MLB 9 Innings has now received a huge update that touches up a couple of different areas in the game. For starters, there will be some updated rosters for you to take advantage of.
Right now, there's no baseball going on due to the ongoing spread of COVID-19, so we turn to the world of games to get our fix instead. With the current rosters now added, it's as close to a real baseball game as we can get.
This is always important because fans want to use the current players that are on their favourite teams and not ones from a previous year or two. Yes, I think we all love to go back in time a bit a relive playing some of the classic baseball games with the rosters of that year.
However, for a game as new as MLB 9 Innings, it's critical for them to keep things fresh. There were quite a few free-agent signings in baseball this year, so I'm sure if you're a fan of a team, you'd love to use that new player in the game. I'm a Chicago White Sox fan myself, so you know I was pretty excited about the signing of Yasmani Grandal, but it would've kind of stunk if you couldn't use him in-game in his new uniform.
And with new rosters comes a new schedule, so these are now properly up to date, matching the real-world MLB's schedule. Without real baseball, it has probably been tough for you to find alternatives, so it's good that the game is giving us some idea of what the 2020 season could've looked like.
Lastly, there's an addition for clubs that should be pretty beneficial. You'll now be able to level up and craft special items for your club, which is neat.Passionate sports fan? Then check out the top 25 sports games for iPhone and iPad