Mon. Oct 3rd, 2022

Sometimes in MLB The Show, hitting better doesn’t just depend on the player’s stats. What really helps you hit better is the stance and swing of your player.

That’s why in Road to the Show, the stance of your player matters so much. Stances also depend on the person. Sometimes a player can have great stats but you can’t hit with that swing and vice versa.

Today, we are going to discuss all of the stance and swing options and which stances work the best.

In MLB The Show, there are 304 Veteran Stances, 112 All-Star Stances, and 40 Legend Stances. So in total, you have the choice of 456 stances, plus the generic stances that are available.

Now that we know the different types of stances, we are going to go over who we think has the best stance from each category.

Yordan Alvarez

Yordan Alvarez

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Yordan is having an amazing season this year with the Astros. His swing in MLB The Show, just as good as it is in real life. It’s quick and efficient and takes no time to get used to.

Mike Trout

Mike Trout

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Trout has been one of the greatest players of this generation and of all time. Oh yeah, his swing and stance in MLB The Show are also pretty good too.

Ken Griffey Jr.

Ken Griffey Jr.

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Junior has always had one of the sweetest swings in baseball. His MLB The Show Stance and Swing is also one of the best in the game.

By anupam

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