RBI Baseball 19 Update: Roster Moves Include Jorge Polanco, Luis Castillo

The latest RBI Baseball 19 roster update has been released. It includes two youngsters who are starting to make a name for themselves in the big leagues very quickly – and fans in Minnesota and Cincinnati are hoping they continue to surge forward.

RBI Baseball 19 Update Polanco

First up is Minnesota’s Jorge Polanco. Polanco hit the cycle last week and is currently hitting a solid .372 on the season. While many believe this season that the AL Central once again belongs to the Cleveland Indians, the Twins have shown early season success. Polanco is one of the reasons why.

Along with the Twins, the Detroit Tigers have started off strong also. Especially for a team that many experts predicted would be lucky to win 60-65 games in 2019. Detroit’s Matthew Boyd continues to mow down his opponents and the Tigers bullpen has been lights out through the first two weeks of action.

The RBI Baseball 19 update has once again given significant boosts to this past week’s top performers and changed the lineups to best reflect the players being put on the field each day by MLB clubs.

RBI Update acknowledges Castillo

The Reds need Luis Castillo to dominate if they want to contend in 2019. So far he has. RBI 19 indicated that Castillo’s change-up currently has an elite 32% swinging strike rate, with a whopping 60% K rate. That’s why they boosted Castillo’s Curve (+3) and Drop (+8) ratings.

Castillo’s numbers are very video game like so far in 2019. With a WHIP of 0.66 and an ERA of 0.92, he is getting noticed by fans and gamers everywhere.

Other players that have jumped in the ratings include Yasmani Grandal, Cody Bellinger, Daniel Vogelbach and Paul DeJong.

Below is a complete list of the latest movers and shakers in the RBI Baseball 19  roster update, including the latest list of new additions as well.

Roster Boosts

  • Jorge Polanco: Boosted Contact, Power, Speed and Fielding
  • Yasmani Grandal: Boosted Contact and Power
  • Cody Bellinger: Boosted Contact and Power
  • Daniel Vogelbach: Boosted Power and Contact
  • Paul DeJong: Boosted Contact and Fielding
  • Tim Anderson: Boosted Contact, Power, Speed and Stealing
  • Jose Altuve: Boosted Power and Fielding
  • Jason Heyward: Boosted Contact, Power, Speed and Stealing
  • Austin Meadows: Boosted Contact, Power, Speed and Stealing
  • Dee Gordon: Boosted Contact, power, Speed and Stealing
  • Edwin Encarnacion: Boosted Contact and Power
  • Mallex Smith: Boosted Speed
  • Tommy Pham: Boosted Power and Speed
  • Harrison Bader: Boosted Fielding
  • Ramon Laureano: Boosted Arm and Fielding
  • Lorenzo Cain: Boosted Speed, Arm, Fielding and Stealing
  • Marcus Semien: Boosted Contact, Power and Fielding
  • Freddy Galvis: Boosted Contact, Power and Speed
  • Orlando Arcia: Boosted Contact and Power
  • Mitch Moreland: Boosted Power


  • Luis Castillo: Boosted Curve and Drop
  • Cody Allen: Boosted Curve
  • Joe Musgrove: Boosted Drop and Curve
  • Tyler Glasnow: Boosted Curve
  • Jack Flaherty: Boosted Fast and Curve
  • Zack Greinke: Boosted Drop
  • Lance Lynn: Boosted Drop and Stamina
  • Sonny Gray: Boosted Drop and Stamina
  • Tyson Ross: Boosted Drop
  • Collin McHugh: Boosted Drop and Stamina
  • Merrill Kelly: Boosted Curve, Drop, Stamina and Speed Diff
  • Marcus Stroman: Boosted Drop
  • Max Fried: Boosted Fast
  • Jordan Lyles: Boosted Curve and Speed Diff
  • Domingo German: Boosted Curve and Drop
  • Felipe Vazquez: Boosted Drop and Stamina
  • Craig Stammen: Boosted Stamina
  • Diego Castillo: Boosted Drop
  • Adam Ottavino: Boosted Curve
  • John Brebbia: Boosted Curve

New additions

  • ATL — Alex Jackson
  • BAL — Dan Straily
  • CHC — Allen Webster
  • KC — Homer Bailey, Scott Barlow, Richard Lovelady
  • MIN — Chase De Jong
  • NYY — Jake Barrett, Gio Urshela
  • PIT — Jason Martin
  • SD — Chris Rowley
  • SEA — Brandon Brennan, Matt Festa
  • TEX — Kyle Bird