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The cover of MLB 09: The Show

MLB 09: The Show was released March 3, 2009. It was developed by SCE San Diego Studio and published by Sony Computer Entertainment. The game was released for the PlayStation 3, PlayStation 2, and PSP.

Cover AthleteEdit

The cover athlete for MLB 09: The Show is Boston Red Sox second basemen Dustion Pedroia. Pedroia won the 2008 American League MVP.

New FeaturesEdit

  • New Road to the Show 2.0. This is an updated version of last years RttS with and all-new steal and lead-off system.
  • New Franchise 2.0 adds several new features to Franchise Mode including 40-Man Roster, September call-ups, waiver transactions, and more.
  • You can now put your favorite songs on The Show to be used in game or in the main menu.
  • Several in-game improvements include "Hot Shot Fielding", which allows fielders to make better routes to the ball. Also "Progessive Batting Performance" which players abilities improve or regress depending on how the gamer plays. Other improvements are "Adaptive Pitching Intelligence" (API), in which the catcher calls the game based on the pitcher's strengths and weaknesses.

SoundtrackEdit

Artist Song
Darker My Love Two Ways Out
Eagles of Death Metal Wannabe In L.A.
Hockey Work
Kaiser Chiefs Never Miss A Beat
Ming El Barrio Boricua
Night Horse Shine On Me
Rise Against Collapse (Post-Amerika)
Spoon Don't You Evah
The Blue Van Man Up
The Budos Band Budos Rising
The Parlor Mob Everything You're Breathing For
The Stills Rooibos
TV on the Radio Golden Age
Valencia Safe To Say
Zodiac Death Valley Methadone Mambo

ReferencesEdit

MLB 09: The Show on wikipedia

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