MLB The Show 19 gameplay reveal trailer

Twitch live stream schedule announced.

MLB The Show 19

Sony Interactive Entertainment has released the gameplay reveal trailer for MLB The Show 19.

The company also announced the game’s Twitch live stream schedule of content showcases. Here it is in full:


  • February 7 – MLB The Show 19 Gameplay Trailer Rewind
  • February 11 – GameStop Monday
  • February 14 (Twitch)
    • 11:00 a.m. PT – Flash the Leather with Overhauled Defensive Intelligence in Gameplay – Player differentiation improvement suite, defensive efficiency, situational awareness 2.0, player attributes mean more on defense, and more.
    • 3:00 p.m. PT – Hitting Advancements in The Show 19 Have Increased the Significance of User Skill and Player Tools – Player attributes rebalancing, hitting / pitching improvements, PCI accuracy, bunting, closed alpha learnings, and more.
  • February 18 – GameStop Monday
  • February 21 (Twitch) – Define Who You are as a Player and Teammate as You Chase the Big League Dream in Road to the Show – **********, playable training, personality growth and relationships, archetypes retooled, and more.
  • February 25 – GameStop Monday
  • February 28 (Twitch) – (Brand New Game Mode) “Moments” – Diamond Dynasty pardigm shift, multiple lineups, conquest challenges, quality of life improvements, and more.


  • March 4 – GameStop Monday
  • March 7 (Twitch) – (Brand New Game Mode) “March to October” – Presentation / commentary improvements, ***** ******* joins the broadcast crew, and Franchise mode update: contract extensions.
  • February 11 – GameStop Monday
  • February 14 (Twitch) – Diamond Dynasty Content Preview and Legends Attributes – Another wave of legends steps into the spotlight and new flashbacks.
  • February 18 – GameStop Monday
  • February 20 – MLB The Show 19 Developer Tournament

MLB The Show 19 is due out for PlayStation 4 on March 26. Read more about the game here.

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