Monday Night: “Rivalry” Night

League Office Announcement Commissioners office has released a schedule of 15 exhibition games for February 6, 2017. The MLB Pro league office announces that on Monday, February 6th, each member organization of MLB Pro will compete in an exhibition game on that day.  While some speculation has been made that this is a PR move and an attempt to bring […]

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2017 MLB Pro Auction Player List

League Office Releases List MLB Pro Auction Players The league office received auction lists from 13 teams totaling 41 players. The order in which players will be auctioned off is based upon the order in which lists were received and the order in which teams listed their own players.  The auctioneer will determine how many players are auctioned in a night and […]

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MLB Pro Winter Meetings

MLB Pro Winter Meetings 2017 Winter Meetings To Be Held January 10-12 With the holidays now behind us and 2017 about to be underway, the league office is unveiling the upcoming schedule for its annual MLB Pro Winter Meetings — which will once again include player auctions. The 2017 MLB Pro Winter Meetings will be hosted by the Houston Astros […]

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LEAGUE ADOPTS RULE FOR NEW GM’S

New Trade Rule Announced For GM’S New To League   EFFECTIVE IMMEDIATELY – the league office has introduced a new rule that places a two-week introductory period for new GM’s.  During this period, new GM’s are not allowed to make trades.  In addition, we ask new GM’s to at some point prior to making any trades, that they make a trade […]

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Changes To League Constitution – Effective Immediately

SEVERAL MLB CBA CHANGES REPLICATED IN MLB PRO With a new CBA agreed upon, details of the new deal are now being made available to the public.  As MLB Pro tries to best replicate realism with what OOTP allows, several real-life changes are being adopted for immediate change within MLB Pro. MLB Pro will be instituting the following changes: The […]

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White Sox Fire Manager Jim Tracy

When the White Sox traded for Clayton Kershaw midway through the 2015 season, many thought the lever had been turned from a rebuilding organization to a team expecting to win.  The team played poorly for the first few weeks after Kershaw’s acquisition, falling further out of the race, then surged late to finish the season at 83-79, their first over […]

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’16 All-Star Game Rosters Announced

2016 MLB Pro All-Star Game Rosters By: Joe Simpson The 2016 MLB Pro All-Star game rosters have been announced.  The American League team is led by six Toronto Blue Jays and five Los Angeles Angels.  The American League leading vote getter was Texas Ranger 1B Arialdi Peguero. The National League will be led by overall vote leaders Joey Votto and Evan […]

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The End Of An Era: Saying Goodbye To An MLB Pro OG

MLB Pro founder and original commissioner Andrew Sowders has given his notice with MLB Pro.  2016 was Andrew’s fifth season in charge of the Marlins.  During his tenure, the Marlins won the National League East twice and compiled a record of 369-317 (53.7%).  Andrew will be remembered for bringing in eventual NL MVP Joey Votto and a pair of eventual Cy […]

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2015 Trade Deadline

What Might Be: The 2015 Trade Deadline  With the season now four months old, teams have an idea of what is on the horizon for the remainder of the season.  Management must decide if acquiring additional pieces of talent can push their team over the edge, or if it is time to begin looking to next season.  The trade deadline […]

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Sowders’s Back, Tell a Friend

Guess who’s back, Guess who’s back, Guess who’s back, Guess who’s back, Guess who’s back, Guess who’s back… Well that was fun. So here’s the deal. Kaiser and Matt have asked me to return as Commissioner of MLB Pro and I have agreed. This change in management is effective immediately. I love this league. Building and running it is one […]

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