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How to watch Jeff McNeil in MLB: The Show 20 players’ league

You can follow along with Mets outfielder Jeff McNeil as he tries to win the title in MLB’s video game tournament for active players. He will stream his matchups via his Twitch page.

Jeff McNeil of the New York Mets in action against the St. Louis Cardinals during a spring training baseball game at Clover Park at on March 11, 2020 in Port St. Lucie, Florida. Photo by Rich Schultz/Getty Images

Jeff McNeil is the All-Star outfielder for the New York Mets, and he’s one of 30 participants in MLB’s The Show 20 Players League for currently quarantined Major League Baseball players. McNeil finished last season .318/.334/.581 slash line in only his second year in the big leagues, and made it to the All-Star Game.

The tournament consists of a player from each of MLB’s teams playing three-inning games against each other in a 29-game regular season, with somewhere between three and five games being played a day by each of the participants.

The contest postseason is scheduled to begin April 30 with eight players qualifying for the best-of-three rounds that will be a Division Series and Championship Series, and a five-game World Series played on May 2.

Each player is using Twitch to stream their daily contests. Below you can watch all of Gallo’s matchups on his Twitch stream. You can also follow along with his results, as well as the results of all players, right here.

The MLB The Show 20 Players League is a fun way for fans to see their favorite players competing away from the field. With each player being streamed as he’s in action, you can get to know the guys away from the game as well, with players freely showing their competitive nature and personalities so far during this digital season.

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