The Most Iconic Diamond Dynasty Cards in MLB The Show History

MLB The Show has its share of memorable Diamond Dynasty cards, but let's take a look at the most iconic ones in the franchise's history.

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Future Stars Edward Cabrera (MLB 21)

Edward Cabrera
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If you played MLB The Show 21, you knew the insanity that was Future Stars Edward Cabrera. Another NL East Team Affinity award, the Miami Marlins’ right-hander is up there with ‘21 Jacob deGrom, ‘20 Corey Kluber, or ‘19 Clayton Kershaw. The card was released with Team Affinity Season 2, and for an early/mid-season card, it was good attribute-wise, but it played like a 99 for many players.

Cabrera’s Future Stars card had just one attribute above 100: his hits/9 at 101. His control was not great, with just 74 BB/9 and 86 control. But his sinker was next to unhittable. Cabrera’s sinker sat 95, but with the outlier quirk, it regularly hit 98-101 MPH. On top of that, it had immense break. Not to mention, he had a four-seam fastball that also hit 100 MPH, a slider, a curveball, and a change-up. This card gave players nightmares and definitely won’t be forgotten anytime soon.