Have you ever wondered what it would be like if your team had a Mike Trout? What about two? How about TWENTY-SIX?
Chris Cwik from Yahoo created a full 26-man roster on MLB The Show 20 that consisted of 26 Trout’s. You can read more about how that went here, but here’s something that you should know. That team lost 50 games in a row. Yeah, I’m shocked as well.
Here it is, the Living in Sim project that nearly broke me.— Chris Cwik (@Chris_Cwik) April 14, 2020
I created a team of 26 Mike Trouts and simulated the season.
MLB The Show 20 couldn't handle the awfulness that came next.https://t.co/gq1aAOFEvD pic.twitter.com/K84NVTywCk
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