While America’s Pastime is away, we’re here to play. Our new weekly series MLB The Show (The Show) is a home plate collision of baseball, video games, and entertainment.
On episode three of MLB The Show (The Show), MLB Network’s Robert Flores joins us to break down all the action and best celebrations from week one of the recently formed MLB The Show Players League. From the entertainment world, we have two very special guests: Kevin Heffernan and Steve Lemme, the stars of Super Troopers, BeerFest, and currently Tacoma FD. They proudly show off their softball championship hardware, fill out a Major League BeerFest roster, and figure out if their Tacoma FD squad could beat the Super Troopers in a pickup game.
Watch episode three below and please show us some love by liking, subscribing, and commenting on our YouTube channel!
Relive The Glory of MLB The Show (The Show) Episode 2
In last week’s episode, guest Dennis Quaid takes a trip down memory lane about his hit 2002 baseball film The Rookie. We also slide headfirst into the History of Baseball Video Games. Watch the episode below!
MLB The Show (The Show) Extra Innings
Special thanks to Tacoma FD creators and stars Kevin Heffernan and Steve Lemme for showing off their hardware and MLB Network’s Robert Flores for joining us on this week’s episode. You can follow them on Twitter: Heffernan (@HeffernanRules ); Lemme (@SteveLemme); Flores (@RoFlow).
MLB Network will be streaming the Players League on its new Twitch channel, so be sure to check that out each night through May 2, starting at 9 p.m.
We’d also like to thank to our partners at Soundstripe for helping make this series possible! All music in MLB The Show (The Show) is licensed from Soundstripe.com, which provides stock music for creators, with plans starting at $11.25 / month. For 10% off, use coupon code “DENOFGEEK10” at checkout.
MLB Players League Streams and Social Links
Want to follow along with the MLB The Show Players League? You can check out the following channels for more info and streaming links: MLB social media accounts (Twitter, Facebook, YouTube, Twitch), MLB Network’s Twitch site, “MLB The Show” social media (Twitter, Facebook, YouTube, Twitch), the clubs’ social media accounts and MLB.com.