MLB The Show 20 Minor League Teams: 3 Best Teams to Use

Here are the three best minor league teams in MLB The Show 20.
Here are the three best minor league teams in MLB The Show 20. / Sony Interactive Entertainment

MLB The Show 20 minor league teams with full rosters were introduced at launch, adding an entirely new layer to a game known for its realism. Here are the three best minor league teams in MLB The Show 20 and the star players to look for on those teams so that you can dominate your MLB The Show 20 Franchise Mode.

3 Best Minor League Teams in MLB The Show 20

1. Gwinnett Stripers (Atlanta Braves AAA)

To be fair, the entire Atlanta Braves farm system is pretty stacked as far as developing talent is concerned, but the Gwinnett Stripers have a few standout players, like Cristian Pache, that put them at the top.

Even its AA and A affiliate teams have enough young pitchers with great potential to get the team well into the playoffs five or six years into the franchise. Just look for Bryse Wilson, Kyle Muller, Kyle Wright, and Ian Anderson, all young pitchers with incredible potential and talent. So if you want a team that's good for the present and the future, go with the Braves and their impressive farm system team, the Gwinnett Stripers.

2. El Paso Chihuahuas (San Diego Padres AAA)

With the San Diego Padres making moves for Manny Machado and Fernando Tatis Jr., they've managed to assemble a team that will soon be able to contend for a spot in the playoffs. But with the development of a few minor league players, the Padres can go from contenders to near favorites. The Chihuahuas have two strong pitchers with high development traits, MacKenzie Gore and Luis Patino, that will make waves in your Franchise Mode season.

3. Durham Bulls (Tampa Bay Rays AAA)

While the Tampa Bay Rays certainly have their share of problems, their farm system teams have some of the best up and coming talent in the entirety of Major League Baseball. Take for example their rising star, shortstop Wander Franco, who has been one of the most talked about young prospects in recent years. The Bulls also have their fair share of pitching, hitting, and fielding prospects that merit at least some consideration. But, since the Rays have less to work with, you'll have to make some major moves in order to put them back in contention to win it all, even with the amazing farm system that the Rays have.