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MLB The Show 22 adds two Minnesota Twins icons to Legends Roster

More new additions to the MLB The Show 22 Legends Roster continue to arrive, and this time we're getting a pair of Minnesota Twins icons.

We've got details on the latest members of the MLB The Show 22 Legends Roster that you'll be able to try when the game arrives this April.

MLB The Show 22 adds two Minnesota Twins to Legends Roster

Following the reveal of this year's new online co-op mode, and ahead of the first MLB The Show 22 Feature Premiere, we've gotten two new members of the Legends Roster.

After teasing the reveal on Twitter, there were actually a handful of replies where different gamers successfully predicted both of the new additions.

MLB The Show 22 Legends Roster
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BATTERS UP: Teammates reunited as part of the Legends Roster

MLB The Show 22 will officially add both Joe Mauer and Justin Morneau to this year's Legends Roster, and there's no doubt they'll be an exciting duo to try out.

In addition, we can confirm they were not a part of the MLB The Show 21 Legends Roster and are officially new Legends in MLB The Show 22.

Joe Mauer and Justin Morneau reunite in MLB The Show 22

If you're looking to bring in a perfect pair to represent the Minnesota Twins, there aren't many better choices than Joe Mauer and Justin Morneau.

Mauer spent his entire 15-year career with the Twins from 2004 to 2018, and he's already got some fans salivating at the idea of getting him on their Diamond Dynasty squad at catcher.

Mauer is one of the most prolific catchers while batting in MLB history, and he's the only one to ever win three batting titles and the only catcher to ever win a batting title in the American League.

He also was a 6-time All-Star, American League MVP in 2009, 3-time Gold Glove Award winner, and 5-time Silver Slugger Award winner.

On the other side, we have Justin Morneau who spent the bulk of his career with the Minnesota Twins from 2003 to 2013 before finishing out his final few years with the Pirates, Rockies, and White Sox.

Morneau is a 4-time All-Star, was American League MVP in 2006, is a 2-time Silver Slugger Award winner, a member of the Minnesota Twins Hall of Fame, and a recent inductee into the Canadian Baseball Hall of Fame.

If you're already thinking about building a Minnesota Twins Theme Team in Diamond Dynasty, these two are certain to be ones to watch for when their cards drop.

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