MLB The Show 23 Benefits The Negro Leagues Baseball Museum With A New Charity Pack

Through June 30, you can purchase a special charity pack in MLB The Show 23 to support the Negro Leagues Baseball Museum (NLBM) and the construction of its new campus.

MLB The Show 23 introduced a new game mode, Storylines, in which you choose a single player from the Negro Leagues and follow them through key moments in their careers.. To create this mode, Sony San Diego partnered with the NLBM and its president Bob Kendrick, who provided narration. The NLBM is currently raising money to build a brand-new museum, a 30,000 square-foot facility next to the building where Andrew “Rube” Foster founded the leagues in 1920.

If you purchase a Negro Leagues Baseball Museum Charity Park for $5, 100% of the funds, after platform fees, will go to the NLBM. The purchase of the charity pack grants 6,500 stubs, eight Sanford Greene Storylines NLB bat skins, and a banner. Additionally, PlayStation and San Diego Studio are making a dollar donation for every MLB The Show Captain and Deluxe digital edition sold in the US until December 31.

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