MLB The Show 22 Roster Update: Ohtani ousts Trout as best player, top ratings changes (July 15)

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One final MLB The Show 22 roster update has arrived ahead of the upcoming All-Star break and festivities.

We've got all the details on the July 15 MLB The Show 22 roster update and which top player ratings have been changed.

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MLB The Show 22 Roster Update: Ohtani ousts Trout, five new Diamonds

With a bit of a delay to line things up just before the All-Star break, the latest MLB The Show 22 roster update has arrived with 386 different player upgrades and downgrades.

We've got some new Diamonds, but the biggest news is that Mike Trout was once again knocked off the top of the mountain.

Trout had returned to the top three weeks ago after being dethroned by Aaron Judge two weeks prior to that, but this time it was Trout's own teammate Shohei Ohtani who claims the top spot.

MLB The Show 22 roster update July 15
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While Ohtani didn't see his overall rating increase, he did get upgrades to Stamina, H/9, HR/9, Pitching Clutch, and some of his hitting stats.

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Trout saw his rating dive, and he slides to being tied for third place in the Live Series along with fellow 92 OVR rated Aaron Judge and Fernando Tatis Jr.

Ohtani takes the top spot at 94 OVR with fellow pitcher Jacob deGrom just behind him as the only 93 OVR Live Series in Diamond Dynasty.

We've also got five new Diamonds this week as Ryan Helsley, Max Fried, Will Smith, Sandy Alcantara, and Nico Hoerner all received upgrades taking them to the 85+ range.

Top 30 Player Ratings Changes (July 15)

This latest batch includes a massive 386 player ratings changes with some on the way up while others took a dive.

Here are the top 30 player ratings changes for July 15:

  • Aaron Judge - 92 OVR (-2) - New York Yankees
  • Mike Trout - 92 OVR (-3) - Los Angeles Angels
  • Paul Goldschmidt - 91 OVR (-1) - St. Louis Cardinals
  • Jose Ramirez - 91 OVR (-3) - Cleveland Guardians
  • Mookie Betts - 91 OVR (-1) - Los Angeles Dodgers
  • Max Scherzer - 91 OVR (+1) - New York Mets
  • Shane McClanahan - 91 OVR (+2) - Tampa Bay Rays
  • Corbin Burnes - 91 OVR (+1) - Milwaukee Brewers
  • Josh Hader - 90 OVR (-1) - Milwaukee Brewers
  • Yordan Alvarez - 90 OVR (-1) - Houston Astros
  • Byron Buxton - 90 OVR (-1) - Minnesota Twins
  • Ronald Acuna Jr. - 90 OVR (-3) - Atlanta Braves
  • Edwin Diaz - 88 OVR (+2) - New York Mets
  • Manny Machado - 87 OVR (-3) - San Diego Padres
  • Joe Musgrove - 87 OVR (+1) - San Diego Padres
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  • Kyle Tucker - 87 OVR (+1) - Houston Astros
  • Pete Alonso - 86 OVR (-1) - New York Mets
  • Ryan Helsley - 86 OVR (+2) - St. Louis Cardinals
  • Jose Altuve - 86 OVR (+1) - Houston Astros
  • Trea Turner - 86 OVR (-1) - Los Angeles Dodgers
  • Clayton Kershaw - 86 OVR (-1) - Los Angeles Dodgers
  • Max Fried - 85 OVR (+1) - Atlanta Braves
  • Vladimir Guerrero Jr. - 85 OVR (-2) - Toronto Blue Jays
  • Will Smith - 85 OVR (+1) - Los Angeles Dodgers
  • Sandy Alcantara - 85 OVR (+1) - Miami Marlins
  • Luis Robert - 85 OVR (-1) - Chicago White Sox
  • Nico Hoerner - 85 OVR (+2) - Chicago Cubs
  • Tim Anderson - 85 OVR (-2) - Chicago White Sox
  • Anthony Rizzo - 84 OVR (+1) - New York Yankees
  • Brandon Woodruff - 84 OVR (+1) - Milwaukee Brewers

You can find the full July 15 MLB The Show 22 roster update here with details on every player who saw an attribute change.