Another set of player ratings will be on the move as the next MLB The Show 22 Roster Update is only a few short days away.
We've got details on some of the top players likely on their way up in these MLB The Show 22 roster update predictions to help you get investments in now.
MLB The Show 22 Roster Update Predictions (June 10)
We're now officially moving forward with the standard biweekly MLB The Show 22 roster update schedule, and it's almost time for the next one.
The next MLB The Show 22 roster update is scheduled for Friday, June 10, 2022 and will deploy at approximately Noon PT.
Flipping cards you've chosen to invest in and selling them either on the market or with the increased quicksell value is the best way to make Stubs following each attribute adjustment.
Investments are always a risk, but they can payoff big time if you make the right play ahead of these player ratings adjustments.
Diamond Plus: Mookie Betts (89 OVR) & Paul Goldschmidt (88 OVR)
While they aren't the cheapest investments, snagging Diamonds before they rise to the 90+ upper echelon can be very lucrative in MLB The Show 22.
Mookie Betts and Paul Goldschmidt have both been on fire as of late, and anyone with the Stubs to grab a few copies of each could see a massive return if these two continue to rise into the 90s.
Gold to Diamond: Rafael Devers, Alek Manoah, Nestor Cortes Jr & J.D. Martinez
With so many strong performances as of late, we've got several players nearing the Diamond tier in this MLB The Show 22 roster update.
Rafael Devers, Alek Manoah, and Nestor Cortes Jr. are all right on the cusp with just a few points needed, and they've more than proven their worth in recent weeks.
J.D. Martinez is the dark horse Diamond this week, as he's sitting at 81 OVR but has continued to shine and could hit 85 in this or the next roster update.
Silver to Gold: Clay Holmes (78 OVR)
In lower tier investments, we have a sneaky Silver in the form of Yankees pitcher Clay Holmes, as he might be closer to Diamond than he appears.
Holmes has been light-out with 6 saves in his last 7 games with zero runs allowed since April 9, so he's almost certainly jumping to Gold and Diamond may be in the cards very soon.
Bronze to Silver: Martin Perez (74 OVR)
Speaking of consistent pitchers, Martin Perez has quietly held the fort down with the Texas Rangers to the tune of a 0.93 ERA in his last 7 games.
Perez has only gotten better as this year has gone on, and he's likely jumping to Silver this time with a Gold upgrade very much on the table.
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