The Cincinnati Reds player Nick Castellanos is next, also with an 86 OVR.
perfect 99 contact against lefties, along with 86 power to be a real terror
against them. He has 92 durability and decent enough stats against righties to be
a strong hitting option, his 54 fielding is a worry though.
Peralta – 86 OVR
David Peralta rounds out the top 10 with his 86 OVR.
The lefty has excellent 92 contact against right-handed pitchers, along with 90 clutch. He has 86 reaction and 81 fielding too, but is slow with just 47 speed.
All the best left fielders (LF) in MLB The Show 20
|Juan Soto||Washington Nationals||21||91|
|Joey Gallo||Texas Rangers||26||91|
|Tommy Pham||San Diego Padres||32||91|
|JD Martinez||Boston Red Sox||32||90|
|Giancarlo Stanton||New York Yankees||30||88|
|Eddie Rosario||Minnesota Twins||28||88|
|Marcell Ozuna||Atlanta Braves||29||87|
|Kyle Schwarber||Chicago Cubs||27||86|
|Nick Castellanos||Cincinnati Reds||28||86|
|David Peralta||Arizona Diamondbacks||32||86|
|Michael Brantley||Houston Astros||32||85|
|Avisail Garcia||Milwaukee Brewers||28||85|
|David Dahl||Colorado Rockies||26||85|
|Yordan Alvarez||Houston Astros||22||83|
|Joc Pederson||Los Angeles Dodgers||27||83|
|Andrew McCutchen||Philadelphia Phillies||33||83|
|Justin Upton||Los Angeles Angels||32||83|
|Eloy Jimenez||Chicago White Sox||23||82|
|Corey Dickerson||Miami Marlins||30||82|
|Ryan Braun||Milwaukee Brewers||36||82|
|Kike Hernandez||Los Angeles Dodgers||28||81|
|Mike Yastrzemski||San Francisco Giants||29||80|
|Andrew Benintendi||Boston Red Sox||25||80|
|Domingo Santana||Cleveland Indians||27||79|
|Khris Davis||Oakland Athletics||32||79|
|Adam Duvall||Atlanta Braves||31||79|