MLB The Show 22 Ratings will once again be a point of debate as gamers argue whether their favorite players got the proper recognition.
With the game almost here, we're diving into the two dozen MLB The Show 22 ratings that have already been revealed.
MLB The Show 22 Ratings: All player ratings revealed so far
While some years we'll see a focus on highlighting the top players overall or the best teams, Sony San Diego has taken a different path with MLB The Show 22.
Instead, they've chosen to tease out specific attribute ratings for players across several different MLB teams.
Over the last few weeks, two dozen player ratings have been revealed, some representing the best on their team for that given attribute.
Here are all the MLB The Show 22 player ratings we know so far, and any in bold represent the best on their team for that attribute:
- Jordan Luplow, Arizona Diamondbacks, 94 Power vs. Lefties
- Cody Bellinger, Los Angeles Dodgers, 94 Arm Strength
- Brandon Belt, San Francisco Giants, 92 Power vs. Righties
- Willy Adames, Milwaukee Brewers, 97 Arm Strength
- Joey Votto, Cincinnati Reds, 95 Power vs. Righties
- Bryan Reynolds, Pittsburgh Pirates, 90 Contact vs. Lefties
- Marcus Stroman, Chicago Cubs, 91 Velocity on Sinker
- Nolan Arenado, St. Louis Cardinals, 98 Power vs. Lefties
- Juan Soto, Washington Nationals, 99 Discipline
- Sandy Alcantara, Miami Marlins, 97 Velocity on Sinker
- Jacob deGrom, New York Mets, 98 Hits Per Nine
- Rhys Hoskins, Philadelphia Phillies, 84 Power vs. Lefties
- Marcus Semien, Texas Rangers, 85 Power vs. Righties
- Logan Gilbert, Seattle Mariners, 95 Velocity on 4-Seam Fastball
- Alex Bregman, Houston Astros, 90 Contact vs. Lefties
- Randy Arozarena, Tampa Bay Rays, 90 Contact vs. Lefties
- Teoscar Hernandez, Toronto Blue Jays, 94 Power vs. Lefties
- Joey Gallo, New York Yankees, 97 Power vs. Righties
- Nathan Eovaldi, Boston Red Sox, 96 Velocity on 4-Steam Fastball
- Josh Donaldson, Minnesota Twins, 96 Power vs. Lefties
- Miguel Cabrera, Detroit Tigers, 88 Contact vs. Lefties
- Salvador Perez, Kansas City Royals, 87 Power vs. Lefties
- Franmil Reyes, Cleveland Guardians, 99 Power vs. Righties
- Yasmani Grandal, Chicago White Sox, 95 Power vs. Lefties
That's all we've learned about so far, but with Early Access kicking off soon it won't be long before we know who the best of the best are in MLB The Show 22.
What is the best team in MLB The Show 22?
MLB The Show 22 will also decide once again who they deem the best team in baseball, and there's no doubt many would argue for the World Series Champion Atlanta Braves.
That rang true last year as the Los Angeles Dodgers secured the top spot in MLB The Show 21 after winning their World Series, but it's no guarantee.
With a series of major offseason moves all across the league, along with some rule changes this year, we'll have to wait and see who becomes the prime target to start with in Franchise Mode.