MLB The Show 22 June 10 roster update went live at 3 p.m. ET featuring multiple new Diamonds getting added to Diamond Dynasty's Live Series set.
Live Series is one of the most interesting aspects of MLB The Show's Diamond Dynasty. Players upgrade or downgrade throughout the year based on their real life performances. Players have the opportunity to go from a base common all the way to a Diamond and vice-versa. Multiple players who were Gold went to Diamond in the latest update and there's a new player sitting atop the Diamond group unseating Mike Trout.
MLB The Show 22 June 10 Roster Update: Full List of New Diamonds
Here's a look at all of the new Diamonds in MLB The Show 22, as of June 10:
- Joe Musgrove - San Diego Padres / SP - 85
- Alek Manoah - Toronto Blue Jays / SP - 85
- Kyle Tucker - Houston Astros / RF - 85
- Aaron Nola - Philadelphia Phillies / SP - 85
- Pete Alonso - New York Mets / 1B - 86
Alonso received the biggest bump of all going to 86 overall as the Mets first baseman has enjoyed a stellar start to the 2022 season. But, despite the notable names that went Diamond, the biggest news is that Los Angeles Angels outfielder Mike Trout is no longer the highest rated Live Series player in the game.
That honor now belongs to New York Yankees outfielder Aaron Judge. In fact, there are three players higher rated than Trout: Judge, Jose Ramirez and Ronald Acuna Jr. Trout was 95 overall before being downgraded to 93 overall.
Other notable upgrades include Sandy Alcantara getting upgraded to 84 overall, and Paul Goldschmidt going up to 91 overall.