The Blue Jays 2020 schedule has been pushed back to mid-May at the earliest. There’s a remote possibility there might not be Major League Baseball at all this season. But at least we have video games to keep us occupied in the meantime.
Chances are, most people have a lot of free time over the next little while, and one way to fill that void is by playing video games. While I’ll eventually get around to finishing Spider-Man and Red Dead Redemption 2, I set my sights on MLB The Show 20.
There are many modes you can pour hours into inside the game, but I was curious to play out a 2020 regular season simulation to see how the Blue Jays might improve upon their 67-95 season in 2019. The results weren’t all that surprising, but it was interesting to see where the Blue Jays ended up at the end of 2020 in this simulation.
At the All-Star break
Comparing year-over-year, the Blue Jays fared a little better in this 2020 first half simulation than they did in reality in 2019. The Jays were 23 games under .500 at the All-Star break last year, while they were only seven games under .500 with a 44 …
Author: Ian Hunter / Blue Jays Nation